Imagine That: Supposedly Mythical ‘No

Despite reports and statements containing the term coming out of Germany during the past week, searches at the Associated Press on “no-go zones,” and even on “no-go,” return nothing. The New York Times has no recent report identifying European no-go zones, but has at least demonstrated that it might be getting over its nearly allergic reaction to the term by observing that parts of Ramadi, Iraq recently liberated from Islamic State control are “no-go zones because they have yet to be searched for booby traps left by the jihadists.” “No-go zones” again became news because, despite U.S. media outlets continued denial of their existence, several officials in Germany once again used the term.

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