Aoun: Will twist US intelligence arms as we twsited Israel’s

During a visit to to the Hezbollah museum in the southern town of Mlita on Saturday, Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun said “We will twist the arm of U.S. Intelligence in Lebanon , just like we twisted the arm of Israel.”

Aoun did not elaborate but he is possibly referring to the mass arrest of Israeli spies during the past 2 years .

One observer commented to Ya Libnan about Aoun’s statement by saying:” The last one who should be talking about the spies is Aoun. He added that Aoun must have forgotten Karam”

Aoun predicted that Lebanon’s future will be stable, ruling out the eruption of a civil or sectarian war or Sunni-Shiite conflict in the country.

“There will not be civil or sectarian war in Lebanon,” he said

Aoun , who was accompanied by an FPM delegation was welcomed by the leader of Hezbollah parliamentary bloc MP Mohammed Raad and a number of Hezbollah officials.

Retired General Fayez Karam , a senior Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) official, was arrested by the Internal Security Forces (ISF) – Information Branch last August and was charged with espionage and providing Israel with information on Hezbollah, FPM leader Michel Aoun’s closest ally.

Hezbollah reportedly knew that Karam, was collaborating with Israel from the moment he was arrested last August , an Arab diplomat told Al-Balad newspaper in an interview published last October 22.

“Hezbollah did not bring up the issue of Karam publicly because it took into account its alliance with FPM leader MP Michel Aoun,” the diplomat said.

Karam and Aoun went into exile in France following Aoun’s defeat by the Syrian army in 1990 and both returned to Lebanon in May 2005 , 11 days following the withdrawal of the Syrian army from Lebanon.

  • nbill

    how can Hizballah recieve Aoun and honor him where he always has been an Israel’s No. 1 spy in Lebanon. how can Hizballah be quite about Aoun No. 2 man being a spy to Israel????? there is double standard here. Aoun should be in Jail next to his buddy, they should not be seperated…. No I think he should be shipped to Syria now to help Assad out of his troubles.

    • kamille1

      why are you wishing bad things on the syrian people, nbill????

      • 5thDrawer

        errrr … because they controlled life for 15 years maybe?

    • kamille1

      why are you wishing bad things on the syrian people, nbill????

  • Anonymous

    how can Hizballah recieve Aoun and honor him where he always has been an Israel’s No. 1 spy in Lebanon. how can Hizballah be quite about Aoun No. 2 man being a spy to Israel????? there is double standard here. Aoun should be in Jail next to his buddy, they should not be seperated…. No I think he should be shipped to Syria now to help Assad out of his troubles.

    • Anonymous

      why are you wishing bad things on the syrian people, nbill????

      • Anonymous

        errrr … because they controlled life for 15 years maybe?

      • Anonymous

        errrr … because they controlled life for 15 years maybe?

      • Anonymous

        errrr … because they controlled life for 15 years maybe?

  • josephphdman

    hezbollah are  afraid to say anything against the us ,so they have there front man saying things that he does,nt personally wants to say it ,but he is under the gun ,he is forced to say whatever hezbollah wants him to say, this man loves the us so the majority of the lebaneese i would say around 90% , because they know the us is democracy  and lebaneese people loves democracy;hezbollah is the cancer of lebanon and they want to hijack the state by force and become the dictators of lebanon and they get there orders from iran not lebanon , so actually this speach came from iran, they order hezbollah to say it ,and hezbollah ordered aoun  to publicized it . hezbollah this stupid evil, ideology which they believe rule people against there will and kill sunnis and druz and christia so they could conquer lebanon and then the rest of the middleaset to become a shia,s state empire ; this ideology is doomed to fail.

  • Anonymous

    hezbollah are  afraid to say anything against the us ,so they have there front man saying things that he does,nt personally wants to say it ,but he is under the gun ,he is forced to say whatever hezbollah wants him to say, this man loves the us so the majority of the lebaneese i would say around 90% , because they know the us is democracy  and lebaneese people loves democracy;hezbollah is the cancer of lebanon and they want to hijack the state by force and become the dictators of lebanon and they get there orders from iran not lebanon , so actually this speach came from iran, they order hezbollah to say it ,and hezbollah ordered aoun  to publicized it . hezbollah this stupid evil, ideology which they believe rule people against there will and kill sunnis and druz and christia so they could conquer lebanon and then the rest of the middleaset to become a shia,s state empire ; this ideology is doomed to fail.

