Massive Car Bomb in Beirut Kills Top Security Official

A huge car bomb explosion in Beirut on Friday killed a top Lebanese security official whose investigations implicated Syria and Hezbollah in the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik al-Hariri seven years ago.

The rush-hour bomb in the centre of the Lebanese capital killed eight people and wounded about 80 others, heightening fears that Syria’s war is spilling over into Lebanon.

Among the dead was Wissam al-Hassan, the head of a Lebanese intelligence agency who had also uncovered a recent bomb plot that led to the arrest of a pro-Syrian Lebanese politician, a Lebanese official said.

Al-Hassan was a close aide to Hariri, a Sunni Muslim who was killed in a 2005 bomb attack in downtown Beirut. Al-Hassan’s investigation into Hariri’s death uncovered evidence that implicated Syria and Hezbollah in the killing.

Friday’s bombing, reminiscent of grim scenes from Lebanon’s own 1975-1990 civil war, was seen as being linked to the heightened tension between Lebanese factions on opposite sides of the conflict in Syria.

The explosion ripped through the street where the office of the anti-Damascus Christian Phalange Party is located near Sassine Square in Ashrafiyeh, a mostly Christian area.

Phalange leader Sami al-Gemayel, a staunch opponent of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and a member of parliament, condemned the attack.

“Let the state protect the citizens. We will not accept any procrastination in this matter, we cannot continue like that. We have been warning for a year. Enough,” said Gemayel, whose brother was assassinated in November 2006.

The war in Syria, which has killed 30,000 people in the past 19 months, has pitted mostly Sunni insurgents against Assad, who is from the Alawite sect linked to Shi’ite Islam.

Lebanon’s religious communities are divided between those supporting Assad and those backing the rebels trying to overthrow him.

The blast occurred when parents were picking up children from school, and sent black smoke billowing into the sky.

Eight people were killed and at least 78 were wounded, the state news agency said, quoting civil defense officials.

Several cars were destroyed and the front of a multi-storey building was badly damaged, with tangled wires and metal railings crashing to the ground.

SCENES REMINISCENT OF DARK DAYS

In the aftermath, residents ran about in panic looking for relatives while others helped carry the wounded to ambulances. Security forces blanketed the area.

Ambulances ferried the wounded to several hospitals, where doctors, nurses and students waited for casualties at the doors. At one, an elderly woman sat in the emergency room with blood staining her blouse.

The hospitals put out an appeal for blood donations.

An employee of a bank on the street pointed to the blown-out windows of his building.

“Some people were wounded from my bank. I think it was a car bomb. The whole car jumped five floors into the air,” he said.

Michael Fish, 25, a British musician visiting Beirut, said he was in his hotel a street away when the explosion happened.

“At first I thought it was an earthquake. It shook the whole hotel for a second.”

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said the government was trying to find out who carried out the attack and those responsible would be punished.

The prospect that Syria’s war might spread to Lebanon has worried many people here and fighting broke out in February between supporters and opponents of Assad in the northern city of Tripoli.

Syria has played a major role in Lebanese politics, siding with different factions during the civil war. It deployed troops in Beirut and parts of the country during the war and they stayed until 2005.

In Damascus, Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zoabie told reporters: “We condemn this terrorist explosion and all these explosions wherever they happen. Nothing justifies them.”

Tension between Sunnis, Shi’ites and Christians in Lebanon has continued after the civil war but has increased with the Syria conflict erupted.

“CANNOT BE ISOLATED FROM SYRIA”

Nabil Boumonsef, a columnist at the Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar, said: “They warned of the implications of the Syrian crisis and here it comes. Who did it and why nobody knows but what is certain is that it cannot be isolated from what is happening in Syria.”

“The explosion shows that Lebanon cannot be safe and peaceful in the middle of this situation boiling around it.”

Sunni-Shi’te rivalry hit a peak when former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, a Sunni, was killed in 2005. Hariri supporters accused Syria and then Hezbollah of killing him – a charge they both deny. An international tribunal accused several Hezbollah members of involvement in the murder.

Hezbollah’s political opponents, who have for months accused it of aiding Assad’s forces, have warned that its involvement in Syria could reignite the sectarian tension of the civil war.

Sarkis Naoum, a columnist on Syrian affairs at an-Nahar said: “This is all interlinked to the sectarian and political conflict, and the conflict among intelligence services in the region. The aim of this is to spoil things.”

Bombings were a hallmark of the civil war but the last such attack in Beirut was in 2008 when three people were killed in an explosion which damaged a U.S. diplomatic car.

Beirut has undergone massive reconstruction to repair the damage from the civil war and in recent years has enjoyed a tourist boom, boosted by Beirut’s pulsating nightlife. That is now also under threat.

Reuters

  • guss043

    Nasrallah must go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      yep nasrallah will be going to mekkah inshallah soon

      • nagy_michael2

        And he will be stoned like the devil he is.. he will face thousands of angry men who despise him and will trump on him like a rat he is. You and him will die an ugly death because he will face the likes of Saddam and Ghaddafi. remember the poor bastard was squeeling when they caught him. i actually felt sorry for him even though he deserved it. Hitler and his arroagance, Saddam, stalin, ghaddafi, tunisia, yemen, mubarack all face ugly fates and your turn is coming to Imax Theatres near you. Live by the Sword and you will die by the Sword. Its not enough they killed so many good lebanese and they keep on doing it and accusing the state of Israel of these ugly crimes. Well Israelis are more honorable than you jackass. At least they don’t hit us unless we hit them. you hit us and destroy us simply for speaking our minds. you talk about being israeli enemy. At least this so called Enemy do not attack us unless provoked. you poor bastards you don’t know what’s coming to you..

      • guss043

        listen  am Lebanese and my religion id noy of you f business , i understand you are a follower of the monkey face the F persian F najjad For your info Najjad is a Jew ( read history) pure Jew. Now when Assad is destroyes or smashed ,or cooked alive, we are going to bring the followers of the F Najjad and make them all knee dwn and lick and shine the shoes of Hariri one by one , and you are going to be one of them in the lineup as you are also a follower …. I can go low but i cant be as low as you guys ,you are naturally born low !!!!!! take Lebanon name as only Hariri /Geagea and cedar revolutuion followers can be named Lebanese ,Capice a hole?

        • Lebanon10452

          you can carry the lebanese nationality since when syria occupied Lebanon many falastizis or just tizis like you got it however this does not mean you are one of us; but hahahaha  hariri son, an sob, gay father, father married to a saoudi emir, thus just a saoudi, and you call him lebanese hahahahahaha, you make me roll on ground from laughter; even his accent is that of a saoudi
          and the second lebanese you cite hahahahaha geagea, a male prostitute, selling anything including honour(btw he got none) a notorious criminal who should rot in jail for the rest of his life, devoid of any civil rights, hahahaha, that is your example of a lebanese; honestly if these two were lebanese, i will restitute my lebanese nationality immediately and would leave Lebanon for good; now again on this blog, the title of which is Lebanon yet it is obviously defending the interests of israel and is financed by saoudis, many claim to be lebanese just to trick us; look at 5th whatever what, she claims to be lebanese yet she is more jewish than any orthodox hakham; the only arabic word she knows is habibi which she uses to both males and females; oops she could be armenian; insh speces? lovem!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      wla hmar, iza ma mitit ma shift min met

      • guss043

        ma fi hmar ghier leli michyin wara mitlak,ya hamr machift Hitler we Saddam, wa mussolini ,we Tchwachesko kif intahou, Baka hal Mijrem alai ismou el assad wa nasrallaj jeyi dawron wa dawarak  maoun 

        • Lebanon1o452

          apologies for calling you hmar; i overestimated your intelligence; again sorry for degrading the hmar

      • guss043

        take off the name of lebanon from you , you dirty follower fo the monkey faced Najjad

        • Lebanon1o452

          listen ya kuss: you are a yahoodi that is to my eyes a criminal; when you speak about Lebanon you got to sterilise your dirty tongue; the thing i like about hizbollah is that they made you stand up when you talk about Lebanon

        • Lebanon10452

          ya kuss yahoodi; Libnan ashraf min rassak wa sobbat asghar libneneh ashraf min rass akbar isra’eeli

  • guss043

    Nasrallah must go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      yep nasrallah will be going to mekkah inshallah soon

      • nagy_michael2

        And he will be stoned like the devil he is.. he will face thousands of angry men who despise him and will trump on him like a rat he is. You and him will die an ugly death because he will face the likes of Saddam and Ghaddafi. remember the poor bastard was squeeling when they caught him. i actually felt sorry for him even though he deserved it. Hitler and his arroagance, Saddam, stalin, ghaddafi, tunisia, yemen, mubarack all face ugly fates and your turn is coming to Imax Theatres near you. Live by the Sword and you will die by the Sword. Its not enough they killed so many good lebanese and they keep on doing it and accusing the state of Israel of these ugly crimes. Well Israelis are more honorable than you jackass. At least they don’t hit us unless we hit them. you hit us and destroy us simply for speaking our minds. you talk about being israeli enemy. At least this so called Enemy do not attack us unless provoked. you poor bastards you don’t know what’s coming to you..

