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Postby Charbel » Mon Dec 17, 2007 1:36 am

and your enemies even closer.

Maybe thats why Aoun is sleeping with the so called "enemy" Hezo.

Wouldnt it be better to keep in close contact with the enemy rather than leave them alone without anyone knowing what they are upto?

Maybe thats why Aoun is sleeping with Fatass, so he can keep a close eye on him and his friends and keep him in check.
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Postby danyhr » Mon Dec 17, 2007 4:20 am

the first part of that sentence goes "keep your friends close.." this is NOT what Aoun is doing at all. Don't flatter him by thinking he or any other of these politicians are so strategically clever, Aoun's angle is called GREED.
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Tue Dec 18, 2007 12:20 am

aha..it's called political gerrymandering and self opportunism. Having a common enemy does not mean you are friends, and it's dangerous, in fact evil to base an alliance simply on a common enemy. Unfortunately that's the current go....
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Postby Abou Jamra » Wed Dec 19, 2007 12:51 pm

Their are no friends or enemies in lebanese politics. No winners and no losers. the only ones who feel powerless and defeated are the people, our politicians are always winners.

Charboula HA is not an enemy it's a partner in peace. coexisting with them is possible and FPM is showing the way.
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Postby haroun » Wed Dec 19, 2007 6:29 pm

Abou Jamra wrote:Their are no friends or enemies in lebanese politics. No winners and no losers. the only ones who feel powerless and defeated are the people, our politicians are always winners.

Charboula HA is not an enemy it's a partner in peace. coexisting with them is possible and FPM is showing the way.


In Lebanon, even if we lose we win. Israel decimates and blockades our country for 2 months yet we emerged victorious. An election was held, A group ended up with the minority, yet they think and act as if they won and they are the majority. The same applies to all facets of Lebanese life, a student gets an F in a class, he goes and threatens the teacher until he changes it to an A....

The FPM and the terrorists today are way beyond partners, the FPM trusts them more than their relatives. From the rhetoric, one would believe that they would replace the Batrak with fatass in heartbeat. Imagine, they are proud to have HA hands in their master pockets!.

As for the rest of us, this "partner in peace" is what Israel is to the Palestinians. It continues to dictate terms and conditions. it invaded the peaceful towns of the south (Rmeish EBl, ain Ebl, Jezzine...etc), shredded our cedar flags and replaced them with Iranian soiled diapers, brought us one disaster after another, engineered the killings of our best and brightest, stood on streets of the capital and crowed "thanks to Syria", our enemy of 30 years, closed off a large part of the country and made it terror zones and above all, it continues to chip at our constitution and the institutions that protect. What a partner it is, eh AJ!

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Postby danyhr » Thu Dec 20, 2007 4:04 am

Abou Jamra wrote:
Charboula HA is not an enemy it's a partner in peace. coexisting with them is possible and FPM is showing the way.


Seriously, did you write this in all seriousness or are you joking? "HA" and "peace" do not go together in a sentence unless you spell it"piece"; They have a machine gun on their flag, there is nothing peaceful about these terrorists. Coexistence? yeah perhaps, but you didn't specify in which way we'd be existing.
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Thu Dec 20, 2007 8:36 am

Danhyr he doesnt have to specify. We will be living in tyranny and oppression, under dictatorship and exclusion of free will.
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Postby danyhr » Thu Dec 20, 2007 10:29 am

exactly my point.
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Postby Abou Jamra » Thu Dec 20, 2007 1:05 pm

In Lebanon, even if we lose we win


Good for morale.

Israel decimates and blockades our country for 2 months yet we emerged victorious


Ya Haroun Israel admitted defeat, ya zalame shoo bek?? We have been through this before…

An election was held, A group ended up with the minority, yet they think and act as if they won and they are the majority


A group “C&R” lead by GMA’s FPM also got the majority of the Christian vote.

The FPM and the terrorists today are way beyond partners, the FPM trusts them more than their relatives. From the rhetoric, one would believe that they would replace the Batrak with fatass in heartbeat.


We will replace Batrak with Fr Salim Namour. This is our prayer from now on.

