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Liberal Columnist in Al-Hayat:
Do Arabs have the Courage to Reconsider Their Positions Following the 9/11 Commission Report?
Sheikh Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari, the former Dean of the Faculty of Sharia at the University of Qatar, wrote an article in the London-based Arabic-language daily Al-Hayat titled "Following the 9/11 Commission, do the Arabs have the Courage to Reconsider their Position?" In his article he called upon Arabs to recant their conspiracy theories regarding the perpetrators of the attacks, and apologize for spreading these theories. The following are excerpts from the column:
The 9/11 Report Details the Terrorists' Plans
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