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Sayed hassan nassralah speech

Postby Abou Jamra » Thu Feb 14, 2008 1:48 pm

Harounnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

did you hear that?

What a speech!!!!

السيد نصرالله: في أي حرب مقبلة لن ينتظركم عماد مغنية واحد ولا عدة آلاف مقاتلين فقد ترك لكم عماد مغنية عشرات الآلاف من المجاهدين المدربين

السيد نصرالله لإسرائيل: إذا أردتم هذا النوع في الحرب المفتوحة فلتكن

السيد نصر الله: النقطة الثالثة، للعدو ، لأننا لا نغدر وللصديق، طلبا للعذر أقول: لقد قتل الصهاينة مغنية في دمشق وكل معلوماتنا تؤكد هذا الأمر، أقول لهم لقد قتلتم الحاج عماد خارج الأرض الطبيعية للمعركة، كنتم تقتلونا على أرضنا اللبنانية ولكنكم اجتزتم الحدود

السيد نصرالله: لا يكفي ان تنتهي حفلة الشتم باليد الممدودة لكنني أربأ بمناسبة استشهاد الحريري وبمناسبة هذا التشييع لقائد كبير أن أرد على حفلة الشتائم لكن بالإختصال أكتفي بكلمة واحدة لبنان الذي قدمنا على أرضه أغلى قادتنا وأولادنا واطفالنا لن يكون إسرائيليا يوما من الأيام ولن يكون أميركيا ولن يقسم ولن يفدرل

السيد نصرالله: لبنان سيبقى بلدا للوحدة والعيش المشترك وعلى الرغم من إرادة من يستدعون الجيش للحرب عن لبنان وسوريا لأنهم أصغر من أن يشنوا حربا ومن من يستدعون الفتنة ولبنان هذا باق باق باق بلدا للوحدة والكرامة والشهامة والسيادة والعزة ولذلك كان أبدا ودائما يستحق الشهداء
السيد نصر الله: من يطلب الطلاق فاليرحل عن هذا البيت إلى واشنطن


السيد نصرالله: لبنان هذا لن يكون اسرائيلياً في يوم من الايام ولن يكون اميركياً ولن يقسّم ولن يفدرل ومن يطلب الطلاق فليرحل من هذا البيت وليذهب الى اسياده في واشنطن وتل أبيب

The message is clear stay away from Israeli embassies and consulates where ever you may be in the world.

If i were Jumblatt i would be shitting in my pants right now. JaaJaa better shut his mouth and not say a word this is much bigger than him.


ALLAH NASSRALLAH WAL RABIEH KELLA
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Postby Abou Jamra » Thu Feb 14, 2008 2:15 pm

labbayka ya general aoun

labbayka nasroullaaaaaaaah

labbayka ya loubnan

al ghadabou el sati3ou kadem
wa ana koulli 2imaaaaaaaan
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Postby haroun » Thu Feb 14, 2008 5:23 pm

Fatass is feeling the heat.. His chief of staff is dead. The noose is getting tighter around his neck. All he can say is baaa3 baa3. Terroists ya AJ never won a battle, cetainly never a war and they will never do.

Anytime he's going to start something stupid we're ready, Israel is ready and the whole world is ready. I guess the only ones not ready are the virgins...

شمعون: حرام أن يعير احد عون أهمية لأن دواءه ليس عندنا بل في العصفورية
الجوزو: لقد سقط لبنان وسقطت حكوماته، بفضل إرهاب حزب الله
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Fri Feb 15, 2008 1:31 am

The rate that they're popping off the face of the earth these days, I don't believe there will be enough of them waiting in heaven for these two timers...

This is of course another example of reactionary politics: on the one hand claiming martyrdom, but, below the veil of tranquility, there burns the fire from within, the hatred, the fear, the anger, the revengefulness....the violence. They act out of fear and anger at the knowledge that they have been pierced right in the heart, and this is a normal and natural feeling, because it is a reality shock, and I would have expected no less a reaction. So the first response is obviously denial, and the rushing to all extents to maintain a macho and overpowering identity... thus the declaration of war worldwide... how extreme does it go? Perhaps a universe-wide war... Yes, declare war all you like, but it's not going to wind back time.

In order to steer away from reality, reasonably silly people tend to dig their heads in the sand and keep feeding themselves this kind of nonsense to keep their inherently scattered egos intact. Unfortunately for them: what they believe in, and what the reality of the situation is, are two very different things.
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Postby danyhr » Fri Feb 15, 2008 9:37 am

Not that i lose sleep over it, but how do people other than brainwashed shia actually follow this guy and his allies???????? The human brain fascinates me.....hmmm.........
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Postby Abou Jamra » Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:05 am

danyhr wrote:Not that i lose sleep over it, but how do people other than brainwashed shia actually follow this guy and his allies???????? The human brain fascinates me.....hmmm.........


