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UH OH: New report reveals McMaster DENIED that Hezbollah is a terrorist group



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Added 09-13-17 12:37:02pm EST - “Well this is certainly disconcerting, if true: ARUTZ SHEVA ?" A new bombshell report alleges that a meeting between high-level Israeli officials and their American counterparts last month dete…” - Therightscoop.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Therightscoop.com: “UH OH: New report reveals McMaster DENIED that Hezbollah is a terrorist group”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

ARUTZ SHEVA – A new bombshell report alleges that a meeting between high-level Israeli officials and their American counterparts last month deteriorated when National Security Adviser H.R McMaster brushed off Israel’s concerns about Hezbollah, at one point backing up an aide who denied that Hezbollah is a terror organization.

According to the report on Channel 10 and PJ Media, McMaster yelled at Israeli officials, and denied that the Iran-backed militia is a terrorist group.

Israeli had sent a high-level delegation to meet with their American counterparts on August 27, in order to discuss the looming threat by the Hezbollah terror group. Israel is worried that the militia is becoming entrenched on its Syrian border, and were incensed with McMaster brought along NSC Senior Director on Counter-Terrorism Mustafa Javed Ali, even asking her to leave the room whenn she denied that Hezbollah is a terror group.

McMaster also repeatedly brushed off Israel’s concerns about Hezbollah, at one point yelling at the Israeli delegation, which included Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, the Israel Defense Forces Military Intelligence head Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi, and Zohar Palti, who heads the Defense Ministry’s political-security department.

This fits within the narrative that McMaster subscribes to Obama’s way of thinking on Islamic terror and the Palestinians, something that’s been reported on multiple times this year. So it may be true.

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