‘Blood li­bel’

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“Here is [for­mer Pres­i­dent Jimmy] Carter’s de­scrip­tion of the Mid­dle East con­flict in his own words, de­liv­ered dur­ing an in­ter­view he gave on Na­tional Pub­lic Ra­dio dur­ing the sec­ond day of the Holo­caust de­niers’ con­fer­ence in Tehran:

“ ‘I have spent a lot of time in Pales­tine in re­cent years. [. . .] The Pales­tini­ans have had their own land, first of all, oc­cu­pied and then con­fis­cated and then col­o­nized. [. . .] The Is­raelis have built more than 200 set­tle­ments inside Pales­tine. They con­nect th­ese set­tle­ments with very nice roads for the Is­raeli set­tlers, and then su­per­high­ways and so forth go­ing into Jerusalem. Quite of­ten the Pales­tini­ans are pre­vented from even rid­ing on those roads that have been built in their own ter­ri­tory. So this has been in many ways worse than it was in South Africa.’

“When hun­dreds of mil­lions of Mus­lims are call­ing for the ex­ter­mi­na­tion of the Jews of Is­rael this is more than a lie; it is a blood li­bel.”

David Horowitz, writ­ing on “Jimmy Carter: Jew-Hater, Geno­cide-En­abler, Liar,” Thurs­day in Front Page at www.front­pagemag.com

Strange words. For­mer Pres­i­dent Jimmy Carter

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