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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Dhimmi Carter to meet with Hezbullah

Just when you thought he couldn't get any lower....

The worst President in American history - Jimmy the Dhimmi Carter - is going to Lebanon to meet with the terrorists of Hezbullah this summer.
Lebanese press reports over the weekend indicate that former US President Jimmy Carter is expected to meet with leading officials from Hizballah over the course of the summer. This visit would come on the heels of Carter’s visit to Damascus two months ago, in which he met with the head of the Hamas terrorist organization’s political wing, Khaled Mashaal.
Please - take away his passport!

And this guy is Barack Hussein Obama's idol....


Ironically this is happening as the Europeans may finally be getting ready to declare Hezbullah a terrorist group.
European MPs representing several blocs of the continent's nations have prepared a memorandum urging the European Union to declare Hizbullah a "terrorist organization."

The memo states that Hizbullah "poses a direct threat to the EU security."

It accuses Hizbullah of backing groups like Hamas, classified by the EU as a terrorist faction, broadcasting through its al-Manar television mouthpiece messages of "hatred and violence" and glorifying suicide attackers.

Elmar Brok, a German member of the European Parliament and chairman of the committee on foreign affairs, declared support for the memo and said he expects at least half of the European Parliament's legislators to sign it.

However, Brok emphasized that the last say in this regard lies in the hands of the European Council that tackles such issues behind closed doors.
But don't expect this to happen anytime soon. The Europeans regard the Doha surrender to Hezbullah as 'progress' and even the Germans themselves may not support declaring Hezbullah a terrorist organization.
A German foreign ministry spokesman told the pan-Arab daily al-Hayat Berlin has reservations over efforts by European Parliament members to list Hizbullah as a terrorist organization.

Such decisions are usually tackled by the European Council and not by the European Parliament, the spokesman noted.

Such an issue should be evaluated in light of the "positive development in Lebanon," the spokesman stressed.

Berlin's stand reflects the German government's interest in maintaining its rather unique relations with Hizbullah as a successful mediator for more than a decade in prisoner swaps between the Iranian-backed party and Israel.


At 9:04 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Jimmy Carter is at least principled when it comes to the terrorists. He draws none of the silly distinctions Israeli governments have between certain terrorists and others. There's no difference between the "good" terrorists of Fatah and the rest. Israeli governments argue with a straight face you can talk to some and reject others. Carter doesn't buy the farce. I liked the old days better when Israel said "no" to talks with any stripes of terrorists. Its not like Israel can say to Carter he shouldn't do what they themselves are doing with Hamas - and yes, with the Hezbollah.

At 9:06 AM, Blogger Gary Rosen said...

So Hezbullah is actually going to lower itself to meet with Carter? I would have thought he was too antisemitic for them.


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