باسم العماد الرحمن الرحيم .....
اطلب من رجال الامن ان يكونوا مسلحين كفاية
اطلب ان يعرفوا كيف يحموك باجسادهم
فلا امل لنا الا انت
انت المخلص والرسول واخر الانبياء في لبنان
انت من وهبنا الحياة بعد موت سحيق للبنانيي
انت الامل والرجاء
ايماننا بك كله

كلمتك يا عمادي ...تشفينا من الام السياسة
والام هذا الوطن السحيق
وروح الشرق الخسيس
انت المثال وانت حبيبنا العلي
احمي نفسك وعلمهم اسرار الحماية
فانت كل ما بقي من كرامة لبنان


As for the rest of us, this "partner in peace" is what Israel is to the Palestinians. It continues to dictate terms and conditions. it invaded the peaceful towns of the south (Rmeish EBl, ain Ebl, Jezzine...etc), shredded our cedar flags and replaced them with Iranian soiled diapers, brought us one disaster after another, engineered the killings of our best and brightest, stood on streets of the capital and crowed "thanks to Syria", our enemy of 30 years, closed off a large part of the country and made it terror zones and above all, it continues to chip at our constitution and the institutions that protect. What a partner it is, eh AJ…


Change Rmeish, ain ebel, and jezzine and replace them with Deir al kamar, jieh, damour and what do you get? Those who destroyed our past cannot be trusted in building our future.

Now what solution do you have Haroun?

Ya man fhamou you cant eliminate them. You want to take something of someone you need to give them something better in return. HA is a partner in peace, a partner in negotiation and a partner in compromise and most importantly a partner in nation building.

Seriously, did you write this in all seriousness or are you joking? "HA" and "peace" do not go together in a sentence unless you spell it"piece"; They have a machine gun on their flag, there is nothing peaceful about these terrorists. Coexistence? yeah perhaps, but you didn't specify in which way we'd be existing


HA has always and will always maintain a “purity of arms” in Lebanon. It’s weapons will not be used internally. We will exist and resist together fighting tyranny, oppression, corruption and occupation.

Our first focal point of reform other than human liberation will be economic reform. We will fight capitalists and warlords who are exploiting the workers and the poor.

We can and we will exist together. We seem to be doing a fine job in Jieh. Why cant we do that on a national level?

Haroun, Dany and cadmus please tell me what is it exactly that you which you fear? You cannot not deal with HA, who whether you like it or not it represents the majority of Shia in leb, a sect that whether you like it or not is the largest in Lebanon. You cannot isolate them neither can you eliminate them. The only option you have is to work with them.
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Postby FB Inc » Thu Dec 20, 2007 2:54 pm

Peace for Lebanon..I dont think so..Wake up and fight for it and stop supporting them.


Hezbollah's General Secretary Sayed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a fiery and tantamount speech on Sunday November 11/07 in which he vows to maintain his party's Military Might,

challenged the whole free world, the UN resolutions, the majority of the Lebanese people, and evilly refused to disarm. His speech was seen by many observers as an open and bold declaration of war, and a mean Iranian-Syrian instigation for a coup in Lebanon. He said verbatim: "No one in the world can disarm Hezbollah, The resistance in Lebanon has determination, will, manpower and sufficient weapons to face Israel in a new conflict, No to the implementation of the UN Resolution 1559.(Security Council Resolution 1559) Hezbollah's recent maneuvers convey a message that the resistance is ready to make a historic victory that would change the face of the region. Any Lebanese president elected by a simple majority will not be recognized by the opposition, which would consider him to be an impostor,"

Clear, public, strong and deterrent stances in regards to Nasrallah's recent threats are urgently required from all Lebanese parties, communities and institutions, the United Nations and its Security Council, Europe, Free world countries, and the Arab League, because Hezbollah, this Iranian “Wilayat Al Fakih, Republican Guards” party, is apparently determined to topple the Lebanese democratic regime and erect in its place a replicate of the oppressive and religious Iranian Republic.

It is no longer acceptable, by any measure of law and self-respect, for any Lebanese from any social, religious, or ethnic background to surrender or remain passive towards these national and moral debaucheries. We, the Lebanese both in Lebanon and the Diaspora, must rebel against this hostage conditioning imposed upon us by terrorist and fundamentalist groups.

It is no longer acceptable that the Lebanese tolerate any further coexistence with conditions of fear, obedience, self-delusion, falsification of facts, and false witnessing.

