February 8, 2013, - 3:43 pm
Obama Lebanon Ambassador Funds Hezbollah Tourist Sites; Crashes US Car Into Wall, Shells Out Hezbo Cash
The Obama U.S. Embassy in Lebanon paid and is continuing to pay to “restore” Hezbollah tourist sites and strongholds through the U.S. Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP), such as in Tyre, where 75 Israeli soldiers were murdered and near where Col. William R. “Rich” Higgins, a U.S. Marine and U.N. Peacekeeper, was kidnapped and murdered by Hezbollah. The city is run by Shi’ite Muslims loyal to Hezbollah and the town’s mayor, Hassan Dbouk, whose relatives and constituents in Tyre, are Hezbollah “martyrs,” like Haitham Dbouk. His North American relatives, such as Mohamad Dbouk, were engaged in Hezbollah arms smuggling and cigarette scams. And Obama U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Maura Connelly hung out with Hezbollah loyalist Mayor Dbouk the other day, to celebrate this U.S. funding of Hezbollah “cultural preservation,” just after she crashed her vehicle into a supporting wall of a bridge. So guess who’s gonna pay for that to be repaired also? Ambassador Connelly, er . . . you. Col. Higgins and all of the U.S. troops who were murdered by Hezbollah are turning over in their graves.
It’s outrageous enough that we are paying for this “cultural preservation” BS to prop up Hezbollah. Now, we must pay for this moronic Dumbassador’s inability to drive. Heckuva job, dhimmichick. From the Dumbassadorette’s own press release announcing her bad driving and apologizing for it to Hezbo Muslims:
U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Maura Connelly visited Tyre yesterday to promote the protection of cultural property and visit project sites under the Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation.
During her visit, she met with the Mayor of Tyre, Mr. Hassan Dbouk, the head of the Union of Tyre Region Municipalities, Mr. Abed Mohsen Hosaini, Dr. Ali Khalil Badawi, Director of Antiquities for South Lebanon with the Ministry of Culture, and members of the Tyre Municipal Council. She also toured the Al-Bass ruins, the ancient city of Tyre, and the port of Tyre and discussed further ways that the United States may help contribute to the protection of Tyre’s rich cultural heritage.
The Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) was created by the U.S. Congress in 2001 and supports the preservation of cultural sites, cultural objects, and forms of traditional cultural expression in more than 100 developing countries.
This program has funded two cultural preservation projects in Tyre. In 2003, the U.S. Embassy supported the restoration of the funerary complex at the Al-Bass Necropolis that included the conservation and cleaning of various structures and elements of the necropolis, including an ornate Byzantine mosaic. In 2006, the program funded the conservation, protection and restoration of the Mubarakeh Tower in the historic port of Tyre. The tower, dating from the 1st century B.C., is among the last remains of Tyre’s ancient defensive walls.
While at the Al-Bass site, a U.S. Embassy vehicle parked too close to a modern wall built to shore up the main road to the site that caused part of the wall to collapse. Ambassador Connelly expresses the U.S. Embassy’s regret at this incident. The Embassy is coordinating with the Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Tyre to pay for the damages.
So much for the Muslim view of America as the cunning, evil Satan. No surprise that the Muslim view has evolved: we are now the clueless dummy dhimmis, who won’t–as Lenin predicted–sell the rope on which to hang ourselves. Nope, we give the rope away to our enemies and help ‘em make the noose.
Why the heck are Americans paying for Hezbollah “Cultural Preservation”?
Tags: Abed Mohsen Hosaini, Al-Bass ruins, Ali Khalil Badawi, Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation, car accident, Cultural Preservation, Dumbassadors, Hasan Dbouk, Hassan Dbout, Hezbollah, Lebanon, Maura Connelly, Tyre, U.S. Ambassador Maura Connelly