MP Hamadeh: Saudi grant to end Hezbollah arms dominance

hamadeh 0406MP Marwan Hamadeh, a key member of the March 14 alliance hailed in a statement on Monday the $3 billion Saudi grant to buy arms for the Lebanese Army and said this could spell the end Hezbollah’s arms dominance in Lebanon.

“The Baabda Declaration and now the Saudi-French-Lebanese deal will put an end to Hezbollah’s weapons domination both in Lebanon and Syria,” Hamadeh said.

Hamadeh also praised President Michel Suleiman for engineering the deal that would allow the Lebanese Army to buy weapons from France.

He also thanked Saudi King Abdullah for his “leading role in the Arab world,” recalling Riyadh’s role in rebuilding Lebanon following the 1975-90 Civil War and the 2006 Israel- Lebanon war.

“Once again Saudi Arabia is rebuilding Lebanese institutions, the [Lebanese] Army, which is the most vulnerable to the illegitimate weapons conspiracy,” Hamadeh added.

Suleiman’s dream

Hamadeh ‘s comments come a day after Suleiman announced that Saudi Arabia has pledged $3 billion to buy arms for the Lebanese Army from France to help support and strengthen the military.

“I am pleased to announce to the Lebanese people that Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz Al Saud has decided to offer Lebanon a generous grant of $3 billion to help the Lebanese Armed Forces receive new weapons,” the president said in a televised address to the nation on Sunday

“Enhancing the army’s capabilities is a unifying national and popular demand and a source of pride and it is a dream that I always had during my 41 years of military service, and it is the dream of every Lebanese since independence to confront the Israeli threat, protect democracy, face terrorism and put an end to the proliferation of arms,” said the president.

Suleiman described the move as “the biggest support in Lebanon’s history,” pointing out that it is “sufficient to enable the army to perform its missions.”

Suleiman also revealed that another 1.6 billion dollars might be offered during an international meeting in Italy in 2014.

“The initiative is an honest reflection of the kingdom’s efforts to preserve Lebanon,” Suleiman said.

French President François Hollande, who was in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, Sunday for talks with King Abdullah, said France would gladly help if requested to do so.

Hamadeh miraculously survived an assassination attempt on October 1, 2004. He was accused of being behind UN security council resolution 1559 which called for the Syrian troops to leave Lebanon and for Hezbollah to be disarmed.

Hamadeh reportedly received several threats of assassination earlier this year.

Last Friday another key member of March 14 was assassinated.

Former Finance Minister and senior diplomat Mohammad Chatah was assassinated along with six others in a massive bombing that rocked downtown Beirut . Both Hezbollah and the Syrian regime were blamed for the attack .

  • 5th ass

    Really??? by what calculations! .you think this move will make HA give up his arms! God have mercy on US

    • The real lebanese

      5th drawer, I found your cousin. 😉

      • 5thDrawer

        A poor one …. 😉

      • IraniAngel

        hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  • 5th ass

    Really??? by what calculations! .you think this move will make HA give up his arms! God mercy

    • The real lebanese

      5th drawer, I found your cousin. 😉

      • 5thDrawer

        A poor one …. 😉

      • IraniAngel

        hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  • wargame1

    Good move from Saudi Arabia in my opinion

  • wargame1

    Good move from Saudi Arabia in my opinion

  • The real lebanese

    Although we may finally be getting weapons and not just toys, we need the army leadership to step up. Congrats on finally standing up to a Syrian warplane though.

    • hezzies are terrorists

      I agree its kinda good news but the only problem is the hezzies control that useless institution known as the Lebanese army. The Saudis may as well cut out the middle and give the money straight to the hezzy pigs.

      • The real lebanese

        Things are changing, just really slowly. The M8 Christian politicians are starting to distance themselves from HAs actions, so we can expect to see SOME change in the army.

        • Peaceforleb

          Real, I just love your optimism. It’s quite funny, You are usually realistic. It must be the silly season. :))

        • hezzies are terrorists

          I really hope ur right

          • libnan1

            In your dreams

        • libnan1

          Don’t be so fast. The M8 Christians and Muslims(Shiites) will always be on the side of Lebanon. They are the only ones proven from their actions (not just talk) to work for a free and sovereign Lebanon unlike the militia mentally M14 represents.

          • The real lebanese

            Woah I think you have this backwards. Who has the militia again? Who works for Iran?

            I think Aoun is starting to separate himself from m8 because their not giving him the leadership role he wants. Its ok to be neutral for a while.

          • libnan1

            FYI, No one works for IRAN. Aoun can’t be neutral, he’s always on the side of Lebanon against terrorists. Leadership role!!! he is the leader of his constituents, a third of Parliament what else do you want. No laws can pass in Lebanon without Aoun approval.

          • The real lebanese

            HA works for Iran, hands down. And many laws get passed without Aoun’s approval. The extension of Kawagi’s term being most recent. We both know Aoun want presidency. And we both know HA doesn’t want him as president. Could HAs actions be counted as terrorist actions? Just some thing to think about from Aoun’s perspective. Ties with him and HA have been deteriorating so I think he’s reevaluating his standpoint.

          • hezzies are terrorists

            “No one works for Iran”???? HAHAHA LMFAO LOL HOHOHO HEHEHE omg ur hilarious. Any more jokes?

          • 5th ass

            We understand your feeling, you live in Canada, and we live in Lebanon !

          • Hind Abyad

            Are you going to repeat “WE understand you feeling you live in Canada”
            to all Cosmopolitans who travel ?

          • Patience2

            Him being a ‘self styled ass’, when he says “we” he’s referring to himself AND the turd in his pocket.

          • libnan1

            5th ass, I live in the US 8 hrs south of Canada but I follow Lebanon sometimes too much even though I haven’t been to Lebanon in long time. I hope to make a trip this spring, Maybe we can get together for a drink or two.

          • 5th ass

            Nor meat to eat ! and the spring is drying UP in Aoun A$$- He mislead a lot of poor Christians..