  • Anonymous

    hezbollah are  afraid to say anything against the us ,so they have there front man saying things that he does,nt personally wants to say it ,but he is under the gun ,he is forced to say whatever hezbollah wants him to say, this man loves the us so the majority of the lebaneese i would say around 90% , because they know the us is democracy  and lebaneese people loves democracy;hezbollah is the cancer of lebanon and they want to hijack the state by force and become the dictators of lebanon and they get there orders from iran not lebanon , so actually this speach came from iran, they order hezbollah to say it ,and hezbollah ordered aoun  to publicized it . hezbollah this stupid evil, ideology which they believe rule people against there will and kill sunnis and druz and christia so they could conquer lebanon and then the rest of the middleaset to become a shia,s state empire ; this ideology is doomed to fail.

  • UrOtherSide

    YALIBANAN,
     
    Why not be objective in your reporting. If Aoun is a no good bastard then so is Geagea, gemayel, and Frnajieh, Joumblatt, Hariri, Berri, etc.

    You seem to always portray him and HA in bad light, and portray current M14 in good light. Well sorry to say guys that yours is very subjective news and being an independent thinker I do not like that and I encourage you to be objective in your reporting so I the reader can decide for my own. Please enough bias. Even your “About us” page talked about truth, liberty, and justice. Should that not also apply to Aoun if it applies to geagea? Below is the reminder from your page:

    Liberty and individual rights: The right to liberty should as a minimum include personal freedom, political freedom, free flow of information and economic freedom. It is the purpose of the government to protect these rights, and it may not place unfair or unreasonable restraints on their exercise.
    Justice: People should be treated fairly in the distribution of the benefits and burdens of society, the correction of wrongs and injuries, and in the gathering of information and making of decisions.
    Diversity: Variety in culture and ethnic background, race, lifestyle, and belief is not only permissible but desirable and beneficial in a our pluralist society.

    • Fadi81

      “You seem to always portray him and HA in bad light, and portray current M14 in good light.”

      They report what these politicians are saying! If M8 looks bad its because THEY ARE! If M14 sounds more sensible and LEGIT its because THEY ARE!

      socialists just dont get it, and never will period

      Its very simple, in the world there are GOOD guys and there are BAD guys. Forces of good and forces of evil…Some people are driven by primitive radical agendas and others by greed and spite. That is what drives M8, not because yalibnan.com makes it sound that way, but because that is the message M8 is sending.

    • libnan1

      Yep, Yalibnan should change their name to Aounbashers or Farteensupporters. Both names are still available.

    • Beiruti

      This is a pro-March 14 website in general,
      if you have a problem with that you can go on tayyar.org or hezbollahs website and write on their forums no ones putting a chain on you.

  • Anonymous

    YALIBANAN,
     
    Why not be objective in your reporting. If Aoun is a no good bastard then so is Geagea, gemayel, and Frnajieh, Joumblatt, Hariri, Berri, etc.

    You seem to always portray him and HA in bad light, and portray current M14 in good light. Well sorry to say guys that yours is very subjective news and being an independent thinker I do not like that and I encourage you to be objective in your reporting so I the reader can decide for my own. Please enough bias. Even your “About us” page talked about truth, liberty, and justice. Should that not also apply to Aoun if it applies to geagea? Below is the reminder from your page:

    Liberty and individual rights: The right to liberty should as a minimum include personal freedom, political freedom, free flow of information and economic freedom. It is the purpose of the government to protect these rights, and it may not place unfair or unreasonable restraints on their exercise.
    Justice: People should be treated fairly in the distribution of the benefits and burdens of society, the correction of wrongs and injuries, and in the gathering of information and making of decisions.
    Diversity: Variety in culture and ethnic background, race, lifestyle, and belief is not only permissible but desirable and beneficial in a our pluralist society.

    • Anonymous

      Yep, Yalibnan should change their name to Aounbashers or Farteensupporters. Both names are still available.

  • Anonymous

    YALIBANAN,
     
    Why not be objective in your reporting. If Aoun is a no good bastard then so is Geagea, gemayel, and Frnajieh, Joumblatt, Hariri, Berri, etc.