Nasrallah-Aoun: Putting a face to the other


It was an event that this country has never witnessed before. Not that the country has not witnessed many unique events in its history.
However, on 6 February 2008, the Secretary-General of Hizbullah, Hassan Nasrallah, and the leader of the Free Patriotic Movement, Michel Aoun, appeared on television together to explain the "Agreement of Understanding" they had signed two years before. Watching the two men, who differ on almost every issue, sitting together, talking to each other, and, mostly, listening to each other, is an unprecedented sight in Lebanon .
Nasrallah is a sheikh and a Shia sayed, or descendant of the prophet. He grew up in a poor Christian neighbourhood that he had to leave with his family when the Lebanese Civil War started in the mid-1970s.

He moved between South Lebanon, Baalbak, Najaf in Iraq, and Qom in Iran for a while, studied Islam, became a sheikh, fought the Israelis in the south during the 1982 invasion, and was one of the founders of an organisation that grew to force Israel out of Lebanon in 2000 and defeat the main goal of the deadly war it launched in July 2006, namely to destroy Hizbullah.

When Nasrallah was born in 1960, Michel Aoun was training to become a lieutenant in the Lebanese army he had joined in 1955. Aoun was born in 1935 to a lower-middle-class family that struggled to pay his tuition fees at the prestigious Freres School . The Civil War drove him out of the neighbourhood of Haret Hreik in the southern suburbs of Beirut , the same neighbourhood that Hizbullah chose some decades later for its headquarters.
Aoun learnt French, English, Spanish and Italian. During his military career, he travelled to many Western countries, where he spent considerable amounts of time training, mostly in France and the US . His daughters grew up in upper-middle-class Lebanese circles.

In 1984, when Nasrallah was fighting the Israelis in South Lebanon , Aoun became commander-in-chief of the Lebanese army. And in 1990, when the Syrians led Aoun out of the country, Hizbullah was preparing to join the Lebanese parliament and become a "legal" and established component of the country's political scene.

During the 15 years Aoun spent in exile in France , Nasrallah's presence on the Lebanese scene grew in prominence and popularity. In 1992, he was elected secretary-general of Hizbullah; in 1997, his elder son Hadi was killed during a battle with the Israelis in South Lebanon; in 2000, Lebanon celebrated the Israeli withdrawal, mostly thanks to Hizbullah's efforts. The man himself, though, was confined to a sort of self-imposed house arrest in the southern suburbs of Beirut for security reasons.

During the same 15 years, Aoun founded the Free Patriotic Movement and lobbied for Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon in international circles. This was the same Syrian presence that facilitated Nasrallah's accomplishments back home.

These are two men who lived in a country where they were never supposed to meet, not even accidentally. They would not even walk on the same streets, meet the same people, speak the same language in their homes, go to the same restaurants, or shop at the same places. They don't even have the same accent.

People with different backgrounds are not supposed to meet in Lebanon . You can grow up in Beirut, visit Paris 300 times, and die before you even think of seeing [the northern province of] Akkar. And you can live and die in Bint Jbeil in the South, and spend your whole life cherishing the memory of the only visit you ever paid to Baalbak in the Bekaa.

This separation is not about different religious or political backgrounds. Rich Christians and rich Muslims are "best friends". Their kids go to the same schools, wear the same brands, ski together, and spend summers in the same countries. Their wives carry the same three-figure price-tagged bags, go to the same beauty parlours, and fancy the same luxurious restaurants. And the men like doing business together, keeping the money in the same circles, lobbying together to keep things the way they are.

Only poor Lebanese never meet in this country. The Christian neighbourhood of Ain Al-Rumaneh is just one street away from the Shia neighbourhood of Shayyah. This is a deadly street and one that witnessed the ugliest atrocities of the Civil War. This is a street that regularly witnesses clashes between people living on both sides.

Yet, families on both sides never get to know how similar they are: all struggling lower-middle-class families who can barely make ends meet. Their bitterness, their anger, goes in the wrong direction. For "the Other" is not someone who lives differently. The Other is someone who is very similar to themselves.

It was on this street that Nasrallah and Aoun met publicly two years ago and announced they had decided to join efforts to achieve common goals, at least to achieve the goals they both have in common. Neither man asked the other to change radically. Neither ignored how different the other was.

Back then, most people in the country thought it was a bad joke, or at best a tactical move to embarrass opponents. However, no one then knew that this move would have to face a cruel test in the shape of a war that in few weeks left at least 1,200 people dead, one million displaced, and a country half destroyed and totally divided.

No one believed the agreement would withstand such a test.

Yet, Aoun's followers opened their houses to Nasrallah's followers fleeing the Israeli fire and destruction. In these houses, both sides came to see how similar they were: the Other had a face now, a name, a few kids, tears and smiles.

Putting a face to the Other was what it was.

Regardless of what Aoun and Nasrallah represent politically, these are two men who have come a long way. Like few before them, they each decided to give up a little, to find common ground, and to take it from there. They say their ultimate goal is to build a country where the citizen is king. This is what they explicitly said last Wednesday.

Nasrallah said he will never "want to establish an Islamic republic in Lebanon and disturb its diversity, which is the same diversity that allows" him to be what he wants to be. Aoun said that he wants a country of equal citizens.