It is no longer acceptable that the Lebanese play the role of the falling prey hiding behind outdated and obsequious political stances.

We should not remain silent watching the madness of pervert politicians whose only goal is to serve their own self-interest, bank accounts, and lust for power that inhabits their sick minds, all at the expense of the nation, its survival, and the Lebanese people's livelihood and dignity.

The highest of these sacrileges is the Hezbollah condition, its confused terminology, its fabricated accomplishments, its destructive role, its Irano-Syrian expansionist conspiracies, and its aggressions of all forms. This party, invented by Iran and nurtured by Syria since 1982 has been tasked with murder, assassinations, terror, the subjugation of the Lebanese Shiites, and the sabotage of the Lebanese regime and its dismantlement. This is neither a party, nor a resistance; rather, it is a formal de facto Iranian Army stationed in Lebanon, directly backed in weapons and funds by the Iranian regime. Hezbollah's ties to the Iranian regime transcend Lebanon's boundaries, and the group returns the favor to Tehran by training Shiite insurgents in Iraq to attack US interests there and worldwide.

No one among the Lebanese ignores that the financier, the ideologue, and the decision maker behind Hezbollah's marching orders is simply the Iranian regime. All Hezbollah’s local leaders are appointed and demoted by Iran. Their absolute loyalty is to Iran and to the religious edicts originating from its Mullahs. These Iranian agents have not one grain of loyalty whatsoever to Lebanon, its institutions, its constitution, and its society.

Hezbollah’s ethics and the doctrine of its masters in Damascus and Teheran consider Lebanon their war playground, no more no less. And the declared duty of this“ Jihadist” -“ Godly” party is to transform Lebanon by all means into a satellite state to Iran’s “Wilayat Al Fakih” state, a replicate of its fundamentalist mullah regime imposed through terror on the Iranian people.

The Syrian occupier (1976-2005) nurtured the Iranian Hezbollah during its 30 years of occupation of Lebanon. It provided it with all necessary logistical support to dominate its zones of influence within Lebanon in all aspects: militarily, culturally, and religiously. The Assad regime allowed Hezbollah to erect its own closed security quarters in Beirut, the South, and the Bekaa. As to the Iranian mullah regime, it committed to the financing, armament, and training of Hezbollah as well as the control of its administration, direction, and decision making.

There has never been a consensus on Hezbollah’s “resistance” role, because it was never a resistance against Israel as it has marketed itself. Neither was Israel’s withdrawal back in 2000 due to Hezbollah’s “resistance”. It was rather based on a public decision adopted by the Israeli state since 1985 due to local Israeli domestic considerations and to constant pressures from the Clinton Administration. Indeed, Hezbollah's actions played in favor of the Israeli occupation of the south lasting as long as it did, by delaying for 15 years an otherwise inevitable withdrawal. The reason: The presence of the Israeli army in Lebanon was convenient to the Syrian and Iranian regimes. This is why, following that withdrawal in 2000, Hezbollah - again instructed by Damascus and Tehran - concocted the Shebaa Farms charade to justify its continued "resistance" and its raison d'etre to continue raping Lebanese sovereignty and inflicting harm to Lebanon as a nation and as a people.

The so-called “consensus” on Hezbollah’s “resistance” during the Syrian occupation was a coerced position obtained through force and terror, and had nothing to do with the deliberate will and thinking of the Lebanese people. The “Shebaa Farms” themselves were occupied and annexed by Syria from Lebanon in the 1950s - after the murder of 3 Lebanese gendarmes posted there - until they were captured by Israel in 1967 during the six-day war. Shebaa falls under UN resolutions 242 (Security Council Resolution 242) and 338, (Security Council Resolution 338) and are considered by the international community as Syrian land. Hezbollah, Syria and Iran have marketed this lie to justify their continued occupation of Lebanon and to continue fomenting tensions along the Lebanese-Israeli borders.

It must be noted that the 1989 Taef Accord (Taef Accord) never mentioned any role of a “resistance”. It banned all armed organizations and weapons outside the legitimacy of the Lebanese State, and explicitly called for all militia weapons to be surrendered to the State as well as for the disbanding of all militias within 6 months of the implementation date of the Accord . It also upheld The 1949 Lebanese-Israeli Armistice Agreement

It is to be noted as well that the 2004 UN Resolution 1559 is an international embodiment of the "Taef Accord". It repeats clearly and without any ambiguity all of the provisions of Taef as to the disbanding of militias, the collection of illegal Palestinian and Lebanese weapons, and the support for the establishment of the Lebanese State's authority over all its territory using its own armed forces.

