PFLP-GC rocket launchers on 888 hill outrage Jumblatt

Al Jumhouriaya newspaper reported on Monday that the meeting between Public Works and Transportation Minister Ghazi Aridi and Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah is related to the recent strain in Hezbollah-PSP relations.

Aridi said on Monday that his meeting with Nasrallah was not the first, but it was the first one to have been announced.

According to Jumhouriaya , Jumblatt was outraged when he heard that Hezbollah has recently positioned rocket launchers on top of the strategic 888 hill near Aley in MT. Lebanon. The hill was the focal point of the fighting in MT Lebanon between the Druze and Hezbollah in May 2008. Jumblatt asked MP Akram Shehayeb who is from Aley to inquire about the developments on the hill with Hezbollah. Shehayeb contacted Hezbollah’s security coordinator Wafik Safa who claimed that those manning the hill are undisciplined members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine -General Command ( PFLP-GC)

Both Hezbollah and PFLP-GC are backed by Syria and according to observers both parties coordinate their activities .

According to Jumhouriaya Jumblatt’s visit to Syria last week was related to the above issue . He was accompanied by Aridi during his Syria trip.

According to Jumhouriaya sources Jumblatt understood that from his Syrian visit that the developments on 888 hill were a message to him in response to his calls on Syrian president Bashar al Assad to immediately implement the reforms he promised .

Aridi told LBC television on Monday that the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) , of which he is a member does not make decisions under pressure. He did not elaborate, but may have been referring to the recent dispute with MP Michel Aoun (Hezbollah’s key Christian ally ) over the energy bill

Asked about the alleged meeting between PSP leader MP Walid Jumblatt and opposition leader Saad Hariri, Aridi said that “the meeting did not take place.” This was in reference to the rumors that Jumblatt met Hariri during his last trip to Turkey

  • those manning the hill are undisciplined members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine -General Command ( PFLP-GC) undiciplined? undiciplined? undiciplined? 
     who diciplines brats  in lebanon? the army nooo isf nooo,,, is it not undiciplined palestinians that caused ther majority of the the damage to lebanon? who had the infinite wisdom to give theses lovely  guests the right to bear arms and make their camps off limits to the leabnese authorities, would any other country be ok with refugees positioning canons on moutain tops? clearly his royal dudness  hsn was aware of the weapons being positioned on mount lebanon and was ok with it! why? why?
    i am sorry if lebanon was a business or corporation it would be bankrupted in seconds the way its run  by unqualified,biased,self serving,incompetent spineless worms. i know i had a triple essprsso just befroe i read this crap and i know i sound spring loaded  but besides being a beautifull piece of real estate lebanon is doomed  and probably deserves  what it gets since it learns nothing from its past.i am wiling to bet that a walmart security manger can run this county better than the current stooges.

    • 5thDrawer

      Errr … here … have a cappucino too … 😉
       Maybe they are there to shoot down Israeli & UN warplanes … when they come for those ships killing poor people in coastal villages.

      But maybe they are ‘undiciplined’ enough to blow themselves up … like a couple of car-bombers of recent acquaintance.

      • 2160John

        Israel did the same thing in 2006. I remember hearing them shoot the canons because I was there

        • 5thDrawer

          But that was a war, wasn’t it? Against a ‘foreign’ country?  Not quite the same as blasting away at your own poor citizens … making instant gravel and using them to soften up the land for Iran to set up a ‘base’.

  • those manning the hill are undisciplined members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine -General Command ( PFLP-GC) undiciplined? undiciplined? undiciplined? 
     who diciplines brats  in lebanon? the army nooo isf nooo,,, is it not undiciplined palestinians that caused ther majority of the the damage to lebanon? who had the infinite wisdom to give theses lovely  guests the right to bear arms and make their camps off limits to the leabnese authorities, would any other country be ok with refugees positioning canons on moutain tops? clearly his royal dudness  hsn was aware of the weapons being positioned on mount lebanon and was ok with it! why? why?
    i am sorry if lebanon was a business or corporation it would be bankrupted in seconds the way its run  by unqualified,biased,self serving,incompetent spineless worms. i know i had a triple essprsso just befroe i read this crap and i know i sound spring loaded  but besides being a beautifull peace of real estate lebanon is doomed  and probably deserves  what it gets since it learns nothing from its past.i am wiling to be that a walmart security manger can run this county better than the current stooges.

    • Anonymous

      Errr … here … have a cappucino too … 😉
       Maybe they are there to shoot down Israeli & UN warplanes … when they come for those ships killing poor people in coastal villages.

