23.1.07

I don’t know, you should ask the Hajj!!

After a hard day of work (actual work), I went back to my friend’s place. It turned out that, in the morning, she drove all the way fom Hamra to Grand Lycée Achrafieh to drop her son there. The effective of students was less than required, therefore classes were cancelled. On their way back home, she got stuck with her car in Gemmayzeh because all roads back to Hamra were closed. She had no other to choice other than parking her car and walking back to Hamra. So I volunteered to accompany her to Gemmayzeh by foot of course since all the roads were closed and no cab driver would accept to take us. So we walk all the way. First, we found the first barricade next to Murr Tower where, not only tires were burnt, but also garbage and even the big Sukleen garbage disposals. I don’t know why exactly, maybe they wanted to do something useful and contribute to the recycling process. Anyhow, after we crossed this first barrier, we crossed tent city where we ask the Indibat guys for directions for our target destination. After a walk of 30 minutes, we reached Gemmayzeh and found the car intact. We were very pleased that we found the car, thinking that all our problems are solved. We went from Gemmayzeh to Sayfi in order to take the sea road back to Hamra. We found another barricade, backed with concretes and many soldiers. We ask the soldiers whether we can pass or not. We were more than surprised to hear their answer, which was: “We don’t know, you should ask the Hajj.” Astonished, we cruised towards the Hajj to ask for a pass. As expected, he didn’t allow us a pass. The road is closed. Then my friend said: You can open the road just like you closed it”. Then start our long struggle to cross the demarcation line that all Lebanese thought that this was an image from the past that won’t reemerge. We were moving from one barricade to another, asking the Hajj in charge of the barricade for permission to pass but fruitlessly. Then an idea came across my mind. Since the country has been transformed to a jungle, where no rules apply other than the rules of the jungle. So, we decided to follow our instinct. We crossed from Achrafiyeh, Sodeco, Ras el Nabeh, Barbir, Corniche el Mazraa, Verdun and Hamra. And here comes the end of a long journey where I discovered that I’m ashamed of living in a country where the legal authorities have no more authority, where I have to ask the Hajj for a pass in MY own country, to go back to MY home. I’m ashamed of living in a country where blocking the roads, closing the airport, destroying the economy is considered as peaceful and democratic. I’m ashamed of living in a country where a divine opposition deal with the country more than the declared enemy would do.

38 Comments:

At Tuesday, January 23, 2007 8:53:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a shame,
smashing and burning cars with such 'patriotic' fevor proves their interests are not for Lebanon...my prayers are with all the Lebanese that are brave enough to be living in such chaos.

God Bless.

 
At Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:09:00 PM, Blogger Leafless Eve said...

What did you expect?
They will do ANYTHING to take power, and to stop the internatinal court. This proves how desperate they are. ya3bishoom.

 
At Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:36:00 PM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

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At Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:40:00 PM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

you don't have to be ashamed dude..just be proactive and stand against those bandits, street boys..nasrallah and aoun....
They should be put to trial for murder, chaos, destruction, and disturbing of national security...we'll take them down by LAW....
Any good lawyers, please start a lawsuit..preferably in Belgium...they and are no better than sharon...nasrallah and aoun and franjieh....let's not forget Berri who thinks the parliament belongs to his father... what they can't have by law...they want to steal by force...this is not democracy...this is treason..they should be jailed.

 
At Tuesday, January 23, 2007 11:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The question remains, what is holding the army back? What happenned today should not be allowed to be repeated. NO ONE can control the country by FORCE. As simpe as that.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 2:29:00 AM, Blogger Hisham said...

I am ashamed to live in a country where the legal and government authorities include people like Geagea and Antoine Zahra (who in case anyone does not know, was responsible for the Barbara checkpoint: where not only would you not be able to cross, but in case you were muslim would have been shot) and Jumblat (who killed the Christians, although he knew the Syrians killed his father, because and in his words: the people were upset and needed to take revenge)...
3aybeshoum 3ala kil wa7ad that supports these criminals...
3aybeshoum 3ala hal 7oukoume that includes them in their midst...
so long as these criminals are disguised as politicians in Lebanon then we will never have peace, we will never have stability and we will never have peace of mind.
3aybeshoum 3ala kil insen in Lebanon that believes that the majority of Shiites and more than 70% of Christians do not have the right to be present in the government with a veto power.
The reason that the army did not intervene ya failasoof is because they were too busy keeping the Lebanese Forces criminals (dressed appropriately in Sadem clothes) from attacking the demonstrators.
and xylocaine: maybe you should keep off that stuff!