So to all the Lebanese sovereignist politicians and all honest Lebanese we say: Enough self-delusion, end the humiliation and the submission, announce loud and clear, candidly and without fear, to all the media, that Hezbollah was never a “resistance”, and that under all international and legal norms, Hezbollah is a formal Iranian Army stationed in Lebanon. Therefore, all allegations as to its so-called "resistance" role and its “sacred” weapons, are simply a crime against the truth and a brazen aggression against the people of Lebanon, against our existence, history, and dignity. As to those who suggest the merger of Hezbollah with the Lebanese army, they need to understand that such move would allow Hezbollah to dominate the army of the Cedars Nation and to consequently transform the Lebanese state into a total Hezbollah state. So be vigilant against this mortal ploy.

Any Lebanese presidential candidate who avoids dealing with these truths with courage and candor will be a toy in the hands of Hezbollah, a hostage in the hands of its masters in Damascus and Teheran, and an obedient tool in the hands of Hassan Nasrallah who would complete his domination of the Lebanese State.

In summary, the entire Lebanese problem today can be defined in two visions. The first is one of a free, sovereign, and independent Lebanese State with its thriving civil society, coexistence model, freedoms, democracy, and peace under international law and UN resolutions. The second is one of an Iranian-Syrian Hezbollah mini-state which, through threats and force, is expanding like an octopus to swallow the whole of Lebanon, impose its ideology and stone-age fundamentalism and totalitarianism, will annihilate everything Lebanese in identity and history. It will kill all that Lebanon has stood for centuries by making it a hostage to antiquated Islamic and Arab Nationalist ideologies.

The choice between these two visions is one to be made by the Lebanese who in their vast majority opted for the Lebanese State when 1.5 million of them demonstrated on March 14, 2005 during the peaceful and civilized “Cedars Revolution”. However, the Lebanese cannot on their own deter Hezbollah’s evil state-within-the-state which is an advanced base for the Axis of Evil (Syria-Iran). Lebanon therefore needs urgent military assistance from the international community in case of a final assault by Hezbollah, Syria and Iran in their attempt to sabotage the Lebanese presidential elections on November 21.

All free nations, Arab, European, and American, must realize that Lebanon must not fall under the domination of the two Axis of Evil states through their Hezbollah army in Lebanon. This is a very dangerous matter that will threaten stability and the future of sustainable peace, not only in the Middle East, but around the world. It happened before in Lebanon: In 1975, then in 1983. Both times, Lebanon was abandoned and the Free World fled before the march of barbarity, only to see its instruments - bombs, planes, and suicide bombers - follow it into every one of its cities. It should not happen again. Let those who have ears listen.
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Postby danyhr » Fri Dec 21, 2007 3:36 am

AJ wrote: HA has always and will always maintain a “purity of arms” in Lebanon. It’s weapons will not be used internally. We will exist and resist together fighting tyranny, oppression, corruption and occupation.

Our first focal point of reform other than human liberation will be economic reform. We will fight capitalists and warlords who are exploiting the workers and the poor.

We can and we will exist together. We seem to be doing a fine job in Jieh. Why cant we do that on a national level?

Haroun, Dany and cadmus please tell me what is it exactly that you which you fear? You cannot not deal with HA, who whether you like it or not it represents the majority of Shia in leb, a sect that whether you like it or not is the largest in Lebanon. You cannot isolate them neither can you eliminate them. The only option you have is to work with them.


AJ, it will take a lot more than HA to scare me. As for isolating them, they have achieved that on their own.

As there has not been a census in over 75 years i shall not give much weight to your "facts" regarding the shia population numbers. Whether they are 10 or 10 million no sect in Lebanon can have an unfair political advantage by having a military wing.

You've written "We will exist and resist together fighting tyranny, oppression, corruption and occupation." So waging war, illegal phone lines, road blocks, tent city...etc..etc... are none of these four things??? How many families have been affected by HA's clearly unpatriotic (to Lebanon anyway) actions?

