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Comment by TL Winslow
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"The basic premise of Arab nationalism in the broad sense is that, with all their diversity and pluralism of substance and style, the people whose language and culture are Arab and Muslim (the Arabic-speaking peoples) constitute a nation and not just a collection of states scattered between North Africa and the western boundaries of Iran." 

Right, Arab AND Muslim. No wonder the West has been not only suspicious but fearful of the Arab world's intentions to this day. If they'd drop the Muslim part, they'd be accepted with open arms into the human race. Unless and until that happens, they deserve to be world pariahs subject to a quarantine, and isolated from the civilized non-Muslim world. Sorry, Lendman, you're on the wrong side of history.

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