"The world needs more men like him."A quote from British Ambassador to Lebanon, Frances Guy, stated at the passing of Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah. Who?
Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah had this to say about the bombing of the U.S. Marine Barracks as he gave an interview in 2002:
"I was not the one who launched the idea of so-called suicide bombings, but I have certainly argued in favor of them."
Oh, did I mention that Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah was the spiritual head of Hezbollah, one of the world's most deadly terrorist organizations and the murderous puppet of Iran?
With this coming in the wake of the release of the Lockerbie Pan Am Bomber, one has reason to wonder what direction Britain is taking as a government and how much we can or should rely upon them in the future. One could start to wonder if maybe these two incidents are a hint that Britain has lost its ability to distinguish the line between terrorists and humanity, or whether we are looking at the early signs of a 21st century Islamic "diplomacy" that is akin to the default to Germany regarding Poland in the days leading up to WW II.
What are they thinking across the pond, or are they at all?
proud dad SGT Mike Stokely
KIA 16 AUG 05 near Yusufiyah Iraq
US Army, E 108 CAV 48th BCT GAARNG