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Obama: Terror groups have 'legitimate claims'

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posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 06:59 PM
Remember Hamas and Hezbollah? These two Terrorist organizations are also often referred to as Iran's "long arm" or the "Long arm of Iran". It's because Iran funds and trains these groups.

Hezbollah has taken over a portion of Lebanon to use as a staging point for attacking Israel.

Both groups are considered to be part of the "radical Islam" architecture that believes America is evil.

Now, Obama has recently come out with some support for these groups by saying they have "legitimate claims" for their actions. Here is a summary of the interview:

JERUSALEM – The Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist organizations have "legitimate claims" that are being "weakened" by the violence the terror groups carry out, Sen. Barack Obama stated in an interview today with the New York Times.

Speaking with columnist David Brooks, Obama said the U.S. needs a foreign policy that "looks at the root causes of problems and dangers."

The presidential candidate compared Hezbollah to Hamas, stating they both need to be compelled to understand that "they're going down a blind alley with violence that weakens their legitimate claims."

Obama is stating that while he doesn't condone the violence, does believe they have "legitimate claims", but these claims stand to be "weakened" by continuing violence.

So far in the last week Obama had a Freudian slip with his "Muslim Faith", and now this.

If Obama is Muslim (as he said himself and lots of evidence support his Freudian slip), then just how radical is he?

There is still alot we don't know about Obama. We don't even know if he is a natural born citizen of the US (evidence is showing otherwise) and he wants to tax the American people more than they have been at any time in the history of the US.

The article here shows why both Hamas and Hezbollah support Obama, as does most of the greater Muslim community. The Hamas' creed was also on a wall at the Trinity Church - yet another (though more indirect) link between Obama and radical Islam.

Source Article

[edit on 8-9-2008 by jetxnet]

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 07:03 PM
Terror groups have legitimate claims? Excuse me while I hurl.

Geeeeeze. It's Jimmy Carter all over again. Worse even.

Chamberlain would be proud. :shk:

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 07:05 PM
No doubt, and think it may go beyond Carter's rediculous appeasement.

It appears Obama is Muslim, but to what extent does his religion bind him to his Muslim brotherhood in arms is unclear.

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 07:07 PM
Let's not forget that his former church, which he was a member of for over 20 years also supported Hamas.

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 07:09 PM
They do have legitimate claims. They just choose to act on those claims with their unacceptable murderous acts.

posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 07:37 PM
The NY Times is so far in bed with the far left it isn't even disputed. With that as a backdrop, this is a case where Obama's disconnection with reallity shines out. He is so comfortable with these liberal media outlets that he lets his guard down and the NY Times well, they just eat it all up when their messiah pushes their agenda. They don't even botther to use codewords or nuances to back the Palestinians any more. They are really that smug and cannot see the walls crumbling around them.
Now he's gonna have to kiss Isreali keaster and bend over for McCain to ream him a good one.
We are witnessing sef destruction and the media lovefest backfiring finally.

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