17.7.06

Responsibility!

Breaking News: The Saudi government held Hezbollah and Hamas responsible of the Israel attacks On Lebanon and Palestine.

Finally we are getting somewhere!!!!

PEACE NOW

32 Comments:

At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:31:00 PM, Blogger Ghassan said...

It sure is about time that HA realizes that it cannot be above the law and it has no right to precipitate the killings and the destruction that it has caused. When would we in Lebanon have the courage of stating the truth?

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:34:00 PM, Blogger Enriqueta said...

This is very good news,i hope your country really gets the chance to rebuild and flourish is should. hopefully the UN and your people will take to the streets as they did to drive out the troops and whatever plans were intended will be thawrted.
blessings,
enriqueta

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:44:00 PM, Blogger OneJordan said...

Great news. wishing you all the best for you personally bob, and ofcourse your country.

Look how our king of jordan is fighting against terrorist working from jordan. Look how mubarak is struggling against the terrorists in egypt.

I hope your gov will be strong enough to act the same against nassrala. give them their soldiers and take control of the south.

be strong, you suffer nassrala enjoys.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:52:00 PM, Blogger a h m a d said...

The Saudi king has to parrot George W, otherwise, he would lose his position! No?

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:54:00 PM, Blogger a h m a d said...

What I just said applies to the Kings of Jordan and Egypt... err president of Egypt.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 10:55:00 PM, Blogger BOB said...

So?

what he said still is the truth wether you like it or not!

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:16:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

bob,
quoted by saudi arabia,
"
استنكرت الحكومة السعودية الحرب التي تشنها إسرائيل على لبنان وشعبه واقتصاده ومكونات حياته وما تقوم به إسرائيل من تدمير متعمد ومتكرر وانتهاك لا يعرف حدا لحقوق الإنسان واستهداف مقصود للمدنيين والأبرياء والتنكيل بهم دونما أي اعتبار للعهود والمواثيق الدولية والاعتبارات الإنسانية هو امتداد لسياسات الاحتلال والهيمنة الإسرائيلية في المنطقة، وأكدت السعودية على أن ردود الفعل الدولية على الحرب الشاملة التي تشنها إسرائيل بكل ما أعطيت ومنحت من آلة وتقنية عسكرية يبين مدى تراخي المجتمع الدولي وتغاضيه عن الجرائم الإسرائيلية وأن التأييد المطلق لبعض الدول للسياسات الإسرائيلية أدى حتى إلى إعاقة مجلس الأمن من اتخاذ قرار بهذا الشأن، كما أكدت على أن تلك السياسات القاصرة قادت إلى محاصرة السلطة الفلسطينية سياسيا واقتصاديا وماليا، واستهدفت الإخلال بالتوازنات التاريخية المستقرة لبعض دول المنطقة مما أدى إلى التطرف واليأس وتفاقم عدم الاستقرار وانهيار الأمن الاجتماعي وتفتت القرار الوطني داخل القطر الواحد ونجم عنه انفلات بعض العناصر والتيارات وانزلاقها إلى قرارات منفردة استغلتها إسرائيل أبشع استغلال لتشن حربا مسعورة ضد لبنان الشقيق وتحكم أسرها للشعب الفلسطيني بأكمله.

وبينت السعودية أن المجتمع الدولي وخاصة دوله الكبرى النافذة والتي ترتبط بمصالح اقتصادية بالمنطقة مسؤولة عن حماية الشعب اللبناني ومطالبة بالتحرك السريع لوضع حد للحرب الإسرائيلية المدمرة على لبنان وإنهاء الحصار المفروض على الشعب الفلسطيني ومؤسساته الشرعية ومطالبة بتقديم الدعم للحكومة اللبنانية في جهودها للحفاظ على لبنان الشقيق وصون سيادته وبسط سلطته على كامل التراب اللبناني .
وأكد المجلس أن المملكة العربية السعودية تقف صفا واحدا مع القوى الشرعية والوطنية والمتعقلة في لبنان الشقيق وفلسطين المحتلة لدرء هذه الأخطار الداهمة على كيان الأمة العربية والإسلامية .
"
add it to the above. some body translate it.

