Friday, September 12, 2003

Presidential candidate Howard Dean likes terrorists, wants to be their friend and counts these killers who target defenseless civilians to be equivalent to the honorable men and women of the US armed forces:
Dean has been under fire for suggesting the United States should not take sides in the Middle East conflict and Israel should get out of disputed territories of the West Bank. While he has insisted that he backs U.S. policy supporting Israel, statements made on Wednesday about Hamas raise new questions.
'There is a war going on in the Middle East, and members of Hamas are soldiers in that war,' Dean said Wednesday.
Dean condemned terrorism but his description of Hamas - designated by the United States as a terrorist group -  as 'soldiers in a war' conflicts with U.S. policy. The European Union also approved last week the designation of Hamas as a terrorist organization
(from Fox News).

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