      • guss043

        listen  am Lebanese and my religion id noy of you f business , i understand you are a follower of the monkey face the F persian F najjad For your info Najjad is a Jew ( read history) pure Jew. Now when Assad is destroyes or smashed ,or cooked alive, we are going to bring the followers of the F Najjad and make them all knee dwn and lick and shine the shoes of Hariri one by one , and you are going to be one of them in the lineup as you are also a follower …. I can go low but i cant be as low as you guys ,you are naturally born low !!!!!! take Lebanon name as only Hariri /Geagea and cedar revolutuion followers can be named Lebanese ,Capice a hole?

        • Lebanon10452

          you can carry the lebanese nationality since when syria occupied Lebanon many falastizis or just tizis like you got it however this does not mean you are one of us; but hahahaha  hariri son, an sob, gay father, father married to a saoudi emir, thus just a saoudi, and you call him lebanese hahahahahaha, you make me roll on ground from laughter; even his accent is that of a saoudi
          and the second lebanese you cite hahahahaha geagea, a male prostitute, selling anything including honour(btw he got none) a notorious criminal who should rot in jail for the rest of his life, devoid of any civil rights, hahahaha, that is your example of a lebanese; honestly if these two were lebanese, i will restitute my lebanese nationality immediately and would leave Lebanon for good; now again on this blog, the title of which is Lebanon yet it is obviously defending the interests of israel and is financed by saoudis, many claim to be lebanese just to trick us; look at 5th whatever what, she claims to be lebanese yet she is more jewish than any orthodox hakham; the only arabic word she knows is habibi which she uses to both males and females; oops she could be armenian; insh speces? lovem!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      wla hmar, iza ma mitit ma shift min met

      • guss043

        ma fi hmar ghier leli michyin wara mitlak,ya hamr machift Hitler we Saddam, wa mussolini ,we Tchwachesko kif intahou, Baka hal Mijrem alai ismou el assad wa nasrallaj jeyi dawron wa dawarak  maoun 

        • Lebanon1o452

          apologies for calling you hmar; i overestimated your intelligence; again sorry for degrading the hmar

      • guss043

        take off the name of lebanon from you , you dirty follower fo the monkey faced Najjad

        • Lebanon1o452

          listen ya kuss: you are a yahoodi that is to my eyes a criminal; when you speak about Lebanon you got to sterilise your dirty tongue; the thing i like about hizbollah is that they made you stand up when you talk about Lebanon

        • Lebanon10452

          ya kuss yahoodi; Libnan ashraf min rassak wa sobbat asghar libneneh ashraf min rass akbar isra’eeli

  • rossoferrari

    Simply said an act of cowards: translates into zabrallah and assad. 

    • Lebanon1o452

      ah my; such an idiotic cheap and vulgar remark liked by the lights of this blog who constitute the HQ of this jewish blog; tells a lot about it…..silence is sometimes more strident than words; i will keep silent and leave it up tp the observers to draw their conclusions

  • rossoferrari

    Simply said an act of cowards: translates into zabrallah and assad. 

    • Lebanon1o452

      ah my; such an idiotic cheap and vulgar remark liked by the lights of this blog who constitute the HQ of this jewish blog; tells a lot about it…..silence is sometimes more strident than words; i will keep silent and leave it up tp the observers to draw their conclusions

  • Hannibal

    Once I was stopped at a Syrian check point in Lebanon… As soon as I stopped I lowered my window… A Syrian soldier approaches me and says: leych wlaa msakkar chibaakaak be wijjii? I said sorry. To which he answered soury amma lounbnaani atle wu baddak teekelha.

    • 5thDrawer

      Did he grab your lunch sandwich too?

      • Hannibal

        No I grabbed his… 😛

        • 5thDrawer

          Hahahahahahhaa … good move. 🙂

        • Persistent

          his what…. ? lol

        • Hannibal

          @Persistent:disqus I grabbed his a$$… lol

    •  a chinese student was stopped by a syrian check point  and was asked his name
      the china man replied   “mi chan choo”
      the syrian soldier said   “mo mi chan chi bas badey arif ismak”

      • Hannibal

        lol

    • Leborigine

      Its better than the one who pulled me over and asked me for the hawiyee in 1996, I didn’t have one so I gave him my Australian passport and he acted that he was able to read it, then he showed his superior officer who approached him and also acted like he knew what he was reading. I’m standing infront of them trying not burst in laughter as these two clowns were holding my passport upside down. I was able to make a quick exit with 2 cigarettes!! 

      • 5thDrawer

        There’s Nothing like good memories, Leborigine, and cheap bribes … hahahahaha

        • Lebanon1o452

          bribes are present everywhere, in each and every country including canada; unfortunately this is how cheap human beings are; i wouldnt be surprised to realise how worthless human beings what we erroneously call human beings are, certainly a misnomer, when i read your blog; dont we prostitute each and every single human value in the name of humanity? ask yourself this question please, and if you have the guts and the honesty to admit it, i would apologise to you

        • Leborigine

          The memories are great 5th, but the cheap bribes were pathetic, I would at least ask for a bottle of scotch or even a packet of cigarettes – not one lousy Merit!

        • 5thDrawer

          Again Leb1 to 452 picks at an obvious social-human trait. That he calls it prostitution is strange, since in Lebanon it is called ‘survival’.
          We help each other. Lovers help lovers. Buddies help buddies. Do a favour – get one back. Scatch a back then return the favour … etc, etc. Nothing wrong with the concept. Basically it’s why humans survived as a species. Good in the ‘economics’ of little villages, maybe.
          What we chuckle at here is some easy manipulation of people who may have wanted/needed some friendship at the time, but were actually tasked to be unfriendly and knew what they were doing was not a friendly thing to do. Basic slobs at check-point duty they probably didn’t like doing, but then couldn’t understand why (after years) they didn’t ‘fit in’.
          One HUGE Lebanese problem now … bribes to make anything function. Especially in Government. (Not unlike Greece, one might note. But why point out any country in this?)
          Let’s bring out some truths. Perhaps ‘Government Services’ as an example?
          The country needs some electricity. The ‘dialogue masters’ agree on a plan. But it doesn’t happen because one palm is not being greased well enough. Is that part of ‘the law’???
          Say you need some ‘legal paperwork’ done in a government office. Government sets a ‘fair fee’ for the service. (yah) But the underpaid ‘functionary’ will sit on it a long time … maybe forever if you are ‘wrong sect’ (or wrong sex) … until you slide something under the table. That ‘something’ may vary day-by-day too – or by how sexy or sorrowful your eyes look. And they will announce it openly because ‘everyone is doing it’.
          You qualify for a ‘maid’s job’ in a hotel or waitress in a restaurant. But to get the job you need to lie down or bend over. Regularly, to keep it. Survival.
          So where, first, is ‘law’?
          Where are the ‘minders’ of the ‘law’ – and the ‘lawmakers’??
          Where, in the law, is ‘equality’?
          As my Armenian friend’s old saying goes: ‘The Fish Stinks From The Head’.
          Where there is LAW and it is UPHELD and PEOPLE ascribe to it, as well as agreeing that they will abide by results of a free vote for that law, the ones who take bribes are seen for what they are and reigned in.
          And … in reality … one needs to know the difference between doing a friend a favour, and demanding a bribe to help. It’s actually quite a huge difference.

        •  just for 5th

          commons dot wikimedia dot org/wiki/Atlas_of_Palestine#History_maps

          or u can just use ur brains and google “historical map of Palestine”

      • I think ur story as a fake. have heard that same story repeated so many times that it makes me think it’s a myth created by Lebanese to make Syrians look dumb. The funny thing is that by making Syrians look dumb, you are making Lebanese look dumb coz u both come from the same region. some would even say the same country. 😉

        • Leborigine

          If you think its a fake, then I’m happy for you. Maybe there is some truth to it if it has been repeated so many times! Believe me, we do not have to make the syrians look dumb.
          We do come from the same region, so does Cyprus, israel, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq etc, bas fashar bi ra2biton to those who say the same country!! Never were and never will be

        • Lebanon1o452

          nope by making syrians look dumb we aere implying their jewish cousins are also dumb since they come from same simian roots

        • Hannibal

          Only the Syrian accent gets to me… Soooo very gay. lol

      • patriotss

        the same thing happend to me in 1994 he looked at it in 360 deg ? what really f>>>> him was i had 2 
        passports 
        they took them both 
        one of elie hobeika bodyguards retrieved both of them for me

             
        (the one in glasses) the one that ended on the balcony 

        god rest his soul 

      •  “Never were and never will be”

        Lmfao you obviously don’t know history. Please show me a map of a country called “LEBANON” prior to 1926

        • 5thDrawer

          Show me a Preview of one called Israel or Palestine at the same time period.

        • Leborigine

          I do not need a map, just look at the Torah or the Old Testament, unless they were written after 1926!! Since you know your history, show me a map of a country called syria! There are old maps with syria used as a reference point for the region collectively but never as a country! Regardless, Phoenicia, which is the historical region of most of Lebanon, existed on the first maps that were ever drawn.
          Show me a map of Australia before 1776, or a map of the US before 1495. Not being on a map doesn’t mean they never existed.

      •  LOL we are talking about LEBANON remember? NOT Phoenicia… LMFAO!
        And Australia DIDN’T exist prior to 1776. Ask any Koori!!!

