The Kensington Review

3 March 2003

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A significant but unreported element in the latest French stubbornness about Iraq is the rather sizable number of Arabs resident in France. Just as its substantial Jewish population has effects on American politics, it is not beyond belief that French politics and foreign policy are, in no small part, driven by the presence of so many Muslims and Arabs. Click here to read more.

The highlight of last week was Dan Rather's interview with Saddam Hussein, followed closely by the hysteria of many decrying the interview as Iraqi propaganda and Rather as a tool of a dictator. Americans have lost their understanding of a free press if they don't realize the valuable service Mr. Rather rendered. Click here for more.
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