Saturday, March 10, 2018

Jimmy Carter Palestine Support

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Jimmy Carter calls for recognizing terror group Hamas - USA Today
Aug 5, 2014 - Former president Jimmy Carter called on the West to recognize terrorist group Hamas as a legitimate "political actor" that represents the bulk of the ... "Only by recognizing its legitimacy as a political actor — one that represents a substantial portion of the Palestinian people — can the West begin to provide ...

The Damage of Jimmy Carter | US News Opinion 18, 2008 - Carter's Hamas meeting legitimizes terrorism. ... How else can the Middle East seeCarter's meeting in Syria with no less than the terrorist mastermind Khaled Mashaal, the leader of Hamas? This man ... There is bipartisan condemnation of Carter's meeting, but Carter has a long history of support for Hamas.

There is bipartisan condemnation of Carter's meeting, but Carter has a long history of support for Hamas. This is what Carter said on Nov. 28, 2006, on pbs: "Since August of 2004 [Hamas] has not committed a single act of terrorism that cost an Israeli life, not a single one."


That is flatly untrue.

Hamas itself claimed responsibility, for example, for the 16 people who were killed and 100 wounded in August 2004 in nearly simultaneous suicide bombings of two city buses in Beersheba; for an attack on September 29 of that year when two preschool children were killed by Kassam rockets fired from Gaza; for an attack on Jan. 13, 2005, at the Karni Crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel, which killed six civilians. And the list goes on. Carter spoke out on behalf of Hamas and against the secular party Fatah last year at the very time that Hamas thugs were throwing Fatah members to their death from Gaza rooftops.

Is Former President Jimmy Carter's Carter Center Illegally Using Our ...
1 day ago - Perceived anti-Israel statements on the part of President Carter have even led many of his long-time advisors to stop their work with him and publicly denounce his actions. ... Nor can we continue to allow our tax dollars to be funneled to efforts that provide “material support or resources” toterrorists.

18 U. S. C. §2339B makes it a federal crime to “knowingly provid[e] material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization.” The Supreme Court has recently made clear that this goes far beyond providing cash with the intent of directly funding terrorist activities. It criminalizes nearly any support or resources given to a terrorist organization for any purpose, including “‘training’ and ‘expert advice or assistance’” for purportedly humanitarian reasons.

On the outside, the Carter Center has pushed for reconciliation between Israel and the Palestinian people, with the proposed outcome of a two-state solution. However, as recent history and other evidence has shown, the Carter Center – including through its office In Ramallah – consistently exhibits preferential treatment towards Palestinian organizations and groups, to the point of detriment toward the State of Israel. Perceived anti-Israel statements on the part of President Carter have even led many of his long-time advisors to stop their work with him and publicly denounce his actions.

We at the ACLJ maintain that anyone is allowed to think and say what they want, and that free speech is part of what makes a democracy work. But when that speech turns into actual harmful conduct – and especially when U.S. tax dollars are concerned – then the government needs to step in. From 2015 to 2016 alone, the Carter Center took in more than $306 million, including significant contributions from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The Carter Center has also been open about the fact that that it maintains close contacts with both Fatah and Hamas, two key organizations within Palestinian circles. While Fatah has made some attempts to legitimize its efforts, there is no question that in the eyes of many governments—including the U.S. government—that Hamas is a terrorist organization and that any aid rendered to them is aid rendered to terrorism.  Therefore, the haphazard manner in which the Carter Center supports these groups cannot be allowed to continue. Nor can we continue to allow our tax dollars to be funneled to efforts that provide “material support or resources” to terrorists.

For Jimmy Carter, Light Never Goes On When It Comes To Terrorism ...
Jan 13, 2015 - Leadership: The man who many call the "greatest living ex-president" is at it again, suggesting that the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris are partly Israel's. ...

"The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart, Jimmy Carter was asked if the violence in Paris had causes other than Islamic extremism.

"Well, one of the origins for it is the Palestinian problem," Carter said. "And this aggravates people who are affiliated in any way with the Arab people who live in the West Bank and Gaza, what they are doing now — what's being done to them. So I think that's part of it."

Ah, the "Palestinian problem." So that's why Islamic terrorists slaughtered a roomful of cartoonists and satirists, and why the West faces an upsurge in terror?

Let's see, is Israel also the cause of the disintegration of Iraq? The creation of the terrorist Islamic State? The collapse of Syria? The takeover of Egypt by Muslim radicals? Iran's depredations across the Mideast and its pursuit of a nuclear bomb? The splintering of Libya into competing terrorist fiefdoms? All because of Israel?

unfortunate 2006 book "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," which was so full of errors, inaccuracies, incorrect history and blame for Israel that he was roundly criticized, even by the left.

In particular, along with equating Israel's vibrant democracy with apartheid, Carter wrote in his book that Arabs will "end the suicide bombings and other acts of terrorism when international laws and the ultimate goals of the Roadmap for Peace are accepted by Israel."

Jimmy Carter: From Nobel Prize to Terrorist Ties | › Home › Newsfront
Dec 29, 2014 - But those years have also seen Carter voicing strong anti-Israel views and support forterrorist groups. ... "Hamas cannot be wished away, nor will it cooperate in its own demise," Carter and former Ireland President Mary Robinson wrote in an op-ed piece in Foreign Policy magazine that same month.

Jimmy Carter: Terrorist Supporter - OK Politechs
Aug 29, 2014 - The Toledo Blade is reporting that former President Jimmy Carter will be giving the keynote speech at the 51st annual convention of the Islamic Society of .... Whatever the reason, he is nothing more than a propaganda tool for the terrorists and his support for them only emboldens groups such as Hamas.

Carter says Hamas leader committed to peace, Netanyahu not | The ...
Ex-president doesn't meet PM, says it would be a 'waste of time'; claims Mashaal is 'not a terrorist' and 'strongly in favor of peace process' ... Carter, who cancelled a planned visit to Gaza on this trip, said Saturday he “deplored” criminal acts by members of Hamas, but said he was looking to supportmoderate members of ...

Be our guest: To see Jimmy Carter's true allegiances, just follow the ...
Apr 26, 2008 - In embracing Hamas last week in direct defiance of the wishes of Congress and the President, ex-President Jimmy Carter raised the question of why he ... The Zayed Center has repeatedly hosted anti-Semitic Holocaust deniers, supported terrorism and asserted that there is an international conspiracy of ...

Jimmy Carter's Israel Criticism & Palestinian Recognition Call ...
Nov 29, 2016 - But it is reducing terrorism, which is worth mentioning because Carter does not do so. What is really needed to move toward peace is security — an end to terrorism. That is a subject entirely absent from Carter's op-ed. Mr. Carter writes that “the commitment to peace is in danger of abrogation.” By whom?

Dershowitz Asks: Does Jimmy Carter's Support for Hamas Constitute a ...
Aug 12, 2014 - While Jimmy Carter was busy accusing Israel of war crimes and encouraging greater international support for the terrorist group Hamas, a noted legal expert and civil rights advocate claims the former American president may have committed several criminal felonies that ban the provision of material ...

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