        • Lebanon10452

          nope by making syrians look dumb we are implying their jewish cousins are also dumb since they come from same simian roots; You seem ignorant about history yourself; Lebanon cedars were used in building solomons temple so if they omit this detail in your zionist schools then go seek knowledge in higher standard schools; now back to you show us a map where the yahood were in israel before 1926; you know what you confuse is that historically jews used to go to christian churches to pray hence like the sunna, you believe everything was jewish (everything was sunna according to the sunnah) while as a matter of fact it was christian; even Jesus, your King, you denied Him hence you broke the Covenant and you will be punished for that, not that i believe in prophecies, but i believe that your american masters believe you should be punished for breaking the covenant and THEY WILL PUNISH YOU FOR THAT. Again going back to history, you originate from medina and when prophet mohammad attacked you there, you cowardly fled and went as refugees to a christian land called Jerusalem, abusing of christian hospitality and parasiting on it; the more courageous among you resisted sunna expansion or ayshism and became shia; hence you notice the difference between sunna and shia: sunna are cowards like you whereas shias are courageous and give you lessons after lessons to such an extent they are haunting you and became your nightmare

  • Hannibal

    Once I was stopped at a Syrian check point in Lebanon… As soon as I stopped I lowered my window… A Syrian soldier approaches me and says: leych wlaa msakkar chibaakaak be wijjii? I said sorry. To which he answered soury amma lounbnaani atle wu baddak teekelha.

    • 5thDrawer

      Did he grab your lunch sandwich too?

      • Hannibal

        No I grabbed his… 😛

        • 5thDrawer

          Hahahahahahhaa … good move. 🙂

        • Persistent

          his what…. ? lol

        • Hannibal

          @Persistent:disqus I grabbed his a$$… lol

    •  a chinese student was stopped by a syrian check point  and was asked his name
      the china man replied   “mi chan choo”
      the syrian soldier said   “mo mi chan chi bas badey arif ismak”

      • Hannibal

        lol

    • Leborigine

      Its better than the one who pulled me over and asked me for the hawiyee in 1996, I didn’t have one so I gave him my Australian passport and he acted that he was able to read it, then he showed his superior officer who approached him and also acted like he knew what he was reading. I’m standing infront of them trying not burst in laughter as these two clowns were holding my passport upside down. I was able to make a quick exit with 2 cigarettes!! 

      • 5thDrawer

        There’s Nothing like good memories, Leborigine, and cheap bribes … hahahahaha

        • Lebanon1o452

          bribes are present everywhere, in each and every country including canada; unfortuanetely this is how cheap human beings are; i wouldnt be surprised to realise how worthless human beings are, or what we erroneously call human beings, certainly a misnomer, when i read your blog; dont we prostitute each and every single human value in the name of humanity? ask yourself this question please, and if you have the guts and the honesty to admit it, i would apologise to you

        • Leborigine

          The memories are great 5th, but the cheap bribes were pathetic, I would at least ask for a bottle of scotch or even a packet of cigarettes – not one lousy Merit!

        • 5thDrawer

          Again Leb1 to 452 picks at an obvious social-human trait. That he calls it prostitution is strange, since in Lebanon it is called ‘survival’.
          We help each other. Lovers help lovers. Buddies help buddies. Do a favour – get one back. Scatch a back then return the favour … etc, etc. Nothing wrong with the concept. Basically it’s why humans survived as a species. Good in the ‘economics’ of little villages, maybe.
          What we chuckle at here is some easy manipulation of people who may have wanted/needed some friendship at the time, but were actually tasked to be unfriendly and knew what they were doing was not a friendly thing to do. Basic slobs at check-point duty they probably didn’t like doing, but then couldn’t understand why they didn’t ‘fit in’.
          One HUGE Lebanese problem now … bribes to make anything function. Especially in Government. (Not unlike Greece, one might note. But why point out any country in this?)
          Let’s bring out some truths. Perhaps ‘Government Services’ as an example?
          The country needs some electricity. The ‘dialogue masters’ agree on a plan. But it doesn’t happen because one palm is not being greased well enough. Is that part of ‘the law’???
          Say you need some ‘legal paperwork’ done in a government office. Government sets a ‘fair fee’ for the service. (yah) But the underpaid ‘functionary’ will sit on it a long time … maybe forever if you are ‘wrong sect’ (or wrong sex) … until you slide something under the table. That ‘something’ may vary day-by-day too – or by how sexy or sorrowful your eyes look. And they will announce it openly because ‘everyone is doing it’.
          You qualify for a ‘maid’s job’ in a hotel or waitress in a restaurant. But to get the job you need to lie down or bend over. Regularly, to keep it. Survival.
          So where, first, is ‘law’?
          Where are the ‘minders’ of the ‘law’ – and the ‘lawmakers’??
          Where, in the law, is ‘equality’?
          As my Armenian friend’s old saying goes: ‘The Fish Stinks From The Head’.
          Where there is LAW and it is UPHELD and PEOPLE ascribe to it, as well as agreeing that they will abide by results of a free vote for that law, the ones who take bribes are seen for what they are and reigned in.
          And … in reality … one needs to know the difference between doing a friend a favour, and demanding a bribe to help. It’s actually quite a huge difference.

        •  just for 5th

          commons dot wikimedia dot org/wiki/Atlas_of_Palestine#History_maps

          or u can just use ur brains and google “historical map of Palestine”

      • I think ur story as a fake. have heard that same story repeated so many times that it makes me think it’s a myth created by Lebanese to make Syrians look dumb. The funny thing is that by making Syrians look dumb, you are making Lebanese look dumb coz u both come from the same region. some would even say the same country. 😉

        • Leborigine

          If you think its a fake, then I’m happy for you. Maybe there is some truth to it if it has been repeated so many times! Believe me, we do not have to make the syrians look dumb.
          We do come from the same region, so does Cyprus, israel, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq etc, bas fashar bi ra2biton to those who say the same country!! Never were and never will be

        • Lebanon1o452

          nope by making syrians look dumb we aere implying their jewish cousins are also dumb since they come from same simian roots

        • Hannibal

          Only the Syrian accent gets to me… Soooo very gay. lol

      • patriotss

        the same thing happend to me in 1994 he looked at it in 360 deg ? what really f>>>> him was i had 2 
        passports 
        they took them both 
        one of elie hobeika bodyguards retrieved both of them for me

             
        (the one in glasses) the one that ended on the balcony 

        god rest his soul 

      •  “Never were and never will be”

        Lmfao you obviously don’t know history. Please show me a map of a country called “LEBANON” prior to 1926

        • 5thDrawer

          Show me a Preview of one called Israel or Palestine at the same time period.

        • Leborigine

          I do not need a map, just look at the Torah or the Old Testament, unless they were written after 1926!! Since you know your history, show me a map of a country called syria! There are old maps with syria used as a reference point for the region collectively but never as a country! Regardless, Phoenicia, which is the historical region of most of Lebanon, existed on the first maps that were ever drawn.
          Show me a map of Australia before 1776, or a map of the US before 1495. Not being on a map doesn’t mean they never existed.

      •  LOL we are talking about LEBANON remember? NOT Phoenicia… LMFAO!
        And Australia DIDN’T exist prior to 1776. Ask any Koori!!!

        • Lebanon10452

          nope by making syrians look dumb we are implying their jewish cousins are also dumb since they come from same simian roots; You seem ignorant about history yourself; Lebanon cedars were used in building solomons temple so if they omit this detail in your zionist schools then go seek knowledge in higher standard schools; now back to you show us a map where the yahood were in israel before 1926; you know what you confuse is that historically jews used to go to christian churches to pray hence like the sunna, you believe everything was jewish (everything was sunna according to the sunnah) while as a matter of fact it was christian; even Jesus, your King, you denied Him hence you broke the Covenant and you will be punished for that, not that i believe in prophecies, but i believe that your american masters believe you should be punished for breaking the covenant and THEY WILL PUNISH YOU FOR THAT. Again going back to history, you originate from medina and when prophet mohammad attacked you there, you cowardly fled and went as refugees to a christian land called Jerusalem, abusing of christian hospitality and parasiting on it; the more courageous among you resisted sunna expansion or ayshism and became shia; hence you notice the difference between sunna and shia: sunna are cowards like you whereas shias are courageous and give you lessons after lessons to that an extent they are haunting you and became your nightmare

  • come on guys be reasonable,it must be israel. those you point the fingers at never do anything wrong but every time they get the blame , afer all they are angels with chrome halos on a mission from god, right? annnnnnd israel is behind this because they want to cause strife between such united people that looooove one another,,,,, NOT

    vomit!

  • come on guys be reasonable,it must be israel. those you point the fingers at never do anything wrong but every time they get the blame , afer all they are angels with chrome halos on a mission from god, right? annnnnnd israel is behind this because they want to cause strife between such united people that looooove one another,,,,, NOT

    vomit!

  • 5thDrawer

    Welcome to the world of hate … where they kill ANYONE anywhere just to make a statement about how ‘great’ they are.
    The idiots with guns take to the streets now (Tripoli for example) running around like chickens with heads cut off and wondering where to shoot … or just shooting in their fear that something is happening somewhere.
    The 200 wounded when they killed Hariri will remember … the ones wounded here will too. Drop a bomb on a city from the sky, or blow up one on a street, it provides the same results. Humans of all ages and political/religious stripes suffer or die … in that continuing effort to kill ‘freedom’ – the freedom of speech and thought.
    They will need to kill a lot more than one man to stop that ‘VOICE of FREEDOM’ in the MINDS of the people.
    Is there really a Lebanon?? It’s time for the LAF to act.

    And considering the damage to everything in sight on a narrow street – including balconies of apartments – it’s a wonder so few people were killed and injured. (Which again included women and children.)

    • JS_Bach

      > It’s time for the LAF to act.
      Eh, nice joke. More like HAF.

