Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Say what?

United for Lebanon. By their hate for Israel. They say they are marching for peace, but the minute they use the "Z" word, the jig is up:

"We know that the president is being bought by the Zionist lobby. We know that the (U.S.) Congress is being bought by the Zionist lobby. ... But we know that the American people are a great people," he said.

Amid cries for the end of terrorism committed by Israel, there isn't one demand for Hezbollah to back down. Matter of fact:

.At one point, a speaker held a portrait of Hassan Nasrallah, Hizballah's secretary-general. The crowd burst into applause.

Color me SHOCKED! Certainly these people don't support the terrorist organization Hezbollah?!? I mean, American muslims have been claiming they denounce terrorism, haven't they?


Fact is, one of Detroit's most popular Lebanese restaurants has been tied to Hezbollah. The owner of "La Shish" has been charged with tax evasion, and supporting Hezbollah. Last time I checked, he was hiding out in Lebanon. He is probably one of the "Americans" we are footing the bill to transport out of danger.

Update: We're NUMBER 1! From Northeast Intelligence Network:

According to the same federal source providing information to the Northeast Intelligence Network, Detroit is the main center of Hezbollah's fundraising activity in the U.S.

And more:

Many of the 7,000 plus Detroiters in Lebanon are active in Dearborn's Bint Jbeil cultural center (the Lebanese American Heritage Club also features mostly Hezbollah fans). Bint Jbeil is a Hezbollah-dominated city in the South of Lebanon, a frequent destination of Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, who is very at home there. Bint Jbeil is a frequent source of shellings on Northern Israel.

Bint Jbeil natives now living in our country so strongly support Hezbollah that they got Republican Congressman Joe Knollenberg (and his then top staffer, Paul Welday) and then-U.S. Senator Spencer Abraham to give Hezbollah forces in Southern Lebanon about $86 million of our tax money, no strings.

Given this information, and the fact--as I've detailed numerous times on this site--that several Shi'ite Muslim Lebanese U.S. citizens from Dearborn have been indicted and/or convicted of laundering money to Hezbollah, is it a good idea to rush to bring 25,000 such persons back to the U.S. at a time when Hezbollah is at war against the strongest U.S. ally? Does the fact, that Hezbollah numerous times--and especially now--has announced veiled and not-so-veiled intentions to attack Americans on U.S. soil, necessitate urgently bringing these terror-sympathizing Americans back to U.S. soil?