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Artists Formerly Known as Cat Stevens on U.S. No-Fly List

One of his most popular songs may be "Peace Train," but apparently the U.S. government isn't so sure that Yusuf Islam's intensions on airplanes may be so peaceful. Better known as Cat Stevens, the former pop star who changed his name when he converted to the Islamic religion more than 25 years ago, Islam was denied entry to the U.S. and his flight recently diverted after his name was added to a no-fly list of those suspected of terrorist ties. Details via Associated Press. We can only wonder what Bea Arthur would think.

Rick Bruner | September 23, 2004 | News | Permanent link
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Here's my second and third!
A) In the title, you have ARTISTS. If it is just about Cat Stevens, it should be artist.
B) He may have intentions, but you put intensions, which is the quality of being intense. I don't know if that's used in other areas, but I myself have never heard that word used.

Posted by: Jen at Sep 23, 2004 5:58:26 PM

Looks good. Let us know what book you want.

Email me at rickbruner at gmail dot com.

Posted by: Rick Bruner at Sep 30, 2004 7:46:33 AM


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