      • 5thDrawer

        And that is the only line you have to possibly criticise there.
         But when they do, will you support them? FOR Lebanon? Against ALL the gun-carrying idiots?

        • JS_Bach

          I am not criticizing. I am commiserating.

  • 5thDrawer

    Welcome to the world of hate … where they kill ANYONE anywhere just to make a statement about how ‘great’ they are.
    The idiots with guns take to the streets now (Tripoli for example) running around like chickens with heads cut off and wondering where to shoot … or just shooting in their fear that something is happening somewhere.
    The 200 wounded when they killed Hariri will remember … the ones wounded here will too. Drop a bomb on a city from the sky, or blow up one on a street, it provides the same results. Humans of all ages and political/religious stripes suffer or die … in that continuing effort to kill ‘freedom’ – the freedom of speech and thought.
    They will need to kill a lot more than one man to stop that ‘VOICE of FREEDOM’ in the MINDS of the people.
    Is there really a Lebanon?? It’s time for the LAF to act.

    • JS_Bach

      > It’s time for the LAF to act.
      Eh, nice joke. More like HAF.

      • 5thDrawer

        And that is the only line you have to possibly criticise there.
         But when they do, will you support them? FOR Lebanon?

        • JS_Bach

          I am not criticizing. I am commiserating.

  • i just feel sorry for the people of lebanon, how many years will you suffer from external and internal wars. i hope the syrian war will not spill over to lebanon and Israel.

    • Lebanon1o452

      ya zubi yahoodi; israel will have same fate as syria

  • i just feel sorry for the people of lebanon, how many years will you suffer from external and internal wars. i hope the syrian war will not spill over to lebanon and Israel.

    • Lebanon1o452

      ya zubi yahoodi; israel will have same fate as syria

  • Amine123

    It’s an open war on the Lebanese people, the time has come to get rid of these lowest grade of human beings

    • Lebanon1o452

      i can see israeli fingerprints executed by the hizb al kawmi al souri

      • breakthemould

         On the other hand, having seen them, I doubt if they have the technical know how. This was very professional and they are not that. They are street gangsters without much tech know how. Zero, I would think.

  • Amine123

    It’s an open war on the Lebanese people, the time has come to get rid of these lowest grade of human beings

    • Lebanon1o452

      i can see israeli fingerprints executed by the hizb al kawmi al souri

      • breakthemould

         On the other hand, having seen them, I doubt if they have the technical know how. This was very professional and they are not that. They are street gangsters without much tech know how. Zero, I would think.

  • MekensehParty

    The time of the Mekenseh is overdue!!!
    If you have any real pride (pride for a respectable life and not pride for the tabouleh or hummus) you should be in the streets, armed, and ready to protect your neighborhood at ALL cost.

    • 5thDrawer

      But Mekenseh … there were many years of that ‘protect my street’ concept … which turned out to be ‘all costs’ with many dead … and has cost ALL ever since or before 1975. A few gangs in streets does not a country make.

      • MekensehParty

        You say everybody lost in the civil war: fine, I agree.
        But since the civil war “ended”, only one side has been losing and not only political influence but also lives!!!
        so lost for lost, suffering for suffering, destruction for destruction, death for death!!!
        Enough passivity because now it can’t be called that anymore, it’s starting to sound like cowardice.
        Know that today nobody is protecting your street. The intelligence branch of the police can’t protect its own chief, how can they protect YOU? The army is taking foreign orders, how can they protect you?
        So tell me 5th, please tell me, who are you counting on to protect you? to protect your family?
        Or do you prefer staying passive and let the only gang rule all the streets and blow cars left and right?

        • Lebanon1o452

          the  biggest unique losers of the civil war in Lebanon are the ones who ignited it namely syria and israle; they will have same fate

      • 5thDrawer

        Fair enough Mekenseh. I’m not entirely passive – only aging into it. 😉
        I only bring up the reality of the last 40 years – and what will be the next if people do not begin to believe there could be a country made up of all the streets. I may remember how to pull a trigger, but have no desire to lift the gun, and ‘family’ is as safe as anyone can be in this world, given that ‘life’ anywhere sometime surprises us. I’m surprised I’m still watching it … but ‘nature’ IS wonderful, right? 😉
        I’ll be happy to sit with a good scotch and watch the next generations continue to self-immolate.
        But I’m hoping MOST of a younger generation doesn’t want that, and will finally ‘come out’ in a better way than with guns to show it. Only for the sake of a ‘Lebanon’ feeling, perhaps.
        Or one of ‘humanity’ … confusion in a larger picture.
        Mind you … it seems 4/5ths of the world’s Lebanese already did that. They left. Too bad they lost so much interest, in the futility of it, that they won’t even register to vote as ‘expats’. Syria truly did the country in, it seems. Iran didn’t help. Are you joining the FSA?
        Or perhaps you could spread a history of the Lebanese, at least – without Assads and Hezzys. Good luck.

        • Lebanon1o452

          you bring reality, lol, in your dreams maybe; i bet you did not put a foot in Lebanon the past 40 years, or maybe you suffer from senile dementia

    • Lebanon1o452

      isnt your israeli pride in your rear end?

      • Lebanon1o452

        what pride a yahoodi has in life? lol, his rolex being more valuable than his life!!!! at least pride in tabboule is a heritage pride of respect to values which yahoodis prostitute; oops i forgot prositution is a heritage pride for the yahood thats why they live in a matriarchal society

    • Hannibal

      I am joining the Mekenseh Party… As long as it is a Mekenseh 5eshneh… 😉

      • MekensehParty

        You’re welcome,
        it’s extra 5eshneh!!!

        • 5thDrawer

          Do I need to bring scotch? 😉

  • MekensehParty

    The time of the Mekenseh is overdue!!!
    If you have any real pride (pride for a respectable life and not pride for the tabouleh or hummus) you should be in the streets, armed, and ready to protect your neighborhood at ALL cost.

    • 5thDrawer

      But Mekenseh … there were many years of that ‘protect my street’ concept … which turned out to be ‘all costs’ with many dead … and has cost ALL ever since or before 1975. A few gangs in streets does not a country make.

      • MekensehParty

        You say everybody lost in the civil war: fine, I agree.
        But since the civil war “ended”, only one side has been losing and not only political influence but also lives!!!
        so lost for lost, suffering for suffering, destruction for destruction, death for death!!!
        Enough passivity because now it can’t be called that anymore, it’s starting to sound like cowardice.
        Know that today nobody is protecting your street. The intelligence branch of the police can’t protect its own chief, how can they protect YOU? The army is taking foreign orders, how can they protect you?
        So tell me 5th, please tell me, who are you counting on to protect you? to protect your family?
        Or do you prefer staying passive and let the only gang rule all the streets and blow cars left and right?

        • Lebanon1o452

          the  biggest unique losers of the civil war in Lebanon are the ones who ignited it namely syria and israle; they will have same fate

      • 5thDrawer

        Fair enough Mekenseh. I’m not entirely passive – only aging.
        I only bring up the reality of the last 40 years – and what will be the next if people do not begin to believe there could be a country made up of all the streets. I may remember how to pull a trigger, but have no desire to lift the gun, and ‘family’ is as safe as anyone can be in this world, given that ‘life’ anywhere sometime surprises us. I’m surprised I’m still watching it … but ‘nature’ IS wonderful, right? 😉
        I’ll be happy to sit with a good scotch and watch the next generations continue to self-immolate.
        But I’m hoping MOST of a younger generation doesn’t want that, and will finally ‘come out’ in a better way than with guns to show it. Only for the sake of a ‘Lebanon’ feeling, perhaps.
        Mind you … it seems 4/5ths of the world’s Lebanese already did that. They left. Too bad they lost so much interest, in the futility of it, that they won’t even register to vote as ‘expats’. Syria truly did the country in, it seems. Iran didn’t help. Are you joining the FSA?
        Or perhaps you could spread a history of the Lebanese, at least – without Assads and Hezzys. Good luck.

        • Lebanon1o452

          you bring reality, lol, in your dreams maybe; i bet you did not put a foot in Lebanon the past 40 years, or maybe you suffer from senile dementia

    • Lebanon1o452

      isnt your israeli pride in your rear end?

      • Lebanon1o452

        what pride a yahoodi has in life? lol, his rolex being more valuable than his life!!!! at least pride in tabboule is a heritage pride of respect to values which yahoodis prostitute; oops i forgot prositution is a heritage pride for the yahood thats why they live in a matriarchal society

    • Hannibal

      I am joining the Mekenseh Party… As long as it is a Mekenseh 5eshneh… 😉

      • MekensehParty

        You’re welcome,
        it’s extra 5eshneh!!!

        • 5thDrawer

          Do I need to bring scotch? 😉

  • Moe2000

    Israeli false flag to start a civil war in Lebanon, And open the door up to Iran.

    • nagy_michael2

      Yes Israel want to start a civil war and they’re killing everyone M8 jackasses hate. That tells us the M8 and Israel are in bed together. Ini Minie MOe if israel want to create strife they would kill also M8 officials to start a strife. why would israel kill someone who is going to convict Nassrahllah and his gangs in the international court. we will rejoice when you guys die and will tremble on your grave inshallah soon. Syria want to create strife using hezbollah and hez al karah is more than happy to do it. every dog has his day and you will die like dogs you are. dogs are more loyal to their owners compare to Hezbollah and all M8 crap

    • wargame1

      You will make a political blunder if you relate Israel in this case. The beneficiary of this killing is Hezbushaitan.So if you say Israel did it then it is one more proof that Israel do help their controlled opposition Hezbushaitan. Do you remember how Israel obtained the aerial bombing scene of the Rafik Harriri murder. Where did Israel got that information that Harriri is going to be murdered and even the location? Simply informed by Hezbushaitan. 