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 7:14:00 AM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

HISHAM...WE'RE NOT DIGGING THE PAST....we're talking about the present...stick to the time frame....neither your allies berri...nor kawmieh...nor franjieh...nor ba3thieh...nor hizbulla..nor aoun...are that inoccent...they all had their hands in the dirt....(what a bunch)...so let's stick to the present...

Where do you get your statisitcs...i guess from rabieh,,,,cause aoun has 70% always on his mind....70% of lebanese...70% of christians..Has IQ of 70.....maybe cause he's 70 years old and he will not live long to see the presidency....he's in such a hurry to turn things around....mish ghalat..let him try....but through LAW and democracy...not fire and death.

If it were up to me let there be new elections tommorrow...and let him be president...nshouf shou byitla3 minno....ya ma nas ablak garabou:)...We all remember LAHOUD's PLEDGE at presidency and his 2 year government did nothing for lebanon...GDP was negative...w khalisna minhizib allah ba2a...Aoun worked on 1559 and the law against syria in congress; what happened to him...he's just a PAWN now!!!You think hizballah would let him see the presidency...YOU ARE SO WRONG...they know him better.

By the way many people i know have stopped being aouni...so maybe u should do a recount eh!? If 70% of your building is AOUNI...doesn't mean 70% of christians are...eh.

Is it right that anytime someone doesnt like the parliament or the government...to close and burn the streets? Maybe tommorrow it's your turn to be in the government..would that be OK for you? We all remember how President Harriri stood years away from government and then came back through opposition peacefully! Why cant Aoun and hizballah wait their turn..Mmmm..maybe cause hizballah has some hidden agenda or Aoun is too old too wait..right ed? So it's all about the chair and not LEbanon.

If they weren't so selfish, they wouldnt have turnd to the streets a day before PARIS III...when lebanon needs it the most...nasrallah and AOUN say they are withit and act against it..what a hipocrasy...

If it weren't for this government...We'd be all riding bicycles and using candles now...we know how far the israelis can go. This government stopped the war and minimized it's effects. MMmmm...let's see who ignited the july WAR...DUh?!!And who are their Allies? And thebn who truck a blow t the economy by sleeping in the streets?
If you answered hizbullah and AOUN then you got it RIGHT...listen to Ni3matallah Abi NASR...he talks much better than AOUN.
Ah by the way..what happend to the Orange book?!!how many times are Aounis going to change it before Aoun gets to presidency?!!

All non prejudiced and scientific comments are welcome...it's a free country after ALL...EXceedingly Free...you can prevent your neighbour from going to work..and close his shop anytime you want...you can even shoot him..or terrorize him...or you can go into his house and punch him too...you can prevent kids from going to school...you can ruin the economy just when nasrallah wants (I won't say AOUN cause it's not his call)...YEAH...VIVE LA OPPOSITION!!!!

AND by the way..you can lash at jumblat and geagea as much as you want..i'm not with them too.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 7:44:00 AM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

ان رئيس مجلس النواب نبيه بري تبلغ، من السفيرين السعودي والايراني في بيروت ان اتصالات جرت على ارفع المستويات بين طهران والرياض بعدما انتبهت العاصمتان الى مخاطر انفجار الوضع في لبنان وما قد يحدثه من ارتدادات في المنطقة وخاصة على مستوى العلاقات السنية الشيعية، واتفقتا على تنسيق جهد مشترك باتجاه الاطراف المعنية لبنانيا لابلاغها بموقفهما الموحد حول ضرورة وضع حد سريع لتطور الاحداث وخاصة منع تحولها الى مشروع فتنة يطيح بالاستقرار اللبناني.
وحسب المعلومات التي توافرت لـ«السفير» فان الجانب الايراني نسّق اتصالاته مع الجانب السوري، وهذا ما وفر الى حد كبير مظلة للمواقف التي اتخذتها الاطراف المعنية في بيروت. حيث خلا بيان رئيس الحكومة فؤاد السنيورة مما كان يمكن ان يزيد الامور تعقيدا وسهل في الوقت نفسه على المعارضة إصدار بيان كانت تمت صياغة أولية له في ساعات المساء الاولى وابلغ مضمونه الى قيادة الجيش اللبناني قبيل التاسعة وذلك من اجل المباشرة بفتح الطرقات واعادة الامور الى طبيعتها بعدما حقق الاضراب العام بعض الاهداف المتوخاة منه

