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Blog Report: DOES US OWE APOLOGY TO MUSLIMS? By Ambassador Mo
At least not over a cheap, base film produced by a hateful Christian pastor based in Florida. As a film critic, one might ban the film, but US tradition is to maximize free speech. I would as a Muslim find it troubling if US Government encroached any further into limiting free speech after recent efforts to silence WikiLeaks or prosecute persons under theory of material support for terrorism.
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DIPLOMAT ARTIST Blog Report: ELIE NAAMAN – JUNE’S DIPLOMAT ARTIST, By Susan Sacirbey
On 1 April, 2012, Diplomatically Incorrect instituted  “Diplomat Artist of the Month.” Elie Naaman is our first June Diplomat Artist from the world of sports & popular culture. His is a unique distinction as this honor is being bestowed posthumously as a tribute & celebration of his life, cut short at age 22, on 23 May 2012, in Beirut, Lebanon outside of his motorcycle repair shop. –More–
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ImageSYRIA: THE MAN OF TOMORROW, From Susan Sacirbey at Diplomatically Incorrect

Close to 2,500 Syrian children have been killed or injured. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights accused the Syrian regime of crimes against humanity. At Diplomatically Incorrect many causes come across our desk, but this project  struck us with its sense of urgency. Photo-journalist, Carlos Palma, will travel to Syria to document facts on the ground of Syria’s chilld reality. He needs you to take action. -More-
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/films/blog_post/syria-the-man-of-tomorrow/49315