In the name of sovereignty, justice and humanity the Christians can arm to protect lebanon against syria who for last 30 years raped our country dry. The Christians can claim to never use against the lebanese people also, but this will in turn give the Christians an unfair political advantage.

You say that we need protection against Isreal, i say HA in july '06 proved that could protect shit, you say they liberated the south in 2000, I say the Isreali would have left in '94 if it wasnt for HA.

Doesn't it make you suspicious when only up until Syria withdrew from lebanon HA was calling themselves the islamic resistance, not the lebanese one. The only reason you praise HA is because of your following mentally that if GMA now approves we must approve. GMA always hated HA, always hated syria, now you AJ, you're here preaching that HA weapons are sacred. Respect yourself, your backround and your country.
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Fri Dec 21, 2007 3:34 pm

The answer is this. Nazi Germany was elected, just like HA was, it was elected upon principles of renewal... fighting injustice, fighting the economic hardships... fighting for strength, and fighting against a real enemy.. yeah yeah, we've heard it all before.

Yes well, is there a difference? No. Most brilliant idealists have in some way or another swung to insanity just as Hitler did when he received that power. It's called greed. HN speaks and shouts with fear to ignite the fire inside his followers hearts exactly like Hitler used to do, to whip people up in a frenzy. The exact same firey speeches, the exact same hand movements, the exact same "intelligence" level... "he is so smart", they say. Yes but it doesn't mean he is good. What's good is not igniting evil power into people's hearts.

Unfortunately, he has already swung to isanity and is pretty much on par with Adolf Hitler at this point in time.

Fortunately, when he is plucked out, after being reduced to oblivion, his followers will be left dumbfounded and will lose all the power they felt in his presence. It's already almost the case now that today's reality means that he only does recorded video speeches...Pretty victorious isn't it? That's some achievement going from slim to none in terms of reliability and safety. It's a real defence point to start a war and then have to live the rest of your life underground. But hang on, I thought those weapons were "safeguarding" the nation????? Someone care to explain?

PS. DANYHR, you are right. HEZBOLLAH ONLY EVER BEGAN WAVING LEBANESE FLAGS NEXT TO THEIR OWN ON TV PRESS RELEASES ONCE SYRIA LEFT! Never before did you see their flag next to a Lebanese one. Suspicious isn't it? It's all fake, to try make it look like a domestic force.
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Postby haroun » Sat Dec 22, 2007 1:01 am

Excellent essay FB Inc. It’s a must read for everyone who wants history and facts about HA.

Except for AJ, It’s clear in this thread that we all share the same anxieties and apprehensions about this organization that sprouted in the land for the sole purpose of stealing our freedoms and alter our way of life.

I like to ask AJ how is HA a partner in peace? What peace is the FPM after when it was coerced to follow their orders and become their spokesman? Was that partnership or total surrender?.

What peace is accomplished by:
Shutting down a major part of the city?
Breaking the will of 55% of the people who elected a majority?
Making America the enemy and Syria/Iran the allies?
Covering up for HA terror camps and its ruthless intelligence services?
Approving their current platform while everyone knows it’s only a springboard to a conservative Islamic republic?

If W lost his patience with saffa7 Souria, the whole world has lost patience with Aoun. We are tired of him hijacking the Christian community and crushing its aspirations for a free independent Lebanon. The Patriarch is clear on that and himself has lost his patience with the lunatic of Rabieh. Aoun’s arrogance has turned him into the engine the enemies of the state are running to achieve their evil goals.

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Postby Abou Jamra » Sat Dec 22, 2007 8:06 am

Whilst all opinions and editorials (even if written by former FPM’rs like Elias Bejjani who have now sold out and can purchased for a few dimes) are appreciated. I have one question to ask, a question which you all seem to be avoiding.

What is the solution? How do you deal with HA?

Most have previously suggested the only way of doing so is by weakening them?

How do you go on about do so?

Disarming them? Fine… FPM is with you on that one and we have a common understanding and an agreement with HA (MOU).

Bejjani ought to forget about rhetorical speeches for a while because I can quote every single politician in Lebanon and come to my own conclusion and present that person or the organization he represents as a threat. Enough with academic replies and comments. Think outside the box. See things as they really are not how they ought to be or how you would like them to be.

