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U.S. Government Considers Listing Turkish Charity As ‘Terrorists’

By Saed Bannoura – IMEMC News – July 15, 2010

The US State Department is considering whether to designate a Turkish charity as a ‘terrorist group’ after the organization sent a ship of medical and school supplies to the Gaza Strip in May.

The aid ship was attacked in international waters by the Israeli navy, and nine aid workers, including one US citizen, were killed.

The Foundation for Human Rights and Humanitarian Relief is a Muslim charity based in Turkey that funds humanitarian aid missions to troubled and impoverished places around the world.

Formed in 1992 with the goal of assisting Muslims in Bosnia, the charity has branched out to many places, including Lebanon, Pakistan, Sudan, Somalia and the Palestinian territories.

Although the Israeli-based Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center says the Turkish charity is quote “a radical Islamic organization with an anti-Western orientation,” the group has never been linked to any violent activities or groups.

When the aid ship was attacked by the Israeli navy in May, the U.S. Congress issued a statement declaring full support for the Israeli act of piracy, and the Obama administration did not criticize the attack.

Despite the fact that smuggled video footage shows passengers being killed execution-style by Israeli commandos, the U.S. government has continued its policy of unquestioning support of the Israeli attack.

July 15, 2010 - Posted by | Full Spectrum Dominance, Wars for Israel


  1. israel’s leading province — aka the usa

    Comment by henry | July 15, 2010

  2. In this topsy turvy world, the Muslims who provide funding and support for the besieged Palestinians, whose suffer daily Israel trial by missiles, indefinite incarceration without trial, cluster bombs attacks with wp,dm the US wants to classify them as terrorists yet those actually responsible for inflicting the savagery on the Palestinians, in violation of some 250UN resolutions, are to be classified as what Saints?

    Comment by lydia | July 15, 2010

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