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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Iranian leaders meeting terrorists - discussing nukes?

Iran continues to show its unparalleled and unapologetic support for terrorism.

Recently, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili met with not only Hamas and Islamic Jihad leaders in Damascus, but also leading representatives from the PFLP and Hezbollah. Now, why should Palestinian Arab and Lebanese terrorists be interested in Iran's "peaceful" nuclear program supposedly meant purely for energy? Do they also discuss Iranian sewage utilities and train service?

Today, Iranian officials in Damascus met with Islamic Jihad leader Ramadan Shallah, and there were many other similar meetings in the past week as Syria[!] celebrates "Iranian-Palestinian Cultural Week."

Additionally, Hamas leader Khaled Meshal is visiting Tehran this week.

Is there a pattern emerging? And are these types of meetings even on the UN's and EU's radar when discussing Iranian nuclear ambitions?