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Jordan: Respect for Chavez

Jordanian blog 7iber reports: “After Hugo Chavez expelled Israel’s Ambassador to Venezuela earlier this week, Jordanians left flowers by the Venezuelan embassy in Amman on Thursday, January 8th, as a show of respect.” Click on the link for photographs.

4 comments

  • Jim

    What would Chavez do if Columbia launched 3000 missles into Venezuela? I would lay flowers at the Columbian ambassy’s door in the U.S.A.!

  • Ahmad

    All respect to Venezuelas president for expeling the Israely ambasador. This showes that those free from american influence can act freely. American polticians care about the number of votes they will lose if they denounce the Israely state teror so obvious in Gaza nowadays.Those are held hostage to their political ambitions rather than human sense towards others.

  • ces

    Colombia will never do such a thing… Brasil is the new chief and comander in the region unifing South American countries with the UNASUR. We are kind of tired of dealing with the hipocritic theaves from the north… Great promotional campaings trhough the media but after 4 decades of only image and no action, its very obvious that the only thing they want from South America is our natural resourses and our people’s freedom.
    IM not a Chave’s suporter but so far is got way more balls than most leaders in the world!

  • anon

    Each and every country in the world should follow this brave president’s act and expel the zionist ambasadors.

    Israel is a terrorist state and should be declared as one if not only the Palestinians but the world at large has to live at peace. Look at the catastrophe and chaos they have created backed by their USA masters in Afghanistan, Iraq & erstwhile parts of the USSR.

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