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Wednesday, June 23 2010

Jimmy Carter Sweating Over Lawfare

Carter_haniyeh The Supreme Court upheld a ban on providing "peaceful aid" to designated foreign terror organizations.

And Jimmy Carter's worried:

Carter, whose advocacy has entailed contact with groups designated by the U.S. government as “foreign terrorist organizations” (FTOs) – notably Hamas and Hezbollah – said he was disappointed by the court decision . . .

Arguing that there can be no peace in the region without those groups’ participation, Carter has reached out to Hamas and Hezbollah, rejecting criticism that doing so could be viewed as legitimizing their violent activities. Since the 1980s both groups have killed hundreds of people in suicide bombings and other terror attacks, most of them Israelis and Americans.

The very act of formally meeting a former US president confers a degree of legitimacy on terror groups like Hamas.

(Via Gateway Pundit)

 

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Mr. Carter should return to growing peanuts as that must be the size of his deteriorated brain. Does he think he is smarter than the U.S. Government? He was a dismal failure as a President and is a very biased presenter of current events. Who is paying him to spout his lies?

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