Mreijat bids last farewell to slain Major Pierre Bachalaany

Pierre Bachalaany funeral

The Beqaa town of Mreijat in east Lebanon bid its last farewell to its son, late LAF Major Pierre Bachaalany who was killed in Arsal, holding a funeral for him at the town’s St.Georges Church in the presence of a large crowd, political and military officials.

During the funeral, the father of Bachaalany called on President Michel Suleiman to enforce zero tolerance with criminals and to punish all those who dare to undermine security with an iron fist.

Army Commander Jean Kahwaji and former Interior Minister Ziad Baroud visited the town to attend the funeral and express their condolences.

Earlier on Saturday, First Sergeant Ibrahim Zahraman was buried in Akkar.

Relatives, friends, neighbors and supporters of the Lebanese Army participated in the funeral and demanded the prosecution of the killers.

Bachaalany and Zahraman were killed on Friday when unidentified gunmen attacked a Lebanese Army patrol in the border town of Arsal.

Kahwaji calls it premeditated crime

Kahwaji condemned on Sunday the Arsal clashes, while saluting the two slain officers.

He said in a statement: “We reject any attempt to make light of the gravity of the premeditated crime committed against the army.”

“Those who believe that our combating of terrorism will halt for any local or regional power are mistaken,” he declared.

“We will not accept a political compromise at the expense of the blood of martyrs Pierre Bashaalani and Ibrahim Zahraman,” he added.

“No matter what the cost, the army will not waver in apprehending the criminals, regardless of their identities or affiliations,” Kahwaji stated.

He had earlier met with Prime Minister Najib Miqati and Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn at the Defense Ministry in order to address the Arsal incident.

LBC

  • joey

    you damn ass you let them twits into lebanon tokill the lebanese army burn the damn village with petrol kill every son of bitch in there from syria you damn fool when are you gonna learn anything and stop havin a damn farm its about time to start building a country the start will be by killing all the prisoners from naher el barid then the traitors who did arsal damn you lebanon damn you shit lebanese gov

  • joey

    you damn ass you let them twits into lebanon tokill the lebanese army burn the damn village with petrol kill every son of bitch in there from syria you damn fool when are you gonna learn anything and stop havin a damn farm its about time to start building a country the start will be by killing all the prisoners from naher el barid then the traitors who did arsal damn you lebanon damn you shit lebanese gov

  • guss043

    today LBC showed clips how they were killed the two soldiers, apparently by axes and tortured to death, Apparently the guys from Nousra ae here in lebanon, we are heading to the division of Lebanon, this time for good. Syria will be divided , Jordan will take Damascus, the Alawite in the north, Christian will have a little enclave most likely they will ask for france for protection like Mali, as there is no way the Christians will be able to defend themselves with an open Sunni war Jihad coming from Syria,

    • FreetheME1

      Guss my friend, the war in Syria is coming to an end. Syria will still be governed by Assad and his government. All the bloodshed was for nothing. The finances of this fake revolution are coming to terms with their defeat. The terrorist animals are being killed by the hundreds each day. This is a good lesson for the rest of the world. Don’t mess with a Shiite or Alawite. Full stop.

      • dateam

        the problem for lebanon has always been what happens when it ends? if assad stays these people will retreat into lebanon and naher elbared will be nothing compared to what may happen….the army needs to be left free of politics to do its job and clean them up.

        • 5thDrawer

          And keep them unarmed.

          • dateam

            Read what hariri has said today and my reaction

      • 5thDrawer

        Is that why the flight of refugees has risen so much? No-one who believes in some freedom and democracy wants to be left there? I mean, aside from the fact there is little food production, or places left to live in, are the ‘Assad Boys’ going to be ploughing the fields soon?