          • nagy_michael2

            Really so why don’t hezbollah give up some lands that belongs to the Christians in Jebail? why don’t you ask hezbollah to free the LAF that are rotten in Syrian jails for so long? or are they only good to free Samir Quntar the terrorists who kills chidlren and was treated as a Hero.. why don’t they hezbollah stop praying at the univeristies that are mostly christians and we don’t dare do the same? why don’t they the Iranian free christians who were muslims to prosecute and torture in their Ivan Prison? so much for the shiites and Christians being together…

          • libnan1

            I got go to bed it’s kind late here on the east coast but before I go, I don’t know much about what is happening in Iran. All what I can tell you is what I hear from friends and family is that the only sect in Lebanon that stood by innocent Christians were the Shiite. Go ask the people of Joun in Shouf, the only Christian town that was not destroyed, why because their Shiite neighbors stood in the face of Jumblat and company. Go ask the Christians of the south, they will tell you better than I can. Go ask the Christians in Baalbak they will tell you how Sunnis surrounded their towns and started shooting at them for no reason until the Shiites came and saved them. These are facts we can’t deny. As far as the LAF prisoners they are not forgotten.
            Happy New Year to all, my new year resolution is to get laid as much as I can …)

          • Peaceforleb

            You had to finish a beautiful speech with a getting laid comment. lol. I wouldn’t expect anything less from you Libnan. lol. Happy new year to you and your family brother. I hope you are able to fulfill you new year resolution. :-)))))

          • The real lebanese

            Its the exact opposite in the north with the Syrian military during the war. Although the Christians and Sunnis didn’t work together, they were both working towards resisting Syrian occupation. This is why Christians will be split for a long time in Lebanon. And according to Syria today, they don’t know anything about LAF prisoners still in their prisons. So did the Syrians forget? Do they need a wake up call? Wish you luck on your New Years resolution. :-))

          • Hind Abyad

            Bonne Année..a vous et votre famille libnan1

          • hezzies are terrorists

            These are “facts” we can’t deny coz u called “family and friends”. Lmfao u sound like that fool who calls “family and friends” in Syria. This is hilarious and tbh I’m not in a laughing mood

          • Hind Abyad

            You creep and the ReaLemon put arrows down for wishing libnan1
            Happy New Year?

          • 5thDrawer

            We can’t know who puts downies, Hind, only the uppies. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            I have fun with adult infantilisme i was squeezed between the.. two when i said Bonne Année..and to you too..

          • Patience2

            Stupid often comes in groups.

          • nagy_michael2

            All I am asking you facts about the Shiites who are taking over lands that belongs to the Christians? I am asking about areas in the South now where its overbought by Iran and Hezbollah in order to clear way for their control of the area. I am sure the Shiites in general were not in sect against christians.. But my cousin and friends got kidnapped by Shiites in Beirut and they almost killed them if we didn’t ask for interference on behalf of some leaders.. I am not against Shiites and I am only against whomever wants to destroy Lebanon. The shiites are great and descent people and belongs to Lebanon. Unfortunately hezbollah is being supported and trained by Iran and Syria to fight its dirty war.. I don’t care what you think because its very obvious. No I am not pro saudi and could careless about them. But in the past when Saudi gave money and kuwait and others they didn’t demand anyone do their biddings looking past history. The LAF should have been trained and armed by Iran then when Syria was in Lebanon. Unfortunately they got Aoun and Hezbollah much more deadlier enemy of Lebanon than then Syrians themselves. Please ask your Mighty General to free the soliders rotten in Syria jails. does he dare ask for them? why is Nassrallah freeing terrorists instead of them? did they not fight for Lebanon? stop being hypocrites..

          • Leborigine

            Are you serious libnan1! How could they be working for Lebanon’s sovereignty when their heads are up assads cavity and giving the syrians a green card to do what they want in Lebanon. Bloody hell, if that’s free and sovereign, what would anarchy be like??

          • Hind Abyad

            I have to say this, no one (do yo know that?), came to Syria to help Christians, Hezbollah liberated Kousseir in Homs, besieged since 2011, there were underground Sharia court in tunnels, 1600 people whent back to their homes,
            two weeks later they celebrated the first mass since 2011.

      • wargame1

        Its a diplomatic game the Saudi will play in order to reduce the Iranian influence in Lebanon. To do that they need to provide a strong financial support so that The Lebanese Government may slowly turn around. The Lebanese Government knows that they are inside the Iranian belly and the Saudi is trying to pull it out of that hole. The operation is critical as there are many Iranian Lackeys in the Lebanese Government. But this is a good effort. The Saudis did support the Afghan Mujaheddin against the Soviet Union but failed to support Saddam because they were tricked in to a situation where Saddam was portrayed as he would invade Saudi Arabia. Remember the American Satellite showed that Saddam was supposedly massing his troops in Saudi Border. The Saudi administration were threatened and panicked. But now the situation is reversing. It was a big deception. Well the Saudi Government govern their country well and the Saudi people are fine with it. They have good and bad in them but as long as they govern the country good and do not oppress its people then they are not to be disturbed.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          I honestly believe the Saudis have left it too late

          • dateam

            True.

        • Hind Abyad

          They don’t oppress it’s people hillarious, they imprison poets, Saudi Princess torture doctors for treating wounded protestors, they openned their jails to send criminals, children predators, rapers, canibalism to Syria committing the worst attrocities beyond fiction, the tragedy in Syria will mark this century.
          Saudis financed the Jihadis who raped and beheading Christians, hundreds of Churches destroyed.

          Bandar ibn Sultan is on a change on the Syrian battelfield, moving to Moscow wich snubbed him, and moving to raleigh Irak and Lebanon to improve his position in Syria, what the Saudi wants is to form a de facto government before Geneva II.
          We will have Sharia Califats as neighbors if they grab Syria, the Levant is doomed.
          This is what Saudis sent to Syria..psychopaths who should be in solitary confinement are free..

          • 5thDrawer

            They will get ‘bad press’ with those pics … at least they closed the eyes.

          • 5th ass

            Ya Hind…you only see what you want to see.. The A$$AID regime dropping barrels of explosives on top of innocent victims is rightful to you. walla – Avac vous pas mal

          • Hind Abyad

            0-th A$$, when i read ‘WE’ i just laugh think, not trained in psychology..
            who are WE? And whats “Avac vous pas mal” where did you learn French?

            My disqus don’t indicate my privare life. rigth..i have a my home IN Beyrouth,
            and even if i was in Mars i’m with my roots as all the Lebanese Community.

          • 5thDrawer

            Plus pauvre … oui … mais, je pense, peut-être dans l’autre pais Fanco-Phony.
            ;-)))

          • Hind Abyad

            no no, Avac is not even a word..

          • 5thDrawer

            Comme ça?? 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            Ouiii.

