Thursday, April 10, 2008

Anti-Semite Convention -- Damascus, April 18

Only one more invititation is still in the mail. The one in the envelope sent to Ahmadinejad, the head of Iran. He'll probably show up unannounced, as will many other middle-eastern muslim leaders. Perhaps even Louis Farrakhan will fly in for this one, possibly bringing his disciple Reverend Wright. Ward Churchill will undoubtedly report on the event.

Carter To Meet Hamas Leader

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter plans to meet Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Syria next week, despite U.S. efforts to isolate the Islamist Palestinian group, Al Jazeera television said.
The meeting was expected to take place in the Syrian capital Damascus on April 18, and may also include former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and former South African President Nelson Mandela.

"Senior Hamas officials have confirmed the Carter meeting but declined to speak on camera out of both political and security considerations," Al Jazeera said on Thursday.

Washington shuns Hamas as a terrorist group and has joined Israel in supporting efforts to isolate it.

Hamas seized control of the Gaza Strip in June. That left the West Bank under the control of the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority, which dismissed a Hamas-led government.

Carter, 83, served one term as president between 1977 and 1981. After leaving office he founded the Carter Center in Atlanta to promote global peace, health, democracy and human rights. In 2002, he won the Nobel Peace Prize.


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