WND: “If there will be an Israeli attack against Lebanon in the future, American citizens and the American embassy in Lebanon will not be secure,” said Samir Kuntar, who led a protest yesterday outside the U.S. embassy in Beirut.
Kuntar was release in July along with four other Lebanese convicts in a deal with the Hezbollah terror group that saw the remains of two Israeli soldiers returned to Israel. He was serving multiple life sentences in an Israeli prison for murdering three Israelis, including smashing to death a 4-year-old girl with the butt of his rifle.
In Lebanon, Kuntar now chairs the Lebanese Committee for Solidarity with Cuba, which is an organization that petitions for the international community to normalize relations with Cuba.
Kuntar organized a protest outside the U.S. embassy to petition for the release of Cuban prisoners being held in American prisons. There, he also called for solidarity with Venezuela and applauded the anti-American stances of Cuba and Venezuela.
H/T Baron Bodissey