    • Jewy McJew

      Is there anything ever that isn’t Israel’s fault? Was there ever a time when ‘evidence’ was more powerful than conspiracy theories?

      • Lebanon1o452

        well dont be paranoid, but like cockroaches are often found in sinks, israel grows on dirt hence it is normal to associate dirt with israel; dont try to attach to israel more importance than dirt

      • Hannibal

        Jewy,
        Some even blame the dinosaurs extinction on the Jews… We Lebanese (REAL Lebanese) not those Iranian and Syrian rags, will never accuse at random. This is the work of Assad. His time will come. That being said, people like you SHOULD strive to give the Palestinians a home and take back the refugees. That ALONE will bring us ALL the peace we need. For God’s sake vote sensible humans to power not the warmonger Netanyahu. Solve the Palestinian problem with the Palestinians without interference from outside powers and you will deny the thugs their raison-d’être. 

        • Jewy McJew

          I really appreciate your polite and respectful reply, but I am afraid I must firmly disagree.

          The idea that Israel has the power through its actions to end all the various conflicts between Shiites vs Sunnis  Arabs vs Persians, and Muslims vs Christians is just not true The hatred and wars between these groups (and the tribes) was not invented in 1948, rather it has existed for hundreds of years. I would go as far to say that in fact hatred of the Jewish state is the one thing holding the Arab world together

          And In the end, by saying that this is the fault of Israel, aren’t you for all pragmatic purposes blaming the Jews for Arab-on-Arab violence? 

          And while I believe that Israel must get out of the West Bank (its not theirs) and work out a fair deal regarding Jerusalem, asking Israel to take in millions of Palestinian descendants is a non-starter. It will NEVER happen. From the Jewish perspective, the idea of the Arab world kicking out 99% of the Jews from 99% of the middle east and then telling the Jews that you have to take in refugees from wars that we started to destroy you just is not acceptable.

          Again, I want to thank you though for such a well mannered reply. It’s a rare treat these days! And I really hope the best for Lebanon.

        • $31060015

          There you go again Hannibal, saying Assad’s time will come. Is this another one of you great prediction. When, if, how and after Assad goes. Sorry to break the news to you Hannibal, but Assad is going nowhere.

        • Cathy812

          Hannibal, are you retarded? do you even understand what will happen to christians if assad is gone??? loool wlek kiss ikhet el habal el lebneneh!!!!!!!! IGNORANCE AT ITS BEST

        • Mahdi Kenaani

          well as you yourself said a while ago. approximately 10% of the lebanese are of persian origin

      • Hannibal

        I never said that all the problems rest on Israeli’s shoulders… God no… Actually beside Jewish – Moslem conflicts we Christians were massacred often just for belonging to the Christian faith. All what I am saying is that a lot of groups like Hezbollah blame their existence on freeing Palestine yet they themselves killed Palestinians. If Israel and the Palestinians agree on a settlement then the Palestinians are free to do whatever they want with their land. They can welcome the refugees back to the new Palestine. It is their right. Nobody is saying to you to have the Palestinians go back to Israel proper. We Lebanese, for instance, do not want them in Lebanon. They do not fit… Different accent and different way of life. So what to do? They have the right to go back.

        • 5thDrawer

          Maybe a bit of Lebanon’s problem there Hannibal … not allowing citizenship … not giving women any rights in ‘mixed-marriage’ situations … etc. Not having a ‘whole country’ concept.

        • Jewy McJew

          We are in more agreement than I thought. Your absolutely right, in a 2 (or 3) state solution, they can return to their state as they please. There might be a water issue, but nothing unworkable. 
          I still believe that if Israel disappeared tomorrow, all the Jihadists groups would instantly find another excuse to do what Jihadists love to do… wage Jihad! Let’s face it, all it takes is a film or cartoon for people to lose their humanity. 
            
          Not to make poor more cold water but I am also very pessimistic about the long-term presence of Christianity in the middle-east. As an raging Atheist Jew, I thank g-d everyday that I live in a Christian society (Canada) as Christian ideology is inherently tolerant and conducive to building societies that people actually want to live in. To be honest, I am surprised Christianity held out in the ME as long as it has! 

          Pleasure debating with you!

        • Mahdi Kenaani

          you dont want palestinians due to their accent?????? thats why the ME is soooo fucked up!!! No solidarity whatsoever!!! i pray that you will get deported from ameriCANCER on the basis of your horrible accent you probably have. 

  • Moe2000

    Israeli false flag to start a civil war in Lebanon, And open the door up to Iran.

    • nagy_michael2

      Yes Israel want to start a civil war and they’re killing everyone M8 jackasses hate. That tells us the M8 and Israel are in bed together. Ini Minie MOe if israel want to create strife they would kill also M8 officials to start a strife. why would israel kill someone who is going to convict Nassrahllah and his gangs in the international court. we will rejoice when you guys die and will tremble on your grave inshallah soon. Syria want to create strife using hezbollah and hez al karah is more than happy to do it. every dog has his day and you will die like dogs you are. dogs are more loyal to their owners compare to Hezbollah and all M8 crap

    • wargame1

      You will make a political blunder if you relate Israel in this case. The beneficiary of this killing is Hezbushaitan.So if you say Israel did it then it is one more proof that Israel do help their controlled opposition Hezbushaitan. Do you remember how Israel obtained the aerial bombing scene of the Rafik Harriri murder. Where did Israel got that information that Harriri is going to be murdered and even the location? Simply informed by Hezbushaitan. 

    • Jewy McJew

      Is there anything ever that isn’t Israel’s fault? Was there ever a time when ‘evidence’ was more powerful than conspiracy theories?

      • Lebanon1o452

        well dont be paranoid, but like cockroaches are often found in sinks, israel grows on dirt hence it is normal to associate dirt with israel; dont try to attach to israel more importance than dirt

      • Hannibal

        Jewy,
        Some even blame the dinosaurs extinction on the Jews… We Lebanese (REAL Lebanese) not those Iranian and Syrian rags, will never accuse at random. This is the work of Assad. His time will come. That being said, people like you SHOULD strive to give the Palestinians a home and take back the refugees. That ALONE will bring us ALL the peace we need. For God’s sake vote sensible humans to power not the warmonger Netanyahu. Solve the Palestinian problem with the Palestinians without interference from outside powers and you will deny the thugs their raison-d’être. 

        • Jewy McJew

          I really appreciate your polite and respectful reply, but I am afraid I must firmly disagree.

          The idea that Israel has the power through its actions to end all the various conflicts between Shiites vs Sunnis  Arabs vs Persians, and Muslims vs Christians is just not true The hatred and wars between these groups (and the tribes) was not invented in 1948, rather it has existed for hundreds of years. I would go as far to say that in fact hatred of the Jewish state is the one thing holding the Arab world together

          And In the end, by saying that this is the fault of Israel, aren’t you for all pragmatic purposes blaming the Jews for Arab-on-Arab violence? 

          And while I believe that Israel must get out of the West Bank (its not theirs) and work out a fair deal regarding Jerusalem, asking Israel to take in millions of Palestinian descendants is a non-starter. It will NEVER happen. From the Jewish perspective, the idea of the Arab world kicking out 99% of the Jews from 99% of the middle east and then telling the Jews that you have to take in refugees from wars that we started to destroy you just is not acceptable.

          Again, I want to thank you though for such a well mannered reply. It’s a rare treat these days! And I really hope the best for Lebanon.

        • AntiFSA

          There you go again Hannibal, saying Assad’s time will come. Is this another one of you great prediction. When, if, how and after Assad goes. Sorry to break the news to you Hannibal, but Assad is going nowhere.

        • Cathy812

          Hannibal, are you retarded? do you even understand what will happen to christians if assad is gone??? loool wlek kiss ikhet el habal el lebneneh!!!!!!!! IGNORANCE AT ITS BEST

        • Mahdi Kenaani

          well as you yourself said a while ago. approximately 10% of the lebanese are of persian origin

      • Hannibal

        I never said that all the problems rest on Israeli’s shoulders… God no… Actually beside Jewish – Moslem conflicts we Christians were massacred often just for belonging to the Christian faith. All what I am saying is that a lot of groups like Hezbollah blame their existence on freeing Palestine yet they themselves killed Palestinians. If Israel and the Palestinians agree on a settlement then the Palestinians are free to do whatever they want with their land. They can welcome the refugees back to the new Palestine. It is their right. Nobody is saying to you to have the Palestinians go back to Israel proper. We Lebanese, for instance, do not want them in Lebanon. They do not fit… Different accent and different way of life. So what to do? They have the right to go back.

        • 5thDrawer

          Maybe a bit of Lebanon’s problem there Hannibal … not allowing citizenship … not giving women any rights in ‘mixed-marriage’ situations … etc. Not having a ‘whole country’ concept.

        • Jewy McJew

          We are in more agreement than I thought. Your absolutely right, in a 2 (or 3) state solution, they can return to their state as they please. There might be a water issue, but nothing unworkable. 
          I still believe that if Israel disappeared tomorrow, all the Jihadists groups would instantly find another excuse to do what Jihadists love to do… wage Jihad! Let’s face it, all it takes is a film or cartoon for people to lose their humanity. 
            