This is a first, and not only in Lebanon . Leaders who want the citizen to be king?

Well, today at least in Lebanon two leaders went on record to announce that the concept of citizenship, with all that it entails, had found a tiny place on their busy agendas


You have these two great generals working towards national reconciliation and these two war lords working towards partitioning the country.

آخر خبرية ...

كشف الوزير السابق ميشال سماحة في حديثٍ تلفزيونيٍ أن النائب وليد جنبلاط والسيد سمير جعجع بحثا خلال لقاءٍ على العشاء في منزل جنبلاط التفاصيل التنفيذية للفدرالية، مشيرًا إلى وجود زعماء يستعملون الغريزة والطائفية والإقطاعية لبناء الكانتونات
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Postby haroun » Sun Feb 17, 2008 6:21 pm

You beat me to Rambo...

Really look who is coming up with "concept of citizenship": Aoun and Fatass. A coward and a terrorist; one thinks he's the only Lebanese worthy to be president, the other is the only man that should control the destiny of the contry and its people. I say both of them can go to hell.

كشف الوزير السابق ميشال سماحة في حديثٍ تلفزيونيٍ أن النائب وليد جنبلاط والسيد سمير جعجع بحثا خلال لقاءٍ على العشاء في منزل جنبلاط التفاصيل التنفيذية للفدرالية، مشيرًا إلى وجود زعماء يستعملون الغريزة والطائفية والإقطاعية لبناء الكانتونات


Michel Smeha the syrian agent said that? It must be true then. Especially if he said it on OTV, Manar or similar hate horns. No need to bring we2am Wahhab to confirm it, Aounieh crowds already believe it.

For those not aware, Smeha was the Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf of Lebanon for a long time and never relenquished this role. He's expert at explaning such things as why the US ambassador to Lebanon goes to the restroom at a certain time, and why George bush combs his hair a certain way...

شمعون: حرام أن يعير احد عون أهمية لأن دواءه ليس عندنا بل في العصفورية
الجوزو: لقد سقط لبنان وسقطت حكوماته، بفضل إرهاب حزب الله
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Postby Abou Jamra » Mon Feb 18, 2008 8:27 am

haroun wrote:. I say both of them can go to hell.




haroun wrote:
Haroun curses the living. We curse the dead. Same thing.


Not true, I never cursed anyone in my life dead or alive! :wink:


This is just one of the many examples. Why doesn't officer danyhr issue you a ticket?

Partition is what they are working towards and with it comes the nationalisation of the palestinians. Is this what LF wants? greater Bchare?

Grant the palestinians a right of return to their home land, national unity government, new electoral law.
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Mon Feb 18, 2008 9:23 am

Before granting anybody anything, how about giving a Palestinian referendum on the issue? Even if nationalisation is imposed on the Palestinians, are they even going to accept giving up their real homeland?
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Postby Abou Jamra » Mon Feb 18, 2008 10:05 am

Prince Cadmus II wrote:Before granting anybody anything, how about giving a Palestinian referendum on the issue? Even if nationalisation is imposed on the Palestinians, are they even going to accept giving up their real homeland?


Sunni and Christian Palestinians will, the Shia simply won’t.

The Sunnis are praying for this. Naturalising them will almost guarantee them billions and billions of dollars of aid from KSA and the US thus allowing them to purchase what’s left over of Christian land. Naturalising them will make the Sunnis the majority sect in Lebanon. For the Christians it’s a way out of Lebanon, with Lebanese citizenship the migration process is made much simpler. This is what Kissinger had always wanted. Ship the Christians (not only Palestinian Christians) out and ship the Palestinians in. The Shia well… they want to ship the Zionist enemy out to the sea.

Nationalist leaders like GMA and SHN will make sure this wont happen. No partitioning, no nationalisation of the palestinians.

“Lebanon too small to be partitioned too big to be swallowed.” GMA
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Postby danyhr » Mon Feb 18, 2008 10:42 am

pull out the violins please! blah blah blah, all you regurgitate is plagarised crap. What a romantic philosophy between Aoun and hassan, wow, i don't see how i didn't know any of this before, thanks for pointing out the obvious, which is that it's all a crock of b.s.

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Postby Abou Jamra » Mon Feb 18, 2008 11:24 am

danyhr wrote:pull out the violins please! blah blah blah, all you regurgitate is plagarised crap. What a romantic philosophy between Aoun and hassan, wow, i don't see how i didn't know any of this before, thanks for pointing out the obvious, which is that it's all a crock of b.s.

I'm bored. i'm going to talk to my exciting brick wall.


Plagarising is when you take parts of an article or essay and present it as your own (which i did not). I cut paste the entire article from al ahram weekly. i will remember next time to use the harvard system of refrencing so that i wont get accused of plagarising.


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Postby Abou Jamra » Mon Feb 18, 2008 12:00 pm

danyhr wrote:Not that i lose sleep over it, but how do people other than brainwashed shia actually follow this guy and his allies???????? The human brain fascinates me.....hmmm.........


Norman Finkelstein tell us why

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDe65-nF3FQ
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