Skip to comments.Europeans to Hezbullah: Just not in my backyard
Posted on 11/25/2012 11:12:57 AM PST by Nachum
Some of you may remember the picture above and the post that went with it. The picture was taken at the train station in Bologna, Italy on August 2, 1980. I missed being there by a couple of days.
Italy thought it had a deal with the PLO not to carry out terror attacks on its soil. It was wrong.
The European Union is about to repeat the mistake.
The EU may declare Hezbullah a designated terror organization, but only if they reach the conclusion that Hezbullah was behind the terror attack at a Bulgarian airport a few months ago. Sound familiar? It should.
Spains Deputy Foreign Minister Gonzalo de Benito and Frances Ambassador to Israel Christophe Bigot told The Jerusalem Post this month that the outcome of the Bulgarian investigation into the murders of five Israelis and a Bulgarian bus driver is the sine qua non of listing the Lebanese Shiite group as a terror entity on the EUs list of outlawed terrorist organizations. Critics see the limited inquiry as a grave mistake.
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Another thing about snakes, treating them gently doesn’t stop them from biting you, it will only postpone it.
Isn’t that the famous Bologna Train Station bombing? It is attributed to the Italian far right (with some tendrils of conspiracy theories around the whole case.) I don’t think it was ever seen as the work of the PLO.
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