Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Why Bibi and Rivlin won't meet with Carter? He's an ANTI-SEMITE

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has endorsed a Palestinian unity government that includes the terrorist group Hamas.

Speaking in Ramallah on Saturday, Carter called for elections in both Gaza and the West Bank, and went on to endorse the "full implementation of the agreement reached between Hamas and Fatah," referring to a unity government formed by the two parties.

Although the unity government officially exists, Hamas has not handed control of the Gaza Strip over to the Palestinian Authority, nor does it show any signs of doing so.

Carter, whose hostility toward Israel is well-known, tried to visit Israel as well as the Palestinian territories during his visit, but was snubbed by both President Reuven Rivlin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Based on Carter's comments, it isn't hard to understand why.

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