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1. Rashid Khalidi, the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, says the study succeeded as a "wake-up call" in the discourse on America's role in the Middle East. (Aljazeera, 14-04-2006)

2. Abdullah initiated the National Dialogue forums two years ago to fight extremism and intolerance and set up the King Abdul Aziz National Dialogue Center. “The forums organized by the center must deal with issues and thoughts, which citizens want experts to discuss,” the king said in a recent statement. “These forums bring together Saudi people and build bridges of contact and discourse between them,” he said. (Arab News, 23-09-2006)

3. "But I think you have to be able to manage and run the bureaucracy." After a week of rancor, the civil discourse of the night was notable. (Washington Post, 16-01-2008)

4. "The public discourse in Germany is much more critical of Israel than she is. (Arab News, 19-03-2008)

5. "Despicable" and "appalling" evidence of a "gutter campaign" -- that is how the Eagle-Tribune of Lawrence, Mass., characterized this from Sunday's New York Times Magazine profile of Huckabee: " 'Don't Mormons,' he asked in an innocent voice, 'believe that Jesus and the devil are brothers?' " Imagine someone asking "in an innocent voice" this: "Don't Jews use the blood of gentile children to make matzoh for Passover?" Such a smarmy injection of the "blood libel," an ancient canard of anti-Semitism, into civic discourse would indelibly brand the injector as a bigot with contempt for the public's ability to decode bigotry. (Washington Post, 20-12-2007)

6. Giuliani. At a May debate, the former New York mayor interrupted a discourse by Paul on how the Republican Party had been led astray by an interventionist foreign policy that had, among other things, helped set the stage for the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Washington Post, 16-12-2007)

7. While Johnson did use chicanery, Reid resorts to brute force that shatters the Senate's facade of civilized discourse. (Washington Post, 23-07-2007)

8. It is therefore not Christianity, but western cultural arrogance, that stands behind this growing anti-Islamic discourse in certain western circles," says Nammoura, a resident of the West Bank town of Hebron. (Aljazeera, 06-03-2006)

9. However, the main contribution this page has given is its “Discourse” which answers readers’ letters. (Arab News, 25-05-2006)

10. We then see him inspecting a procession that included humans, jinn and birds, before we note a warning given by one ant to its community lest they be stamped over. Solomon understands the ant’s discourse and again he expresses his gratitude to God. (Arab News, 24-06-2005)

11. Pipes is wedded to his personal political agenda to such a point that it dominates his worldview invalidating his ability to act as a neutral scholar on Muslim-related topics.” In his article, entitled: “The Islamophobe Who Cried Islamist,” Rehab writes: “For Pipes, a ‘bad’ Muslim is a Muslim who challenges his views on Israel and a ‘good’ Muslim is one who agrees with them; in his ‘scholarly’ lingo, the code terms are ‘Islamist’ and ‘moderate’ respectively. “The fact that Pipes is taken seriously by anyone is an indication of how low the bar of discourse on Islam is today (see M.T. (Arab News, 14-09-2007)

12. He said on the Brothers website that Aryans arrest "is a clear attempt by the regime to crack down on the moderate leaders of the Brotherhood who could push the group toward more moderate stances." "Some observers make distinctions between his discourse and that of other Brotherhood leaders ... and claim that Aryan presents a moderate facade for a group which is not that moderate," Houdaiby said. (Arab News, 19-08-2007)

13. "The echoes repeated here and there about the effect of petroleum on the environment is a discourse laced with . . . fallacies," he said. (Washington Post, 18-11-2007)

14. Yet long before "waterboarding" entered the public discourse, the CIA gave key legislative overseers about 30 private briefings, some of which included descriptions of that technique and other harsh interrogation methods, according to interviews with multiple U.S. officials with firsthand knowledge. (Washington Post, 09-12-2007)

15. "We appreciate Haksar's efforts and condemn Coca-Cola's attempts to silence a public discourse on the issues" India Resource Centre"They are my client, why would I do anything to hurt them?" he said. (Aljazeera, 19-07-2005)

16. Noting that Clinton once said that lobbyists simply represent people with interests before the government, Obama declared, to laughter, "I don't know how many of you have a lobbyist in Washington." Seen by Obama's critics, this is a discourse about process rather than problems. (Washington Post, 22-04-2008)

17. There are people in the Democratic party who are beginning to create a religious discourse on the left. (Aljazeera, 20-12-2005)

18. A candidate whose entire rationale for running was to elevate the discourse, unite our country, and end the politics of division has just been exposed as cynical and clueless, embracing some of the worst hatred and divisiveness in our society today. "And at a time when he's trying to make an issue of Hillary's 'judgment' on Iraq and now Iran, he's shown little judgment in pretending that a rabidly anti-gay gospel singer wouldn't use his microphone on the big stage (with the national media paying attention) to, well, spread his rabidly anti-gay gospel." The backdrop for all these Obama pieces, of course, is the CW that the Hillary bandwagon can't be stopped. (Washington Post, 31-10-2007)

19. However, they tend to colour their discourse on EU matters with a few choice down-home intensifiers. (Helsingin Sanomat, 09-08-2005)

20. After a long discourse on God, justice and morality, Ahmadinejad said a small number of "deceitful" Zionists were manipulating Americans and Europeans. (Washington Post, 24-09-2008)

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