Buchanan quotes the editor of UPI about the Iranians' offer: The bargain, as spelled out by the Iranians, offered to accept a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine, to rein in Iranian support for what the United States considered terrorist groups, cooperation with the United States in Iraq and Afghanistan and against alQuida, and to join a comprehensive security agreement with the countries of the Persian Gulf. Do we not ourselves disagree, vehemently, on the morality of capital punishment, assisted suicide, premarital sex, pornography, abortion, homosexuality, war, drug use, gambling?" Bush told the cadets "the requirements of freedom apply fully... to the entire Islamic world," but Buchanan points out that "Muslims see Western tolerance of all faiths as indifference to all.
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