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January 26, 2006

The ACLU Supports Their Palestinian Terrorist Friends

Topics: War on Terror
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The American Civil Liberties Union has sent a letter to Department of Justice calling for the dismissal of the remaining charges against former University of South Florida professor Sami al-Arian. Citing Al-Arian's acquittal on 8 of the 17 charges against him, the ACLU claims that since "the two most serious charges" were thrown out, that al-Arian should be set free, and that such a move would demonstrate that the United States "welcomes religious and ethnic diversity." Readers will find more on this at The CounterTerrorism Blog, whose Steve Emerson writes that "The ACLU's outrageous positions on terrorism and militant Islam threaten the security of the United States, and undermine the ability of the government to perform its most important duty, the protection of its citizens."

When it comes to the ACLU and terrorists, I think O'Reilly has called it right.

Posted by Richard at January 26, 2006 10:53 PM

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