          • wargame1

            Let the Saudi Citizen solve their problem. Would you like Iran and Syrian regime to solve Saudi problem like in Syria? Then good Luck

      • libnan1

        The Lebanese Army is the only useful institution in the country. Money does not make armies, the will does. LAF had proven to the world that it can stand to the mightiest forces with minimal equipments if the Lebanese people stand behind and don’t stab it in the back …hint hint

        • master09

          Ur ffffn kidding stand up to the mightiest forces, are we playing computer games. Looks like your dreams are as big as our poor minded polies and yes even your love of your life what’s his name. Lol

          • 5thDrawer

            I tend to agree with him about it being the only useful one … but you know how he likes to write poetry and embellish … the ‘mightiest’ line WAS a little heavy. :-))
            As for Aoun being able to find electricity … the most useless ‘hero’ I’ve ever seen. :-))

          • libnan1

            No computer games my friend. You go tell that to the brave men that fought the Syrians when they occupied Lebanon. They were alone fighting on multiple fronts and if the rest of the Lebanese backed them we will be where we are now. At that point the Syrian would have known that they were not needed in Lebanon and would have gone home without a fight. Look what happened in 2005 they left without a shot when they saw the Lebanese were getting along. No army would be able to win if it own people go against it. Glory to the LAF.

          • 5th ass

            How come you and your boss now subscribe to the Syrian regime-

          • libnan1

            WHAT 5TH ASS, we subscribe to the Syrian regime!!! We don’t follow anyone, the Syrian regime has it’s problem to deal with. They don’t have time for us, plus they left Lebanon in 2005 and that was the only beef we had with them. We had issues with them during the occupation, Syria is not our enemy, We can’t live without them and they can’t live without us.

          • nagy_michael2

            Most lebanese backed them except Hezbollah who sent an assassin to eliminate Aoun. But he failed to kill him then..However I am with you on the LAF and total support. But they need to be fair when it comes to arresting people from different parties.. and ignore Hezbollah..

        • Peaceforleb

          lol, 100%

  • The real lebanese

    Although we may finally be getting weapons and not just toys, we need the army leadership to step up. Congrats on finally standing up to a Syrian warplane though.

    • hezzies are terrorists

      I agree its kinda good news but the only problem is the hezzies control that useless institution known as the Lebanese army. The Saudis may as well cut out the middle and give the money straight to the hezzy pigs.

      • The real lebanese

        Things are changing, just really slowly. The M8 Christian politicians are starting to distance themselves from HAs actions, so we can expect to see SOME change in the army.

        • Peaceforleb

          Real, I just love your optimism. It’s quite funny, You are usually realistic. It must be the silly season. :))

        • hezzies are terrorists

          I really hope ur right

          • libnan1

            In your dreams

        • libnan1

          Don’t be so fast. The M8 Christians and Muslims(Shiites) will always be on the side of Lebanon. They are the only ones proven from their actions (not just talk) to work for a free and sovereign Lebanon unlike the militia mentally M14 represents.

          • The real lebanese

            Woah I think you have this backwards. Who has the militia again? Who works for Iran?

            I think Aoun is starting to separate himself from m8 because their not giving him the leadership role he wants. Its ok to be neutral for a while.

          • libnan1

            FYI, No one works for IRAN. Aoun can’t be neutral, he’s always on the side of Lebanon against terrorists. Leadership role!!! he is the leader of his constituents, a third of Parliament what else do you want. No laws can pass in Lebanon without Aoun approval.

          • The real lebanese

            HA works for Iran, hands down. And many laws get passed without Aoun’s approval. The extension of Kawagi’s term being most recent. We both know Aoun want presidency. And we both know HA doesn’t want him as president. Could HAs actions be counted as terrorist actions? Just some thing to think about from Aoun’s perspective. Ties with him and HA have been deteriorating so I think he’s reevaluating his standpoint.

          • hezzies are terrorists

            “No one works for Iran”???? HAHAHA LMFAO LOL HOHOHO HEHEHE omg ur hilarious. Any more jokes?

          • 5th ass

            We understand your feeling, you live in Canada, and we live in Lebanon !

          • Hind Abyad

            Are going to repeat “WE undertansd you feeling, you live in Canada” to all Cosmopolitans who travel ?

          • 5th ass

            Si quieres copiar mi comentario, por favor, copiarlo, correctamente- feliz año nuevo

          • Patience2

            Him being a ‘self styled ass’, when he says “we” he’s referring to himself AND the turd in his pocket.

          • libnan1

            5th ass, I live in the US 8 hrs south of Canada but I follow Lebanon sometimes too much even though I haven’t been to Lebanon in long time. I hope to make a trip this spring, Maybe we can get together for a drink or two.

          • 5th ass

            Nor meat to eat ! and the spring is drying UP in Aoun A$$- He mislead a lot of poor Christians..

          • nagy_michael2

            Really so why don’t hezbollah give up some lands that belongs to the Christians in Jebail? why don’t you ask hezbollah to free the LAF that are rotten in Syrian jails for so long? or are they only good to free Samir Quntar the terrorists who kills chidlren and was treated as a Hero.. why don’t they hezbollah stop praying at the univeristies that are mostly christians and we don’t dare do the same? why don’t they the Iranian free christians who were muslims to prosecute and torture in their Ivan Prison? so much for the shiites and Christians being together…

          • libnan1

            I got go to bed it’s kind late here on the east coast but before I go, I don’t know much about what is happening in Iran. All what I can tell you is what I hear from friends and family is that the only sect in Lebanon that stood by innocent Christians were the Shiite. Go ask the people of Joun in Shouf, the only Christian town that was not destroyed, why because their Shiite neighbors stood in the face of Jumblat and company. Go ask the Christians of the south, they will tell you better than I can. Go ask the Christians in Baalbak they will tell you how Sunnis surrounded their towns and started shooting at them for no reason until the Shiites came and saved them. These are facts we can’t deny. As far as the LAF prisoners they are not forgotten.
            Happy New Year to all, my new year resolution is to get laid as much as I can …)

          • Peaceforleb

            You had to finish a beautiful speech with a getting laid comment. lol. I wouldn’t expect anything less from you Libnan. lol. Happy new year to you and your family brother. I hope you are able to fulfill you new year resolution. :-)))))

          • The real lebanese

            Its the exact opposite in the north with the Syrian military during the war. Wish you luck on your New Years resolution. :-))

          • Hind Abyad

            Bonne Année..a vous et votre famille libnan!

