If it’s time to list Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, it’s also time to include Mossad

Following Bulgaria’s announcement that suspects involved in the Burgas bombing which killed five Israeli tourists last July, have been linked to Hezbollah, Tom Donilon, national security adviser to President Obama, has written an op-ed for the New York Times. Predictably, he calls on the EU to add the Lebanese organization to its terrorist list. No doubt this will help the White House score points with Israel and also win favor with Iran hawks. However, a larger story is being obscured.

Let’s assume that the bombers were indeed linked to Hezbollah. That doesn’t necessarily make this a Hezbollah operation or an operation serving Hezbollah’s interests. A more likely scenario is that the attack was conducted on behalf of Iran in retaliation for a string of terrorist attacks launched by Israel against civilian targets in Iran.

If the EU goes ahead and lists Hezbollah as a terrorist organization and they want to be even-handed, they should also list Mossad — especially at a time when there is rather compelling evidence that Mossad is even willing to murder Israelis.

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  1. Even handed Paul. Of course, if Mossad were to be listed in kind, what would happen? Nothing, because everyone is afraid of being called anti-semitic, as far as the west is concerned. They sure have gotten away with that for all these years, but their day in court is rapidly approaching, then what will they say or do? Armageddon, a real possibility, considering the Nuclear bombs they have. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if the deployment has been ongoing. Now, how do they square that with their God, blaming him for their own failure to live in peace?