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Letters: Free to insult?

September 28, 2012

Re "Egypt's Morsi urges free-speech curbs," Sept. 27

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said: "Egypt respects freedom of expression, one that is not used to incite hatred against anyone. One that is not directed toward one specific religion or cult." I can't wait to see how he enforces that credo the next time Egyptian members of the Muslim Brotherhood slam, insult, condemn and lie about Judaism.

Steve Feld

Santa Barbara


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