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    What I WOULD or WOULDN'T give..

    December 2001

    Posted: December 16, 2001
    HOW ABOUT RELIGIOUS FREEDOM and INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY? ..."Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft praised Germany's new law that allows authorities to ban religious organizations used as fronts for extremists, saying Friday it was a necessary measure in the war on terrorism... Interior Minister Otto Schily made quick use of the new law, on Wednesday banning an Islamic organization he accused of being a "breeding ground for terrorists," and saying the legislation could lead to the expulsion of many extremists who have been granted asylum in Germany.
    Source: Lawrence Journal-World, Kansas, USA [read full]

    So can I define the Jehovah's Witnesses and telemarketers who invade my home uninvited disturbing my world as terrorists? How about other people I don't like or agree with. If I was powerful enough to do it I guess that is allowed now. What do you think?

    Posted: December 2, 2001
    WOULDN'T ..."plan a giveaway of "billions of dollars to multinational corporations--almost $2.5 billion to IBM, General Electric and Enron alone..." and say it is because we, "Now we need to act boldly to protect America's economic security," as President Bush has said. Looks like it will be a Merry Christmas for his friends in the boardrooms of America.
    Source: Los Angeles Times [read full]

    Posted: December 2, 2001
    WOULDN'T ...give my support to, the United States improving relations with the Islamic world, by "...becoming more committed to rebuilding countries and less committed to Israel..." but I WOULD give my support, "...to provide some sort of neo-Marshall Plan," (as) Ki-June Park, a Lawrence-based international business consultant, said, referring to the post-World War II plan to rebuild European countries. "I think we have to go beyond dropping food. We have to rebuild their mosques, we have to do the things to win their hearts. "It would be a great investment. Look at what the Marshall Plan did. Japan and Germany were our archenemies and now they are our closest friends. We never expect a war with them again."
    Source: Lawrence Journal-World, Kansas [read full]

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    Emporia student tests tolerance by donning veil...
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    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2001
    Emporia, Kansas, USA Kaila Williams wanted to see what it was like to be an Arab in Emporia. So she bought some cloth, which she fashioned into a robe and veil. Then she darkened her face with makeup and headed to Wal-Mart. Kaila, 17, strolled through the store for about an hour. Her father stayed nearby, just in case. At first, things looked promising. The Wal-Mart greeter smiled at her as she walked in. In fact, she said, the staff generally treated her well, if they noticed her at all.
    The customers were something else. [full text]


    
    
    
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