Hizbullah accuses US administration of 'terrorism'

The terrorist Hizbullah group, long on the US State Department list of terrorist organizations, scoffed Saturday at finding itself named yet again, charging that it was the Bush administration that practiced what it called "state terrorism." Hizbullah, a Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim terror group backed by Iran and Syria, was reacting to the State Department's annual report Friday on worldwide terrorism. "The right move to place on a terrorism list is the one who supports Israeli terrorism against the Palestinian people and the Zionist occupation and aggression on Arab states," Hizbullah said.