          Not to make poor more cold water but I am also very pessimistic about the long-term presence of Christianity in the middle-east. As an raging Atheist Jew, I thank g-d everyday that I live in a Christian society (Canada) as Christian ideology is inherently tolerant and conducive to building societies that people actually want to live in. To be honest, I am surprised Christianity held out in the ME as long as it has! 

          Pleasure debating with you!

        • Mahdi Kenaani

          you dont want palestinians due to their accent?????? thats why the ME is soooo fucked up!!! No solidarity whatsoever!!! i pray that you will get deported from ameriCANCER on the basis of your horrible accent you probably have. 

  • Moe2000

     The Lavon Affair refers to a failed Israeli covert operation, code named Operation Susannah, conducted in Egypt in the Summer of 1954. As part of the false flag operation,[1] a group of Egyptian Jews were recruited by Israeli military intelligence for plans to plant bombs inside Egyptian, American and British-owned targets. The attacks were to be blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptian Communists,
    “unspecified malcontents” or “local nationalists” with the aim of
    creating a climate of sufficient violence and instability to induce the
    British government to retain its occupying troops in Egypt’s Suez Canal zone.[2] The operation caused no casualties, except for those members of the cell who committed suicide after being captured.

    • 5thDrawer

      Well, that was nice of them … their bombs didn’t kill anyone, and they decided time in an Egyptian jail was worse than death. Quite good, actually.

      • Lebanon1o452

        you let another feather fall from your covering: a peaceful  bomb, a concept that only hypocrites can market

        • 5thDrawer

          And you can’t tell the difference between wry humour and a good joke unless someone puts a ‘smiley’ after it. Hmmmm … but then perhaps, I think laughter is something foreign to your soul.

      • Lebanon10452

        you should be very dry; try estrogen creams they might help you

  • Moe2000

     The Lavon Affair refers to a failed Israeli covert operation, code named Operation Susannah, conducted in Egypt in the Summer of 1954. As part of the false flag operation,[1] a group of Egyptian Jews were recruited by Israeli military intelligence for plans to plant bombs inside Egyptian, American and British-owned targets. The attacks were to be blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptian Communists,
    “unspecified malcontents” or “local nationalists” with the aim of
    creating a climate of sufficient violence and instability to induce the
    British government to retain its occupying troops in Egypt’s Suez Canal zone.[2] The operation caused no casualties, except for those members of the cell who committed suicide after being captured.

    • 5thDrawer

      Well, that was nice of them …

      • Lebanon1o452

        you let another feather fall from your covering: a peaceful  bomb, a concept that only hypocrites can market

        • 5thDrawer

          And you can’t tell the difference between wry humour and a good joke unless someone puts a ‘smiley’ after it. Hmmmm … but then perhaps, I think laughter is something foreign to your soul.

      • Lebanon10452

        you should be very dry; try estrogen creams they might help you

  • 5thDrawer

    Wissam al-Hassan … a Hero of Lebanon.

    • Lebanon1o452

      even though i recognise you are keen to deliver a perfect spelling, i dont know how this error slipped in your text; ZERO is spelt with a Z not with an H

      • Mahdi Kenaani

        Hahaha I like that one!

  • 5thDrawer

    Wissam al-Hassan … a Hero of Lebanon.

    • Lebanon1o452

      even though i recognise you are keen to deliver a perfect spelling, i dont know how this error swlipped in your text; ZERO is spelt with a Z not with an H

      • Mahdi Kenaani

        Hahaha I like that one!

  • dateam

    again judging by the comments here we are all the same we hate? no matter which side because we can not think logically…..a leading sunni figure who is the head of intelligence is assasinated in a christian area that is probably split 50-50 between m14 and m8….how does the head of intelligence die in this manner? we should be looking at those closest to him…?

  • dateam

    again judging by the comments here we are all the same we hate? no matter which side because we can not think logically…..a leading sunni figure who is the head of intelligence is assasinated in a christian area that is probably split 50-50 between m14 and m8….how does the head of intelligence die in this manner? we should be looking at those closest to him…?

  • Moe2000

     On 8 March 1985, a car bomb exploded between 9[1] and 45 metres[2] from the house of Islamic cleric Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah in Beirut, Lebanon, in a failed assassination attempt allegedly organized by the American CIA and British intelligence. The bombing killed more than 80 people and injured 200, almost all civilians.[1]

  • Moe2000

     On 8 March 1985, a car bomb exploded between 9[1] and 45 metres[2] from the house of Islamic cleric Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah in Beirut, Lebanon, in a failed assassination attempt allegedly organized by the American CIA and British intelligence. The bombing killed more than 80 people and injured 200, almost all civilians.[1]

  • Btru2u

    The sunni people are calling for change because they see massive corruption by their unjust leaders. The shia people are sticking together , evn though their governments, backed America in the slaughter of sunnis in Afghanistan,and Iraq. They are now throwing their full support behind a genocidal maniac. Clearly the shia are misguided , but i must give them real credit for sticking together in unity against their secret but obvious enemies(sunnis). Christians do not want to get invovled except only when Muslim movements threaten to prohibit alcohol. The Sunnis are a weak force because they are very divided. i pray that all parties wake up under these terrible circumstances, and unite with strength under one Aqeeda. Truly mankid is lost, All except those who have faith , do good things, speak the truth,and show patience.” Only then will we find our way.

    • Moe2000

      When the Iraqi Mahdi army fought with the USA in Iraq and the Shia Iraqi army made the Mahdi army disarm? Stop spewing your fictional stories Wahhabi please!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      since the advent of ayshism aka sunnism, the sunni has always battled for change namely expansion and intolerance to any non sunni existence that is not subdued to their control

  • Btru2u

    The sunni people are calling for change because they see massive corruption by their unjust leaders. The shia people are sticking together , evn though their governments, backed America in the slaughter of sunnis in Afghanistan,and Iraq. They are now throwing their full support behind a genocidal maniac. Clearly the shia are misguided , but i must give them real credit for sticking together in unity against their secret but obvious enemies(sunnis).the christians do not want to get invovled except only muslims threaten to take away their alcohol. The Sunnis are a weak force because they are very divided. i pray that all parties wake up under these terrible circumstances, and unite with strength under one Aqeeda. Truly mankid is lost, except those who have faith , do good things, speak the truth,and show patience.” Only then will we find our way.

    • Moe2000

      When the Iraqi Mahdi army fought with the USA in Iraq and the Shia Iraqi army made the Mahdi army disarm? Stop spewing your fictional stories Wahhabi please!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      since the advent of ayshism aka sunnism, the sunni has always battled for change namely expansion and intolerance to any non sunni existence that is not subdued to their control

  • Fauzia45

    It is very clear why they planned and plotted to kill him!They started when they started accusing him !!This is how it usually starts!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      he killed so many innocent people in his gestapo; it is normal that his turn should come: perfect equilibrium in life

  • Fauzia45

    It is very clear why they planned and plotted to kill him!They started when they started accusing him !!This is how it usually starts!!!

    • Lebanon1o452

      he killed so many innocent people in his gestapo; it is normal that his turn should come: perfect equilibrium in life

  • Leborigine

    I wonder why I have indescribable hate for syria!

    • Leborigine

      ……and their cronies!

  • Leborigine

    I wonder why I have indescribable hate for syria!

    • Leborigine

      ……and their cronies!

  • LEBANON101

     Iran and hizballah are the biggest cancer in our country. i dont have a
    problem with the shia. in fact i dont see people are shia christian
    sunni druze orthodox or any of that shiiit. i see only lebanese. i see
    that the only way we will ever have peace is if we see each other as
    lebanese. hizballah is playing the line. they do not want to start a
    full scale civil was but at the same time they can not sit watching as
    the government and the police actually try to assert some power. this
    was a message to m14 and anyone else who thinks that just beucase the
    syrian regime is up against the wall that hizballah is weaker. iran and
    the assad regime will be defeated in lebanon. they cannot beat the will
    of the lebanese people. hizballah can get all the weapons they want but
    for how long. people all across the middle east are becoming fed up with
    the Palestinian cause. you think someone in egypt trying to make money
    to feed their family really cares about what going on in gaza. people in
    gaza are probably eating better than him. you think someone in homs or
    hama really cares if a hamas terrorist got bombed or a palestinan
    teenager got detained for throwing rocks are the idf. well there cities
    are getting bombed everyday and there teen sons are being rounded up and
    shot for protesting an evil regime. its only a matter of time before
    hizballah supporters in lebanon wake up and realize that hizallah so
    called causes are all crap. i use to have some respect for amal when
    israel first invaded lebanon and they fought back. but they never took
    orders from iran. once iran steped in it no longer was a lebanese fight.
    its not the lebanese fighting persian invaders. and inshallah inshallah
    inshallah we will win and we will build our country. with mutual
    respect for out neighbors and borders. inshallah we will defeat this
    evil. inshallah lebanon will be not the paris of the middle east but we
    want to make them call paris the beirut of europe.

    • 5thDrawer

      Cudos Lebanon101 … inshallah, and people willing.