    You seem to always portray him and HA in bad light, and portray current M14 in good light. Well sorry to say guys that yours is very subjective news and being an independent thinker I do not like that and I encourage you to be objective in your reporting so I the reader can decide for my own. Please enough bias. Even your “About us” page talked about truth, liberty, and justice. Should that not also apply to Aoun if it applies to geagea? Below is the reminder from your page:

    Liberty and individual rights: The right to liberty should as a minimum include personal freedom, political freedom, free flow of information and economic freedom. It is the purpose of the government to protect these rights, and it may not place unfair or unreasonable restraints on their exercise.
    Justice: People should be treated fairly in the distribution of the benefits and burdens of society, the correction of wrongs and injuries, and in the gathering of information and making of decisions.
    Diversity: Variety in culture and ethnic background, race, lifestyle, and belief is not only permissible but desirable and beneficial in a our pluralist society.

  • UrOtherSide

    Yes Aoun himself is twisted.. just as all the Lebanese politicians are. My problem is when you only point to one side as the twisted one while all are. Please.

  • UrOtherSide

    Yes Aoun himself is twisted.. just as all the Lebanese politicians are. My problem is when you only point to one side as the twisted one while all are. Please.

  • Anonymous

    Yes Aoun himself is twisted.. just as all the Lebanese politicians are. My problem is when you only point to one side as the twisted one while all are. Please.

  • Beiruti

    On January 31, 1990, Lebanese Army forces clashed with the LF, after Aoun had stated that it was in the national interest for the government to “unify the weapons” (i.e. that the LF must submit to his authority as acting head of state). This brought fierce fighting to East Beirut, and although the LF made initial advances, the intra-Christian warfare eventually sapped the militia of most of its fighting strength.

    Why was it only his national interest to “Unify” the weapons of the Lebanese Forces? But he doesn’t want to unify the weapons of Hezbollah? Im telling you this man will do anything for power, he killed his own Christian brothers for power. He know well that in order to be powerful in Lebanon he has to side with Hezbollah.

    We’ll twist this bastards jaw, before he twists anymore Lebanese minds, that are twisted enough because of this guy. How can you unconditionally love this man? What has he done for Lebanon in the past or present? None the less the average Lebanese lives for 75 years, hes like 85 or something so his days and FPM days are numbered all together.

    • 5thDrawer

      Oh? 75 ??  Maybe you need a new survey on that which includes more than just people in Beirut. Most of the ones I knew were gone before 65 … cardio-related problems because of constant stress trying to survive and lack of money for any health care. Perhaps only a certain part of society make it to ‘old’ age … but then, we are talking here about the lives of the rich and infamous … or the brain-dead who never have worried anyway.

    • 5thDrawer

      Oh? 75 ??  Maybe you need a new survey on that which includes more than just people in Beirut. Most of the ones I knew were gone before 65 … cardio-related problems because of constant stress trying to survive and lack of money for any health care. Perhaps only a certain part of society make it to ‘old’ age … but then, we are talking here about the lives of the rich and infamous … or the brain-dead who never have worried anyway.

  • Anonymous

    On January 31, 1990, Lebanese Army forces clashed with the LF, after Aoun had stated that it was in the national interest for the government to “unify the weapons” (i.e. that the LF must submit to his authority as acting head of state). This brought fierce fighting to East Beirut, and although the LF made initial advances, the intra-Christian warfare eventually sapped the militia of most of its fighting strength.

    Why was it only his national interest to “Unify” the weapons of the Lebanese Forces? But he doesn’t want to unify the weapons of Hezbollah? Im telling you this man will do anything for power, he killed his own Christian brothers for power. He know well that in order to be powerful in Lebanon he has to side with Hezbollah.

    We’ll twist this bastards jaw, before he twists anymore Lebanese minds, that are twisted enough because of this guy. How can you unconditionally love this man? What has he done for Lebanon in the past or present? None the less the average Lebanese lives for 75 years, hes like 85 or something so his days and FPM days are numbered all together.

    • Anonymous

      Oh? 75 ??  Maybe you need a new survey on that which includes more than just people in Beirut. Most of the ones I knew were gone before 65 … cardio-related problems because of constant stress trying to survive and lack of money for any health care. Perhaps only a certain part of society make it to ‘old’ age … but then, we are talking here about the lives of the rich and infamous … or the brain-dead who never have worried anyway.

