Maybe what I am going to write, as my first post on this blog, is a bit controversial. But I'm fed up. I want to say all the things that have been resounding in my mind for a while and were annoying me. Palestinian camps! Politicians are saying the weapons should not be outside the camps. Why should they be inside the camps? Are camps strategic sites that help in the war against Israel? Or these weapons are targeting Lebanon itself and its sovereignty? I'm not telling that we should not support the palestinian cause. We can, but not in Lebanon. I used to be among those who defended this cause in Lebanon. (well, not quite, because at the time I wasn't born or was too young) But I found out, after all these years that I was wrong. (btw, i always do self criticism which i found healthy) Not only me. All those who participated in the war, from both sides. They killed each others for an illusive cause. For a cause that wasn't really worth it. (for us, as Lebanese) Lebanon has a history in either relying on foreign forces or defending other's causes. What did we gain from all this. Nothing. We lost too much. I hope that all Lebanese have learned from the past. I think we should see the war in a perspective that helps us surpassing all the problems and crisis we are and will encounter, as Lebanese. I'm not being xenophobic, not at all. But I think that we have the right to be chauvinistic, especially in these crucial times of Lebanon's modern history. The problem in Lebanon that there are many critical issues that are considered as taboo which is not healthy, and it's continuing till now.