Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Clarifying Ideas – El Salvador

This is a program called Clarifying Ideas from El Salvador.

I wish my Spanish were better, but his general topics on this show were Arab culture and the Palestinians.

Notice that the speaker’s is named Kattán, which is an Arabic surname. (Hint: Qattan)

As best as I can tell, this gentlemen is pushing an Islamic, as well as Arabic, point of view on his program.

Salvador has many Arabs among them.

Ironically, a former President of El Salvador (2004-2009), Antonio Saca, was a descendant of Palestinian Catholics from Bethlehem, now under a degree of Israeli martial law (it is bordered by the wall).

Even more ironically, Antonio Saca, though descended from Catholics, is a strong Evangelical Protestant.

Even more more ironically, El Salvador was the last country to have its embassy in Israel’s Jerusalem – considered a show of support for Israel’s claim to Jerusalem.

Almost all embassies are now in Tel Aviv.