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Submitted by Judith Thayer (United States), Jun 26, 2002 at 00:53

I have watched this gentleman more times than I wish to admit. Each time I come away with a feeling that I have met evil. I often wonder why he is here, in the USA. Why isn't he home, where he belongs. Certainly, there must be someone that can represent the Arab cause, better than he. He is pontificating, as well as specious. His arguments are never verifiable. He is rude and condescending to anyone who disagrees with him. There is never a debate, never an answer to a question asked. I hope Mr. Pipes continues to debunk this man.
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