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PJALS’ blind protest

The most recent protests, in Spokane, by the so-called Peace and Justice League (more aptly named The Anti-American Appeasement Association) of Spokane in response to the killing of the leading Iranian terrorist makes me wonder, why is PJALS is so blinded by facts and history, and why does the paper provide publicity to such a misguided, low-member organization?

I’m guessing these blinded people would have protested our WWII involvement in response to the attack on Pearl Harbor and Nazi destruction of Europe! And yet, no one ever reads of their criticisms against war crimes committed by dictators across the Middle East, Russia, China, South America or North Korea.

The Spokesman should place coverage of this group in the back pages, by used car sales, although the latter still has more value for our society.

Joseph Harari



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