  • libnan1

    One observer commented to Ya Libnan about Aoun’s statement by saying:” The last one who should be talking about the spies is Aoun. He added that Aoun must have forgotten Karam”
    Who is that observer? A member of the Farteen gang.

  • Anonymous

    One observer commented to Ya Libnan about Aoun’s statement by saying:” The last one who should be talking about the spies is Aoun. He added that Aoun must have forgotten Karam”
    Who is that observer? A member of the Farteen gang.

  • libnan1

    I never knew there would be a better tomorrow
    But you’ve come into Lebanon life and taken away all its sorrow

    Lebanon days of sadness are a thing of the past
    Because we have found true leader at last

    You’ve opened a window
    You’ve shown us the light
    And our appreciation for you will continue to burn orange bright.

    • Beiruti

      You must be a 10 year old kid that has a dad who unconditionally loves Aoun.
      Cause shit you have a lot of time on your hands for a regular Lebanese working adult if you can write these poems.

      • libnan1

        Believe it or not, I don’t have much time. I just think of the words while driving, I have a long ugly commute. Don’t take things too seriously, life is short. I know you got hurt by Aoun actions in the past. I wish you lived close by so we can get together and I would clearly explain my point of view.  

        • 7akibalash

          like meeting you in person would change a damn thing, you write poems for aoun? if you met aoun and he said to you, “get down on your knees and service me”, would you do it?
          I bet you would do it

      • libnan1

        Believe it or not, I don’t have much time. I just think of the words while driving, I have a long ugly commute. Don’t take things too seriously, life is short. I know you got hurt by Aoun actions in the past. I wish you lived close by so we can get together and I would clearly explain my point of view.  

        • 7akibalash

          like meeting you in person would change a damn thing, you write poems for aoun? if you met aoun and he said to you, “get down on your knees and service me”, would you do it?
          I bet you would do it

      • 316909

        I wouldn’t be surprised if he was a 45yr virgin living with his parents.

        • libnan1

          Way off the mark. Not 45 yet, few more yrs to go. I’m married to a hot looking wife and have 5 kids, I can’t stay off her….:). I don’t live with my parents, my mother lives with us. I just write poems (zagal) about people I admire, after all I’m from the Shouf and we like Zagal. I can write you a poem if you like !!!   

    • Mazen_M

      These poems are funny!! I laugh everytime I read them and wonder what your IQ is:) You think Aoun is reading them? I think even if he reads them, he will think your crazy!!. I have one that I hope he reads:

      Roses are red, violets are blueMonkeys like Aoun should be kept in a zoo.

      • libnan1

        I knew you would like it. I was going to include you in it. I actually don’t have too much time, I come up with the words during my morning commute. My IQ is pretty high. For some reason people dislike Aoun, I still haven’t figured that out.

        • Mazen_M

          Well if your IQ is truly high, then you should figure why people dislike Aoun right?:) Anyway, the only reason I write you back is not because I want to bash Aoun, it’s because I don’t respect people in Lebanon that worship politicians. I don’t see it here in the U.S. Nobody writes poems about their politicians!!. This behaviour towards our respective leaders in Lebanon (by worshiping them) is what’s driving us to hate each other and leads to wars……I’m now very sure about that.

        • 7akibalash

          libnan1, That’s the phenomena, when you get up high in the IQs you start acting and sounding like a retard… keep trying though you just might figure it out one day !!! I have a poem about aoun you should read :
          aoun, ya aoun
          ya 7a2ir, shou jabak la hon?
          15 sini w inti hirban
          bi3itna, ya kalb ya jaban.
          aoun, ya aoun
          ya kalb, 2oum n2ibir min hon.

          let me know how you like i just made it up 😀 the beautifull thing, these words came from the bottom of my heart.

        • kareemthehippy

          I’ll tell you why I dislike Aoun.  It’s the same reason I dislike all the other Lebanese politicians. He isn’t legitimate and authentic because he keeps jumping from one political alliance to another.  Second of all, he is an ally of Hezbollah and Syria YET calls for secularism and feminism and all that junk that he uses to try and get people from the younger generation.

          Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for secularism and feminism…but he is a fraud.  He should give it a rest, like all of March 14 and March 8 should. Give way to newer people who TRULY want to help Lebanon.

