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October 30, 2004

Canadian Islamic Congress

The Canadian Islamic Congress and its president, Mohamed Elmasry, must both accept that Elmasry can no longer serve as a spokesperson for Canada's Muslim community. For saying that all Israelis older than 18 are legitimate targets for suicide bombers, Elmasry has to go. There is no other way around it. If the Congress does not accept this, it means that it, as an organization, is as unsuited to represent Canadian Muslims as Elmasry is to speak for them.

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October 29, 2004

I made it to the JPost...

JPost accepted comments to its news story about the Egyptian-born terrorist, Mohemed Abdel Rahman al-Husseini. I sent in the following:
Joseph Alexander Norland, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada:

Hot on the heels of the decision by Israel's parliament to cede territory in Gaza to the Arabs, comes the news that Israel is allowing Arafat to leave for Paris, guaranteeing his safe return; this news is followed by inaction about his headquarters, that should have been raided for both the fugitive terrorists and the incriminating documentation within.

I just don't get it: has Israel's government grown feet of clay?

Why wade through six pages of comments on the JPost, when you can read my comment here without distraction?

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