        And we can assume that Iran won’t be funding new housing projects and pumping in groceries … so why hang around at all? Assad will be left with a bunch of techies and warriors who can’t do a damn thing except drop bombs on houses. Oh, yes, hordes of spies too. Wonderful …

        • dateam

          5th there is a reality on the ground that alot of people are not waking up to…fact is if this is what the syrian people ( majority ) want then its up to them to deal with it…the americans have come out and recognised the opposition HOWEVER parts of the opposition have been placed on the terror list? so what is it that the americans have recognised? anarchy? lebanon has taken a position of neutrality….this tragic event has nothing to do with syria…the army was after these people in connection with the estonian kidnappings…the army officers were butchered and hacked to death reminiscent of what triggered naher elbared….daher,hariri and merhed will come out now and blame the syrian government hzb and iran anything except blame their own…they will claim this person was a humanitarium or washing machine mechanic ( how mnany washing machines are their in arsal wqho are we kidding) enough bullshit…they need to allow the army to do their job…seal off the borders nothing in and out and the refugees all placed in an enclosed buffer area….

          • 5thDrawer

            Dateam … I agree with the concept of border-guarding and segregation of refugees … as well as the help for them. I also think when they begin to have new births in those camps, they should be registered as where they were born – and surely after 3 generations be contributing citizens for the good of ALL. There should never be a weapon in a camp.
            But we know why it didn’t happen in the beginning, and also why most were afraid to even register as refugees at first. The political ‘system’ is, and has been all along, totally wrong. The borders have never been clearly defined because Syria has mostly thought Lebanon was theirs, Iranians want a base to terrorize Jews from, and religious nut-bars keep control of ‘the top nobs’, who in turn arrange the supposed ‘elections’ for their benefit.
            You can’t defend or control a ‘border’ when there are 18 ‘armies’, and 20 gangs, trying to carve out bits of turf for themselves. The concept of a ‘Lebanon’ as a country is only in the minds of most of the ones who have left, it seems to me. The ones remaining in it can’t seem to get it together. They don’t even get a real history lesson in public school.
            When an idiot can issue a ‘fatwa’ to threaten politicians over the simple question of a ‘civil marriage’ option for those who wish to go that route, without being charged for threats against a government, you have the reality.
            A ‘neutral’ Lebanon? It is a dream ….
            A ‘Confessional Parliamentary Democracy’ ?? No-one confesses to anything.
            A President AND a Prime Minister? Too weird and too expensive.
            But it’s 2013 … we can applaud or laugh at monkeys in space … and ‘neutrality’. I guess.
            Now, can someone check to see if there’s a few minutes I can have a light on? The damn Labneh went sour again with the fridge out. Ignore the nightly gunshots or the occasional bomb-sound … someone shooting at God again no doubt.
            Have a scotch.

        • FreetheME1

          That’s crap 5th and you and the rest of the world know it. The people are fleeing because of the terrorist, not Assad and his government. What would you have the people do, stay and be murdered raped or tortured by these animals. It has been the same story from the beginning, Assad did this and Assad did that. I mean for god sake hundreds of women refugees have come out recently and said that they have fled their homes because of what the terrorist have been doing to them and their children. Children 5th being raped by these terrorist dogs.It seems you to have you head in the sand. About time you get it out. As for Iran assisting, just like Syria helped Iran during the 80’s war against Iraq, the west and the other Arab infidels, Iran is and will continue to do the same for Syria.

        • Prophettttt

          You and I know that you don’t believe a word you said,5th. What democracy and what freedom are you talking about? freedom to stab Army officers? Freedom to protect those who killed tens of Army officers in Tripoli? Freedom to protect those who want to rule under the Wahabi version of Shariia? Did you read the statement made by the brother of the slain soldiers who was stabbed to death after He was captured?He said that a Salafi sheik from the Hujeiri Family issued a fatwa to finish off the injured soldier. Is this the freedom and democracy you promising us?
          Don’t let your hatred of the Syrian regime blind you to what these crazy fanatics are planning for Lebanon.
          I’d take Assad, Qaddafi, Mubarak, any day over these crazies.Get real 5th.

