MP Hamadeh: Do we need to form militia’s to protect ourselves?

March 14 MP Marwan Hamadeh told Al-Mustaqbal newspaper in remarks published on Saturday that “the actions of some armed parties and fake diplomatic delegations are intolerable and threaten the security of Lebanon and its people,” in a reference to Hezbollah and the Syrian Embassy in Beirut respectively.

“Is every citizen asked to protect himself? Are we going to need to form militias again in order to protect us from other militias?” he said

Hamadeh also called on Interior Minister Marwan Charbel and Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn to clarify the circumstances surrounding the abduction of three Syrian nationals on Friday in Beirut’s Bir Hassan, a Hezbollah stronghold.

“We will have a stance in the parliament, via media and with human rights organizations to stop these actions,” he added..

He is referring to the three Syrian nationals who were reportedly kidnapped on Friday morning in Beirut’s suburb of Bir Hassan , a Hezbollah stronghold and released later in the day, claiming the abductors were trying to rob them , a story that few bought in Lebanon

  • 5thDrawer

    Minute-by-minute interrogations … nice … sounds like Syria. Make sure you prepare all the ‘right’ answers in your minds, people.

  • Anonymous

    Minute-by-minute interrogations … nice … sounds like Syria. Make sure you prepare all the ‘right’ answers in your minds, people.

  • Amine123

    Of course you need to form strong militia to protect yourself and your people against the murder regime of Syria and their Puppet Hezbolah…
    Wake up and avoid another civil war Mr

  • Anonymous

    Of course you need to form strong militia to protect yourself and your people against the murder regime of Syria and their Puppet Hezbolah…
    Wake up and avoid another civil war Mr

  • Patience2

    One real step forward would be to ‘eliminate’ the Syrian Embassy in Beirut.  What’s it good for anyway, except cordinating the rape of Lebanon??

  • Anonymous

    One real step forward would be to ‘eliminate’ the Syrian Embassy in Beirut.  What’s it good for anyway, except cordinating the rape of Lebanon??

  • Rafic

    Since the Lebanese Independence Syria never had an Embassy in Beirut, but International pressure on Pres. Bashar Assad  made him to establish one and that shows that Lebanon is sovereign in symbolic sense and no more part of Syria ,so good or bad it is essential to have an Embassy in Beirut.

    • 5thDrawer

      Glad you said ‘Symbolic’. Obviously they don’t need one to run in and terrorize people.

  • Rafic

    Since the Lebanese Independence Syria never had an Embassy in Beirut, but International pressure on Pres. Bashar Assad  made him to establish one and that shows that Lebanon is sovereign in symbolic sense and no more part of Syria ,so good or bad it is essential to have an Embassy in Beirut.

    • 5thDrawer

      Glad you said ‘Symbolic’. Obviously they don’t need one to run in and terrorize people.

  • Anonymous

    Since the Lebanese Independence Syria never had an Embassy in Beirut, but International pressure on Pres. Bashar Assad  made him to establish one and that shows that Lebanon is sovereign in symbolic sense and no more part of Syria ,so good or bad it is essential to have an Embassy in Beirut.

    • Anonymous

      Glad you said ‘Symbolic’. Obviously they don’t need one to run in and terrorize people.