        • libnan1

          @7akibalash:disqus  You’re catching on. Maybe we can turn this site into a poem debate. Now I got you and Mazen to write poems. It’s a beautiful thing, definitely better than insults.    

      • libnan1

        I knew you would like it. I was going to include you in it. I actually don’t have too much time, I come up with the words during my morning commute. My IQ is pretty high. For some reason people dislike Aoun, I still haven’t figured that out.

        • libnan1

          @7akibalash:disqus  You’re catching on. Maybe we can turn this site into a poem debate. Now I got you and Mazen to write poems. It’s a beautiful thing, definitely better than insults.    

    • kamille1

      what light do u see libnan1?? there is no electricity..the last time he said he was going to do some arm twisting, the americans sent him a nice message through his beloved the syrians, i hope if they do it this time, they spare innocent lives and take him out alone.

    • kamille1

      what light do u see libnan1?? there is no electricity..the last time he said he was going to do some arm twisting, the americans sent him a nice message through his beloved the syrians, i hope if they do it this time, they spare innocent lives and take him out alone.

    • 5thDrawer

      With a few word changes, you could use that on your girlfriend. 😉

    • 5thDrawer

      With a few word changes, you could use that on your girlfriend. 😉

    • kareemthehippy

      Tell me which window Aoun opened so I can jump out of it and put an end to my damn misery.

    • kareemthehippy

      Tell me which window Aoun opened so I can jump out of it and put an end to my damn misery.

  • Anonymous

    I never knew there would be a better tomorrow
    But you’ve come into Lebanon life and taken away all its sorrow

    Lebanon days of sadness are a thing of the past
    Because we have found true leader at last

    You’ve opened a window
    You’ve shown us the light
    And our appreciation for you will continue to burn orange bright.

    • Anonymous

      You must be a 10 year old kid that has a dad who unconditionally loves Aoun.
      Cause shit you have a lot of time on your hands for a regular Lebanese working adult if you can write these poems.

      • Anonymous

        Believe it or not, I don’t have much time. I just think of the words while driving, I have a long ugly commute. Don’t take things too seriously, life is short. I know you got hurt by Aoun actions in the past. I wish you lived close by so we can get together and I would clearly explain my point of view.  

        • Anonymous

          like meeting you in person would change a damn thing, you write poems for aoun? if you met aoun and he said to you, “get down on your knees and service me”, would you do it?
          I bet you would do it

      • Anonymous

        I wouldn’t be surprised if he was a 45yr virgin living with his parents.

        • Anonymous

          Way off the mark. Not 45 yet, few more yrs to go. I’m married to a hot looking wife and have 5 kids, I can’t stay off her….:). I don’t live with my parents, my mother lives with us. I just write poems (zagal) about people I admire, after all I’m from the Shouf and we like Zagal. I can write you a poem if you like !!!   

    • Anonymous

      These poems are funny!! I laugh everytime I read them and wonder what your IQ is:) You think Aoun is reading them? I think even if he reads them, he will think your crazy!!. I have one that I hope he reads:

      Roses are red, violets are blueMonkeys like Aoun should be kept in a zoo.

      • Anonymous

        I knew you would like it. I was going to include you in it. I actually don’t have too much time, I come up with the words during my morning commute. My IQ is pretty high. For some reason people dislike Aoun, I still haven’t figured that out.

        • Anonymous

          Well if your IQ is truly high, then you should figure why people dislike Aoun right?:) Anyway, the only reason I write you back is not because I want to bash Aoun, it’s because I don’t respect people in Lebanon that worship politicians. I don’t see it here in the U.S. Nobody writes poems about their politicians!!. This behaviour towards our respective leaders in Lebanon (by worshiping them) is what’s driving us to hate each other and leads to wars……I’m now very sure about that.

        • Anonymous

          libnan1, That’s the phenomena, when you get up high in the IQs you start acting and sounding like a retard… keep trying though you just might figure it out one day !!! I have a poem about aoun you should read :
          aoun, ya aoun
          ya 7a2ir, shou jabak la hon?
          15 sini w inti hirban
          bi3itna, ya kalb ya jaban.
          aoun, ya aoun
          ya kalb, 2oum n2ibir min hon.

          let me know how you like i just made it up 😀 the beautifull thing, these words came from the bottom of my heart.