          • hezzies are terrorists

            These are “facts” we can’t deny coz u called “family and friends”. Lmfao u sound like that fool who calls “family and friends” in Syria. This is hilarious and tbh I’m not in a laughing mood

          • Hind Abyad

            You creep and the ReaLemon put arrows down for wishing libnan1
            Happy New Year?

          • 5thDrawer

            We can’t know who puts downies, Hind, only the uppies. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            I have fun with adult infantilisme i was squeezed between the.. two when i said Bonne Année..and to you too..

          • Patience2

            Stupid often comes in groups.

          • nagy_michael2

            All I am asking you facts about the Shiites who are taking over lands that belongs to the Christians? I am asking about areas in the South now where its overbought by Iran and Hezbollah in order to clear way for their control of the area. I am sure the Shiites in general were not in sect against christians.. But my cousin and friends got kidnapped by Shiites in Beirut and they almost killed them if we didn’t ask for interference on behalf of some leaders.. I am not against Shiites and I am only against whomever wants to destroy Lebanon. The shiites are great and descent people and belongs to Lebanon. Unfortunately hezbollah is being supported and trained by Iran and Syria to fight its dirty war.. I don’t care what you think because its very obvious. No I am not pro saudi and could careless about them. But in the past when Saudi gave money and kuwait and others they didn’t demand anyone do their biddings looking past history. The LAF should have been trained and armed by Iran then when Syria was in Lebanon. Unfortunately they got Aoun and Hezbollah much more deadlier enemy of Lebanon than then Syrians themselves. Please ask your Mighty General to free the soliders rotten in Syria jails. does he dare ask for them? why is Nassrallah freeing terrorists instead of them? did they not fight for Lebanon? stop being hypocrites..

          • Leborigine

            Are you serious libnan1! How could they be working for Lebanon’s sovereignty when their heads are up assads cavity and giving the syrians a green card to do what they want in Lebanon. Bloody hell, if that’s free and sovereign, what would anarchy be like??

          • Hind Abyad

            I have to say this, no one (do yo know that?), came to Syria to help Christians, Hezbollah liberated Kousseir in Homs, besieged since 2011, there were underground Sharia court in tunnels, 1600 people whent back to their homes,
            two weeks later they celebrated the first mass since 2011.

      • wargame1

        Its a diplomatic game the Saudi will play in order to reduce the Iranian influence in Lebanon. To do that they need to provide a strong financial support so that The Lebanese Government may slowly turn around. The Lebanese Government knows that they are inside the Iranian belly and the Saudi is acting like a midwife. The operation is critical as there are many Iranian Lackeys in the Lebanese Government. But this is a good effort. The Saudis did support the Afghan Mujaheddin against the Soviet Union but failed to support Saddam because they were tricked in to a situation where Saddam was portrayed as he would invade Saudi Arabia. Remember the American Satellite supposedly showed that Saddam was massing his troops in Saudi Border. The Saudi administration were threatened and panicked. But now the situation is reversing. It was a big deception. Well the Saudi Government govern their country well and the Saudi people are fine with it. They have good and bad in them but as long as they govern the country good and do not oppress its people then they are not to be disturbed.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          I honestly believe the Saudis have left it too late

          • dateam

            True.

        • Hind Abyad

          They don’t oppress it’s people hillarious, they imprison poets, Saudi Princess torture doctors for treating wounded protestors, they openned ther jails to send criminals, children predators, rapers, canibalism to Syria committing the worst attrocities beyond fiction, the tragedy in of Syria will mark this century.
          Saudis financed the Jihadis who raped and beheading Christians, hundreds of Churches destroyed.

          Bandar ibn Sultan is on a change on the Syrian battelfield, moving to Moscow wish snubbed him, and moving to raleigh Irak and Lebanon to improve his position in Syria, what the Saudi wants is to form a de facto government before Geneva II.
          We will have Sharia Califats as neighbors if they grab Syria, the Levant is doomed.
          This is what Saudis sent to Syria..psychopaths who should be in solitary confinement are free.. below you see the horror, playing feeding a beheaded.

          • 5thDrawer

            They will get ‘bad press’ with those pics … at least they closed the eyes.

          • 5th ass

            Ya Hind…you only see what you want to see.. The A$$AID regime dropping barrels of explosives on top of innocent victims is rightful to you. walla – Avac vous pas mal

          • Hind Abyad

            0th Ass, when i read WE i just laugh think, as agents you were not trained in psychology.
            My disqus don’t indicate my privare life. rigth..iI have a my home IN Beyrouth,
            and even if i was in Mars i’m with my roots, as all the Lebanese Community.

          • 5thDrawer

            Plus pauvre ,,, oui … mais, je pense, peut-être en Quebec. ;-)))

          • Hind Abyad

            no no, Avac is not even a word, and take out Quebec it’s private..

          • 5thDrawer

            Comme ça?? 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            Ouiii.

          • wargame1

            Let the Saudi Citizen solve their problem. Would you like Iran and Syrian regime to solve Saudi problem like in Syria? Then good Luck

      • libnan1

        The Lebanese Army is the only useful institution in the country. Money does not make armies, the will does. LAF had proven to the world that it can stand to the mightiest forces with minimal equipments if the Lebanese people stand behind and don’t stab it in the back …hint hint

        • master09

          Ur ffffn kidding stand up to the mightiest forces, are we playing computer games. Looks like your dreams are as big as our poor minded polies and yes even your love of your life what’s his name. Lol

          • 5thDrawer

            I tend to agree with him about it being the only useful one … but you know how he likes to write poetry and embellish … the ‘mightiest’ line WAS a little heavy. :-))

          • libnan1

            No computer games my friend. You go tell that to the brave men that fought the Syrians when they occupied Lebanon. They were alone fighting on multiple fronts and if the rest of the Lebanese backed them we will be where we are now. At that point the Syrian would have known that they were not needed in Lebanon and would have gone home without a fight. Look what happened in 2005 they left without a shot when they saw the Lebanese were getting along. No army would be able to win if it own people go against it. Glory to the LAF.

          • 5th ass

            How come you and your boss now subscribe to the Syrian regime-

          • libnan1

            WHAT 5TH ASS, we subscribe to the Syrian regime!!! We don’t follow anyone, the Syrian regime has it’s problem to deal with. They don’t have time for us, plus they left Lebanon in 2005 and that was the only beef we had with them. We had issues with them during the occupation, Syria is not our enemy, We can’t live without them and can’t live without us we just don’t have to like each other.