You cannot isolate them politically. That will cause an uprising, a Shia social revolution. With all my respect to the Shia community in Lebanon I don’t necessarily consider it be an “intellectual one” (generally speaking). They cannot think for them selves (whether its because of religion or social status I wont discuss the reasons at present). If you guys think or hope that by weakening or isolating HA, the Shia population will turn away from the Party think again. Some things are so basic that there is no need for me to mention. The party is very structured and serving as both a resistance as well as a charitable organization. With the current debt, and lets say HA is eliminated today, the government cannot simply provide for 2 million people. How do you deal with that population?

Think on a social and humanitarian level people.

Reform the government, form a national unity one where all sects are equally represented and you will be heading towards a solution. Why all the fuss over national unity Gov. NO we don’t want the Palestinians nationalized, and really who gives a shit about the international tribunal? Many have died before and no tribunal was set then, do you really think this tribunal will stop killings and assassinations?

And enough with this HA Islamic republic bullshit. I can accuse your Sunni allies of the very same thing.

Can somebody amongst you please present a solution?

Ours is clear.

Danny: the MOU saw the libanonization of HA.

FBInc: Elias Bejjani article is just part of his declared war on GMA. I will try and find you some of the articles he wrote about JaaJaa, Harriri and Jumblat. Lol I think HA was let off easy.

Cadmus: Nazi Germany fought to regain the territory which was stripped of it in the Treaty of Versailles. It succeeded in doing both through military as well as diplomatic means. Then it lost all because as you say “Hitler’s greed”, fighting on two fronts in pursuit of “Lebensraum” and of course due to US intervention. Can you deny Hitler’s genius in the period 1929 to 1941? Nothing insane about Hitler that’s just how the Jewish controlled media depicts him to be.

Haroun: It’s a partner in peace because every time their is an argument between the hara boys (men baitak wa bel tale3) and the nabe younis boys HA intervenes and stops it and makes sure the problem doesn’t escalate ;-) and HA keeps the the zou3ran from barjalona away J. If it wasn’t a partner in peace then my friend you guys wont be predicting fear you will be living it.

Aoun, Allah, nassrallah, rabieh, wal dahye kella.
Aoun, Allah, nassrallah, rabieh, wal dahye kella.
Aoun, Allah, nassrallah, rabieh, wal dahye kella.


Have fun folks it’s Christmas. Don’t be too serious in your replies be casual. Al Mehdi atee J

Yalla give me your solutions and I will be a bit more serious in my next reply if you guys persist.

Non-violence or non-existence the choice is yours ;-)
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Postby danyhr » Sat Dec 22, 2007 11:45 am

AJ the condescending manner in which you write does not anger people, actually it's quite humorous.

If i had the "solution" for you i would be first female president of Lebanon. But i would probably work from an angle of process of elimination:
* HA not the ally that Christians need (birds of a feather); therefore work it out with other christian parties/figures first no matter how improbable it may seem;
* most importantly, DO NOT DISRESPECT THE BATRAK/BKIRKI, claim to be leading the christians and therefore expose them to justifiable (in your eyes) slander from other sects - this is one of the foundation rules and codes of any family - wherein you are told you must not disrespect your own family as you open the door for others to do the same.
*perhaps maybe educate the so-called president in waiting (GMA) on the democracies of the world and how they work, so maybe it would make sense to the general population what exactly he is planning to do with the situation from a logical point of view.
*The corruption, propaganda and disservice to the community, etc.. that FPM and it's allies are involved with is a minus. ( relax, i realise there's corruption in all areas/parties in Lebanon)

I can go on. From a conservative point of view, basically, blood is thicker than water- by this i mean Christians (representing a family) should stick together and then go from there. Nobody said it was going to be easy, but this squabbling, finger-pointing, back-stabbing, murderous climate that has evolved is clearly tragic. We christians have always played a key role in the emergence of Lebanon as we know it , therefore if we went back to our foundations, regrouped we can together figure it out.

Even if i had no interest in politics or wasn't even Lebanese, if i had come across what was happening now, i would know that, as a christian, HA are not the ally, attacking and turning my back on my Church is not the way, being led by my own ambitions is selfish and none of it would lead to the greater good.

So no, i haven't the solution, but i do know that Aoun has his back to the light and is dancing with the shadows.
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