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NATIONAL SECURITY: Hezbollah Terrorists Training 90 miles from Florida
Italy’s Corriere della Sera has published a story involving a clandestine Hezbollah operation in Cuba named “The Caribbean Dossier”. This comes as no surprise, considering that for a long time Washington has been listing Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism. Please also read about this story at Investor’s Business Daily.
Floridians– and Americans in general, should be aware that having a Hezbollah terrorist training camp 90 miles from Florida is a potential threat to our national security.
The U.S. Department of State has designated the following countries as state sponsors of terrorism:
In Why Not Cuba? I wrote:
“But doing business with countries that sponsor terrorism can have its bad moments, such as when in late June, 2007 the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission put Credit Suisse (CS), ABB and Sygenta on its “black list” of companies suspected of indirectly sponsoring terrorist countries. Credit Suisse reacted by claiming that it was conducting a “controlled withdrawal” of its business activities from Cuba, North Korea, Syria, Iran and Sudan.”
“A government such as Castro’s is unstable, by nature of its core beliefs and repressive activities. And like any unstable repressive government, it survives by destabilizing other regions, in order to gain access to their natural resources and commodities. This negative impact has been felt in the Western Hemisphere, and in other parts of the world — as manifested by Castro’s history of dangerous military presence in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Cuba’s military collaboration with Venezuela is ongoing. When confronted, Castro’s regime justifies their subversive activities as being part of the Cuban Revolution’s “internationalist” nature.”
“The world needs to confront the truth — that ignoring the suffering of the people of Cuba, is to bestow legitimacy on Castro’s repressive and violent policies.”
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