          • nagy_michael2

            Most lebanese backed them except Hezbollah who sent an assassin to eliminate Aoun. But he failed to kill him then..However I am with you on the LAF and total support. But they need to be fair when it comes to arresting people from different parties.. and ignore Hezbollah..

        • Peaceforleb

          lol, 100%

  • dateam

    How about $3 billion so we can deal with the syrian refugees? Hamede may as well come out and say that ksa is giving the leb army weapons on condition that hzb are not allowed to join the government and they are to use those weapons to fight hzb…tuck your skirts in people we are potentially going into a new phase here…And what is even more ironic is that since 2006 war we have been waiting for a defense strategy where the first thing m14 did was cancel conscription. Now had they not done that half the young men roaming around would be in the army. Further another point of irony which im sure alot of people on this site will now go blah blah over is that its been the hzb that have always asked for the army to be strengthened. There was a speech made by nasrallah once where he even said if the government has to buy weapons from the black market then do it. 20 years of occupation by israel and after the syrian withdrawal we did nothing to strenghten our army now ksa feels we need to strengthen it after our army has been attacked by again ironically people that ksa supports?

    • wargame1

      These are external environment and sometimes we dont have any control over it. After the Syrian revolution many players emerged and all of them have their own agenda/Interest. In that context the Saudi is also a player with their own interest/Agendas. Now you have a choice to make. If you think that this Saudi move may go against your interest then you may not support it but you will find some others who will support it. There is no guarantee that Saudi will be successful player as their opponent will have their ace to play. Its hezbushaitan and Iran who have been murdering the sunnis in Syria and also in Lebanon as this situation force the Saudis participate in the game. They not only have money but also they have an army with good weapon. These are the diplomatic move but it will end up in armed conflict as it is well presumed.

    • hezzies are terrorists

      Interesting how u say “occupation by Israel ” but in reference to asshead ur hero it’s “Syrian withdrawal” lmfao u never cease to show ur true colours.

      • dateam

        Thats because all the buffons in power now are the ones that allowed them in….Technically syria did not invade lebanon they were allowed in by the same countries fighting against it….n January 1976, a Syrian proposal to restore the limits to the Palestinian guerrilla presence in Lebanon, which had been in place prior to the outbreak of the civil war, was welcomed by Maronites and conservative Muslims, but rejected by the Palestinian guerrillas and their Lebanese Druze-led and leftist allies. In June 1976, to deal with the opposition posed by this latter group (which was normally allied with Syria), Syria dispatched Palestinian units under its control into Lebanon, and soon after sent in its own troops as well. Syrian claims these interventions came in response to appeals from Christian villagers under attack by Leftists in Lebanon.

        By October 1976, Syria had caused significant damage to the strength of the Leftists and their Palestinian allies, but at a meeting of the Arab League, it was forced to accept a ceasefire. The League ministers decided to expand an existing small Arab peacekeeping force in Lebanon, but it grew to be a large Arab Deterrent Force consisting almost entirely of Syrian troops. The Syrian military intervention was thus legitimized and received subsidies from the Arab League for its activities.[1]….The mandate ran out in 1982 and they stayed technically becoming an ocupying force however noone from the outside world semed too concerned with forcing them to leave…The same outside world fighting them now.

        • dateam

          its amazing i pulled facts out and i get voted down…yalibnan u gotta love your audience this is why lebanon is the way it is because people cant think anymore.

          • Peaceforleb

            Brother, facts don’t work on this blog. You want vote up’s, bullshit and only say what’s suits the haters. Also, facts scare people. :)). For what it worth, I really enjoy your posts.

          • dateam

            Thanks brother…as your name states..peaceforleb happy new year. may god help us all this coming year.

          • Peaceforleb

            And a happy new year to you and your family bro. All we can do is hope for the best in 2014 and hope that God protects our family and friends in the middle east as well as around the world.

          • Hind Abyad

            Happy New year Peace to you:)

          • Peaceforleb

            Thanks Hind. And a happy and prosperous New Year to you and your family. I look forward to reading your informative comments in the future. And Hind don’t let anybody bring you down. Like Dateam, because you speak of untold truths, people will take offence because the truth is a scary thing. Especially when it doesn’t suit certain people and their political beliefs. Thanks again. :-))))))

          • 5thDrawer

            No Logic … it’s one of those religious precepts.

          • hezzies are terrorists

            Do u want a tissue ?

          • dateam

            No but i will leave you with this as 2013 closes and 2014 begins….egypt, tunisia,iraq now syria, russia, usa,yemen,nigeria,libya,kenya,mali,afghanistan,england,france,turkey,jordan even china are all fighting islamic extremists now…where will 2014 leave us? happy new year brother.

          • Peaceforleb

            Sorry Dateam, I had to give a vote down. Everything I agree with except the brother part. You are a human, the other thing is far from being a human. A human doesn’t act like a child and rant abuse anytime someone doesn’t agree with him or her. No my friend, that thing is not a human.

          • Hind Abyad

            That Hezz who wrote Hannibal and me the most degrading obscenities, that made YaLiban Moderator intervene, today tells me: I forgive you Hind !

          • Peaceforleb

            He forgives you. Hahahahahaha. Your are so lucky Hind, you have been forgiven. For what I dont know. Lol

          • Hind Abyad

            Hezz not out of hezz childhood anal stage..too late.

          • dateam

            That’s ok I’ve never been taught to hate. You can’t blame someone when they are ignorant.he is what he is

        • Leborigine

          I think the key phrase here dateam is ‘becoming an ocupying force’. So if you invite me to your house and you did not like the way I treated your family, would you ask me to stay or get out of your house? Its not that hard.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          Just coz I invite u into my home doesn’t give u the right to occupy it. What strange mentality u have

        • 5thDrawer

          Not that Lebanon has ever been ignored ….
          Recalling its resolutions 425 (1978) and 426 (1978) of 19 March 1978, 501 (1982) of 25 February 1982, 508 (1982) of 5 June 1982, 509 (1982) of 6 June 1982 and 520 (1982) of 17 September 1982, as well as all its resolutions on the situation in Lebanon ……..
          In 1982 a flurry of resolutions, many reports, etc, etc … Lebanon allowed UNIFL, and a disengagement observer force, but didn’t seem to want ‘feet on the ground’ to drive out various invaders. Right?
          UNIFIL reports note that even if there is a ‘calm’ (Israel/Syria), the situation of the Middle East as a whole continues to be dangerous. hehehe … and that was 1982.

