PSP opposes anti regime protests in Syria, Bahrain, Iran

Progressive Socialist party which is headed by MP Walid Jumblatt said in a statement: “The party delegation walked out of the Socialist International Conference in Tunisia due to the participation of opposition delegations from Syria, Bahrain and Iran, which contradicts with the party’s stance that opposes meddling in other nations’ affairs.”

PSP also reported that Jumblatt sent a cable of condolences to Moroccan King Mohammed VI over the victims of the bombing that targeted the city of Marrakesh on Thursday

Jumblatt who called for overthrowing the Syrian regime between 2005 and 2009 officially defected to the Iranian and Syrian backed alliance last January.

  • C S

    18:24 More than 100 corpses were seen on the streets of Daraa, an eyewitness told Al-Jazeera.

    18:21 Sixteen protestors were shot dead by security forces in Daraa, AFP cited activists as saying.

    18:17 Tens of thousands of protestors have seized control over Hamah after security forces were routed. (F.N.N.)

    18:16 Twelve corpses have been delivered to a hospital in the village of Tafas south of Damascus, with the number of dead expected to rise. (S.N.N.)

  • C S

    18:24 More than 100 corpses were seen on the streets of Daraa, an eyewitness told Al-Jazeera.

    18:21 Sixteen protestors were shot dead by security forces in Daraa, AFP cited activists as saying.

    18:17 Tens of thousands of protestors have seized control over Hamah after security forces were routed. (F.N.N.)

    18:16 Twelve corpses have been delivered to a hospital in the village of Tafas south of Damascus, with the number of dead expected to rise. (S.N.N.)

  • Hannibal

    chou hall wataawe hayde? jabeen…

  • chou hall wataawe hayde? jabeen…

  • ive said it once,and ill say it again..wheter you like bashar or not,

    he is not going anywhere…get over it and move on to Lebanon poltics,

    we got our own problems to solve

    • ghzayel

      80% of the people in germany and italy at one time or another adored hitler and mussolini respectively but look what happened to them afterwards. patience and time my friend are the two big equalizers.

  • ive said it once,and ill say it again..wheter you like bashar or not,

    he is not going anywhere…get over it and move on to Lebanon poltics,

    we got our own problems to solve

  • ive said it once,and ill say it again..wheter you like bashar or not,

    he is not going anywhere…get over it and move on to Lebanon poltics,

    we got our own problems to solve

    • Anonymous

      80% of the people in germany and italy at one time or another adored hitler and mussolini respectively but look what happened to them afterwards. patience and time my friend are the two big equalizers.

  • plomca

    Walid Jumblatt thought he was making clever political moves, by joining alliance with Hezbollah, because of the backing of Syria and Iran. Now, it seems he cannot backtrack from it, because it will make him look foolish. But to openly oppose anti-regime protesters in Syria, Iran and Bahrain has already made him a even bigger fool in the eyes of the Lebanese, let alone the whole world. Jumblatt has been nothing but a failed Lebanese politician.

  • Anonymous

    Walid Jumblatt thought he was making clever political moves, by joining alliance with Hezbollah, because of the backing of Syria and Iran. Now, it seems he cannot backtrack from it, because it will make him look foolish. But to openly oppose anti-regime protesters in Syria, Iran and Bahrain has already made him a even bigger fool in the eyes of the Lebanese, let alone the whole world. Jumblatt has been nothing but a failed Lebanese politician.

  • Anonymous

    Walid Jumblatt thought he was making clever political moves, by joining alliance with Hezbollah, because of the backing of Syria and Iran. Now, it seems he cannot backtrack from it, because it will make him look foolish. But to openly oppose anti-regime protesters in Syria, Iran and Bahrain has already made him a even bigger fool in the eyes of the Lebanese, let alone the whole world. Jumblatt has been nothing but a failed Lebanese politician.

  • Beiruti

    If i live long enough, i think i will see the day that this man will get killed by his own people.

  • Anonymous

    If i live long enough, i think i will see the day that this man will get killed by his own people.

  • antar2011

    shame on you beik.
    are they putting a gun to your head now and telling you to take that stand?

    coward!

  • Anonymous

    shame on you beik.
    are they putting a gun to your head now and telling you to take that stand?

    coward!

  • guss043

    Joumblatt chou echbek read the sign the alwawite killer of your father days are coming to ana end switch side before it is too late

  • guss043

    Joumblatt chou echbek read the sign the alwawite killer of your father days are coming to ana end switch side before it is too late

  • guss043

    Joumblatt chou echbek read the sign the alwawite killer of your father days are coming to ana end switch side before it is too late

  • guss043

    too much Whiskey Walid

  • guss043

    too much Whiskey Walid

  • youyes4u

    Mr Jumblat, You ain’t Jimmy Carter, You ain’t Gandhi ,and you ain’t a neutral Swiss national.
    To be an Ambassador for political correctness is quite late for you, also your untruthful shenanigans attempts is quite unbelievable to most of your constituents and to the nation of Lebanon in general.
    You had lost your credibility by switching sides so many times thru the years, I am guessing that your late father might be rolling in his grave because of your late publicity stunts, it is quite mind boggling I just don’t get it.
    Stop the madness,start cleaning your Lebanese back yard instead of cleaning the neighbors yard.
    May the Druze God guide you in the right way before its too late,and I am not sure if your mistakes are mendable,

  • youyes4u

    Mr Jumblat, You ain’t Jimmy Carter, You ain’t Gandhi ,and you ain’t a neutral Swiss national.
    To be an Ambassador for political correctness is quite late for you, also your untruthful shenanigans attempts is quite unbelievable to most of your constituents and to the nation of Lebanon in general.
    You had lost your credibility by switching sides so many times thru the years, I am guessing that your late father might be rolling in his grave because of your late publicity stunts, it is quite mind boggling I just don’t get it.
    Stop the madness,start cleaning your Lebanese back yard instead of cleaning the neighbors yard.
    May the Druze God guide you in the right way before its too late,and I am not sure if your mistakes are mendable,

  • Anonymous

    Mr Jumblat, You ain’t Jimmy Carter, You ain’t Gandhi and you ain’t a neutral Swiss national.
    To be an Ambassador for political correctness is quite late for you, also your untruthful shenanigans attempts is quite unbelievavble to most of your constituents and to the nation of Lebanon.
    You had lost your crediblity by switching sides so many times thru the years, I am quessing that your late father might be rolling in his grave because of your late publicity stunts, it is quite mind boggling I just don’t get it.
    Please stop the madness.