Earthquake. Cholera. Political strife. And now Sarah Palin.
The former US vice-presidential candidate is visiting Haiti's refugee camps on a mission variously described as bringing great comfort to the people of the Caribbean country and an attempt to bolster her weak foreign policy credentials ahead of a possible run for the White House.
Palin arrived at the invitation of Franklin Graham, a leading evangelical preacher who has drawn criticism for calling Islam a "religion of war" and for saying that Barack Obama has "the seed of Islam" in him.
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