      • Anonymous

        Israel did the same thing in 2006. I remember hearing them shoot the canons because I was there

        • Anonymous

          But that was a war, wasn’t it?  Not quite the same as blasting away at your own poor citizens. Using them to soften up the land for Iran to set up a ‘base’.

  • those manning the hill are undisciplined members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine -General Command ( PFLP-GC) undiciplined? undiciplined? undiciplined? 
     who diciplines brats  in lebanon? the army nooo isf nooo,,, is it not undiciplined palestinians that caused ther majority of the the damage to lebanon? who had the infinite wisdom to give theses lovely  guests the right to bear arms and make their camps off limits to the leabnese authorities, would any other country be ok with refugees positioning canons on moutain tops? clearly his royal dudness  hsn was aware of the weapons being positioned on mount lebanon and was ok with it! why? why?
    i am sorry if lebanon was a business or corporation it would be bankrupted in seconds the way its run  by unqualified,biased,self serving,incompetent spineless worms. i know i had a triple essprsso just befroe i read this crap and i know i sound spring loaded  but besides being a beautifull peace of real estate lebanon is doomed  and probably deserves  what it gets since it learns nothing from its past.i am wiling to be that a walmart security manger can run this county better than the current stooges.

  • were palestinians exempt from disarming under taef accord? if yes why?  did they need to have weapons in nahr el barded  a million miles north of israel? only in lebanon they are enabled to do this crap and kill almost 200 lebanese soldiers, try this in turkey and see ass whooping they would get. 

  • were palestinians exempt from disarming under taef accord? if yes why?  did they need to have weapons in nahr el barded  a million miles north of israel? only in lebanon they are enabled to do this crap and kill almost 200 lebanese soldiers, try this in turkey and see ass whooping they would get. 

  • Patience2

    New civil war just around the corner.

    • i hope you are wrong but it appears to be brewing in that direction,  middle east world war is likely catalized by romance and wet dreams between syria and iran.

    • i hope you are wrong but it appears to be brewing in that direction,  middle east world war is likely catalized by romance and wet dreams between syria and iran.

    • 5thDrawer

      Seems so 🙁

  • Anonymous

    New civil war just around the corner.

    • i hope you are wrong but it appears to be brewing in that direction,  middle east world war is likely catalized by romance and wet dreams between syria and iran.

    • Anonymous

      Seems so 🙁

  • 5thDrawer

    Time to set up something bigger on hill 887 & 889 I think …

  • Anonymous

    Time to set up something bigger on hill 889 I think …

  • shankarees

    The strategic position of hill 888 is being prepared and armed with missiles to protect the Shia of Qumatiyyé where Hezballah is well established and Kayfoon which suffers from the same cancer.  Further, the weapons’ strategic positioning on that famous hill is a warning to the Druze i.e. Jumblat supporters in Aley.  Whether the terrorists who are positioning themselves are Palestinian or Shia, they are missing the location of Israel, if either of them is truly in existence to fight Israel.  However, it is clear that they are positioning themselves to force Jumblat and the Druze community, one more time, to stand by this Lebanese cancer.

    • abusamir

      it is naive to thing to protect any thing other than to become a target by military super power , when the shit hit the fan, these will be taken out with lots of innocent people dead; Smart move!   

  • Anonymous

    The strategic position of hill 888 is being prepared and armed with missiles to protect the Shia of Qumatiyyé where Hezballah is well established and Kayfoon which suffers from the same cancer.  Further, the weapons’ strategic positioning on that famous hill is a warning to the Druze i.e. Jumblat supporters in Aley.  Whether the terrorists who are positioning themselves are Palestinian or Shia, they are missing the location of Israel, if either of them is truly in existence to fight Israel.  However, it is clear that they are positioning themselves to force Jumblat and the Druze community, one more time, to stand by this Lebanese cancer.

    • Anonymous

      it is naive to thing to protect any thing other than to become a target by military super power , when the shit hit the fan, these will be taken out with lots of innocent people dead; Smart move!   

  • austleb70

    Typical thug style intimidation tactics. Honestly how’s the country going to advance when we have thugs itching to turn it’s weapons on it’s own brothers. Apart from intimidating the druze what possible foreign target is 888 good for?

    • 2160John

      Hill 888 overlooks much of the strategical areas in Mount Lebanon. It can overlook the sea, the mountains and Beirut.

