Lebanon, the tiny country on the eastern end of the Mediterranean basin may be small in size, yet it faces huge problems.
On the occasion marking the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon Phalange party MP Nadim Gemayel said that unfortunately even though the Lebanese soil was liberated, the hearts of some are still occupied. He voiced his regrets that seven years after the Syrian withdrawal there are some Lebanese who still believe that the Syrians are […]
Civil society activists on Wednesday took the center stage during the rally organized by the March 14 forces to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the March 14, 2005 “Cedar Revolution.” “Has our will really weakened? No, a thousand times no, the Cedar Revolution has not waned,” said prominent journalist May Chidiac in her speech at […]
Phalange Party MP Sami Gemayel warned the government against approving the proposed history textbook that will be used in the Public School Curriculum because it failed to acknowledge the Cedar Revolution and other political phenomena in recent Lebanese history.
MP Marwan Hamadeh rejected the accusations of Speaker Nabih Berri that the Cedar Revolution is trying to monopolize power and said that the “revolution liberated the Lebanese from prison , but Berri is still in it, stressing that Berri’s statements are completely rejected.”
In a Tuesday interview with Akhbar al-Yawm news agency, March 14 MP Ahmad Fatfat responded on to Speaker Nabih Berri’s statement that the Cedar Revolution “took Lebanon 60 years back.” Berri “cannot easily throw rocks at us” because his “house is made of glass.”
Speaker Nabih Berri said in a speech on Monday during a ceremony organized by the International Intellectual Conference to honor late Shiite clerics Mohammed Makki al-Jizzini and Zeineddine al-Jabhi.that the 2005 Cedar Revolution “took Lebanon 60 years back.”
The Future bloc issued a statement on Friday responding to Hezbollah’s accusations that the Future Movement is interfering in Syria. “The Loyalty to Resistance bloc ( Hezbollah) has eagerly rushed to condemn a broad Lebanese political movement without a trial, documents or evidences,
Responding to the Syrian accusations that the Lebanese are intervening in Syria’s internal affairs . Future Movement MP Khalid el Daher addressed the Syrian regime by saying: Worry about yourself and leave us alone.
Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea, a key member of the March 14 alliance reiterated on Saturday his calls to end the presence of non-state weapons in Lebanon and voiced his support for state-building.