Terrorists praise ‘courageous’ Naomi Campbell’s visit to Hugo Chavez

November 14th, 2007 - 8:32 am ICT by admin  
During her visit to Sao Paulo, Brazil, the British catwalk queen reportedly slammed US president George Bush.

She is reported to have said: “I’m not here to be political. I hate Bush.”

And now the terrorists are calling Campbell “courageous” and interpreting her actions to signify that the tides of America’s political scene are officially changing for the better.

“The visit presents a slap in the face to Bush and his government and his policy. The fact that she respects Chavez, and his ideals, can bring more people to follow this step,” the New York Daily News quoted Abu Nasser, chief of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades terror group in the Old City of Nablus in the West Bank, as saying.

Nasser also said that Campbell’s visit could influence others, saying, “When such a step comes from the United States and a person like her, this big person, I think this can have a big effect and this is a big hit to Bush and to his policy.”

Jihad Jaara, alleged leader of the 2002 siege of Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity, said he values “the courage of Campbell and her colleagues who visited Chavez and expressed their solidarity. This is a very courageous step that proves that the opposition of American policy is not only outside the U.S. but also in Bush’s own home.”

Nasser and Jaara made their comments to Brooklyn-born Aaron Klein, author of the book “Schmoozing with Terrorists,” and now Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNetDaily.com. (ANI)

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