(from assafir this morning)
Can anybody tell me where does AOUN fit in? Iran ..Syria,,,saudi Arabia...yeah he's just a PAWN for hizbulla!!!

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 8:57:00 AM, Blogger Hisham said...

Xylocaine: really keep off that stuff, it is causing havoc!
*Nobody is DIGGING the past! It is right there in your face with all the politicians that never change. It is the reason why we are here today. And it is this past that we use to differentiate between politicians. You are with the government means that you are with Geagea and Jumblat de facto! They are part of the government, and they are part of the coalition of the so-called majority.
*My statistics: not from Rabieh at all, from the official governmental figures of the last election. Pick up a calculator and add the number of christians that voted for Aoun+allies vs all other christian politicians. Another figure you can calculate 61% (not 70% like u said above) of Lebanese votes are for the people that now compromise the opposition.
*By the way many people i know have stopped being aouni...so maybe u should do a recount eh!? If 70% of your building is AOUNI...doesn't mean 70% of christians are...eh.
take the advice yourself and stop polling the people that you know! AGAIN election figures! I WOULD LOVE a recount; that is why the opposition was on the streets today!
*The people that hurrayed Lahoud do not include the Aounis, but they do include the Lebanese Forces who thought he would liberate Geagea, and Harriri who was in contest to give the largest gift for Lahoud son's wedding.
*The reason why the opposition is not waiting for the general elections, is because the government can impose any electoral law it wants (giving Bchare 10 parliamentary seats for example) since they have already deprecated the Presidency of any value and through the 2000 electoral law control the Parliament... Furthermore they completely paralyzed the judiciary committee that looks into the legitimacy of the parliamentary seats.
*The government asked for stopping the July war since day one, and nobody answered it. If you think the reason why the war stopped was because of the government take a look at the latest resignations in Israel. Where people do take responsibility for their failures unlike our government that does not.
*Aoun's place ya anesthetic inta is in Lebanon, and that is what he has been saying since the beginning. He told all people involved even his own allies to stop going to Syria and Iran, but also to Egypt(Sunni dictator with anti-Shiia obcession), Saudi Arabia(ya 3eyniiii) and Chirac&co.
*Paris 3 is good in concept as per the opposition. But in practice it is a way for the government to get more money to steal just as they have been doing in the past 15 years; and ofcourse blame the opposition for the money lost. The opposition's point of view: postpone it until we solve out internal issue.
*Our country is still a free country. Unfortunately, so free that people can wear "Sadem" clothes and go down to "open the roads"...

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 10:15:00 AM, Blogger nobilis tobilis said...

Hisham maybe you should keep yp that stuff because you're still living in the past whereas the world is in the 21st.
and u said: go down to "open the roads"...
so now opening roads in order to go back to normal life is wrong?
Closing roads and burning and destroying private properties, controlling different areas of Lebanon by militias, Imposing a seige the capital city is right?
It seems that insanity became contagious or maybe a prerequisite to enter some political parties.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 11:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad you made it safe. And I guess while the opposition was concerned that there are many Lebanese immigrants, I would like to inform them that the number of immigrants will increase.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 3:47:00 PM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

Hisham..things have changed a lot since the last election...atleast for Aoun...maybe they were 70% but now...you have to admit it's much less!! (The last consensus showed the gemail would win in Metn and Aonis candidate would get 35% of vote.)

i even voted for him last time...eh ma yi7lam hala2.

If aoun's place is in lebanon, and let's say we agree...all his allies are syrian..iranian!!! Keef haydi! Atleast they are paying the expenses, Aoun doesn't have money for this shit.

Hizballah got to you man..you think the war stopped because hizballah won?!! they survived but didnt win...that's different...The Israeli would have destroyed much more of lebanon if it weren't for the government and west allies...you don't have to like the government but give them that atleast.

