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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Carter lets it all hang out

If any of you thought that because Dhimmi Carter said yesterday that Hamas rocket fire on Sderot was a 'crime,' he suddenly became 'neutral,' please allow me to disabuse you of that notion.
Yasser Arafat fought for the advancement of the Palestinians and other just causes in the world, former US president Jimmy Carter said after laying a wreath Tuesday on the grave of the deceased Palestinian Authority chairman in Ramallah.


The former American president, who is on a week-long tour of the region, also met with Nasr a-Din Shaar, Hamas' deputy prime minister and education minister in Ismail Haniyeh's government. The two embraced and kissed each other warmly.

During a visit to the Muqata'a compound in the West Bank city, Carter said Israel was dodging the implementation of the agreements reached during last year's Annapolis peace conference and criticized the Jewish state for not taking the negotiations seriously enough.

Prior to his meeting with Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, Carter told reporters Israel refused to grant him permission to travel to the "besieged" Gaza Strip, adding that he was determined to meet with exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal in Damascus despite Israeli and American objections. [So much for 'I never heard from the State Department not to go'. CiJ]
The hyena is probably screaming hysterically in his grave.


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