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Hizbullah, an Iranian terrorist group, promotes racism and anti-Semitism
The Simon Wisenthal Center (www.wiesenthal.com) reports that Hizbullah's television station is now openly racist:
HIZBULLAH'S ADVICE http://www.wiesenthal.com/social/ press/pr_item.cfm?ItemId=7149 Hizbullah's television station al-Manar, has embarked upon a campaign to promote "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion". As of January 30 the network’s literary program, al-Diwan urges viewers to acquaint themselves with the contents of "The Protocols" which "provide the best insight into the Jewish mind".
The Hizbullah is an Arab Muslim terrorist organization based in Lebanon and financed by Iran. It has proudly taken responsibility for the deliberate murder of dozens of women and children.
France refuses to define Hizbullah as a terrorist organization (click here for more details).
Hizbullah follows in the racist ways of Egyptian television which, a few months ago, decided to broadcast a series based on the "Protocols of Zion". For more information on this Egyptian racist show, click here. For more information on the racist document "The Protocols of Zion", click here.
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