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Monday, January 30, 2006

Sabiha Khan Responds to Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Bill Handel 

From the Los Angeles Times:

Handel said he would apologize to the group but imposed three conditions: The group must condemn all acts of terror; agree that Israel is a sovereign nation and has a right to defend its borders; and that CAIR has no ties to terror organizations or individuals.

The answer to those demands are "yes, yes and no," said Sabiha Khan, communications director for the CAIR chapter.

"KFI and Hendel continue to fail to take responsibility for Bill Handel's offensive comments that he made, mocking the tragic deaths of innocent pilgrims during religious rituals," she said today in a television interview.

"I'm glad he is starting to acknowledge that an apology needs to be made, but it is unfortunate that he has to put conditions on doing the right thing," said Khan, who added that she had heard Hendel's broadcast.

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