          • Hannibal

            How about getting rid of Assad like qaddaffi and Mubarak as well as the crazies… Isn’t that a wonderful ending?
            The army should be a red line though I agree with you. However, our politicians should stop using them for their political agenda. Some want them to side with Assad and others want them to side with the rebels. I think we should be neutral in this war because we do not agree on its outcome as Lebanese. I hope the slain soldiers rest in peace and that the perpetrators will be brought to justice.

          • Prophettttt

            I can’t speak for Egyptians or Libyans.As much I was happy to see both Mubarak and Qaddafi go(Not lynching him,and killing him with cold blood they way they did), I’m not happy with the results in either country,but that is for the people of those countries to decide.Ask the Egyptians if they feel wonderful. The salafis and the Islamist kidnapped both revolutions,as well as the Syrian revolution. what is going on in Syria is no longer a revolution. Most Egyptians I know are not happy with the result,and Many of them who previously hated Mubarak,now prefer Mubarak over the Islamist rule.
            I agree we should be neutral,and you should tell that to M14 so called leaders and to the Salafis . You should start with yourself.So much for the “Lebanon first’ slogan of Hariri and Co.

          • 5thDrawer

            🙂 Ok.

          • Prophettttt

            I bet this is the shortest reply you ever had,lol

      • Hannibal

        The sad part here is that your alliance with the Alawite will be short lived. Only a matter of time before you call them heretics and go on attacking them… After all they do believe Ali is God.

        • Prophettttt

          “After all they do believe Ali is God” Is a big misconception. It is not true at all.They are Muslims who believe in God and the prophet Mohammad and the Quran. They might be close to Shiaa because of their loyalty and love to Ali and his decedents,and this is as far as it goes;They are a sect on their own. They took from Ismailis ,Shiia,Sunnis ,Druz, and Christians.They celebrate some christian holidays in their own way, such as Christmas and Easter,and they believe in re carnation.
          Imam Mussa Sader, played a role in bringing them closer to Shiia in the seventies,yet they conduct their prayers similar to mainstream Sunnis. They were always mistreated by the Turks during the Ottoman empire,and that alienated them from main stream Sunnis who were closer to the Turks,and brought them closer to Shiia since both groups were oppressed and mistreated by the Ottoman Occupiers.They were always the first to revolt against foreign occupiers,including the french.
          I don’t think they know what they are,but they do not believe Ali to be God.

          • Hannibal
          • 5thDrawer

            A useful site … thanks. Anyone putting down a reference to gathered facts is a dough-head.

          • Prophettttt

            Is this your source of information?lol. Now I understand why you are always wrong.

          • 5thDrawer

            You mean it’s all Takiyah Prophet ?? 😉

          • FreetheME1

            Prophet, the Alawites know very well who they are. As you said, they believe in God and the prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the Quran. Only thing i do not agree with is they took from Ismailis, Shiia, Sunnis, Druz, and that they conduct their prayers similar to mainstream Sunnis. The Alawites and Shiites pretty much have the same belief and pray 5 times a day exactly the same as the Shiites. I know this as I have many friends who are Alawites and have gone into depth with them in relation to religion. Not only are they loyal to Ali (PBUH) and his decedents, but they also loyal to every Prophet from the time of Adam to the time of the prophet Mohammad (PBUH). However some Sunni Clerics would have you believe otherwise.

          • Prophettttt

            Free, I have to look into this a little further. However I agree with you that Alawites consider themselves to be Muslims and an offset of Shiia,but Shiia reconize them as Muslims,and close to Shiia,while all other Muslim sects consider them heretic because of the misconception that Ali is God,and also because of the misconception of the trinity belief among Alawites. We also know that some Sunnis, particularly the wahabis , believe that Shiia AND all other Muslim Sunnis – who disagree with them- are heretic .

        • FreetheME1

          Hannibal, Christians are ones to talk. After all you believe that Jesus is God. A man who was born ate drank and died like any other man. If Jesus was God, then who was God before him. As for Alawites believing that Ali is God, this is something which is far from the truth. I have many Alawite friends and they get quite frustrated when they are tarnished with that brush. However its good to see you can use Google where most crap can be accessed.