" Finally we are getting somewhere!
"

And where exactly is that?

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:16:00 PM, Blogger Lazarus said...

ok bob. hezbollah is to blame. hurray. the conflict is over. the dead will come back to life.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:19:00 PM, Blogger Yazan said...

as much as I'd like to blame someone for this shit, it's DEFINITLEY not the time for this.

Saudi Arabia should be lobbying to stop this mess if they really care that much for the "istikrar almanteqa"

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:23:00 PM, Blogger a h m a d said...

Lazarus, once we agree on whom to blame, not only the dead will come back to life, but also the bridges, power stations, airport, etc. will be magically reconstructed. It is like a spell in fairy tales.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:24:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

اشتباكات عنيفة تدور في منطقة شبعا -وحزب الله تصدى لمحاولة تقدم اسرائيلية
-مصادر إعلامية ٍٍإسرائيلية إسرائيل تشكل خمس فرق عسكرية لتعمل داخل الأراضي اللبنانية

translation:
- strong battles in sheb'aa and hizballah stopped an israeli advance.
- israeli media sources:
5 military isreali groups are created to work on the lebanese land.

mmm.. how about this responsibility?

PEACE? WOW!!

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:25:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

yeh ahmadthey are with seven souls ;)

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:28:00 PM, Blogger Ghassan said...

No Lazarus admiting the truth will neither bring back the dead nor will it diminish the destruction or make the pain more tolerable. What it would do though, is to allow the process of healing to start and hopefully by facing the truth we would have placed ourselves in a position to learn from the previous mistakes. Maybe, just maybe, we might still be able to establish a modern thriving democracy that is inclusive and that will not permit any group to be above the law. Those that are in a permanent state of denial are doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over again.

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:41:00 PM, Blogger BOB said...

thx ghassan very well said

nothing will bring the dead back or the infrstructure ( u might have told this to nassrallah before he started this whole mess!!!)

But at least we know and learn how to stop this whole mess and never ever allow this to be repeated!

Lobby? if you do not agree to blam hezballah then how can anyone pressur it to retreat 20 km and let the army do it's natural role.
we as lebanese need to choose betwen a final democratic and strong state or forever be under the mercy of hezballah and Syria-Iran.
Support your state, support Siniora and stop supporting Hezballah!!!!!

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:46:00 PM, Blogger Enriqueta said...

i know I am not there to endure the mess. I do think that the deeper root must be acknowledged or as Isreal saids they will just be back again a year from now, it is a part of the hope of the extremist to undermine freedom of expression for all people...

As for the Saudi being a parrot of Bush, when was the last time an Arab leader stood against another in the world stage. Your country has a real chance for change, At some point doing the right thing for the betterment of society and the world actually makes sense.
with all do respect.
blessings
Enriqueta

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:49:00 PM, Blogger hillz said...

israeli guys..
we wanna reach more than 44 comments..
yalla.. keep on the work
:P

 
At Monday, July 17, 2006 11:54:00 PM, Blogger Lebanese Meze said...

I don't understand some of you. Who here thinks Saudi has any influence on Hezbollah?

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 1:22:00 AM, Blogger Lebanese_student said...

Thanks bob, finally someone is not afraid to criticize Hezbollah.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 1:25:00 AM, Blogger Lazarus said...

ya khayi bob. did anyone say "support hezbollah". are things that black and white? that if we say to the Israelis that they are massacring our people, that means we support Hezbollah.

You must have heard Olmert's demands today. Reasonable ones? i.e. can they be implemented within a day? You tell me. If not, then who is the terrorist at this moment of time? Hezbollah, or the IDF?

