Chomsky meets with Hezbollah


Noam Chomsky proves why AlterNet readers voted him their most valuable progressive by visiting Lebanon and meeting with Hezbollah leader Nabil Qauq.

In May, Chomsky met with Qauq and visited the Al-Khiyam prison. Al-Khiyam is where Israeli forces kept Lebanese prisoners before the area was liberated in 2000.

Chomsky calls the liberation 'a victory for all the peoples that fight injustice and oppression.' Check out coverage of the trip from New TV, Lebanon.

For more in-depth coverage of Chomsky's visit, check out Znet.

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