Will Donald Trump Say Anything About the Attack on the USS Liberty?

By Richard Edmondson

This Thursday, June 8, will mark the 50th anniversary of the Israeli attack upon the USS Liberty. Will President Trump bother to pay tribute to the 34 US sailors who lost their lives that day? Will he express any sort of condolences to their families? Will he take the time to at least maybe post a tweet acknowledging his awareness of what happened 50 years ago?

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Assad Says US Attack Was Intentional, Lasted for More Than an Hour

Launching an aerial attack on military personnel of another country and then claiming afterwards it was an accident –sounds like a familiar story. Has Ashton Carter taken a page out of the Israeli playbook? According to the findings of the Independent Commission of Inquiry into the Israeli Attack on the USS Liberty, the combined air and naval assault that took place on June 8, 1967 lasted for two hours and was preceded by eight hours of aerial surveillance.

Letting Israel ‘Get Away With Anything’

Here, for those who may not have seen it yet, is an Al Jazeera documentary that came out  in November of last year. The 49-minute video examines the June 8, 1967 attack on the USS Liberty, providing explosive new evidence that the Israelis, despite claims to the contrary, knew all along that the ship they were attacking was a US ship. The documentary ends with the words:

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The Day Israel Attacked America — New Documentary

“The Day Israel Attacked America” is a new documentary produced by Al Jazeera on the Israeli attack upon the USS Liberty. The Liberty was a US Naval ship, and the attack on it occurred on June 8, 1967–a day that should “live in infamy” if ever there was one. A little bit about the documentary, including how it came to be produced, as well as the newly-obtained evidence pointing to deliberate Israeli criminality it presents, is given in the article below.

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Leaving the USS Liberty Crew Behind

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By Ray McGovern

On June 8, 1967, Israeli leaders learned they could deliberately attack a U.S. Navy ship and try to send it, together with its entire crew, to the bottom of the Mediterranean – with impunity. Israeli aircraft and torpedo boats attacked the USS Liberty, a state-of-the-art intelligence collection platform sailing in international waters off the Sinai, killing 34 of the 294 crew members and wounding more than 170.

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Aid and Comfort to the Enemy: American Legion Honchos Betray Liberty Veterans


The USS Liberty, June 1967, after coming under attack by Israel

A rather astonishing report on some rather servile–and decidedly unpatriotic–deference to Israel within one of America’s most preeminent veterans organizations…

By Allison Weir

The American Legion, founded in 1919, is the nation’s largest wartime veterans’ assistance organization. According to its mission statement, the Legion is committed to “devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.” Yet, Legion honchos are actively hostile to veterans of the USS Liberty – the most decorated ship since World War II…

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