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Video: Galloway: Hezbollah Is Not A Terrorist Org

Video: George Galloway: Hezbollah Is Not A Terrorist Organization

www.informationclearinghouse.info - British MP George Galloway explodes at Sky News stating: Hezbollah Is Not A Terrorist Organization! Essential viewing - One mans terrorist is another mans freedom fighterGeorge Galloway has spoken out in support of Lebanon, saying he believes Hizbollah is justified in defending Lebanon against Israeli attacks . The Respect MP also lambasted media coverage of the war and said the UN resolution means nothing.

 

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