Kendall Clark, WEEKLY REVIEW: Military police, Afghan civillian casualties, Milosevic denials, UN torture treaty, Cheney corporate scandal, deporting relatives of suicide bombers, invading Iraq, suspended secret service agent, E.-coli tainted meat, nightclub fire, pilots with guns, firing rifles at helicopters, African famine caused by pollution, peace in Sudan, Bush halts payment to UN population fund, Arab internment camps, Iran reform, new bodyguards in Afghanistan, bombing Hamas, Israeli withdrawal, Ohio representative expelled, Princeton hacks Yale, Sharpton claims sabotage. What a week.

Peter Kirsanow, a Bush appointee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission said he could imagine circumstances might require that Arab Americans be placed in internment camps. He added that Arab and Muslim Americans should “accept the country’s new antiterrorism laws and complain less about infringements to their civil rights”.

posted August 04, 2002 09:40 PM (Politics) #


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