I'm not arguing with you out of prejudice...i'm just telling you the facts and how I see it...

And the government can't impose an electoral Law...it's by agreement of all..that's why there was tawlit hiwar...And if you are counting on hizballah to make aoun president...well goodluck!

And even if opposition were 80% now..you have to wait till next elections...that's how it goes...and then you can rule as much as you want.

Regards
Peace for Lebanon

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 6:53:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

nobilis tobilis:
I guess a low IQ is a prerequisite for being in your political party; the quotation (") is sometimes used to signify an alternate meaning to the obvious... meaning their motive was not to open roads, look at the SADEM wearing LF members, and the predominance of stupid 20 year olds who missed on the atrocities of the last war, and want a part of it. Get a brain before you comment. And knowing which century you live in does not mean forgetting what people did in the past. "Let us forget the past" (between quotations, do you see them???) is how these warlords passed the General Amnesty law in 1991. Let us forget the past and remove the child rapists and murderers from prison, after all we are in the 21st centrury, duuuuuh!!!
xylocaine:
*although I "extremely trust" your resources on Aoun's popularity, especially with the solid proof you provided i even voted for him last time...eh ma yi7lam hala2. I would rather wait till the elections to have concrete scientific proof.
*Aoun's allies are Lebanese. Stay off LBC and Future TV for a few minutes to have time to think for yourself.
*At the beginning of the war, out western allies were asked by our government to stop the war; the response was that the war will not stop until the Israelis achieve their objective. The war did not stop because the government was able to stop them, but because they figured out they were not able to achieve those objectives as signified by the current resignations.
*...it's by agreement of all.. man!!! do you really think about what you are saying?? nothing is by agreement, orelse we would not be here! That was the main request of the opposition, they only requested veto power, which would ensure agreement! They are not even requesting the right to decide something, they need 2/3 for that, just the right that their opinion be taken when decisions are to be made!
****There is nothing in what you said that are facts: they are opinions.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 7:09:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

And one more thing: the current government is unconstitutional and we do not have to wait until the next election to remove it.
The alliance that constituted the government is no longer valid (THE SHIITES, 40% of the LEBANESE POPULATION, are not part of it anymore; add to that 70% of the Christians)
The government came according to a "bayan wizare" that legalized the resistance, acknowledged its right to bear arms, and to use them to liberate the prisoners as well as the shebaa farms. Get a hold of that paper and read it. READ IT, not listen to what LBC says about it. Since they are refuting what they have in their own "bayan wizare" then they are unconstitutional by default.
and nobilis:
saying that the closing of roads is inherently bad or wrong is as stupid as yourself. the french revolution among other hailed events in history all came through closing the streets.

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 7:31:00 PM, Blogger Abu Takla said...

The same Hisham talking above wrote this some months ago:
"This is a sad day. Yet another time, the murderers still hanging around in Lebanon have tried to terrorize the Lebanese people. They have killed a reporter. Have they not understood that the Lebanese people were never terrorized and never will be. Have they not understood that the Lebanese people have woken up from their sleep to discover that their country was robbed and their leaders killed, and have vowed never to return to what it was before. Have they not understood that the Lebanese people (not leaders) have finally understood that the only way that they are gonna keep their dignity is to rely on each other, no matter what religion and no matter what region they come from. And that no more will they be terrorized with the threat of a civil war, and be kept hostage of a bloody era in our history where brother killed brother. Now is the time for the Lebanese people to protest and tell the "leaders" that the people are united even if the leaders are not, tell them that the people will not stand on the side while they make deals that get them positions and riches. The fight for OUR LEBANON is not over, it has just BEGUN."


wlik ya lateef wlohh, shu sar fikun faj2a wlik ya 3ammi? wlik kil l3alam sheyfi addey tghayyartu illa intu!!! wlak intu 7ulafa l7izb l2awmi w franjieh wel Murr ya hisham!!!!
w3u ba2a kirmel hal balad!!!!

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 9:41:00 PM, Blogger Xylocaine said...

ok Hisham as you wish...Dont say i dint tell you....
Time and elections will tell!

