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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 12:56 pm
As Canadians employ traditional arrest-and-charge tactics against an, ahem, broad strata of terror bunnies, the Victorian Labor party is experimenting with a more inclusive approach in dealing with a chap accused of an unusual level of dictator-fondness:
A millionaire Victorian businessman who has vowed unswerving loyalty to a Middle Eastern dictator is almost certain to take a Labor seat in Victoria’s Parliament.
Syrian-Australian trucking boss Khalil Eideh has been chosen by Labor to run for one of its safest Upper House seats in November.
But the Sunday Herald Sun has seen two letters from Mr Eideh to the Syrian Government warning of Zionist threats, reporting to the terror-sponsor regime on Australians and pledging “absolute loyalty” to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad …
In an Arab newspaper in 2002, Mr Eideh wrote “Satan brigades are getting ready to enslave the Arab world”, praising “Arab martyrs” …
While admitting to authorising the letters to Syria, Mr Eideh yesterday denied any extremist views and said he abhorred terrorism.
“My first loyalty is to Australia, but, of course, with a Syrian background I like Syria,” Mr Eideh said.
Andrew Landeryou posts a translation of one of the letters.
(Via Murray L.)
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