          • Hannibal

            Jesus is a manifestation of God on Earth. Your Qoran said it: wa nafakhna fiihi men ruu7ina… That puts Jesus above ALL creations as his soul is the soul of God as to the flesh it was a way for Him to communicate with us. So who are you to deny the Qoran?

          • FreetheME1

            And who was the manifestation of God before Jesus Hannibal.

          • 5thDrawer

            Ra. Ask an Egyptian. 😉

          • Hannibal

            I was like wait for it 5th will respond… lol

          • Hannibal

            In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God.
            And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
            “This was He of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me is preferred before me, for He was before me.’” (John 1:14-15)
            Then Jesus said to John in the Apocalypse Revelations:
            I AM the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last.

            The Quran said of the Christians as7aabu el kitaab because it was revered. Islam was born from Christianity… Early Christian letters ALL began with the basmalla.
            The truth (in my opinion) that there are many roads to heaven and the essence of it are deeds not beliefs… As I said before and I repeat I am not against any religion I am against the interpretation of religion that promotes intolerance. I subscribe to the word of God that “la ikraahu fi diin”

        • Patience2

          I never thought the Alawites believed in anything!

    • dateam

      now khaled daher will claim the guy the army was after was just an innocent washing machine repair man trying to help the refugees???

    • Hannibal

      You are totally mistaken… This scenario will never happen. Secondly the Christians do not need the protection of anyone in Lebanon. We have enough weapons stashed away to blow any attacker to oblivion. Lastly those jihadist in Lebanon you mention are “fartou3eyn wu nos” there is nothing they can do.

      • FreetheME1

        Hannibal have you lost the plot, The only reason the Christian are still around in Lebanon is because Sayyed Hassan allows it so. See unlike your type we are not racist. We don’t judge a person because of their religion, only on the type of human he or she is.

        • MeYosemite

          Here is a judgement on a type: When we hear that the fate of people depends on a person, makes many feel that he needs to go away. When that peron is a religious leader and has gun in his holster, his brings down his religion with him and that for the mere fact of a gun in his hand without the consideration of the killings he made. When that religious leader is engaged in plots and politics, his soul has already left him.

          • Hannibal

            Best answer I’ve ever read… Militarization of Islam will be the end of it.

        • Hannibal

          So let me get this straight… Every Tom Dick and Harry since our existence tried to uproot us and failed. Ask the Palestinians… All the nations of the Earth descended upon us and we remain… Saliibna be ardna maghruuz… Ballit el ba7er…

  • Guss Gibs

    today LBC showed clips how they were killed the two soldiers, apparently by axes and tortured to death, Apparently the guys from Nousra ae here in lebanon, we are heading to the division of Lebanon, this time for good. Syria will be divided , Jordan will take Damascus, the Alawite in the north, Christian will have a little enclave most likely they will ask for france for protection like Mali, as there is no way the Christians will be able to defend themselves with an open Sunni war Jihad coming from Syria,

    • FreetheME1

      Guss my friend, the war in Syria is coming to an end. Syria will still be governed by Assad and his government. All the bloodshed was for nothing. The finances of this fake revolution are coming to terms with their defeat. The terrorist animals are being killed by the hundreds each day. This is a good lesson for the rest of the world. Don’t mess with a Shiite or Alawite. Full stop.

      • dateam

        the problem for lebanon has always been what happens when it ends? if assad stays these people will retreat into lebanon and naher elbared will be nothing compared to what may happen….the army needs to be left free of politics to do its job and clean them up.

        • 5thDrawer

          And keep them unarmed.

          • dateam

            Read what hariri has said today and my reaction

      • 5thDrawer

        Is that why the flight of refugees has risen so much? No-one who believes in some freedom and democracy wants to be left there? I mean, aside from the fact there is little food production, or places left to live in, are the ‘Assad Boys’ going to be ploughing the fields soon?

