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Reader comment on item: [Charlotte's Web and] The Hezbollah in America: An Alarming Network
in response to reader comment: Answers to Ms. Davis

Submitted by zamora (India), Jun 3, 2009 at 04:18

Chawki Hammoud finally told the truth, he is back in his own country. In my opinion that's exactly where he belongs. He also stated he knew Hezbollah was not welcomed in the U.S. , and that's a known fact. The U.S. doesn't allow, or want terrorist in our country.

If Hammoud and Chawki weren't part of Hezbollah, why did they have meetings, and show the video's weekly?

What did Chawki mean when he stated: "that didn't stop us from expressing our political view because we believe that freedom of speech is sacred for everyone, I think not." I wonder if he's confused with our American's Civll Liberties of "Freedom of Speech"? I also wonder if he understands that our Civil Liberties don't apply to Illegal Aliens in our country that want to practice their criminal and terrorist acts? Freedom of speech is one thing, but committing crimes and funneling the money earned to a terrorist group that only means us harm, is another thing, and thank god we don't allow it.



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