Wednesday, October 02, 2002

WSJ says:
"The Arab-American community has reacted angrily to the news, saying people will be targeted on the basis of their race and religion," the BBC reports. The "news" in question is the Immigration and Naturalization Service's plan to subject visitors from such countries as Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen to special scrutiny, including fingerprinting.
We'll tell the Arab-American community what: When government-appointed imams in these countries stop delivering sermons calling for the deaths of Jews and Christians, we'll start listening to Arab-Americans' complaints about targeting foreign nationals "on the basis of their race and religion."

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