Granted, it's one in Lebanon, but still...:
GENEVA, April 28, 2013 – A famous San Francisco tech finance pioneer is being called upon to cancel his sponsorship of a lecture tomorrow night that will honor a UN official who was denounced by world leaders last week for suggesting that the Boston bombings were somehow the fault of the U.S. and Israel.
In a letter sent today to Bill Hambrecht, the 77-year-old investment bankerwho took Apple Computer public, the Geneva-based UN Watch, a non-governmental human rights monitoring organization, urged him not to honor Richard Falk, the UN Human Rights Council's expert on Palestine, as a "Distinguished Peacemaker" at the American University of Beirut,only days after he was condemned by UN chief Ban Ki-moon, and by the US, UK and Canadian governments, for blaming the Boston terrorist attack on “the American global domination project” and “Tel Aviv.”
The letter was also sent to Professor Peter Dorman, President of the American University of Beirut, and to the U.S. ambassador in Lebanon."A Distinguished Peacemaker"? Well, yes. But only if you understand "peace" in the Islamic sense of the word (as the "peace" that will be in place once Israel and all infidel lands submit).
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