        And we can assume that Iran won’t be funding new housing projects and pumping in groceries … so why hang around at all? Assad will be left with a bunch of techies and warriors who can’t do a damn thing except drop bombs on houses. Oh, yes, hordes of spies too. Wonderful …

        • dateam

          5th there is a reality on the ground that alot of people are not waking up to…fact is if this is what the syrian people ( majority ) want then its up to them to deal with it…the americans have come out and recognised the opposition HOWEVER parts of the opposition have been placed on the terror list? so what is it that the americans have recognised? anarchy? lebanon has taken a position of neutrality….this tragic event has nothing to do with syria…the army was after these people in connection with the estonian kidnappings…the army officers were butchered and hacked to death reminiscent of what triggered naher elbared….daher,hariri and merhed will come out now and blame the syrian government hzb and iran anything except blame their own…they will claim this person was a humanitarium or washing machine mechanic ( how mnany washing machines are their in arsal wqho are we kidding) enough bullshit…they need to allow the army to do their job…seal off the borders nothing in and out and the refugees all placed in an enclosed buffer area….

          • 5thDrawer

            Dateam … I agree with the concept of border-guarding and segregation of refugees … as well as the help for them. I also think when they begin to have new births in those camps, they should be registered as where they were born – and surely after 3 generations be contributing citizens for the good of ALL. There should never be a weapon in a camp.
            But we know why it didn’t happen in the beginning, and also why most were afraid to even register as refugees at first. The political ‘system’ is, and has been all along, totally wrong. The borders have never been clearly defined because Syria has mostly thought Lebanon was theirs, Iranians want a base to terrorize Jews from, and religious nut-bars keep control of ‘the top nobs’, who in turn arrange the supposed ‘elections’ for their benefit.
            You can’t defend or control a ‘border’ when there are 18 ‘armies’, and 20 gangs, trying to carve out bits of turf for themselves. The concept of a ‘Lebanon’ as a country is only in the minds of most of the ones who have left, it seems to me. The ones remaining in it can’t seem to get it together. They don’t even get a real history lesson in public school.
            When an idiot can issue a ‘fatwa’ to threaten politicians over the simple question of a ‘civil marriage’ option for those who wish to go that route, without being charged for threats against a government, you have the reality.
            A ‘neutral’ Lebanon? It is a dream ….
            A ‘Confessional Parliamentary Democracy’ ?? No-one confesses to anything.
            A President AND a Prime Minister? Too weird and too expensive.
            But it’s 2013 … we can applaud or laugh at monkeys in space … and ‘neurality’. I guess.
            Now, can someone check to see if there’s a few minutes I can have a light on? The damn Labneh went sour again with the fridge out. Ignore the nightly gunshots or the occasional bomb-sound … someone shooting at God again no doubt.
            Have a scotch.

        • FreetheME1

          That’s crap 5th and you and the rest of the world know it. The people are fleeing because of the terrorist, not Assad and his government. What would you have the people do, stay and be murdered raped or tortured by these animals. It has been the same story from the beginning, Assad’s did this and Assad’s did that. I mean for god sake hundreds of women refugees have come out recently and said that they have fled their homes because of what the terrorist have been doing to them and their children. Children 5th being raped by these terrorist dogs.It seems you to have you head in the sand. About time you get it out. As for Iran assisting, just like Syria helped Iran during the 80’s war against Iraq, the west and the other Arab infidels, Iran is and will continue to do the same for Syria.

        • Prophettttt

          You and I know that you don’t believe a word you said,5th. What democracy and what freedom are you talking about? freedom to stab Army officers? Freedom to protect those who killed tens of Army officers in Tripoli? Freedom to protect those who want to rule under the Wahabi version of Shariia?
          Don’t let your hatred of the Syrian regime blind you to what these crazy fanatics are planning for Lebanon.
          I’d take Assad, Qaddafi, Mubarak, any day over these crazies.Get real 5th.