By the way, i dnt watch lbc or future...and certainly not manar and new tv...i'm not in Lebanon anymore...
i read the newspapers only.

peace to lebanon

 
At Wednesday, January 24, 2007 10:54:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

Hisham,
Making a thousands excuses and inventing fake accusations wont change anything to what happened yesterday ..

It was a disastrous day for the Opposition and while Hezbollah had its backup plan, Aoun paid the price.
As your dear general said, admit it wou kholssit :P

Back to ur "constructive" replies,

>>3aybeshoum 3ala kil wa7ad that >>supports these criminals..."

Wasnt Hezbollah allied to Jumblatt ? No wait, they didnt know he killed Christians back then, Aoun told them now ..

>>3aybeshoum 3ala kil insen in >>Lebanon that believes that the >>majority of Shiites and more >>than 70% of Christians do not >>have the right to be present in >>the government with a veto power"

The government is based on who's the majority bi majliss el nouwweb that was voted democratically based on an electoral law everyone agreed on, this is the majority that has the right to pick the whole government if it wants to.
You dont like that, wait for the next elections :)

>>The reason that the army did not >>intervene ya failasoof is >>because they were too busy >>keeping the Lebanese Forces >>criminals (dressed appropriately >>in Sadem clothes)"

Am sure you know how Sadem clothes look like ma hek ?? How come no one took a pic of them ? invisible ma hek ?

>>*The reason why the opposition >>is not waiting for the general >>elections, is because the >>government can impose any >>electoral law it wants

And the government cant impose the electoral law it wants now because ? And why are you against new presidential elections now instead of November but you are in such a rush for general elections ?
Double Standards ?

>>Furthermore they completely >>paralyzed the judiciary >>committee that looks into the >>legitimacy of the parliamentary >>seats

Who paralyzed it ? Lahoud or the government ?

>>But in practice it is a way for >>the government to get more money >>to steal just as they have been >>doing in the past 15 years;

The money you are getting from Paris3 is monitored by the World Bank and the countries giving that money and is based on a reform paper. We are not dealing with retarded countries like Iran here.
As for stealing, let us do some auditing and see how many billions Berri & Hezbollah stole, anyway i dont see them insisting on the auditing at all .. how come ?

>>look at the SADEM wearing LF >>members, and the predominance of >>stupid 20 year olds who missed >on the atrocities of the last >>war, and want a part of it

Kteer 2ekhdinlak min wa2tak el Sadem, let me remind you there was a Sadem FLAG @ Nahr el Kalb, Sadem are training to kill Michel Aoun in Kisirwan ?? chou bek walaw ??

>>s how these warlords passed the >>General Amnesty law in 1991.

Berri & Hezbollah agreed on it as well.

>>The alliance that constituted >>the government is no longer valid

The constitution judges here and not you, and according to the book, it is.

>>The government came according to >>a "bayan wizare" that legalized >>the resistance,

And on applying 1559 and all UN resolutions and implemeting the international tribunal ..
READ IT FULLY ..

>>the french revolution among >>other hailed events in history >>all came through closing the >>streets.

Lol, fine so those who went down to clear the roads were also doing a civilized revolution against those who didnt let them go to work, they were working under the banner "I love work" ...

Thank you for proving us right.

Maybe you should get a brainwashing session from Naiim Kassem, maybe u d last a bit longer in such debates.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 3:17:00 AM, Blogger Hisham said...

