Bush Administration Inadvertently Supports Hezbollah

July 29, 2006 at 2:28 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

I know, it’s shocking, but take a look:

The Bush administration will impose sanctions on two Indian firms for selling missile parts to Iran, government officials said yesterday, acknowledging privately that the secret decision should have been shared with the House before it voted this week to support U.S. plans to sell nuclear technology to New Delhi.

It is not the first time Indian companies have been sanctioned for supplying Iran’s suspected weapons programs. But the timing of the sanctions, which were not revealed before the vote and are being imposed during fighting between Israel and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah militia, elicited angry responses from Democrats and arms-control experts yesterday.

So in other words, the Bush adminstration delayed its report that India was selling missile technology to Iran in order to make sure they got the vote passed in the House. That means that the Bush Administration implicitly approved of India selling technology to Iran, which gives it to Hezbollah to fire on Israelis.


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  1. This shouldn’t be surprising. I remember the president who made a point of saying we don’t negotiate with terrorists. At the time, of course, his administration was selling arms to terrorists and using the profits to fund terrorists.

  2. We’ve truly undermined our own push for democracy with these underhanded deals. It really is too sad.

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