View From a Height
Commentary from the Mile High City
Thursday, June 26, 2003

Good new from the terror front. National Review's Kathryn Jean Lopez has an interview with Rita Katz, the Washington, DC housewife-turned-sleuth who did a lot of undercover legwork exposing Muslim terror's ideological tendrils here in the States. Remembering Salman Rushdie, and the enthusiastic response he received from Teheran, he decided to publish as "Anonymous." When the Holy Land Foundation, and other Hamas fund-raising arms filed suit for libel, Mrs. Katz was outed.

This ruling, establishing that not only will the HLF's money not be freed up for bombs, but that there's considerable factual evidence in favor of the Government's position, is especially heartening. Since it concurs with a previous decision in another circuit, it's unlikely to be reviewed by the Supreme Court. And it strongly suggests that Mrs. Katz will win her case.

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