Dans le genre traître à sa propre patrie, on ne saurait faire mieux que ce triste personnage :
Finkelstein has expressed solidarity with Hezbollah and Hamas with respect to defensive actions, alleging that Israel invaded Lebanon as a signal of rejection when Hamas was seeking a diplomatic settlement with Israel. He also condemned what he said was Israel’s refusal "to abide by international law [and] to abide by the opinion of the international community" to settle the conflict.
I was of course happy to meet the Hizbullah people, because it is a point of view that is rarely heard in the United States. I have no problem saying that I do want to express solidarity with them, and I am not going to be a coward of [sic] a hypocrite about it. I don’t care about Hizbullah as a political organization. I don’t know much about their politics, and anyhow it’s irrelevant. I don’t live in Lebanon. It’s a choice that the Lebanese have to make : who they want to be their leaders, who they want to represent them. But there is a fundamental principle. People have the right to defend their country from foreign occupiers, and people have the right to defend their country from invaders who are destroying their country. That to me is a very basic, elementary and uncomplicated question.
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