          • Hannibal

            How about getting rid of Assad like qaddaffi and Mubarak as well as the crazies… Isn’t that a wonderful ending?
            The army should be a red line though I agree with you. However, our politicians should stop using them for their political agenda. Some want them to side with Assad and others want them to side with the rebels. I think we should be neutral in this war because we do not agree on its outcome as Lebanese. I hope the slain soldiers rest in peace and that the perpetrators will be brought to justice.

          • Prophettttt

            I can’t speak for Egyptians or Libyans.As much I was happy to see both Mubarak and Qaddafi go(Not lynching him,and killing him with cold blood they way they did), I’m not happy with the results in either country,but that is for the people of those countries to decide.Ask the Egyptians if they feel wonderful. The salafis and the Islamist kidnapped both revolutions,as well as the Syrian revolution. what is going on in Syria is no longer a revolution. Most Egyptians I know are not happy with the result,and Many of them who previously hated Mubarak,now prefer Mubarak over the Islamist rule.
            I agree we should be neutral,and you should tell that to M14 so called leaders and to the Salafis . You should start with yourself.

          • 5thDrawer

            🙂 Ok.

          • Prophettttt

            I bet this is the shortest reply you ever had,lol

      • Hannibal

        The sad part here is that your alliance with the Alawite will be short lived. Only a matter of time before you call them heretics and go on attacking them… After all they do believe Ali is God.

        • Prophettttt

          “After all they do believe Ali is God” Is a big misconception. It is not true at all.They are Muslims who believe in God and the prophet Mohammad and the Quran. They might be close to Shiaa because of their loyalty and love to Ali and his decedents,and this is as far as it goes;They are a sect on their own.

          • Hannibal
          • 5thDrawer

            A useful site … thanks. Anyone putting down a reference to gathered facts is a dough-head.

          • Prophettttt

            Is this your source of information?lol. Now I understand why you are always wrong.

          • 5thDrawer

            You mean it’s all Takiyah Prophet ?? 😉

          • FreetheME1

            Prophet, the Alawites know very well who they are. As you said, they believe in God and the prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the Quran. Only thing i do not agree with is they took from Ismailis, Shiia, Sunnis, Druz, and that they conduct their prayers similar to mainstream Sunnis. The Alawites and Shiites pretty much have the same belief and pray 5 times a day exactly the same as the Shiites. I know this as I have many friends who are Alawites and have gone into depth with them in relation to religion. Not only are they loyal to Ali (PBUH) and his decedents, but they also loyal to every Prophet from the time of Adam to the time of the prophet Mohammad (PBUH). However some Sunni Clerics would have you believe otherwise.

          • Prophettttt

            Free, I have to look into this a little further. However I agree with you that Alawites consider themselves to be Muslims and an offset of Shiia,but Shiia reconize them as Muslims,and close to Shiia,while all other Muslim sects consider them heretic because of the misconception that Ali is God,and also because of the misconception of the trinity belief among Alawites. We also know that some Sunnis, particularly the wahabis , believe that Shiia AND all other Muslim Sunnis – who disagree with them- are heretic .

        • FreetheME1

          Hannibal, Christians are ones to talk. After all you believe that Jesus is God. A man who was born ate drank and died like any other man. If Jesus was God, then who was God before him. As for Alawites believing that Ali is God, this is something which is far from the truth. I have many Alawite friends and they get quite frustrated when they are tarnished with that brush. However its good to see you can use Google where most crap can be accessed.

          • Hannibal

            Jesus is a manifestation of God on Earth. Your Qoran said it: wa nafakhna fiihi men ruu7ina… That puts Jesus above ALL creations as his soul is the soul of God as to the flesh it was a way for Him to communicate with us. So who are you to deny the Qoran?

          • FreetheME1

            And who was the manifestation of God before Jesus Hannibal.

          • 5thDrawer

            Ra. Ask an Egyptian. 😉

          • Hannibal

            I was like wait for it 5th will respond… lol

          • Hannibal

            In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God.
            And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
            “This was He of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me is preferred before me, for He was before me.’” (John 1:14-15)
            Then Jesus said to John in the Apocalypse Revelations:
            I AM the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End, the First and the Last.

