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It was shocking (well not really shocking as most of the msm is controlled by zio paracites) to learn that Octavia Nasr CNN Senior ME editor was fired for having a personal opinion about a Lebnanese Hizbullah leader, then came the second one, this does take the biscuit, instead of backing our ambassador Hague caved in to lying Israeli demands like a loyal dog, f*cking unbelivable!!!!!

So thats how they promote lies!

Hague censors Foreign Office blog praising dead Hezbollah mentor

Ambassador to Lebanon called Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah a 'decent' man and said world needed more like him

Britain has moved to quash a row over its Middle East policy by taking down a controversial blog post by its ambassador in Beirut praising the late Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, a staunchly anti-American cleric who was a mentor for Lebanon's militant Hezbollah movement.

Frances Guy had commented in her blog on the Foreign Office website that Fadlallah's death was sad news, calling the religious leader a decent man and saying "the world needs more men like him".

The ambassador's post came to light as the US broadcaster CNN announced that it had sacked its Middle East editor, Octavia Nasr, after she tweeted her regret at Fadlallah's death.

William Hague, the foreign secretary, ordered the offending item removed yesterday. The Guardian has learned that Britain also downgraded its diplomatic representation at Fadlallah's funeral in Beirut on Wednesday, sending just a second secretary. France and Italy were represented by their ambassadors.

Guy's comments drew outrage in Israel, where a foreign ministry spokesman said Fadlallah had inspired suicide bombings. The British ambassador had to decide "whether promoting terror and giving it religious justification can be considered a heritage to be cherished", Yigal Palmor was quoted as saying. Conservative commentators in the UK also objected.

In London a Foreign Office spokesman said today that Guy's post had been removed "after mature consideration".

Diplomats' personal blogs, which flourished under Hague's digitally aware Labour predecessor, David Miliband, may be more closely vetted in future.

Fadlallah was a key figure in the founding of Hezbollah after Israel's invasion of Lebanon in 1982, but both he and the group denied he was its spiritual leader.

The Iraq-born cleric was revered as one of Shia Islam's highest religious authorities and was popular for his anti-American and anti-Israeli stances and support for the Islamic revolution in Iran. But he condemned the 9/11 terrorist attacks and held relatively progressive views on the role of women in society one of the reasons cited by Nasr for her respect for him.

Britain has a more nuanced view of Hezbollah than the US and Israel, although it has proscribed its military wing as a terrorist organisation. Hezbollah is believed to have been behind suicide attacks on US forces and the kidnappings of westerners including Terry Waite and John McCarthy, though it has denied involvement.

Backed by Iran and seen by most Lebanese and Arabs as a resistance movement, Hezbollah confronts Israel with an arsenal it has replenished since the 2006 war. But British diplomats have contacts with its MPs in the Lebanese parliament.

Guy praised Fadlallah warmly. "When you visited him you could be sure of a real debate, a respectful argument and you knew you would leave his presence feeling a better person," she wrote. "That for me is the real effect of a true man of religion: leaving an impact on everyone he meets, no matter what their faith."

Palmor was quoted as saying: "Sheikh Fadlallah was behind hostage-taking, suicide bombings and other sorts of wanton violence, but Ambassador Guy said he was a man of peace, and Ambassador Guy is an honourable woman."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jul/09/foreign-office-blog-lebanon-hezbollah-fadlallah

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In line with the long-established traditions of this site:

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Strangely I am with the baldy man - and the Yids - on this.I've never seen a Jew trying to blow up our airliners.In fact I am pretty certain that they don't,although if you have any evidence to the contrary I am willing to see it.

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Strangely I am with the baldy man - and the Yids - on this.I've never seen a Jew trying to blow up our airliners.In fact I am pretty certain that they don't,although if you have any evidence to the contrary I am willing to see it.

My picture was directed at the poster and their colourful choice of language and their implication that this represents some sort of 'Zionist Conspiracy.'

I've had time to think about whether to get into long pointless arguments on this thread this morning. I will not do so, with either side.

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Palmor was quoted as saying: "Sheikh Fadlallah was behind hostage-taking, suicide bombings and other sorts of wanton violence

Is the key bit for me.

I was mightily peed off when Ted Kennedy was treating Adams / McGuinnes like statesmen rather than godfathers of murder and I presume Israelis feel the same way when a supposedly friendly government starts doing the same thing.

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In line with the long-established traditions of this site:

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Ahem?

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Shame on you General, this dung so nearly slipped off the front page.

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My picture was directed at the poster and their colourful choice of language and their implication that this represents some sort of 'Zionist Conspiracy.'

I've had time to think about whether to get into long pointless arguments on this thread this morning. I will not do so, with either side.

Melchett old bean, My reply was not directed Essex-ward.

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Shame on you General, this dung so nearly slipped off the front page.

Anything with "zionist" in the title is best ignored. Or twatted. Speaking of which, is it just me or is there a hint of camel toe here:

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Anything with "zionist" in the title is best ignored. Or twatted. Speaking of which, is it just me or is there a hint of camel toe here:

tricia_helfer01_194.jpg

BSG (or their cast?) certainly seemed to take 'promo photos as soft porn' a stage further than any other sci fi show, didnt they? I wonder if it was in their contracts when they signed up Which is all a bit odd, as I dont recall the actual show going down that route so much.

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... twatted. Speaking of which, is it just me or is there a hint of camel toe here:

Tripped up yet again by your wilful ignorance of female anatomy, goat-boy.