      • 5thDrawer

        And makes a perfect target for a ‘Big Boy’.
        Maybe they should stay in their caves under people’s apartments …

  • Anonymous

    Typical thug style intimidation tactics. Honestly how’s the country going to advance when we have thugs itching to turn it’s weapons on it’s own brothers. Apart from intimidating the druze what possible foreign target is 888 good for?

    • Anonymous

      Hill 888 overlooks much of the strategical areas in Mount Lebanon. It can overlook the sea, the mountains and Beirut.

      • Anonymous

        And makes a perfect target for a ‘Big Boy’.

  • 2160John

    Jumblat, what do you expect when you switch sides every other day. When you make a commitment to people like Assad, you really can’t turn your back on him. If you’re really just switching sides to protect the Druze community then stick to the Arab stance. Your supporters are confused and some of them think you lost your mind. The West does not care which side you choose even if they were to invade Lebanon one day(God forbid). If you were to even switch sides at the time when they do then they would still greet you with open arms. Stop playing games and stick to your decesions.

    • austleb70

      Thankfully us Druze don’t need the likes of Jumblatt to protect us. We did a good job of Protecting ourselves before he was around and I’m sure we continue to protect ourselves well, well after he’s gone. But having said that I agree that his political flip flopping isn’t reflecting well on our community.

    • austleb70

      Thankfully us Druze don’t need the likes of Jumblatt to protect us. We did a good job of Protecting ourselves before he was around and I’m sure we continue to protect ourselves well, well after he’s gone. But having said that I agree that his political flip flopping isn’t reflecting well on our community.

  • Anonymous

    Jumblat, what do you expect when you switch sides every other day. When you make a commitment to people like Assad, you really can’t turn your back on him. If you’re really just switching sides to protect the Druze community then stick to the Arab stance. Your supporters are confused and some of them think you lost your mind. The West does not care which side you choose even if they were to invade Lebanon one day(God forbid). If you were to even switch sides at the time when they do then they would still greet you with open arms. Stop playing games and stick to your decesions.

    • Anonymous

      Thankfully us Druze don’t need the likes of Jumblatt to protect us. We did a good job of Protecting ourselves before he was around and I’m sure we continue to protect ourselves well, well after he’s gone. But having said that I agree that his political flip flopping isn’t reflecting well on our community.

  • 7akibalash

    may you rest in peace Lebanon, may the powers that be resurrect you from your dark cold grave.

  • Anonymous

    may you rest in peace Lebanon, may the powers that be resurrect you from your dark cold grave.

  • Anonymous

    may you rest in peace Lebanon, may the powers that be resurrect you from your dark cold grave.

  • libnan1

    Aridi my shorts …. remember who was fight the Lebanese army to control the 888 hill !!!! You and your master are bunch of losers. The table has turned and now your ass is on the line.

  • Anonymous

    Aridi my shorts …. remember who was fight the Lebanese army to control the 888 hill !!!! You and your master are bunch of losers. The table has turned and now your ass is on the line.

  • AusLeb

    I have only one question… Where is the Lebanese Army?? Maybe I will go out and place a rocket launcher on the top of my street and see if anyone minds??

    • sadly the same place the army was when plo was putting road blocks and kidnapping  people in 1975  doing nothing  because of a politicaly correct mandate.that  accomplished nothing and initiated the civil war. decades later and 8 % of the lebanese population dead the army is not taken seriously by anyone  because of the puppet masters behind the scene  making sure the army does not get strong enough to make the resistance irrelavent and obsolete . strong army would  mean syria could not occupy  for 30 years and suck dry  lebanons resources and weaken the value of the lebanese currency . everyone knows  that if hizbollah was absorbed by the lebanese army  it would be a legitamete   army to reckon with  by  israel and syria and anyone who dares ~!#k  around  but the decision  to do so does not serve the intrest of syria, iran and his royal dudness and his $200 mil a year bonus. the only hope left  is in the next election someone with king kong size balls   and no baggage call them all out for what they are.

      • AusLeb

        I absolutely agree!

      • Leborigine

        Lebanon will become a real country when we get a leader who at least has half the balls of what al-marhoom Bashir Gemayel had.

  • Anonymous

    I have only one question… Where is the Lebanese Army?? Maybe I will go out and place a rocket launcher on the top of my street and see if anyone minds??

