Friday, May 27, 2005

Amnesty International: A demagnetized moral compass

John Podhoretz shreds Amnesty International's claim that the detention of al-Qaeda terrorists at Gitmo Bay is the gulag of our time. Here's his conclusion:

Maybe the people who work at Amnesty International really do think that the imprisonment of 600 certain or suspected terrorists is tantamount to the imprisonment of 25 million slaves.

The case of Amnesty International proves that well-meaning people can make morality their life's work and still be little more than moral idiots.


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