Ghassan, you assume that we are in denial over Hezbollah's role? If that is what you have picked up, then so be it. All I see is a bunch of extremists raping the moderates, on both sides of the border. In the meantime, while we bicker over pointless issues, people die, dreams are shattered, memories evaporate, and towns are razed to the ground. I don't see why a modern thriving democracy would hold Israel any less accountable for the crimes they have committed in the past week than a backward and dead democracy. A crime is a crime. A murder is a murder. We should stop dotting our i's and crossing our t's if we want to provide any form of help for Lebanon.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 1:47:00 AM, Blogger Gokhan said...

I don't understand on thing about "destroy the Hizballah" thing.

I'm from Turkey, we have PKK terror on our lands for about 30 years now. We've lost 40.000 Turkish people because of PKK terror. Yet it's going on to take lives. It's done in the name of "liberation of Kurdish people" in Turkey.

Yet Kurdish people are suffering from this terror.

When they infiltrate their terror camps, they find equipment from France, Germany, Belgium and even England ( of course they deny it ). The terrorist are very well trained on Iraqi lands, so our government warns Iraq goverment all the time.

Our army never did the thing that Israel is doing today. I'm not talking about 2 soldiers. I'm talking about thousands of people, and soldiers were lost because of PKK terror, and we know which countries are supporting it. But we don't invade their lands, we don't shell civilians. And we keep on dying. Not that our lives are not worthy, we know that bringing death on thousands won't do good for anyone.

Now someone please tell me who is the real enemy of the free world ?

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 2:23:00 AM, Blogger Yazan said...

Lazarus,
That's war, extremism is always stronger than moderation.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 2:34:00 AM, Blogger BOB said...

lazarus

i m proposing to call Hezballah responsible and stand with me and just demand them to stop if a large number of Lebanese do that and stand with their goverment i beleive that it is a start to fidn a solution?

what is yours?
just blaming Israel will not get us anywhere?
no one cares! For onec we Lebanese must help ourselves! STAND WITH YOUR GOVERMENT and demand Hezballah retreat from the south!!!!

as u said extremist are on top and playing their games, so can i affect Israel extremists ? no! all i can do is confront Hezballah!

and wish for peace with the Israeli moderates

that is all!

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 3:46:00 AM, Blogger Assaad said...

I second Hilal about the number of comments.. we wanna reach 100 comments also :D especially that we have Bob who is calling for peace with Israel now.

Bob : Enjoy your peace with Israel...
Oh i forgot : why don't you go and live in Israel or KSA if it pleases you ?..

Anyway, as much as I'd like to blame someone for what's happening, it's DEFINITLEY not the time for this.
WAKE UP. The israelian operation was prepared long time ago. It is not the question of the two captured soldiers, IT IS DEFINITLEY Bigger!

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 4:37:00 AM, Blogger Shmulik said...

Gokahn
your example with turkey is ironic because several years ago your goverment has threatend syria with war so they will stop the PPK. What is even more ironic is that you have used your alliance with Israel as a muscle for your demand. BTW it worked and Pappa Assad capitulated.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 4:39:00 AM, Blogger Shmulik said...

I meant stop supporting the PPK not stopping the PPK.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:08:00 AM, Blogger BeefStu said...

All I see is a bunch of extremists raping the moderates, on both sides of the border.

It's easy for moderates to get raped when they do nothing but bend over. It seems that Israel is finally getting tired of bending over for Islamic terrorists. Is Lebanon?

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 2:21:00 PM, Blogger BOB said...

in your dream assaad
Lebanon is my country and i m staying it it
if you can't accept my views than it is you who is not ready to be lebanese because being Lebanese is accepting each others no matter how different we are...

That what will bring peace and stop this maddness

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:34:00 PM, Blogger Enriqueta said...

did we get to 44 comments? =)

blessings,
Enriqueta

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:51:00 PM, Blogger Gokhan said...