    • sadly the same place the army was when plo was putting road blocks and kidnapping  people in 1975  doing nothing  because of a politicaly correct mandate.that  accomplished nothing and initiated the civil war. decades later and 8 % of the lebanese population dead the army is not taken seriously by anyone  because of the puppet masters behind the scene  making sure the army does not get strong enough to make the resistance irrelavent and obsolete . strong army would  mean syria could not occupy  for 30 years and suck dry  lebanons resources and weaken the value of the lebanese currency . everyone knows  that if hizbollah was absorbed by the lebanese army  it would be a legitamete   army to reckon with  by  israel and syria and anyone who dares ~!#k  around  but the decision  to do so does not serve the intrest of syria, iran and his royal dudness and his $200 mil a year bonus. the only hope left  is in the next election someone with king kong size balls   and no baggage call them all out for what they are.

      • Anonymous

        I absolutely agree!

      • Anonymous

        Lebanon will become a real country when we get a leader who at least has half the balls of what al-marhoom Bashir Gemayel had.

  • lebster

    Hezzies bothered the Maronites, the Sunnis and  now the Druze …. The takeover of Lebanon had begun folks.

  • Anonymous

    Hezzies bothered the Maronites, the Sunnis and  now the Druze …. The takeover of Lebanon had begun folks.

  • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

    Back to Jordan with them.

  • Back to Jordan with them.

  • Popular Front for Liberation of what? If they are “liberating” Palestine, then they should get their Palestinian asses down to the South and do some liberating! In case these Ahmed Jibril dipshits didn’t know, Palestine does NOT extend to Aley. Maybe they can ask their Hizballah brothers if they can borrow a GPS navigational system so they can figure out what’s what in their HOST country! Dumbasses, the whole lot of them! All I can say to both hizballah and PFLP is listem to your mommas and don’t play with fire boys, because you’re libel to get burned.

  • Popular Front for Liberation of what? If they are “liberating” Palestine, then they should get their Palestinian asses down to the South and do some liberating! In case these Ahmed Jibril dipshits didn’t know, Palestine does NOT extend to Aley. Maybe they can ask their Hizballah brothers if they can borrow a GPS navigational system so they can figure out what’s what in their HOST country! Dumbasses, the whole lot of them! All I can say to both hizballah and PFLP is listem to your mommas and don’t play with fire boys, because you’re libel to get burned.

  • Popular Front for the Liberation of what? If they are “liberating” Palestine, then they should get their Palestinian asses down to the South and do some liberating! In case these Ahmed Jibril dipshits didn’t know, Palestine does NOT extend to Aley. Maybe they can ask their Hizballah brothers if they can borrow a GPS navigational system so they can figure out what’s what in their HOST country! Dumbasses, the whole lot of them! All I can say to both hizballah and PFLP is listen to your mommas and don’t play with fire boys, because you’re libel to get burned.

  • Popular Front for the Liberation of what? If they are “liberating” Palestine, then they should get their Palestinian asses down to the South and do some liberating! In case these Ahmed Jibril dipshits didn’t know, Palestine does NOT extend to Aley. Maybe they can ask their Hizballah brothers if they can borrow a GPS navigational system so they can figure out what’s what in their HOST country! Dumbasses, the whole lot of them! All I can say to both hizballah and PFLP is listen to your mommas and don’t play with fire boys, because you’re libel to get burned.

  • those people are hizballah but they do come under many names stupid jumblat thought the are not gonna do anything in mont lebanon what an idiots and the next rocket luncher will be places between you legs and over your head what an idiot is jumblatt

  • those people are hizballah but they do come under many names stupid jumblat thought the are not gonna do anything in mont lebanon what an idiots and the next rocket luncher will be places between you legs and over your head what an idiot is jumblatt

  • Fadi81

    its like the damn mafia…this prick goes to Syria to ask permission from the big dog if he can make a hit on a ‘made ‘organization? or just some ass kissing hoping they can be moved or redeployed?

    enough dealing and negotiating with these mobster terrorists! the mesage has been loud and clear since 2005, those who lack the freedom and courage to really open their eyes before its to late will be forgotten fast…

  • Fadi81

    its like the damn mafia…this prick goes to Syria to ask permission from the big dog if he can make a hit on a ‘made ‘organization? or just some ass kissing hoping they can be moved or redeployed?

    enough dealing and negotiating with these mobster terrorists! the mesage has been loud and clear since 2005, those who lack the freedom and courage to really open their eyes before its to late will be forgotten fast…

  • Anonymous

    its like the damn mafia…this prick goes to Syria to ask permission from the big dog if he can make a hit on a ‘made ‘organization? or just some ass kissing hoping they can be moved or redeployed?

    enough dealing and negotiating with these mobster terrorists! the mesage has been loud and clear since 2005, those who lack the freedom and courage to really open their eyes before its to late will be forgotten fast…