Abu Takla:
We did change, and we know it. We were stupid and naive enough to think that after 15 years, and 12 years of prison (ya rayton aktar) people changed and are now more tolerant and less venomous then they were. Now we know better.
n10452:
man I am yet to meet a Lebanese Forces supporter that makes any sense! It is a shame I was not able to access your blogs :) I am sure they would have been quite funny :)
*disastrous day for opposition? I think it was a disastrous day for Lebanon! we realized that the LF still have their 2000 strong warcrime militia in good form!
*YES Hizballah was allied with Jumblat, when Jumblat went to their gathering, sat right next to Nasrallah and said that the Resistance is at the heart of every Lebanese. That was right before the elections. But when the snake changed skins, they stopped being allied.
*YES Hizballah knew Jumblat killed Christians, everyone knows, esp Geagea the person you dedicate a blog for and who is now in the same bed with Jumblat. However, Aoun as well as Hizballah were ready to turn the page based again on a naive approach, and I blame them for that. A warlord will never change, the filth in Jumblat and Geagea will continue to stink.
*The electoral law was not agreed to by everybody at all, one significant example is Batrak Sfeir and the FPM, but what does the Maronite Patriarch and 70% of the christians count?
*The pictures of SADEM are on the tayyar.org website and www.al-akhbar.com . :) I am sure you can visit them this once :) do an effort, might broaden your horizons :)
*They can impose the electoral law they want now, and thus the demonstrations :) understand?? think about it some more, until u understand :) BOB can help you too :) I think between you two he is the brainy one :) :) :)
*The government not Lahoud paralyzed the judiciary, because the government could have sent it to parliament 2 years ago. You see if the president does not sign for the second time, the law can be passed to the parliament, and then agreed on.
*I think the sequence is evident with Paris 1, 2, and 3. :) Lebanon has twice the debt now than it had at Paris 1... :) we did such a great job the first two times, they need to congratulate us :) the money we are taking is a loan genius, they will get it back one way or the other.
*Amnesty law of 1991: Berri and Hizballah did agree to it, and that is another mistake they made.
*yeah the bayan wizare did include 1559 and international tribunal: and I think both should be implemented, and they will be; that is the purpose of the agreement between FPM and Hizb.
*I am sure you have read the constitution and know exactly what it is :) Note: the constitution is not majalet el Masira :)
*No 100 idiots wearing SADEM clothes (I am using it again!!!!!!) do not constitute a revolution, they constitute a mob :) which should have been put in jail right next to Geagea (I know he is not there now, but dreams do come true, I am crossing my fingers :) :) :)
*Maybe you should remove your head out of Geagea's ass, you would make more sense :)

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 3:27:00 AM, Blogger Hisham said...

One more thing:
I think the person in this article tried to sum up what Hakim and Antoine Zahra did; unfortunately he falls short, Geagea did much much more.
http://www.al-akhbar.com/ar/node/19853

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 11:14:00 AM, Blogger MMMMMMMMM said...

Hisham you must be aounist right?
Anyway do you know which country General Edgard Maalouf (the one you talked about in your last post) was in before coming to lebanon?

Did you know that only 35% of the christians voted in the last elections? as for the other arguments no need to read them for the guys have taken good care of you!

wake up and smell the coffee, and pls pls stop reading the billboards! not everything you read or hear is true! you know that don't you?

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 12:04:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

Hisham,
You are welcome to visit our blogs at any time, no one is burning tyres or

blocking the road to get there trust me :P

>>disastrous day for opposition? I think it was a disastrous day for Lebanon!

Definitly, but at the end of the day, the Opposition's move proved to be a

huge failure.


>>we realized that the LF still have their 2000 strong warcrime militia in

>>good form!

7 people shot and injured from the Opposition ranks ( 1 killed maybe am not

sure)
35 people shot, (4 killed at least) and others injured from the Majority

ranks.


Since you like numbers, you tell me who was armed and who wasnt ..
I am sure chefet jame3it wi2am wahhab wou irslen wou frangieh wel 2awoumiyye

ma hek ?? Switch btw channels from time to time, it helps.


>>That was right before the elections. But when the snake changed skins, they
>>stopped being allied.

So you were stupid enough to believe him ... good for you :)
Even though the LF is allied to him right now, i still dont believe him and

will be cautious about every step we do, Patriarch made a historic

reconciliation in the Mountain, we have to work based on it.

>>the filth in Jumblat and Geagea will continue to stink.

Double Standards .. that filth you were dealing with few months ago only. You

cant start accusing people of filth whenever you dont like them.
We all saw Hezbollah's filth during the war anyway, you are in no position to

call others filthy.

>>The electoral law was not agreed to by everybody at all, one significant

>>example is Batrak Sfeir and the FPM, but what does the Maronite Patriarch

>>and 70% of the christians count?

FPM participated in the elections, therefore they accepted the law. Patriarch

warned that this law is bad and the majority of the parties agreed on it.
I dont like it, and i am also demanding for a new electoral law, but no one

has the right to call for early elections while refusing new presidential

elections.