Shmulik, you're right. Our government did it, I don't deny it, because Syria left us no choice.

We also threaten the countries and their leaders who are supporting PKK. I'm sure that some of our politicians are behind some assasinations and other dirty things.

But here is the thing. Politics and war are different things. We still didn't kill a single Syrian citizen (which is totally not related with terror ) yet. And we don't intend to.

That's the dilemma about terrorist organizations. You know a country supports it, you have the proofs, but as long as they keep denying it you can not use large scale military force on them. But as long as they keep doing it, you have to punish them. But not like this. This is not the way. Israel is on the path to hell.


See the Ottoman empire dominated the lands that you're living today for more than 300 years. There were Shiites, Christians, Jews, Muslims. I'm not making this up. Just look back in the history. You will not see a single culture, religion, belief, language or ethnicity harmed or kicked out from their lands.

I'm not writing these to satisfy myself. I'm not against Israeli people, nor their religion, nor their ethnicity whatever. I'm just trying to convince people not to support this unfair war, and agony put on Lebanese people. They don't deserve it. Nobody does.

And believe me Turkey doesn't need Israel's muscle to engage a war.

 
At Tuesday, July 18, 2006 11:44:00 PM, Blogger Shmulik said...

Gokhan
several things:
1) Ask the Serbians, wallachians, romanians, arabs, greeks and many many others if ottoman rule was so good, ask the parents of christian children that were kidnapped to become Janissaries. I may not know ottoman history very well but i do know jews were treated as second class citizens in at least some places and times in the empire (much better than in Europe, not good enough to teach me moral lessons using the ottomans :) ).
2) I have said it in another post but forgive me if I don't believe that if Assad has shown some spine, you would just say OK our threats are meaningles. The fact Nassaralah (and his Iranian masters) are more though doesn't make you more moral but I guess that since Assad has wussed out we will never know it for sure.
3) I know full well that your army is stronger than the Syrians but still you werent ashamed to ask our help ;)
4) I know you have been to Beirut and not Haifa. I know you know Lebanon and not Israel but as I have shown in another discussion with you (confusing that we talk in 2 discussions) we only want to defend our borders.

 
At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 1:08:00 AM, Blogger Gokhan said...

shmulik, I really feel like this is the last time I'm replying you, but it was a pleasure to have this discussion with you. At least it was civilized and entertaining enough.

1) Some of the nations you've listed probably have motivations against Ottoman empire ( like the Indians against England ), cus it ruled their lands for a long time. The thing about jews depends on the time range, but they were never killed unless they become a problem for the empire. As you said much better than Europe, who didn't hesitate to kill them in millions. Ottomans never had a conservative religious structure (until the last 70-80 years before it collapsed), because it had too many ethnicities and religions. Everyone were allowed to have their own temples and their own way of living (sounds like democracy, except you can't elect who rules ). I'm not trying to teach you anything, but it's a good example how to work things out in the middle-east, which has been a problematic region for centuries.

2- I've replied that
3- There is nothing to be ashamed of, i'm sure if we kept Nasrallah in our prisons, or he was in our reach; Israel would ask for our help to capture him.

I was trying to tell you that there are other ways to get something done. Because of it's geopolitical position Turkey has lots of enemies (we can't fight them all by ourselves, and we don't want to), and a long-term experience in political games. See Turkish Gambit the movie.

4- I've never been to Beirut, and Haifa. I'd love to visit both(unfortunately I won't find a chance to do that).

I know Aleppo, Syria (it's a beautiful city). Which is supposed to be my natural enemy because they support PKK against my country. They were very kind, and I feel lucky I've been there before it's destroyed.

Well this is not about me, nor Ottoman Empire. Hope there will be a cease fire.

 
At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 1:46:00 AM, Blogger Shmulik said...

Gokhan
I have really enjoyed (if that's an apppropriate word in such trying times) debating with you. I hope the best for you and hope to see you again here.

 

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