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Jeff Jacoby

Muslim violence

By Jeff Jacoby
September 20, 2006

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AS SHE LAY dying in a Mogadishu hospital, Sister Leonella forgave her killers. She had lived in Africa for almost four decades and could speak fluent Somali, but her last words were murmured in Italian, her mother tongue. ``Perdono, perdono," she whispered. I forgive, I forgive. (Full article: 761 words)

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