Monday, August 14, 2006

The Herald of Civil War

Another pro Iranian and pro Syrian newspaper was published today, Al Akhbar (the news), its owner, the arrogant mercenary Ibrahim Al Amin wrote that Hezbollah will not give up its weapons and he went on to accuse Lebanese politicians of implementing the will of the United States and Israel.

The paper also interviewed (the I hate Hariri because he is not backing my Presidential candidacy) General Michel Aoun who accused the Hariri camp and their allies of coordinating with the US and therefore having prior knowledge of the Israeli attack.

In any other country such accusations of betrayal spun by Iranian and Syrian funded papers such as Ad Diyar and Al Akhbar should lead to investigations or libel trials.

In Lebanon it usually leads to civil strife.

12 Comments:

Blogger EvilConCarne said...

I am disappointed and worried. I can't believe the egomaniacal Aoun is willing to sell out all of Lebanon for his political aspirations...when will this country ever find peace?

14 August, 2006 09:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh man what a BS you are, if you didn't have Iran and Syria to blame how would live up your shitless life? Accept the responsibilities that you have and stop being such coward.

Anyway once you said Lebanon is not yours, enjoy your new life in London while you left others behind and stop mouning on something that was your mistake. I guess eveb if Tony or Bush say something in support of Syria you gonna accuse them as well.

Do you see any brightside to anything?

14 August, 2006 10:29  
Anonymous Battal Agha said...

Oulak what BRIGHTSIDE ya Homar??? What else in new in Lebanon? All the politicians are corrupt and if you thought for one moment that Zibballah wll disarm, then you must be on H......

14 August, 2006 19:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this country is lead by a group of Idiots . they keep talking about sabba farm . The UN will find the place a syrian teretory and than what? all that killing and loss for what?
these jerks are an working for Iran and they will destroy their own people for what?
Shame on them

14 August, 2006 19:56  
Blogger Lebanese Pride said...

Aoun is a PRO syrian rat,he needs to go back to France or to his real "home" in syria where the rest of the idiots reside. if Aoun thinks he will become president of lebanon then he needs to keep dreaming, he can keep whining, and crying like a pro syrian monkey but he will NEVER become president.

anyways, also some "good" news for the syrians...the UN report is not going anywhere, they can dream also just like Aoun. Dumb syrians and dumb aoun a perfect match.

GOD BLESS LEBANON!

14 August, 2006 21:43  
Blogger Carmel said...

oh, don't be so grim. i hope this little ego fight is indeed over or else too many people died for nothing....

18 August, 2006 00:55  
Blogger Motherearth2000 said...

I have solution to the middle east problem. As everyone seems to have an interest in the Shabba farms, move everyone out and turn it into the 'Paintball Farms' Next time there's a war of egos fight it there and leave everyone else alone. Charge huge entrance fees, winner takes all. Oh and make sure the old men politicians have to partake.Maybe this is tongue in cheek but we can all have dreams of 'fighting on computers' and leaving flesh and blood intact.

18 August, 2006 17:59  
Blogger Fearless said...

Geagea : La guerre a prouvé le caractère erroné de la logique de résistance défendue par le Hezbollah.

1. Que les Libanais ne permettent plus des bombardements contre leur Etat voisin.
2. Que les Libanais ne permettent plus de kidnapping d'habitants de leur Etat voisin.
3. Sinon l'Etat voisin fera encore et toujours pan-pan cul-cul aux Libanais.

C'est quand même pas compliqué!

Est-ce la faute d'Israël qui aurait kidnappé des soldats libanais? Qui aurait tiré des roquettes avec la volonté de tuer des musulmans par une belle journée?
Est-ce la faute aux Francais qui étaient entrain de déjeuner?
Est-ce la faute aux Américains qui étaient entrain de reconstruire leurs tours jumelles?

Non TOUT est de la faute des femmes et des hommes Libanais. Tout!

Comme ca aurait été de la faute aux Hollandais si des roquettes étaient parties de leur territoire pour s'abattre sur Bruges et si des Belges étaient retenus en otage aux Pays-Bas.

Alternative?

Ne pas tirer des roquettes et kidnapper.

19 August, 2006 09:31  
Blogger Fearless said...

Look mat the Lebanese 1000 pound note and the map of Lebanon on it and you will see that Sheba'a farms are considered by the LEBANESE to be in Syria. ( Now occupied Golan Heights)

19 August, 2006 09:33  
Anonymous Roger said...

Au moment où, du côté occidental et chrétien, la désinformation et la politique d’apaisement battent leur plein, petite remise des pendules à l’heure par l’Archévèque de Denver:
Extrait:

“Islam has embraced armed military expansion for religious purposes since its earliest decades. In contrast, Christianity struggled in its divided attitudes toward military force and state power for its first 300 years. No “theology of Crusade” existed in Western Christian thought until the 11th century. In fact, the Christian Byzantine Empire had already been resisting Muslim expansion in the East for 400 years before Pope Urban II called the First Crusade — as a defensive response to generations of armed jihad.

Much of the modern Middle East was once heavily Christian. Muslim armies changed that by imposing Islamic rule. Surviving Christian communities have endured centuries of marginalization, discrimination, violence, slavery and outright persecution — not always and not everywhere; but as a constant, recurring and central theme of Muslim domination.

That same Christian suffering continues down to the present. In the early years of the 20th century, the Muslim Ottoman Empire murdered more than 1 million Armenian Christians for ethnic, economic, but also religious reasons. Many Turks and other Muslims continue to deny that massive crime even today. Coptic Christians in Egypt — who, even after 13 centuries of Muslim prejudice and harassment, cling to the faith — continue to experience systematic discrimination and violence at the hands of Islamic militants.

Harassment and violence against Christians continue in many places throughout the Islamic world, from Bangladesh, Iran, Sudan, Pakistan and Iraq, to Nigeria, Indonesia and even Muslim-dominated areas of the heavily Catholic Philippines. In Saudi Arabia, all public expressions of Christian faith are forbidden. The on-going Christian flight from Lebanon has helped to transform it, in just half a century, from a majority Christian Arab nation to a majority Muslim population.

These are facts. The Muslim-Christian conflict is a very long one, rooted in deep religious differences, and Muslims have their own long list of real and perceived grievances. But especially in an era of religiously inspired terrorism and war in the Middle East, peace is not served by ignoring, subverting or rewriting history, but rather by facing it humbly as it really happened and healing its wounds.”

19 August, 2006 09:36  
Anonymous personne said...

Roger, on en fait des tonnes ici avec de la theologie a cinq balles. Le conflit avec Hezbollah etait gerable et entendu, comme ca fait des annees qu'il y a des debordements des 2 cotes de la frontiere. Israel a decide d'en faire un plat cette fois-ci. Mais on ne peut pas nier que ca joue directement dans le camp de Hezbollah. De meme, Hamas et Fatah ont profere des demandes de negociations en debut de semaine. Resultat: Israel en a arrete quelques un de plus. C'est un conflit de frontiere qu'on est en train d'amplifier inutilememt.

23 August, 2006 13:09  
Blogger Leafless Eve said...

Ziballa...LOOOOL that's funny

24 January, 2007 02:18  

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