    • cathy8111111

      you know what the problem is with Lebanon? its people like you!!! how THE HELL do you know that this is ALL hezbollah’s fault?? can you honest;ly say that NO ONE else would benefit from this and is innocent?? PLEASE YOU PEOPLE IN LEBANON NEED A WAKE-UP CALL you are sooo wrapped up in your delusions that you can’t see the truth….you think this “arab spring” is just a coincidence that all of a sudden all these countries now wake up ??? you and your ouwwet and sunni idiot friends are nothing but human chess figures in a much much bigger plan for the middle east than your little brain can comprehend.

      • 5thDrawer

        Oh My !!! … Habibi !!! Try for some calm, please. 😉

      • nagy_michael2

        i guess we riled an SSNP member here. sorry to infringe on your syrian sovereingty and yes hezbollah has nothing to do with any killings in Lebanon. So do they always deny everyone the telecom information when needed? why would israel kill someone who has strong evidence against hezbollah?Idiots like you support them and is willing to burn Lebanon in order to save the Syrian regime. Are you an orange Tweety. of those idiot followers who lack any comon sense and believe in SSNP more than lebanon. i wish you all go to Syria or Iran and I don’t care if you’re a christian or whatever your beliefs are you just a dumb idiot who blindly support Nassrallah even if you see him killing one and deny it afterward. Rot in hell you and Aoun dumb ass bitch.

        • Cathy812

          lol you dumb fu*k, did you not know that your hero Wissam was going to be indicted by the UN investigative board on hariri killing because his alibi of “studying” when he used the phone that morning 40 times was too weak? and who protected him and put him in the ISF? Hariri junior.
          do you honestly think that the israeli spies that he uncovered or this supposed alibi on the day harir was killed when he is ALWAYS with him, might not make him an israeli target???
          I overestimated your intelligence by calling you dumb.
          oh by the way there is al diyar journalist who was writing several articles about wissam’s fishiness and weird elements around him and he got death threats….
          stop acting holier than thou like you know the TRUTH almighty one.
          dumb fuc*s like you are the reason for the downfall of lebanese society.
          I hope Assad leaves because then you will see the fate of the middle east…especially christians, but you probably dont give a crap about middle eastern christians….IDIOT
          by the way, maybe in your backward mentality, your mom taught you it was ok to call women bitch but I am someones mothers you piece of shit, so clean your disgusting flithy mouth before you say words like that to me….tfeh

        • Cathy812

          ”?Idiots like you support them and is willing to burn Lebanon in order to save the Syrian regime.” wla ya hmar, do you know what the anti-assad “syrian people” chant in their demonstrations? by the way they are all with long beards where as the pro-assad protests are young educated people….in any case they chant: el 3alawouiyi bel tebout wel massi7iyeh la beyrouth….they are slaughtering christians your anti assad friends….either your a wahhabi muslim or you’re just the stupidest christian alive. 

        • dabers

          tfeh 3layk yu pant down mr

      • nagy_michael2

        Sorry Cathy i feel bad for you. you must been turned down by some M14 supporters due to the hairy beast nature of yours. so the only animals would sleep with are nassrallah and his goats (SSNP). you seem to know it all. not only you jackasses kill people you insult the dead too. you seem very frustrated maybe lately you’re not getting any honey. All SSNP men are hired assasins and their women are nothing but Bashar and Nassrallah whores. you have no ounce of you that support lebanon. Not you, not your Aoun, not your SSNp and neither any of any baath al karah hizb. No sweetheart i am not wahibi and could careless about them. But at least wahibi tell you in the face they hate you. Nassrallah pretends he supports christians but he could careless about them. As long as they keep Aoun and his sheeps happy, they could careless about the rest of the the christians like you.
        You’re low life and any one who supports Nassrallah and his gangs are nothing but terrorists like them. there is nothing good you have done for lebanon. Syria and hezbollah killed more lebanese than all the wars with israel combined. Israel do not attack Lebanon unless provoked. Syria attacks Lebanon to divert attention and settle scores for those who help kicked their troops out of Lebanon. Unfortunately for us its lebanese allies and spies in Lebanon like you do not wish peace and prosperity to lebanon. they want us to submit to iran and Syria’s will. if we object, we’re called Zionist. so let it be and the zionist wipe you and you f..cking hezbollah, Aoun, and SSNP. if it take to destroy Lebanon and rebuild it, i am all for it. Maybe we can start clean slate and get rid of cancer like you and we can live in peace with Israel instead of keep wars forever.

  • LEBANON101

     Iran and hizballah are the biggest cancer in our country. i dont have a
    problem with the shia. in fact i dont see people are shia christian
    sunni druze orthodox or any of that shiiit. i see only lebanese. i see
    that the only way we will ever have peace is if we see each other as
    lebanese. hizballah is playing the line. they do not want to start a
    full scale civil was but at the same time they can not sit watching as
    the government and the police actually try to assert some power. this
    was a message to m14 and anyone else who thinks that just beucase the
    syrian regime is up against the wall that hizballah is weaker. iran and
    the assad regime will be defeated in lebanon. they cannot beat the will
    of the lebanese people. hizballah can get all the weapons they want but
    for how long. people all across the middle east are becoming fed up with
    the Palestinian cause. you think someone in egypt trying to make money
    to feed their family really cares about what going on in gaza. people in
    gaza are probably eating better than him. you think someone in homs or
    hama really cares if a hamas terrorist got bombed or a palestinan
    teenager got detained for throwing rocks are the idf. well there cities
    are getting bombed everyday and there teen sons are being rounded up and
    shot for protesting an evil regime. its only a matter of time before
    hizballah supporters in lebanon wake up and realize that hizallah so
    called causes are all crap. i use to have some respect for amal when
    israel first invaded lebanon and they fought back. but they never took
    orders from iran. once iran steped in it no longer was a lebanese fight.
    its not the lebanese fighting persian invaders. and inshallah inshallah
    inshallah we will win and we will build our country. with mutual
    respect for out neighbors and borders. inshallah we will defeat this
    evil. inshallah lebanon will be not the paris of the middle east but we
    want to make them call paris the beirut of europe.

    • 5thDrawer

      Cudos Lebanon101 … inshallah, and people willing.

    • cathy8111111

      you know what the problem is with Lebanon? its people like you!!! how THE HELL do you know that this is ALL hezbollah’s fault?? can you honest;ly say that NO ONE else would benefit from this and is innocent?? PLEASE YOU PEOPLE IN LEBANON NEED A WAKE-UP CALL you are sooo wrapped up in your delusions that you can’t see the truth….you think this “arab spring” is just a coincidence that all of a sudden all these countries now wake up ??? you and your ouwwet and sunni idiot friends are nothing but human chess figures in a much much bigger plan for the middle east than your little brain can comprehend.

      • 5thDrawer

        Oh My !!! … Habibi !!! Try for some calm, please. 😉

      • nagy_michael2

        i guess we riled an SSNP member here. sorry to infringe on your syrian sovereingty and yes hezbollah has nothing to do with any killings in Lebanon. So do they always deny everyone the telecom information when needed? why would israel kill someone who has strong evidence against hezbollah?Idiots like you support them and is willing to burn Lebanon in order to save the Syrian regime. Are you an orange Tweety. of those idiot followers who lack any comon sense and believe in SSNP more than lebanon. i wish you all go to Syria or Iran and I don’t care if you’re a christian or whatever your beliefs are you just a dumb idiot who blindly support Nassrallah even if you see him killing one and deny it afterward. Rot in hell you and Aoun dumb ass bitch.

        • Cathy812

          lol you dumb fu*k, did you not know that your hero Wissam was going to be indicted by the UN investigative board on hariri killing because his alibi of “studying” when he used the phone that morning 40 times was too weak? and who protected him and put him in the ISF? Hariri junior.
          do you honestly think that the israeli spies that he uncovered or this supposed alibi on the day harir was killed when he is ALWAYS with him, might not make him an israeli target???
          I overestimated your intelligence by calling you dumb.
          oh by the way there is al diyar journalist who was writing several articles about wissam’s fishiness and weird elements around him and he got death threats….
          stop acting holier than thou like you know the TRUTH almighty one.
          dumb fuc*s like you are the reason for the downfall of lebanese society.
          I hope Assad leaves because then you will see the fate of the middle east…especially christians, but you probably dont give a crap about middle eastern christians….IDIOT
          by the way, maybe in your backward mentality, your mom taught you it was ok to call women bitch but I am someones mothers you piece of shit, so clean your disgusting flithy mouth before you say words like that to me….tfeh

        • Cathy812

          ”?Idiots like you support them and is willing to burn Lebanon in order to save the Syrian regime.” wla ya hmar, do you know what the anti-assad “syrian people” chant in their demonstrations? by the way they are all with long beards where as the pro-assad protests are young educated people….in any case they chant: el 3alawouiyi bel tebout wel massi7iyeh la beyrouth….they are slaughtering christians your anti assad friends….either your a wahhabi muslim or you’re just the stupidest christian alive. 