        • Anonymous

          I’ll tell you why I dislike Aoun.  It’s the same reason I dislike all the other Lebanese politicians. He isn’t legitimate and authentic because he keeps jumping from one political alliance to another.  Second of all, he is an ally of Hezbollah and Syria YET calls for secularism and feminism and all that junk that he uses to try and get people from the younger generation.

          Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for secularism and feminism…but he is a fraud.  He should give it a rest, like all of March 14 and March 8 should. Give way to newer people who TRULY want to help Lebanon.

        • Anonymous

          @7akibalash:disqus  You’re catching on. Maybe we can turn this site into a poem debate. Now I got you and Mazen to write poems. It’s a beautiful thing, definitely better than insults.    

    • Anonymous

      what light do u see libnan1?? there is no electricity..the last time he said he was going to do some arm twisting, the americans sent him a nice message through his beloved the syrians, i hope if they do it this time, they spare innocent lives and take him out alone.

    • Anonymous

      what light do u see libnan1?? there is no electricity..the last time he said he was going to do some arm twisting, the americans sent him a nice message through his beloved the syrians, i hope if they do it this time, they spare innocent lives and take him out alone.

    • Anonymous

      With a few word changes, you could use that on your girlfriend. 😉

    • Anonymous

      Tell me which window Aoun opened so I can jump out of it and put an end to my damn misery.

  • Anonymous

    I never knew there would be a better tomorrow
    But you’ve come into Lebanon life and taken away all its sorrow

    Lebanon days of sadness are a thing of the past
    Because we have found true leader at last

    You’ve opened a window
    You’ve shown us the light
    And our appreciation for you will continue to burn orange bright.

  • ralphsrouji

    ya haram, what do you want to twist? whose arms? leik hal sanfour…
    you can’t form a government with your allies and you want to go against the CIA?
    the sad part is that there are other sanafers who believe him and even write him poems like the following:
    I never sanfoured there would sanfour a better sanfour
    but you’ve sanfoured into sanfourland’s sanfour and sanfoured away
    sanfourland days of sadness are a sanfour of the past Because we have sanfoured true sanfour at last You’ve sanfoured a window You’ve sanfoured us the light And our sanfour for you will continue to sanfour orange sanfour. 
    This is poetry people, teach it in the classes of sanfourland and your days will be all sanfour!

  • ralphsrouji

    ya haram, what do you want to twist? whose arms? leik hal sanfour…
    you can’t form a government with your allies and you want to go against the CIA?
    the sad part is that there are other sanafers who believe him and even write him poems like the following:
    I never sanfoured there would sanfour a better sanfour
    but you’ve sanfoured into sanfourland’s sanfour and sanfoured away
    sanfourland days of sadness are a sanfour of the past Because we have sanfoured true sanfour at last You’ve sanfoured a window You’ve sanfoured us the light And our sanfour for you will continue to sanfour orange sanfour. 
    This is poetry people, teach it in the classes of sanfourland and your days will be all sanfour!

  • Anonymous

    ya haram, what do you want to twist? whose arms? leik hal sanfour…
    you can’t form a government with your allies and you want to go against the CIA?
    the sad part is that there are other sanafers who believe him and even write him poems like the following:
    I never sanfoured there would sanfour a better sanfour
    but you’ve sanfoured into sanfourland’s sanfour and sanfoured away
    sanfourland days of sadness are a sanfour of the past Because we have sanfoured true sanfour at last You’ve sanfoured a window You’ve sanfoured us the light And our sanfour for you will continue to sanfour orange sanfour. 
    This is poetry people, teach it in the classes of sanfourland and your days will be all sanfour!

  • Elinjaim

    In your dreams Mr. Aoun! Only an Alzheimer Patient can claim that he can defeat America.
    Mr. Aoun, just be quiet and happy that America is not fighting you because if it is you’d be
    two meters underground by now.

  • Elinjaim

    In your dreams Mr. Aoun! Only an Alzheimer Patient can claim that he can defeat America.
    Mr. Aoun, just be quiet and happy that America is not fighting you because if it is you’d be
    two meters underground by now.

  • Anonymous

    In your dreams Mr. Aoun! Only an Alzheimer Patient can claim that he can defeat America.
    Mr. Aoun, just be quiet and happy that America is not fighting you because if it is you’d be
    two meters underground by now.