Traitorous Chomsky Meets with Hezbollah (again)


Many people ask us, "how can Facebook be against Jews? After all, Mark Zuckerberg is Jewish!" Correct. Then again, so is Noam Chomsky, and many other traitors just like him. And there were Jews who collaborated with Nazis. Just because someone is a Jew, it does not necessarily mean they are on the side of the Jewish people, or Israel. All one has to do is study the leftist, anti-Israel Israeli media and many of leftist anti-Israel professors in Israel, to know this.  We stumbled upon the following article about Noam Chomsky.  In case you're not aware, Chomsky is the hero of every pseudo-intellectual idiot pretending to be smart, and here is with his pals in Hezbollah, again.  We wouldn't be surprised if Zuckerberg and Obama were big fans of Chomsky.  You might be interested to read all the antisemitic comments to the article, as well: 

(Ya Libnan) Jewish-American intellectual and an outspoken critic of Israeli policy Professor Noam Chomsky held a meeting in southern Lebanon on Friday with Sheikh Nabil Qaouk, a senior official of the Lebanon-based Hezbollah movement, and discussed several issues regarding the Middle East conflict, Israel and the United States policies.

Hezbollah inaugurated last Friday a permanent war museum, complete with replicas of guerrillas in action on the battle field and in underground tunnels, and a memorial for its war dead. Chomsky was invited for the event.

Chomsky tried to visit the West Bank last week but Israel held him at the Al Karama Border Crossing with Jordan, and deported him to Amman.

Qaouk said that the U.S weapons sent to Israel are the source of danger in the region, and that Israel’s ongoing threats are causing further tensions in the region.
As CAMERA has pointed out:
Chomsky expressed support for the arming of Hezbollah, in direct contradiction to UN Security Council Resolution 1559 calliing for “the disbanding and disarmament of all Lebanese and non-Lebanese militias”:
Hezbollah's insistence on keeping its arms is justified... I think [Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan] Nasrallah has a reasoned argument and [a] persuasive argument that they [the arms] should be in the hands of Hezbollah as a deterrent to potential aggression, and there is plenty of background reasons for that. So until – I think his position [is] reporting it correctly and it seems to me [a] reasonable position, is that until there is a general political settlement in the region, [and] the threat of aggression and violence is reduced or eliminated, there has to be a deterrent, and the Lebanese army can't be a deterrent. (Noam Chomsky, Al Manar TV, 13 May 2006) 

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