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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ammar Abdul-Hamid
"But you're talking about a regime that is very successful — maybe the most successful in the Middle East — at suppressing dissent."
"Most of the highest-profile dissidents are in jail, under house arrest, or in exile," said Mr. Abdul-Hamid, who himself was forced to leave Syria in 2005. "But the danger to the regime is not from the dissident leaders — it's the young people who are frustrated with the lack of freedom, with the lack of jobs, who have created their own underground networks to communicate with each other. And these leaderless networks can be easily politicized if the time is right."