          Too bad the UN must be ‘politically correct’, and reports can’t say something like:
          ‘We don’t see any way to stop idiot religionists from killing each other, and the Tribes just run amok any time they want. And talk about ‘tribes’ … they are all over the place … hundreds of them in little villages. Impossible to control or teach anything.’

          • Hind Abyad

            1983 is when Hezbollah was born, Hamas in 1983-4

      • dateam

        And if you want to go even deeper into it…when the taif accord was signed the warlords got their payouts and lived in their mansions and since then have failed us…why wasnt the syrian and israeli occupations taken into consideration back then? Why wasnt the strengthening and arming of the army taken into consideration then? Why wasnt the demarcation of the borders taken into consideration then?

        • 5thDrawer

          Because there is that one-of-a-kind ‘Confessional Parliamentary Democracy’.
          Where no-one confesses anything, even the lack of ability to find electricity.
          (Oh .. yes .. maybe confess to your Mufti or Priest or perhaps God – Means nothing for the country – women can’t even get a little respect there.)

        • Leborigine

          because they are a bunch of losers and cannot even organise a root in a brothel!

      • wargame1

        How about Iranian occupation of Lebanon? I dont see Israel occupying Lebanon…

        • master09

          The first thing you said that makes sense. Yes Israel really give a shit about Lebanon if the PLO or HA not there. But they did claim the recipe hummus. .lol.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          Sorry I have to disagree there. The israhellis still occupy Sheba farms

          • cook

            Isnt that in Syria?

  • dateam

    How about $3 billion so we can deal with the syrian refugees? Hamede may as well come out and say that ksa is giving the leb army weapons on condition that hzb are not allowed to join the government and they are to use those weapons to fight hzb…tuck your skirts in people we are potentially going into a new phase here…And what is even more ironic is that since 2006 war we have been waiting for a defense strategy where the first thing m14 did was cancel conscription. Now had they not done that half the young men roaming around would be in the army. Further another point of irony which im sure alot of people on this site will now go blah blah over is that its been the hzb that have always asked for the army to be strengthened. There was a speech made by nasrallah once where he even said if the government has to buy weapons from the black market then do it. 20 years of occupation by israel and after the syrian withdrawal we did nothing to strenghten our army now ksa feels we need to strengthen it after our army has been attacked by again ironically people that ksa supports?

    • wargame1

      These are external environment and sometimes we dont have any control over it. After the Syrian revolution many players emerged and all of them have their own agenda/Interest. In that context the Saudi is also a player with their own interest/Agendas. Now you have a choice to make. If you think that this Saudi move may go against your interest then you may not support it but you will find some others who will support it. There is no guarantee that Saudi will be successful player as their opponent will have their ace to play. Its hezbushaitan and Iran who have been murdering the sunnis in Syria and also in Lebanon as this situation force the Saudis participate in the game. They not only have money but also they have an army with good weapon. These are the diplomatic move but it will end up in armed conflict as it is well presumed.

    • hezzies are terrorists

      Interesting how u say “occupation by Israel ” but in reference to asshead ur hero it’s “Syrian withdrawal” lmfao u never cease to show ur true colours.

      • dateam

        Thats because all the buffons in power now are the ones that allowed them in….Technically syria did not invade lebanon they were allowed in by the same countries fighting against it….n January 1976, a Syrian proposal to restore the limits to the Palestinian guerrilla presence in Lebanon, which had been in place prior to the outbreak of the civil war, was welcomed by Maronites and conservative Muslims, but rejected by the Palestinian guerrillas and their Lebanese Druze-led and leftist allies. In June 1976, to deal with the opposition posed by this latter group (which was normally allied with Syria), Syria dispatched Palestinian units under its control into Lebanon, and soon after sent in its own troops as well. Syrian claims these interventions came in response to appeals from Christian villagers under attack by Leftists in Lebanon.

        By October 1976, Syria had caused significant damage to the strength of the Leftists and their Palestinian allies, but at a meeting of the Arab League, it was forced to accept a ceasefire. The League ministers decided to expand an existing small Arab peacekeeping force in Lebanon, but it grew to be a large Arab Deterrent Force consisting almost entirely of Syrian troops. The Syrian military intervention was thus legitimized and received subsidies from the Arab League for its activities.[1]….The mandate ran out in 1982 and they stayed technically becoming an ocupying force however noone from the outside world semed too concerned with forcing them to leave…The same outside world fighting them now.

        • dateam

          its amazing i pulled facts out and i get voted down…yalibnan u gotta love your audience this is why lebanon is the way it is because people cant think anymore.

          • Peaceforleb

            Brother, facts don’t work on this blog. You want vote up’s, bullshit and only say what’s suits the haters. Also, facts scare people. :)). For what it worth, I really enjoy you posts.

          • dateam

            Thanks brother…as your name states..peaceforleb happy new year. may god help us all this coming year.

          • Peaceforleb

            And a happy new year to you and your family bro. All we can do is hope for the best in 2014 and hope that God protects our family and friends in the middle east as well as around the world.

          • Hind Abyad

            Happy New year Peace to you:)

          • Peaceforleb

            Thanks Hind. And a happy and prosperous New Year to you and your family. I look forward to reading your informative comments in the future. And Hind don’t anybody bring you down. Like Dateam, because you speak of untold truths, people will take offence because the truth is a scary thing. Especially when it doesn’t suit certain people and their political beliefs. Thanks again. :-))))))

          • 5thDrawer

            No Logic … it’s one of those religious precepts.

          • hezzies are terrorists

            Do u want a tissue ?

          • dateam

            No but i will leave you with this as 2013 closes and 2014 begins….egypt, tunisia,iraq now syria, russia, usa,yemen,nigeria,libya,kenya,mali,afghanistan,england,france,turkey,jordan even china are all fighting islamic extremists now…where will 2014 leave us? happy new year brother.

          • Peaceforleb

            Sorry Dateam, I had to give a vote down. Everything I agree with except the brother part. You are a human, the other thing is far from being a human. A human doesn’t act like a child and rant abuse anytime someone doesn’t agree with him or her. No my friend, that thing is not a human.