>>*The pictures of SADEM are on the tayyar.org website and www.al-akhbar.com .
Lol, like i thought, you have no clue what the Sadem are, i always read all

papers and sites by the way, not stuck to one side and defending it blindly.

>>:) understand?? think about it some more, until u understand :) BOB can help

>>you too :) I think between you two he is the brainy one :) :) :)

Am glad u actually think.

>>The government not Lahoud paralyzed the judiciary, because the government

>>could have sent it to parliament 2 years ago. You see if the president does

>>not sign for the second time, the law can be passed to the parliament, and

>>then agreed on.

No it is not the same, President has to sign it, it is not like any law, same

for the appointments in the ISF and army.


The loans we are taking are very long term loans which will allow us to pay

small monthly payments while refreshing our economy, thats the purpose of it.

As for stealing them, again judge by the actions, and the government who was

during Paris1 & Paris2 was governed from Damascus and those who were stealing

were first and foremost Syria & Hezbollah & co as well as some of Hariri's men

..

>>Amnesty law of 1991: Berri and Hizballah did agree to it, and that is

>>another mistake they made.

It is definitly a mistake, and i hope the day will come when everyone pays for

his crimes during the war, not just Samir Geagea.


>>yeah the bayan wizare did include 1559 and international tribunal: and I

>>think both should be implemented, and they will be; that is the purpose of

>>the agreement between FPM and Hizb.

loool, so FPM & Hezb are ok with the 1559 and internationl tribunal ??
What papers do u read again ?


>>I am sure you have read the constitution and know exactly what it is :)

>>the constitution is not majalet el Masira :)

Looks like you started the mocking when you stopped having arguments to reply

with .. read your constitution before throwing false accusations.


>>No 100 idiots wearing SADEM clothes (I am using it again!!!!!!) do not

>>constitute a revolution, they constitute a mob :) which should have been put

>>in jail right next to Geagea

Kteer 2ekhdeenlak min wa2tak el Sadem, i suggest you go down and call them

idiots to their face, and tell me what happens ( if u live to tell of course).

>>Maybe you should remove your head out of Geagea's ass, you would make more

>>sense :)

hal2ad ma2hour ? i wont answer such a cheap quote, i ll leave it to the

readers to see how 'civilized'and 'respectful' your answers are.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 12:10:00 PM, Blogger nobilis tobilis said...

Hisham,
U should think bedore you comment and think before you act.
And how dare you compare what happened on tuesday with the French Revolution. 7aram el frensewiyeh.
wou 7aram the three values:
LIBERTE, EGALITE, FRATERNITE

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 12:14:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

As for the Barbara article, khalle jaridit el Akhbar tle2e chi gher el ouwet la tektoub 3anno .. bitkoun 3am ta3mil khedme lal kill ..

War is behind us, Only Syria & its filth want to bring it back ...

I hope you are not one of those.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 3:03:00 PM, Blogger Eve said...

guys, you are welcome to discuss politics in a civilised way (I'm still hoping there is a civilised way to discuss Lebanese politics). Those of you who have decided to base replys on such childish arguments like: "he is the brainy one", "no, you are less brainy", as well as all the ass-derivative nicknames, plz refrain from doing so. thank you very much!

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 6:38:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

Eve: you do not like my comments you can remove them.

For more information about the LF please visit: http://www.lebaneseforces.com/
I really liked this one :) http://www.lebaneseforces.com/101ak47m16.asp

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 7:23:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

Thank you for advertising the LF site hisham.

You can join the forum as well on www.lebanese-forces.org but keep in mind only civilized and respectful discussions are allowed.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 7:27:00 PM, Blogger Eve said...

you can all fill this area with comments at your hearts' content, hisham, as long as everyone refrain from personal attacks.

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 8:18:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

n10452:
civilized? on the LF forum? really???? :) :) :)
But always happy to spread information about LF :)
here is another one:
http://www.lebaneseforces.com/counterstrike.asp
In case you could not read the writing on the wall, it says: Free Lebanon of Islamic Evil.
now isn't that precious??
Eve:
was the above link personal enough for you?