            The Quran said of the Christians as7aabu el kitaab because it was revered. Islam was born from Christianity… Early Christian letters ALL began with the basmalla.
            The truth (in my opinion) that there are many roads to heaven and the essence of it are deeds not beliefs… As I said before and I repeat I am not against any religion I am against the interpretation of religion that promotes intolerance. I subscribe to the word of God that “la ikraahu fi diin”

        • Patience2

          I never thought the Alawites believed in anything!

    • dateam

      now khaled daher will claim the guy the army was after was just an innocent washing machine repair man trying to help the refugees???

    • Hannibal

      You are totally mistaken… This scenario will never happen. Secondly the Christians do not need the protection of anyone in Lebanon. We have enough weapons stashed away to blow any attacker to oblivion. Lastly those jihadist in Lebanon you mention are “fartou3eyn wu nos” there is nothing they can do.

      • FreetheME1

        Hannibal have you lost the plot, The only reason the Christian are still around in Lebanon is because Sayyed Hassan allows it so. See unlike your type we are not racist. We don’t judge a person because of their religion, only on the type of human he or she is.

        • MeYosemite

          Here is a judgement on a type: When we hear that the fate of people depends on a person, makes many feel that he needs to go away. When that peron is a religious leader and has gun in his holster, his brings down his religion with him and that for the mere fact of a gun in his hand without the consideration of the killings he made. When that religious leader is engaged in plots and politics, his soul has already left him.

          • Hannibal

            Best answer I’ve ever read… Militarization of Islam will be the end of it.

        • Hannibal

          So let me get this straight… Every Tom Dick and Harry since our existence tried to uproot us and failed. Ask the Palestinians… All the nations of the Earth descended upon us and we remain… Saliibna be ardna maghruuz… Ballit el ba7er…

  • libnan1

    Here you go M14 supporters, Hariri sunnis gangs are in Lebanon now to take on the L army. They weren’t able to defeat the Syrian one, now they are turning on the Lebanese army. The L army should pack up all sunnis and send them to Syria to fight.

    • Hannibal

      There are a lot of Sunnis who were martyred in the army… What you said is a disservice to them. I cannot blame you though you go by the philosophy of your senile leader which is shoot your mouth off at every juncture to surface in the media as the idiot abroad…

      • libnan1

        Sure there might be one or two out there. They never volunteer in the army to defend Lebanon. Look around you in Akar, do you think there will Christians in you rejoin if it wasn’t for the Syrians? (btw, I was never a fan of the Syrians anyway). My uncle’s wife is from 3anteet Akar and gave me the scoop. Just don’t kid yourself, listen to the Sunni leader defending terrorists. These people are not to be trusted.

        As for my A the Great leader, he is the only one that says it as it is. May God give him the health and the wisdom to lead ALL into a better future.

  • libnan1

    Here you go M14 supporters, Hariri sunnis gangs are in Lebanon now to take on the L army. They weren’t able to defeat the Syrian one, now they are turning on the Lebanese army. The L army should pack up all sunnis and send them to Syria to fight.

    • Hannibal

      There are a lot of Sunnis who were martyred in the army… What you said is a disservice to them. I cannot blame you though you go by the philosophy of your senile leader which is shoot your mouth off at every juncture to surface in the media as the idiot abroad…

      • libnan1

        Sure there might be one or two out there. They never volunteer in the army to defend Lebanon. Look around you in Akar, do you think there will Christians in you rejoin if it wasn’t for the Syrians? (btw, I was never a fan of the Syrians anyway). My uncle’s wife is from 3anteet Akar and gave me the scoop. Just don’t kid yourself, listen to the Sunni leader defending terrorists. These people are not to be trusted.

        As for my A the Great leader, he is the only one that says it as it is. May God give him the health and the wisdom to lead ALL into a better future.