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All under investigation are the ‘Israel-Firsters' belonging to the Republican, Democratic and Tea parties. The list includes former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell (Jewish) of Pennsylvania and currently MSNBC contributor, Democratic Gov. Howard Dean (Jewish) of Vermont; former Republican Homeland Security Advisor to George W. Bush and currently CNN's resident terror expert, Frances Townsend (Jewish),... .

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As Israeli journalist Amira Hass once said that those who don't agree with us are terrorists and who follow us are statesmen".

 

If one look around - most of groups on US terrorist list are currently working for America or Israel to destablize Muslim countries. You can see them in Libya, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Pakistan, Somalia and several other places.

 

In March 2012, US Treasury Department issued subpoenas into an investigation against over three dozen former US high ranking government and military officials for accepting large sum of money in return for lobbying for an anti-Tehran government terrorist militant group, the Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK), known as ‘Munafiqun-e-Khalq (or People's traitors) in Iran. The group is listed as a ‘terrorist organization' by the State Department. Allegedly, these Judeo-Christians sold their souls to the devil for $30,000 to $160,000.

 

All under investigation are the ‘Israel-Firsters' belonging to the Republican, Democratic and Tea parties. The list includes former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell (Jewish) of Pennsylvania and currently MSNBC contributor, Democratic Gov. Howard Dean (Jewish) of Vermont; former Republican Homeland Security Advisor to George W. Bush and currently CNN's resident terror expert, Frances Townsend (Jewish), Bush's Attorney General, Michael Mukasey (Jewish), and former UN ambassador John Bolton (crypto-Jew); former Republican Mayor of New York, Rudolph Guiliani (Zionist Christian); and ex-FBI Director Louis Freeh (crypto Jew) and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Hugh Shelton (friend of Jewish Army).

 

Several of these evil-doers have been advocating tirelessly to get the MEK removed from the US terrorist list. Howard Dean, Gens. Hugh H. Shelton, Peter Pace, Wesley K. Clark, James L. Jones and Rudolph Guiliani and several others went to Paris to meet MEK's boss, Maryam Rajavi, who told these Muslim haters to urge Washington to recognize her as the President of Iran.

 

Both MEK and Jundallah terrorist groups are linked with Israel which has used them to destablize Iran by bombing civilian and military targets and assassination of country's top nuclear scientists.

 

Glenn Greenwald, American Jewish lawyer, columnist, author and blogger wrote in Salon recently: "There are large numbers of people - almost always Muslims - who have been prosecuted and are now in prison for providing "material support" to Terrorist groups for doing far less than Fran Townsend and her fellow cast of bipartisan ex-officials have done with and on behalf of MEK.

 

In fact, the US Government has been (under the administration in which Townsend worked) and still is (under the administration Rendell supports) continuously prosecuting Muslims for providing "material support" for Terrorist groups based on their pure speech, all while Fran Townsend, Ed Rendell and company have said nothing or, worse, supported the legal interpretations that justified these prosecutions".

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