        • dabers

          tfeh 3layk yu pant down mr

      • nagy_michael2

        Sorry Cathy i feel bad for you. you must been turned down by some M14 supporters due to the hairy beast nature of yours. so the only animals would sleep with are nassrallah and his goats (SSNP). you seem to know it all. not only you jackasses kill people you insult the dead too. you seem very frustrated maybe lately you’re not getting any honey. All SSNP men are hired assasins and their women are nothing but Bashar and Nassrallah whores. you have no ounce of you that support lebanon. Not you, not your Aoun, not your SSNp and neither any of any baath al karah hizb. No sweetheart i am not wahibi and could careless about them. But at least wahibi tell you in the face they hate you. Nassrallah pretends he supports christians but he could careless about them. As long as they keep Aoun and his sheeps happy, they could careless about the rest of the the christians like you.
        You’re low life and any one who supports Nassrallah and his gangs are nothing but terrorists like them. there is nothing good you have done for lebanon. Syria and hezbollah killed more lebanese than all the wars with israel combined. Israel do not attack Lebanon unless provoked. Syria attacks Lebanon to divert attention and settle scores for those who help kicked their troops out of Lebanon. Unfortunately for us its lebanese allies and spies in Lebanon like you do not wish peace and prosperity to lebanon. they want us to submit to iran and Syria’s will. if we object, we’re called Zionist. so let it be and the zionist wipe you and you f..cking hezbollah, Aoun, and SSNP. if it take to destroy Lebanon and rebuild it, i am all for it. Maybe we can start clean slate and get rid of cancer like you and we can live in peace with Israel instead of keep wars forever.

  • Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad changed his security team several times in recent months, fearing one of his own security guards may kill him, Western officials told the Al Arabiya network on Friday.

    According to the officials, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are taking part in guarding Assad, as well as in guarding other senior officials in the Syrian regime, and are also advising Assad in this regard.

    The same sources told Al Arabiya that a senior representative from the Revolutionary Guards, Hussein Hamdani, who resides in Damascus, recently advised Assad to use the organization’s personnel to solve his security concerns.

    In August, Iran publicly confirmed that its government has sent elite Revolutionary Guards to support Assad’s troops in that country’s civil war. Subsequent reports indicated that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad personally sanctioned the dispatch of the experienced officers to ensure that the Assad regime survives the threat to its survival.

    A senior official in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards threatened the United States and its allies in September that the Islamic Republic would respond harshly to a “stupid” attack on Syria.

    However, this is the first time that it is being reported that Iran is providing personal assistance to Assad himself.

    The report indicated that Assad’s concern for his own safety increased following the attack in Damascus in July, which killed several key people in his inner circle.

  • Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad changed his security team several times in recent months, fearing one of his own security guards may kill him, Western officials told the Al Arabiya network on Friday.

    According to the officials, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are taking part in guarding Assad, as well as in guarding other senior officials in the Syrian regime, and are also advising Assad in this regard.

    The same sources told Al Arabiya that a senior representative from the Revolutionary Guards, Hussein Hamdani, who resides in Damascus, recently advised Assad to use the organization’s personnel to solve his security concerns.

    In August, Iran publicly confirmed that its government has sent elite Revolutionary Guards to support Assad’s troops in that country’s civil war. Subsequent reports indicated that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad personally sanctioned the dispatch of the experienced officers to ensure that the Assad regime survives the threat to its survival.

    A senior official in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards threatened the United States and its allies in September that the Islamic Republic would respond harshly to a “stupid” attack on Syria.

    However, this is the first time that it is being reported that Iran is providing personal assistance to Assad himself.

    The report indicated that Assad’s concern for his own safety increased following the attack in Damascus in July, which killed several key people in his inner circle.

  • Leborigine

    @cathy8111111 and what is wrong with having bigger plans for the Middle East?? It can’t get worse than what it is now! Lebanon has been in strife since 1948 after israel’s creation. We had 60 years to get it right and so far we have done nothing but sell our loyalties to foreigners like syria, iran and the USA. We had a good chance with Bashir Gemayel, we fu%^ed it up, we had a good chance with Aoun, and he fu^%ed it up in 1989. We are still in the pits and nothing has changed. I think everyone has had enough. Let the dominant power win and rule and get us out of this rut!!

    • Cathy812

      ok great, so that means, no more christians in the middle east, which has already started so kiss your lebanon goodbye….that means more palestinians in Lebanon because to most jews, there was never such a thing as palestine but palestinians are just arabs who can go suck it and should go pick of these arab countries to live in and leave Israel to the jews of the world…. oh yeah what a great plan….in any case, no one can stop it, the bigger force is already ruling….arab springs creating chaos in every country it has happened in, weakening of Syria in place, israel pointing fingers to Iran about their nuclear program and how a war is necessary when even israelis themselves are opposing bibi and saying he is lying about this whole thing to create a false war…. uncessant target assassinations, anti-syrian assassinations in lebanon to divide, de-stabilize lebanon, make it look like it is hzb allah behind it, since militaraly speaking, the IDF couldnt beat them and kill them all in 2006 so this is plan B…make lebanese turn on each other and on hzb allah and ITS WORKING! lol…why? because lebanese are fuc&^ng DUMB and will start shouting and yelling liek they hold the holy truth…PUUULEASEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Leborigine

    and what is wrong with having bigger plans for the Middle East?? It can’t get worse than what it is now! Lebanon has been in strife since 1948 after israel’s creation. We had 60 years to get it right and so far we have done nothing but sell our loyalties to foreigners like syria, iran and the USA. We had a good chance with Bashir Gemayel, we fu%^ed it up, we had a good chance with Aoun, and he fu^%ed it up in 1989. We are still in the pits and nothing has changed. I think everyone has had enough. Let the dominant power win and rule and get us out of this rut!! 

    • Cathy812

      ok great, so that means, no more christians in the middle east, which has already started so kiss your lebanon goodbye….that means more palestinians in Lebanon because to most jews, there was never such a thing as palestine but palestinians are just arabs who can go suck it and should go pick of these arab countries to live in and leave Israel to the jews of the world…. oh yeah what a great plan….in any case, no one can stop it, the bigger force is already ruling….arab springs creating chaos in every country it has happened in, weakening of Syria in place, israel pointing fingers to Iran about their nuclear program and how a war is necessary when even israelis themselves are opposing bibi and saying he is lying about this whole thing to create a false war…. uncessant target assassinations, anti-syrian assassinations in lebanon to divide, de-stabilize lebanon, make it look like it is hzb allah behind it, since militaraly speaking, the IDF couldnt beat them and kill them all in 2006 so this is plan B…make lebanese turn on each other and on hzb allah and ITS WORKING! lol…why? because lebanese are fuc&^ng DUMB and will start shouting and yelling liek they hold the holy truth…PUUULEASEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Hannibal

    @cathy8111111:disqus I do appreciate your comment Cathy with “kess ekhet…” and all respect. Here is my take… I once said if God is the God of the Torah who made the Israelites his special people He is no God of mine… With the same talking if it takes a murderer to protect the Christians in the Middle East I no longer want this protection.
    That being said I doubt that this will end in a Christian exodus and if it does so be it. It is the Christians who make those countries slightly civilized and if they leave the whole area will be doomed and the moslems know it. Whatever the outcome so be it. But now back to the reality… What is encouraging the Christians to leave is actually lack of stability and opportunities… Tell me ya aflaton what did Hezbollah do for our economy? mayhem and theft and chaos and lawlessness… Where are the opportunities and the jobs? here is an adage for you: Hezbollah thugs got weapons and saar lal khara mara wu saar ye7ke bell talaaq… Regards
    XÇ RISING…

    • Cathy812

      I agree with you, i do not want a murderer protecting me but tell me ya falamen zamenak inta, who isnt a murderer in this goddamn region? geagea? who please enlighten me…..and please tell me enno shou el salafiyeh aw wahhabiyin a7ssan ya3neh??
      ba3den EVERYONE is leaving for lack of opportunities but you’re missing the point, israel doesnt give a shit if you think civilisation will end if you’re not there anymore… look at what happened, iraq 80% of christians have left, egypt: mounting violence and threats againts christians from these barbaric people, Syria is next, Lebanon too, Jordan on the way there….this region is doomed between the apartheid state wanting their piece, the sunnis and the shias fighting for power, we christians have no chance….so we might as well pull with those who will be willing and have proven to protect us over the many years, which all of you seem to have amnesia about….

  • Hannibal

    @cathy8111111:disqus I do appreciate your comment Cathy with “kess ekhet…” and all respect. Here is my take… I once said if God is the God of the Torah who made the Israelites his special people He is no God of mine… With the same talking if it takes a murderer to protect the Christians in the Middle East I no longer want this protection.
    That being said I doubt that this will end in a Christian exodus and if it does so be it. It is the Christians who make those countries slightly civilized and if they leave the whole area will be doomed and the moslems know it. Whatever the outcome so be it. But now back to the reality… What is encouraging the Christians to leave is actually lack of stability and opportunities… Tell me ya aflaton what did Hezbollah do for our economy? mayhem and theft and chaos and lawlessness… Where are the opportunities and the jobs? here is an adage for you: Hezbollah thugs got weapons and saar lal khara mara wu saar ye7ke bell talaaq… Regards
    XÇ RISING…

    • Cathy812

      I agree with you, i do not want a murderer protecting me but tell me ya falamen zamenak inta, who isnt a murderer in this goddamn region? geagea? who please enlighten me…..and please tell me enno shou el salafiyeh aw wahhabiyin a7ssan ya3neh??
      ba3den EVERYONE is leaving for lack of opportunities but you’re missing the point, israel doesnt give a shit if you think civilisation will end if you’re not there anymore… look at what happened, iraq 80% of christians have left, egypt: mounting violence and threats againts christians from these barbaric people, Syria is next, Lebanon too, Jordan on the way there….this region is doomed between the apartheid state wanting their piece, the sunnis and the shias fighting for power, we christians have no chance….so we might as well pull with those who will be willing and have proven to protect us over the many years, which all of you seem to have amnesia about….

  • dabers

    1 less salafite mr

  • dabers

    1 less salafite mr