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I Was Politically Correct for 15 Minutes

I Was Politically Correct for 15 Minutes It happened like this.  I was remembering a case I know of, where a young woman, who had her whole life before her, was being forced into the sealed back of a truck.  … Continue reading

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The Ex-Terrorist Comes to Town

The Ex-Terrorist Comes to Town Yesterday our temple sponsored a lecture by Kasim Hafeez, a Brit of Pakistani origin who had seriously resolved to give his life for jihad and then changed his mind. Everybody on the planet has an … Continue reading

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