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Thursday, July 08, 2010 

CNN editor fired for Hezbollah worship, but British ambassador still in position despite the same

CNN editor Octavia Nasr was fired for expressing support for the recently deceased Hezbollah spiritual leader Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, one of the most disgusting lubricant they've ever had conducting them. But while this is good news, there's bad news too, as British ambassador to Lebanon Frances Guy has also mouthed off the wrong way about the fiend (also via The Weekly Standard):
One of the privileges of being a diplomat is the people you meet; great and small, passionate and furious. People in Lebanon like to ask me which politician I admire most. It is an unfair question, obviously, and many are seeking to make a political response of their own. I usually avoid answering by referring to those I enjoy meeting the most and those that impress me the most. Until yesterday my preferred answer was to refer to Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, head of the Shia clergy in Lebanon and much admired leader of many Shia muslims throughout the world. When you visited him you could be sure of a real debate, a respectful argument and you knew you would leave his presence feeling a better person. That for me is the real effect of a true man of religion; leaving an impact on everyone he meets, no matter what their faith....

The world needs more men like him willing to reach out across faiths, acknowledging the reality of the modern world and daring to confront old constraints.
This man truly knows how to sugarcoat some of the most abominable and indefensible. Daniel Halper explains why Fadlallah was truly repulsive, and does not deserve any good words.

Once again, a British politician has shown why that country produces some of the most awful.

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