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At a Loss for words Ken?

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Submitted by Adam Greaves (United Arab Emirates), Jan 23, 2007 at 08:38

How delightful to see that Ken Livingstone cowed by applause in support for Daniel and his colleague. No doubt Ken had anticipated turning the event into a Daniel Pipes bashing exercise.

I can't help wonder what is on the uppompeii blog. It is blocked by the UAE internet provider and labelled as being "inconsistent with the religious, cultural, political and moral values of the United Arab Emirates.

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