 
At Thursday, January 25, 2007 9:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I AM SO SHOCKED AT WHAT IS GOING ON IN LEBANON...OF ALL THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD I THOUGHT THE LEBANESE WERE WAY UP HIGH ON THE LIST OF SMART ONES. NEVER IN MY LIFE WOULD I HAVE THOUGHT THEY WOULD FALL FOR A TRICK THAT THE AMERICAN GOVERNEMENT AND THE ISREALI GOVERNEMENT WANTED THEM TO DO.. JUST LIKE IN PALESTINE AND IN IRAQ. THE LEBANESE HAVE REALLY MADE BUSH AND WHATEVER HIS NAME IS IN ISREAL REALLY HAPPY BY DOING THIS...STOP PEOPLE TAKE A LOOK AROUND AND SEE THAT THIS IS WHAT THEY WERE PUSHING YALL TO DO. ISN'T LEBANON JUST LIKE AMERICA.. DON'T YALL VOTE THE PRESIDENT IN...WELL WHY CAN'T PEOPLE JUST TAKE THEIR MISTAKES (BY VOTING THESE PEOPLE IN THE GOV'T) AND WAIT TIL NEXT TIME AND VOTE SOMEONE DIFFERENT...LOOK AT US HERE IN AMERICA...WE ARE HAVING TO DEAL WITH OUR MISTAKES OF VOTING THE WRONG PERSON IN. WE CAN PROTEST AND STRIKE AND WHATEVER ELSE WE WANT BUT TO DESTROY OUR OWN COUNTRY THAT DOESN'T MAKE MUCH SENSE TO ME... PLEASE STOP HURTING EACH OTHER AND MAKING THESE EVIL PEOPLE HAPPY

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 12:39:00 AM, Blogger BOB said...

Eve

Let it go! Hisham is only mirroring his own worth, morals and manners with his comments, and of course, the party he represents.

And from him any insults are a compliment to me. It means i am doing a good job and i should stay the course.

And here i will quote a friend “if someone cannot hold a conversation without resorting to personal insults then any discussion with him is futile...”

Hisham thx you! Keep it up!

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 1:18:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm very sad to hear stories like this, i really thought we put all this behind us and i'm really frustrated about what's happening. I hate to say this but i'm happy i'm not living in Lebanon now cause as much as i miss it i don't think i have the energy or the mental readiness to live through another civil war. What a shame. They are destroying the country, why can't they see that? Why isn't the army doing anything to stop this? stupid questions, i know. It's Lebanon.

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 12:06:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

Hisham,
Looks like you dont even know how to read ... i said LF forum and you show me an LF fans site.

"Free Lebanon of Islamic Evil."

whats wrong with that ? Muslims as well want to get rid of those Islamists screwing our country.
cheftoun la Jind el Cham mberi7 ? or u were too busy watching video clips on Manar ?

Anyway, As Bob said, it is pointless to argue with you since you refuse to do so, but in the same time, i am actually enjoying proving u wrong on everything u say, not to mention hisham makes it easier for us .

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 12:30:00 PM, Blogger nobilis tobilis said...

yes n10452,
i think it's pointless to reply to Hisham. because you don't have to. Just read his comments and enjoy.

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 6:15:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 10:32:00 PM, Blogger Hisham said...

nobilis:
Happy to provide y'all with enjoyable reading material :)
BOB:
I will continue to compliment you :) you are a complimentable guy :) :)
n10452:
read my post again :)
I did not say that the logo was from the forum :)
read my post again again :) Bob can help, he is a complimentable guy :)
If a simple two liner you cannot comprehend, how on earth are you gonna read the Lebanese constitution?
And thank you for clarifying it is the Evil Muslims and not all Muslims that you want to get rid of.
I am sure this is exactly what happened on Black Saturday, or on the Barbara checkpoint.

 
At Friday, January 26, 2007 10:44:00 PM, Blogger nobilis tobilis said...

Hisham sorry
I forgot tu put the " " on enjoy :P

 
At Monday, January 29, 2007 3:08:00 PM, Blogger N10452 said...

nobilis,
I am actually enjoying his replies.
He is a funny guy ..

What happened @ Barbara ? were u there to tell ?

Whenever you get over the past and the war and its atrocities, let me know so we can have a decent discussion.

I accept the fact all parties did atrocities but war is behind for me, hopefully soon for you.

 
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