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Why are we letting Islamists drop the lawsuit?

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Jun 5, 2007 at 14:29

I am not a lawyer. It is the Islamists who filed the law suit. Now they don't like the discovery process and hence have withdrawn the lawsuit. Should the defendants accept this situation?. Don't they have some say in this matter?. The defendants should force the continuation of the lawsuit no matter the cost and headaches.

You don't quit when you are winning. You don't find an Islamist quitting when he is winning. Why are we?

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