France helps Hizbullah murder unarmed Israeli civilians

I have just sent an email to France's President, Jacques Chirac, strongly condemning France and the EU for refusing to include the Hizbullah to its list of terrorist organizations.

My letter was in response to a few articles that have described France's adamant refusal to define the Iranian backed group Hizbullah as a terrorist organization. The US has included the Hizbullah in its list of terrorist groups for years.

Placing the Hizbullah on the EU's blacklist means their assets could be frozen in Europe, and the transferring of funds to them could be made illegal.

By refusing to place Hizbullah in the EU's list of terrorist organizations, France is in fact helping the Islamic terrorists kill unarmed civilians (since their assets are not frozen).

To read the articles about France's hipocrisy, click here or here.
To send your own message to Mr. Chirac, click here.
I copy my message below.





To: Jacques Chirac, France's President
From: David Melle, a concerned citizen
Subject: France's refusal to include Hizbullah in the EU's list of terrorist organizations

Monsieur le Président de la République,

I am writing in regards to the following article published in the Jerusalem Post a couple of days ago:

Chirac against inclusion of Hizbullah in EU terror list
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?
pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle/
PrinterFull&cid=1027506381497

Your refusal to include Hizbullah in the list of the EU's list of terrorist organizations is sad and disgraceful.

Hizbullah is responsible for thousands of terrorist attacks against unarmed civilians. Israel pulled out of Lebanon in May, 2000, yet the Hizbullah continues to bomb northern Israeli towns using Katiucha missiles - they specifically target unarmed civilians, including women, kids and babies.

Placing the Hizbullah on the EU's blacklist means their assets could be frozen in Europe, and the transferring of funds to them could be made illegal.

By refusing to place Hizbullah in the EU's list of terrorist organizations, France is in fact helping the Islamic terrorists kill unarmed civilians (since their assets are not frozen).

Israel will never accept the EU as an honest broker in Middeast peace talks as long as this French hipocrisy manifests itself.

Je suis Americain et Francais, mais votre attitude me degoute - j'ai honte de vous ecrire en Francais.

Thank you,

David Melle
dmelle@factsofisrael.com
http://www.FactsOfIsrael.com

Posted by David Melle
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Comments

This is actually typical from the French government. France always seems to side with Arab governments, including terrorist ones. France sided against US in 2003, and is now siding against Israel. Yet the arab terrorists inside France continue to riot. France is cowering before the arabs now kind of like they cowered before the Nazis in WW II.

Posted by: closet door dissident at February 22, 2006 12:15 AM


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