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PEACE: Foreign Policy & Terrorism | December 25, 2002



An Essay in My Christmas Newsletter 

I have no doubt that Saddam and Osama will sooner or later end up burning for an eternity in Jahannam (that's the Muslim name for Hell). But I hope a crusade against Iraq will not let the Al Qaeda run free.

And wherever, whenever our brave men and women in uniform work and fight for our freedom, they must receive not only our support but also our best judgment: In a democracy, we citizens command them.

As war looms, I am deeply concerned for the well-being of our military personnel and of innocent civilians to be caught in the crossfire over there or terrorist attacks anywhere; and I am also deeply concerned about war spreading throughout much of Asia and Africa -- millions have had their minds poisoned against Jews, America, and "The West".

It's best we work through the U.N. Rogue nations should be isolated; and decent nations, united. Discretion is indeed the better part of valor.

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