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Rehearsal for the reconcialiation with Iran ?

Reader comment on item: America's Shiny New Palestinian Militia
in response to reader comment: New Arab Legion

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 17, 2010 at 06:04

Charles Oren wrote :

> The American-trained, armed, financed, officered PA miltia sounds EXACTLY the same as the British trained Arab Legion.......and we all know what they did in 1948 ! <

To me it sounds like a Hitler-trained Arab SS legion. The US government has inherited and faihfully continued Hitler's pro-Islamic policy on the Balkans at the expense of the Christians. The US government has successfully supported worldwide Islamic jihadism in Afghanistan, sold half Cyprus to the Turks, created and armed Islamic states in Bosnia and in Kosovo. It traditionally does whatever pleases Saudi Arabia's Moslem despots , so I find it quite logical the US government has now such an open heart and a generous pocket for the oppressed Palestinian jihadism. And if one can extrapolate these developments , one might be tempted to think that the day is no so far away when the US will sign a treaty of friendship and brotherhood with Iran too, supplying the Iranian army with the latest American arms. If any lesson is to be learned from history , it is definitely that of perversity and cynicism of the politicians.


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