In an op-ed this week former President Jimmy Carter bashed Israel and urged the Obama administration to recognize Hamas. This is the same idiot who said, “Hamas leaders want peace.” …As they were digging terror tunnels to Israel. FOX News … Continue reading ?
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By BOB NEY Talk Radio News Service Former President Jimmy Carter once again is getting way out in front of the U.S. government on the Middle East, co-authoring an op-ed in which he calls for Washington to recognize designated terror group Hamas as a legitimate “political actor” – while blasting Israel for its military campaign […]
Hamas was duly elected, and now those who say they love democracy, don’t love it so much. Jimmy Carter will be much criticized for stating this truth: Hamas must be dealt with as a political force. “Hamas cannot be wished away, nor will it cooperate in its own demise,” Carter writes, along with Mary Robinson, [...]
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