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Friday, February 18, 2011

British parliament okay with aid money going to Hamas so long as it can't be proven

Elder posts this exchange from the British parliament, which includes the following:
The Minister of State, Department for International Development (Mr Alan Duncan):... I do not share my hon. Friend’s conclusion. We are very careful how we spend our money in the occupied Palestinian territories and have done our utmost to support the legitimate government of Salam Fayyad with, I think, great success. We would abhor any money falling into the hands of extremists, and we do everything possible to ensure that such an accusation can never be verified or proved valid.
So it's okay for money to go to terror organizations like Hamas so long as it can't be 'verified or proved valid'?

What could go wrong?

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At 2:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think that's what they meant and this is really a non-story, not a Freudian slip.

At 2:19 PM, Blogger Jesterhead45 said...

I am truly starting to despise the British government and political class / elite (all EU sellouts btw), much of the world already sees the UK as the sick and crazy uncle of the West with article upon article showing how bad things have gotten (such as being fined for picking up litter).

Even the coalition government here almost reminds me a little bit of Israel's "Kadima" party, the only surprise is that the former have yet to form a party that doesn't stand for anything though give it time.

Because after all, when madness reigns, the absurd isn't far behind.


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