          • Hind Abyad

            That Hezz who wrote Hannibal and me the most degrading obscenities, summoned by YaLiban, today tells me: I forgive you Hind !

          • Peaceforleb

            He forgives you. Hahahahahaha. Your are so lucky Hind, you have been forgiven. For what I dont know. Lol

          • Hind Abyad

            Hezz not out of hezz childhood anal stage..too late.

          • dateam

            That’s ok I’ve never been taught to hate. You can’t blame someone when they are ignorant.he is what he is

        • Leborigine

          I think the key phrase here dateam is ‘becoming an ocupying force’. So if you invite me to your house and you did not like the way I treated your family, would you ask me to stay or get out of your house? Its not that hard.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          Just coz I invite u into my home doesn’t give u the right to occupy it. What strange mentality u have

        • 5thDrawer

          Not that Lebanon has ever been ignored ….
          Recalling its resolutions 425 (1978) and 426 (1978) of 19 March 1978, 501 (1982) of 25 February 1982, 508 (1982) of 5 June 1982, 509 (1982) of 6 June 1982 and 520 (1982) of 17 September 1982, as well as all its resolutions on the situation in Lebanon ……..

          In 1982 a flurry of resolutions, many reports, etc, etc … Lebanon allowed UNIFL, but didn’t seem to want ‘feet on the ground’ to drive out various invaders. Right?

          • Hind Abyad

            1983 is when Hezbollah was born, Hamas in 1983-4

      • dateam

        And if you want to go even deeper into it…when the taif accord was signed the warlords got their payouts and lived in their mansions and since then have failed us…why wasnt the syrian and israeli occupations taken into consideration back then? Why wasnt the strengthening and arming of the army taken into consideration then? Why wasnt the demarcation of the borders taken into consideration then?

        • 5thDrawer

          Because there is that one-of-a-kind ‘Confessional Parliamentary Democracy’.
          Where no-one confesses anything, even the lack of ability to find electricity.
          (Oh .. yes .. maybe confess to your Mufti or Priest or perhaps God – Means nothing for the country – women can’t even get a little respect there.)

        • Leborigine

          because they are a bunch of losers and cannot even organise a root in a brothel!

      • wargame1

        How about Iranian occupation of Lebanon? I dont see Israel occupying Lebanon…

        • master09

          The first thing you said that makes sense. Yes Israel really give a shit about Lebanon if the PLO or HA not there. But they did claim the recipe hummus. .lol.

        • hezzies are terrorists

          Sorry I have to disagree there. The israhellis still occupy Sheba farms

          • cook2half

            Isnt that in Syria?

  • master09

    What Every single person miss is WHY?. Well this might sound great for the Army but why are they doing this now after the assassination. Wait a couple months and see how Lebanon will once again be destroyed by no one else but the Lebanese. Lebanon is a game of chess and the Arabs are the ones playing the game.

    • dateam

      Good question to ask? However the way i see it is this > France has just made $3billion. Lets see what the $3b will give us…..Israel will not allow france to give us proper military hardware i bet you my life on it…The most we will get is new uniforms and infrastructure for the army and light arms to only be used domestically…..

      • 5th ass

        Please don;t bet your life , bet donuts!

  • master09

    What Every single person miss is WHY?. Well this might sound great for the Army but why are they doing this now after the assassination. Wait a couple months and see how Lebanon will once again be destroyed by no one else but the Lebanese. Lebanon is a game of chess and the Arabs are the ones playing the game.

    • dateam

      Good question to ask? However the way i see it is this > France has just made $3billion. Lets see what the $3b will give us…..Israel will not allow france to give us proper military hardware i bet you my life on it…The most we will get is new uniforms and infrastructure for the army and light arms to only be used domestically…..

      • 5th ass

        Please don;t bet your life , bet donuts!

  • Tk

    Giving the LAF arms is a good step but concerning .The army in Lebanon was divided twice during the civil war in lebanon. Once in Beirut and in southern Lebanon. The concept of a strong army , is against any party that don’t like stability of the country aka :Hizbullah and Syria and their dividends like Aoun and M8.

  • Tk

    Giving the LAF arms is a good step but concerning .The army in Lebanon was divided twice during the civil war in lebanon. Once in Beirut and in southern Lebanon. The concept of a strong army , is against any party that don’t like stability of the country aka :Hizbullah and Syria and their dividends like Aoun and M8.

  • Hind Abyad

    Lebanon Security Forces arrests Maged al Maged, the Saudi commander of the Al Qaeda afilliated Abdullah Azzam Brigades, wich claimed responsabilty for the attack on Iran Embassy in Beyrouth in November.

    • dateam

      Al-Majed hails from Saudi Arabia and had headed about a month ago to Syria where he pledged his allegiance to al-Nusra Front chief Abu Mohammad al-Joulani.

      Eight years ago, Al-Majed entered to Lebanon and participated in Nahr Al-Bared battle against the Lebanese army and then moved to Ain al-Hilweh camp in Sidon.

      Abdullah Azzam brigades claimed responsibility for the firing of rockets on various Lebanese regions and the bombings that targeted the Iranian embassy in Beirut’s Bir Hassan neighborhood on November 19….lets see where this goes…my bet is hel disappear just like last time????

      • Hind Abyad

        I don’t understand, Saudis are sendind these Al Nusra to Syria and Iraq, at same
        time are allied to West and Israel, who considers Al Qaeda & affliates as
        terrorists, all alliances end up with these Al Qaeda & affiliates.

        • 5thDrawer

          Weird, eh? :-)))) All theories, of course. Just like the religions.

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s religion, then theories. .no?

          • 5thDrawer

            No Hind … perhaps if you ‘believe’ that the theories which created the religions had been proven to be true, you might work it that way … but really?

          • Hind Abyad

            I understand ok ok.

        • dateam

          Its not about religion…religion is but the tool to use to move agendas on the ground….poverty and despair make it a recipe to build these groups…its always about power and money…..look around you….egypt,libya,kenya,afghanistan,tunisia,yemen and on and on all sunni countries fighting extremists…..these extremists are brainwashed and used to play out the games. In the middle east certain countries do not want any resistance to it…walk the walk and talk the talk….If you want to look at it from a sectarian point of view…..all these countries which are sunni are repressing their own people…the palestinians have been going for 65 years have they done anything for them? I can go deeper if you have the time?

