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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Shiites are outraged as German parliament slated to debate ban of Hezbollah

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The German Bundestag is scheduled to debate a bill on Thursday to outlaw the radical Islamic organization Hezbollah in the federal republic.
At the behest of the Alternative for Germany party, or AfD, the Bundestag will debate a nonbinding resolution calling on the government to “examine whether the conditions exist for a ban on Hezbollah as one organization, and, if necessary, to issue such a prohibition and implement it immediately.”
In practice, this decision will ban the "Quds Day" annual march which is a day Iran created as a platform for terror-sympathizers to declare support and loyalty to the terrorist organizations such as Hamas, Hezbollah, the Islamic Jihad and the Revolutionary Guards in Iran.
Hezbollah is an Islamic terrorist organisation, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime.