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Thrusts and parries

Thrusts and parries

The Editor,

Having read Jason Roberts' reply to my letter about his criticism of Khmer politicians,

I can only apologize for having touched a raw nerve.

However, I need to comment about his approach to my commentary... "I thrust,

I parry, He attacks as the Barbarian who swings His blade wildly out of control.

He shall cut Himself down in time, because He is not careful." - Faisal Saud,

Commentary on the Ottoman Turk

- Name and address withheld

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