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Although Joel Mowbray is rightly pessimistic about the likelihood of changing Palestinian culture, given the hate-filled indoctrination fed to the schoolchildren in the territories, there are even more fundamental reasons to be dispirited about the prospects for peace in the Middle East ("Peace will come when Palestinians want it," Commentary, Dec. 9).
Q: Who is winning the really important war of ideas — the one between the West and itself? A: Not the side that understands jihad as a foundational Islamic institution.
In recent months, the U.S.-backed Arabic television network Al Hurra has come under justifiable fire for a very troubling editorial transformation. No taxpayer-financed broadcaster should give the microphone to terrorists and radical Islamists the way Al Hurra has. Congress is threatening to withhold millions in funding, as it should, unless Al Hurra rights the ship.