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Is this a case of "Dual Loyalty?"

Reader comment on item: The FBI Fumbles [on Gamal Abdel-Hafiz]

Submitted by Barry Rabinowitz (Israel), Mar 15, 2003 at 09:11

Something that I have noticed is that Jews in America are always open to the charge of dual loyalties.
But this has never been used against Muslims, even those caught in a very "unloyal" act against the Oath they took on obtaining their citizenship.
Can it be that an American Citizen working for such a sensitive organ of the Ferderal Gov't., can decide his own loyalties? Is it possible that in the application of the law it does not pertain to everybody?
As a foreigner reading the article I get the impression that America is losing its credibility as to the implementation of law and order and will bend to the whims of political correctness no matter how insecure the country becomes.
The FBI bends to the desires of a senator and does not do its work, and now plays the role of Mother of a spoilt child!
No wonder the "other" world feels at liberty to do as it does.


Barry Rabinowitz
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