18.7.06

LOL

LOL. this is getting really fun. thy are either foolish or they are not geting it right.. 7aram hal 3alam :(

LebaneseBloggers are getting this message on their emails:

Hi,
I am writing to you because of a new venture to encourage the Lebanese people to help solve the recent crisis. It offers the people of Lebanon the opportunity to send anonymous emails and inform Israel about the whereabouts of Hezbollah militiamen and strongholds. The idea behind this web site is to put an end to this war and minimize the damage done.

15 Comments:

At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 4:34:00 PM, Blogger Wil said...

Impossible!? Looks like a hoax?!

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:43:00 PM, Blogger LebExile said...

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At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:44:00 PM, Blogger LebExile said...

What has Lebanon done to deserve this???

Actually, it has done plenty, the civilians dont deserve what it happening to them, but, it is time to revive the cedar revolution...
Everyone must take to the streets, wear red and white, Israel wont bomb a huge crowd in the center of Beirut, gather enmasse, and tell the world that Hizbollah is not acting in your name, tell them you want Hizbollah out and disarmed.

Open your homes to refugees, let it be known that Lebanese are welcome, Hizbollah is not... Shia are welcome, Hizbollah are not.... dont let them tell you they represent all the Shia in Lebanon, because they dont, invite them to join you in the Streets, stand united, this is the final chance to save Lebanon...

If ever there was a time to take a stand for your freedom, it is now...
broadcast it loudly, and widely, let the world know that you will be gathering in the streets of central Beirut, and that you wont budge till Hizbollah is disarmed...

Revive the revolution, get up, get up, get up...

I know that I am going to cop massive flamming because of this post, you aren't in Lebanon, you dont know what they are going through they will say, and maybe I dont, but what other choice is there...

Spread the word, there is going to be a massive protest in central Beirut, the world we see finally what the Lebanese are made of...

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:48:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

Shia are welcome, Hizbollah are not....


r u hearing ur self?
hizballah represent shiites whether we like it or not and not onl shiite.. other lebanese as well

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:50:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

lebexile,
and 1 min,
i think ur comment is irrelavent to the post.
so u didn't tell me,
will u inform about izballah to the israelis?

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:21:00 PM, Blogger Enriqueta said...

I posted yesterday and am following the story coming from your site.

I am praying for each of you, that it will be well. It cannot be easy.
i would say its a hoax or a terrible trap!
blessings,
enriqueta

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:45:00 PM, Blogger LebExile said...

I am in Australia, so, no I will not tell where they are, and no, who says that Hizbollah represents all the Shia, are you serious, they represent Iran and Syria, the Shia only support them because they consider that Hizbollah brings them power and prestige, but lately it has only brought them death and destruction.
Give them some support and see which way they will turn.
I would say that Hizbollah is losing support by the hour, give the Shia another leader to rally around, and who knows, but doing nothing is the worst thing that can be done right now...

so, no, go and demonstrate, that is what you are telling Lebanese people around the world to do, you want them to demonstrate in USA, Canada, Australia, Brasil, but why wont you demonstrate in Lebanon???

There is nothing like people power, they just need a leader to lead them..

Please tell me, were the world not inspired by the cedar revolution of last year...
Take to the streets, set up camp freedom, and dont budge - the Lebanese army will protect you if you did...

And, please dont tell me to come to Lebanon and demo with you, If I could I would...

Rally around the Sinouria government, this is the only option left.

Keep Safe.
LebExile

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:48:00 PM, Blogger LebExile said...

And by the way, before you guess wheather I am Muslim, Christian, Druze, Jew or Devil worshiper - I am neither, I am Lebanese only...

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:58:00 PM, Blogger the perpetual refugee said...

lebexile, nobody was wondering what 'sect' you come from. Nobody cares.

Lebanese are Lebanese. Let's get rid of the sectarian shit please.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 7:40:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

lebxile,
u go revise elections results.
shiites that didn't support hizballah either didn't vote or failed in elections.

it's not we like it or not.
it is what happened on earth.
and this tells us we must deal with whole issue with aery sensitive way.

and ps.
i didn't ask about what u informed.
now if u think all people that oppose u r like that. well.. that's something else.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 9:24:00 PM, Blogger Erick said...

The majority of Americans voted for Bush in the last election, but not all Americans support Bush.

The majority of Shia supported Hezbollah in your last elections, but not all Shia support Hezbollah.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 10:17:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

who said all?
when in politics we say somebody with someone, we mean the majority and the percentage of peopl voted for him

ps. amercians RE-elected bush.

 
At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 9:53:00 AM, Blogger Worldcitizen said...

From the point-of-view of an American, Hizballah is holding Lebanon hostage by provoking war with Israel and then hiding among innocent civilians. Then Israel is blamed for killing civilians. It is horrible.

 
At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 5:35:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

u don't get it.
answer this question:
civilians supporting hizballah are terrorists?
if yes..
then israel has a hard work to do: blowing up almost a million (conservative measure, cause it's more_)

 
At Thursday, July 20, 2006 12:49:00 AM, Blogger peace_head said...

i'll have a take at answering you, hilal:

hizballah has two parts which are mostly seperable: charity work, development of southern lebanon, education and contribution. anybody who *doesn't* support that is probably simply jealous.

hizballah also has a military wing, which is, at least according to fouad siniora, secterian per se. civilians supporting the military wing support secterianism. i'll leave it to you to tell me where secterianism got lebanon and where is it leading it to, as i am not from lebanon.

do you really think hizballah speaks for all lebanese when it's fighting against israel?

 

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