Tuesday, June 16, 2009

American Dimwit (aka Dhimmi [dzhimmi]) Carter Wants Hamas, as Well as Nepalese Maoists, Off the Terrorist List

First, as it is the most recent, we'll look at "Jimmy the Dhimmi" Carter's current idiocy and anti-Israel-anti-Jewish stroke:

Dhimmi Carter to Obama: Remove Hamas From Terror List
By creeping
June 16, 2009

From http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2009/06/16/dhimmi-carter-to-obama-remove-hamas-from-terror-list/

No surprise here. Even if Hamas tried to kill Carter, which seems unlikely. He did the same thing in Nepal: Carter Met with Maoists, Says US Must Recognise, Remove from Terror List [republished here right after this piece.]

As for Obama, he’s offered up nearly $1 billion of U.S. taxpayer dollars to the “Palestinian” territory and has even asked for a new law allowing U.S. funds (your tax dollars) to go directly to a Hamas-Fatah government. And as we’ve noted in many posts, Obama has been talking with Hamas for quite some time. The only question remaining is will the U.S. let Obama remove the terrorist, Palestinian wing of the Muslim Brotherhood from the terror list. After all, Obama did insist the outlawed Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood attend his Cairo speech.

Former President Jimmy Carter will urge the Obama administration to remove Hamas from the terrorist list, FOX News has learned.

Carter, a chief defender of the U.S.-designated terror group, said Tuesday he will meet with officials in the Obama administration in two days to discuss his latest trip to the Middle East.

Meanwhile, two Palestinian sources told FOX News that the group had discovered two roadside bombs planted near a crossing between Israel and Gaza on a path Carter’s convoy took to meet with the group’s leaders.

Carter was granted special waivers by the U.S. Secret Service allowing him to enter Gaza. Employees of the U.S. executive branch are not allowed into the strip since a roadside bomb killed three U.S. security personnel in 2003.

Read it all via Carter to Obama: Remove Hamas From Terror List – Political News – FOXNews.com.

More importantly read our previous posts regarding Hamas and Carter including Hamas Official: Carter Meetings Prove Our Legitimacy.

If Obama makes yet another blunder and does remove Hamas from the U.S. terror list, watch the Hamas candidates start running for office here in the U.S. (and existing politicians rush to work, and align themselves, with the Islamic terrorist group).

From the Hamas Covenant:

There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors. The Palestinian people know better than to consent to having their future, rights and fate toyed with.

Then, as it concerns Bharat, we take a lookback at the Dhimmi-Jimmy's previous caper:

U.S. may take Communist, Nepali ruling party of Maoist’s off terrorism list
By creeping
This entry was posted on February 12, 2009
From http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2009/02/12/us-may-take-communist-nepali-ruling-party-of-maoists-off-terrorism-list/

Following Jimmy ‘the dhimmi’ Carter’s advice, it looks like Barack Obama’s team is considering removing another terrorist organization from the U.S. designated terror list. Even though they have not stopped using terrorism and even used it to wrangle control of Nepal. See our previous post here – Carter Met with Maoists, Says US Must Recognise, Remove from Terror List.

Is Hamas next?

A senior U.S. official and Nepal’s prime minister on Wednesday discussed removing the country former rebels — who have laid down their weapons and now lead the government — from a terrorism blacklist.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher told reporters that taking the United Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) off the U.S. list was among the tropics he addressed with Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal. He did not elaborate.

The U.S. was among the last nations to establish contact with the Maoists even after they gave up their armed revolt in 2006 to join a peace process. It was only last year when U.S. officials and diplomats met Maoist leaders.

U.S. officials have repeatedly said Washington is concerned about continued reports of violence by groups affiliated with the Maoists.

The Maoists contested elections in May 2008 and emerged as the largest political party. They now head a coalition government.

via International Herald Tribune

More here: Nepal’s Maoists Have Yet to Forsake Violence, Embrace Democracy

The results of the CA elections had raised hopes that access to political authority would enable the CPN-M leadership to rein in Maoist militants across the country. Far from being the case, Maoist violence targeting Nepal’s social, political and economic fabric has continued unabated since the CPN-M took the head of the interim government.

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