  • Hind Abyad

    Lebanon Security Forces arrests Maged al Maged, the Saudi commander of the Al Qaeda afilliated Abdullah Azzam Brigades, wich claimed responsabilty for the attack on Iran Embassy in Beyrouth in November.

    • dateam

      Al-Majed hails from Saudi Arabia and had headed about a month ago to Syria where he pledged his allegiance to al-Nusra Front chief Abu Mohammad al-Joulani.

      Eight years ago, Al-Majed entered to Lebanon and participated in Nahr Al-Bared battle against the Lebanese army and then moved to Ain al-Hilweh camp in Sidon.

      Abdullah Azzam brigades claimed responsibility for the firing of rockets on various Lebanese regions and the bombings that targeted the Iranian embassy in Beirut’s Bir Hassan neighborhood on November 19….lets see where this goes…my bet is hel disappear just like last time????

      • Hind Abyad

        I don’t understand, Saudis are sendind these Al Nusra to Syria and Iraq, at same
        time are allied to West Saudis and Israel, who considers Al Qaeda & affliates as
        terrorists, all alliances end up with these Al Qaeda & affiliates.

        • 5thDrawer

          Weird, eh? :-)))) All theories, of course. Just like the religions.

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s religion, then theories. .no?

          • 5thDrawer

            No Hind … perhaps if you ‘believe’ that the theories which created the religions had been proven to be true, you might work it that way … but really?

          • Hind Abyad

            I understand ok ok.

          • 5thDrawer

            No Hind … perhaps if you ‘believe’ that the theories which created the religions had been proven to be true, you might work it that way … but really?

          • Hind Abyad

            It’s religion, then theories. .no?

        • dateam

          Its not about religion…religion is but the tool to use to move agendas on the ground….poverty and despair make it a recipe to build these groups…its always about power and money…..look around you….egypt,libya,kenya,afghanistan,tunisia,yemen and on and on all sunni countries fighting extremists…..these extremists are brainwashed and used to play out the games. In the middle east certain countries do not want any resistance to it…walk the walk and talk the talk….If you want to look at it from a sectarian point of view…..all these countries which are sunni are repressing their own people…the palestinians have been going for 65 years have they done anything for them? I can go deeper if you have the time?

  • Hind Abyad

    What’s more, i read nothing here about Sleiman being under fire for accepting
    3 billions from Saudi Arabia, Lebanese journals headlines read such as
    “A Royal Order to Strife”. “3 billions to France trough the Lebanese Army” and “Please Resign”…!

    • Maborlz Ez-Hari

      Your asking our president to resign for accepting a 3billion dollar deal to buy our army equipment it needs? What are you going to ask your president to do after his endless list of atrocities has been finalized? I think you need to get back in the kitchen where you belong and cook the men some eggs.

      • 5thDrawer

        Oh Maborlz … tsk tsk … // And even if a little of that money trickles down to the poor folks, it is a blessing … as are the women … no? 😉

        • Maborlz Ez-Hari

          You know how it goes 5th, give them (the ladies) a little and you know the rest…..
          A good dusting every now and then is good for them.

          • Hind Abyad

            Men’s errors are burned (not dusted), by women.

      • Hind Abyad

        WHAT? Who is me to ask the President to resign, Malbrouk s’en va t’en guerre, you’re a joker. I was quoting Lebanese papers do you read them? Say.. Do you read them.. BTW Come to think of it, does YaLibnan read them?.. And who’s My President?
        Go fry yourself an egg.

        • Maborlz Ez-Hari

          My error, apologies but that’s no way to talk to a male. You have been granted permission to participate in these discussions but do not feel that it is your entitlement. This is where you need to distinguish your role in society. You may ask but you can not demand, now I like my eggs soft on the inside. Thank you

          • Hind Abyad

            Will have eggs soft, what if they’re not soft..then what..

          • 5thDrawer

            If I was you, I’d offer to ‘gently’ squeeze his eggs for him. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            So you do it.

          • 5thDrawer

            Would you like coffee with those? 😉

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Well then I guess I’ll have no choice but to cook my own eggs. These are the days when men have to cook for themselves and we are hoping for peace pffffft.

          • Hind Abyad

            Then next you will have a surprise kebbe, kichic fatayer for having beheaved.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Who needs eggs when there’s a surprise like that. Now your talking, salim haldayet.

  • Hind Abyad

    What’s more, i read nothing here about Sleiman being under fire for accepting
    3 billions from Saudi Arabia, Lebanese journals headlines read such as
    “A Royal Order to Strife”. “3 billions to France trough the Lebanese Army” and “Please Resign”…!

    • Maborlz Ez-Hari

      Your asking our president to resign for accepting a 3billion dollar deal to buy our army equipment it needs? What are you going to ask your president to do after his endless list of atrocities has been finalized? I think you need to get back in the kitchen where you belong and cook the men some eggs.

      • 5thDrawer

        Oh Maborlz … tsk tsk … // And even if a little of that money trickles down to the poor folks, it is a blessing … as are the women … no? 😉

        • Maborlz Ez-Hari

          You know how it goes 5th, give them (the ladies) a little and you know the rest…..
          A good dusting every now and then is good for them.

          • Hind Abyad

            Men’s errors are burned (not dusted), by women.

      • Hind Abyad

        WHAT? Who is me, to ask the President to resign, francly Malbrouk s’en va t’en guerre your a joker, i’m quoting Lebanese papers..do you read them?

        • Maborlz Ez-Hari

          My error, apologies but that’s no way to talk to a male. You have been granted permission to participate in these discussions but do not feel that it is your entitlement. This is where you need to distinguish your role in society. You may ask but you can not demand, now I like my eggs soft on the inside. Thank you

          • Hind Abyad

            Will have eggs? No eggs in the house.

          • 5thDrawer

            If I was you, I’d offer to ‘gently’ squeeze his eggs for him. 😉

          • Hind Abyad

            So you do it.

          • 5thDrawer

            Would you like coffee with those? 😉

          • 5thDrawer

            If I was you, I’d offer to ‘gently’ squeeze his eggs for him. 😉

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Well then I guess I’ll have no choice but to cook my own eggs. These are the days when men have to cook for themselves and we are hoping for peace pffffft.

          • Hind Abyad

            Then next you will have a surprise kebbe, kichic fatayer for having beheaved.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Who needs eggs when there’s a surprise like that. Now your talking, salim haldayet.