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Friday, September 24, 2004

Anne Bayefsky on the U.N. and Terrorism on National Review Online: "Three years after resolution 1373 was passed, the U.N. still can't even define terrorism. Member states are essentially divided into two camps. In one corner is the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) composed of 56 states insisting that terrorism excludes the 'armed struggle for liberation and self-determination.' More precisely, blowing up Israelis of all ages in cafes, synagogues, buses, and discotheques is considered legitimate. In the other corner is the rest of the world."
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