In January 2013, British prime minister, David Cameron (with Jewish family roots) urged members of the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC) to “make a noise” and lead a grassroots campaign calling for the EU to take action against Lebanon’s Islamic Resistance Hizbollah.
So, on June 16, 2013, Abraham Foxman, head of powerful Israel lobby group ADL, made that “noise” in an OP-Ed published in Israel’s English daily Ha’aretz. Abe Foxman, who called Christian Bible, antisemitic, has appealed to the 27-member Christian club, European Union, to designate Hizbullah, which has Muslim and Christian supporters, a terrorist organization during the upcoming June 24 meeting in Brussels.
Abe whined that EU members should not have a problem taking a unanimous decision as Hizbullah is currently helping Syrian forces to flushout western funded anti-government rebels from Syria. In order to prove his point, Abe listed several of Israeli false flage operations which were pinned on Hizbullah or Iran. For example, 1983 bombing of the US Marine barracks in Beirut, 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, and 2012 bombing of a bus carrying Israeli tourists in Burgas. Foxman also claims that since the 1980s, Hezbollah fighters have killed hundreds of Israeli soldiers and fired tens of thousands of rockets and mortars on Israeli citizens residing in the country’s northern region. However, good-old Zionist liar purposely ignored to mention Jewish army’s invasion of Lebanon in early 1980s and occupation of of southern Lebanon for 20 years which resulted in the death of tens of thousands of Lebanese civilians and destruction of most of country’s infrastructure.
Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner has refused to buy Israel’s allegations against Hizbullah, read here. US Marine bombing, like the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri in 2005, was a Mossad false flag operation to turn American opinion against Arabs, read here. Burgas bus bombing was carried out by Israeli agents to turn EU members against Hizbullah. On June 5, 2013, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin, told reporters that his government could not find reliable proof involving Hizbullah in the bus bombing. Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino, stated last week that her government needs more proof from Britain and Bulgaria to prove that Hizbullah poses a threat to Europe.
France has dropped its objection to list Hizbullah as a “terrorist group”. However, British request to blacklist the armed wing of Hizbullah early this month in Brussels, ran into opposition in the EU, with several governments expressing concern that such a move will isolate their countries from Lebanon as Hizbullah is a major political player in the country and partner in the government of Lebanon.
EU has already blacklisted Hamas, which has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2006. EU along with the US and Canada classified Paris-based Iran’s anti-Islamist government, Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) as a “terrorist organization”, but under pressure from Jewish lobby groups, delisted MEK – EU in 2009, and the US-Canada in 2012.
The Zionist regime hopes that blacklisting of Hizbullah will be a major political victory for Israel which its US-funded army has failed to achieve at battle-field.
In order Abe’s wish come true – he needs a unanious verdict from the 27 EU member states. The problem is that only two EU members, Britain (in 2008)and Netherlands (in 2004) has so far caved-in to the Zionist demand.