Hamas & Hizbollah, the enemy Obama calls "friends"

Hezbollah officially declared not a terrorist group: EU rejects request

Watch here.

And listen, toward the end, to the chant “Khaybar, Khaybar, ya sahyoon.”

Do those who decide EU policy know what “Khaybar” refers to?

The European Union turned down a request Tuesday by Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist group after last week’s deadly bombing in Bulgaria.

“There is no consensus for putting Hezbollah on the list of terrorist organizations,” said Cypriot Foreign Minister Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis, whose country currently holds the rotating EU presidency.  Israel blames Iran and the Lebanese group Hezbollah forWednesday’s suicide attack at the Black Sea airport of Burgas in which five Israelis and their Bulgarian driver died. (source)

(CNSNews.com) – Israeli officials and Jewish organizations have criticized the European Union’s continuing reluctance to designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, warning that at a time of escalating Iranian-sponsored international terrorism and the crisis in Syria failure to do so could impact on Mideast and global security.

Hezbollah is also heavily involved with the Drug Cartels in Mexico 

UN won’t act as Hamas makes people homeless

The Australian July 28, 

HAMAS, the Palestinian organisation that controls the Gaza Strip, has begun demolishing houses, a move that will leave 120 Palestinian families homeless.  While the demolitions have been reported in the Palestinian media, they have been virtually ignored internationally.

“This is catastrophic for the families involved,” said one man, who has visited the families, some of whom are now living in tents.

Only 7 years ago, the EU acknowledged Hezbollah’s terror acts  (EoZ)

As a followup to this story about how the EU has denied that Hezbollah was a terrorist organization, here is what the EU Parliament wrote in a 2005 resolution on the situation in Lebanon:

The European Parliament ,

…1. Condemns unequivocally the bomb attack in Beirut on 14 February 2005 which killed the former Prime Minister of Lebanon, Rafik Hariri, and other innocent civilians, expresses its horror and indignation at this barbarous act and conveys its sincerest condolences to the families of Mr Hariri and of the other victims;

2. Calls, pursuant to the statement made by the UN Security Council President on 15 February 2005, for every effort to be made to ascertain the causes, circumstances and consequences of this attack; calls on the Lebanese authorities to continue to cooperate with the UN’s fact-finding mission;

…7. Considers that clear evidence exists of terrorist activities on the part of Hezbollah and that the Council should take all necessary steps to curtail them…

Despite this, the EU Parliament has steadfastly refused to label Hezbollah to be a terrorist organization, even as early as 2002 and 2003, despite many requests by delegates to do so.

Just going to show that politics and honesty are only coincidentally coincidental.