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Reader comment on: The Fight Against Radical Islam and the New Anti-Semitism on Campus

Submitted by Lenore Roberts (United States), Oct 9, 2007 13:27

I was in the audience at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El for this program. The attendance was excellent! The speakers were excellent. The low point was in the questions. Can't questions be written out on cards and handed to the speakers? Not only was it awkward but much time was wasted because of personal statements. To rule out this problem is easy enough using written cards. Looking forward to the next meeting.


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