It's the laser beam they're firing at her ****

When light is passed through a narrow slit, the beam spreads and becomes wider than expected. This fundamentally important observation lends a significant amount of credibility to the wave theory of light. Like waves in water, light waves encountering the edge of an object appear to bend around the edge and into its geometric shadow, which is a region that is not directly illuminated by the light beam.

Alternatively the light is being "bent" by having to pass not one, but two truly massive Black Holes.

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Tripped up yet again by your wilful ignorance of female anatomy, goat-boy.

It's the laser beam they're firing at her ****

I prefer the term "hoff-munch"

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It was shocking (well not really shocking as most of the msm is controlled by zio paracites) to learn that Octavia Nasr CNN Senior ME editor was fired for having a personal opinion about a Lebnanese Hizbullah leader, then came the second one, this does take the biscuit, instead of backing our ambassador Hague caved in to lying Israeli demands like a loyal dog, f*cking unbelivable!!!!!

So thats how they promote lies!

Hague censors Foreign Office blog praising dead Hezbollah mentor

Ambassador to Lebanon called Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah a 'decent' man and said world needed more like him

Britain has moved to quash a row over its Middle East policy by taking down a controversial blog post by its ambassador in Beirut praising the late Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, a staunchly anti-American cleric who was a mentor for Lebanon's militant Hezbollah movement.

Frances Guy had commented in her blog – on the Foreign Office website – that Fadlallah's death was sad news, calling the religious leader a decent man and saying "the world needs more men like him".

The ambassador's post came to light as the US broadcaster CNN announced that it had sacked its Middle East editor, Octavia Nasr, after she tweeted her regret at Fadlallah's death.

William Hague, the foreign secretary, ordered the offending item removed yesterday. The Guardian has learned that Britain also downgraded its diplomatic representation at Fadlallah's funeral in Beirut on Wednesday, sending just a second secretary. France and Italy were represented by their ambassadors.

Guy's comments drew outrage in Israel, where a foreign ministry spokesman said Fadlallah had inspired suicide bombings. The British ambassador had to decide "whether promoting terror and giving it religious justification can be considered a heritage to be cherished", Yigal Palmor was quoted as saying. Conservative commentators in the UK also objected.

In London a Foreign Office spokesman said today that Guy's post had been removed "after mature consideration".

Diplomats' personal blogs, which flourished under Hague's digitally aware Labour predecessor, David Miliband, may be more closely vetted in future.

Fadlallah was a key figure in the founding of Hezbollah after Israel's invasion of Lebanon in 1982, but both he and the group denied he was its spiritual leader.

The Iraq-born cleric was revered as one of Shia Islam's highest religious authorities and was popular for his anti-American and anti-Israeli stances and support for the Islamic revolution in Iran. But he condemned the 9/11 terrorist attacks and held relatively progressive views on the role of women in society – one of the reasons cited by Nasr for her respect for him.

Britain has a more nuanced view of Hezbollah than the US and Israel, although it has proscribed its military wing as a terrorist organisation. Hezbollah is believed to have been behind suicide attacks on US forces and the kidnappings of westerners including Terry Waite and John McCarthy, though it has denied involvement.

Backed by Iran and seen by most Lebanese and Arabs as a resistance movement, Hezbollah confronts Israel with an arsenal it has replenished since the 2006 war. But British diplomats have contacts with its MPs in the Lebanese parliament.

Guy praised Fadlallah warmly. "When you visited him you could be sure of a real debate, a respectful argument and you knew you would leave his presence feeling a better person," she wrote. "That for me is the real effect of a true man of religion: leaving an impact on everyone he meets, no matter what their faith."

Palmor was quoted as saying: "Sheikh Fadlallah was behind hostage-taking, suicide bombings and other sorts of wanton violence, but Ambassador Guy said he was a man of peace, and Ambassador Guy is an honourable woman."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jul/09/foreign-office-blog-lebanon-hezbollah-fadlallah

Good God Osama, you were up early! 4:38 am, that's 8:08am in Iran. The start of a long shift in the Ministry dungeons?

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You serious?!

BBC (and i am always bitching about the BBC) can be called many things, but not zionist. Guardian is highly anti-israel - All our other papers and TV are on neither side at best, although id have to say mostly anti israel.

Compare British TV reporting on Israel with American ones and then tell me its zionist over here. No way. American TV is highly zionist, but not British.

If there is such a thing as zionism in our halls of government, its enabled and carried out by non-jewish individuals anyway, so a discussion about 'zionism' as such is pretty pointless.

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Sorry about that...Start again.

Moshe Cohen dies.

His wife phones up the Jewish Chronicle...

She "I want to place an obituary ad"

Editor " What would you like to say?"

She "Moshe Cohen Dead. Funeral Golders Green. Date and time."

Editor "You can place three more words for the same price."

She " Lets see"... Pause....

"Moshe Cohen Dead. Funeral Golders Green. Date and time. Volvo For Sale."

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Sorry about that...Start again.

Moshe Cohen dies.

His wife phones up the Jewish Chronicle...

She "I want to place an obituary ad"

Editor " What would you like to say?"

She "Moshe Cohen Dead. Funeral Golders Green. Date and time."

Editor "You can place three more words for the same price."

She " Lets see"... Pause....

"Moshe Cohen Dead. Funeral Golders Green. Date and time. Volvo For Sale."

:lol:

how much?

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