FPM: Protests in Syria won’t change a thing in Lebanon

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MP Ziad Aswad who represents Free Patriotic Movement in the parliament commented to Central News Agency about the protests in Syria by saying:

“Yesterday’s protests in the Syrian city of Daraa won’t change a thing on the Lebanese domestic scene despite some parties’ wishful thinking in that regard.” In reference to March 14 alliance.

MP Michel Aoun who heads the Free Patriotic Movement is closely linked to the Syrian regime and Hezbollah.

Syrian security forces have fired tear gas to disperse crowds at the funeral of two people killed in anti-government protests on Friday, witnesses say.

Thousands had gathered for the funeral in the southern city of Daraa, and began chanting anti-government slogans.

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14 responses to “FPM: Protests in Syria won’t change a thing in Lebanon”

  1. nabilabuzaid Avatar
    nabilabuzaid

    You seem to be worried Mr Ziad! Eventually you will have Muslim brotherhood at your border. Let’s then how things will change then..

  2. nabilabuzaid Avatar
    nabilabuzaid

    You seem to be worried Mr Ziad! Eventually you will have Muslim brotherhood at your border. Let’s then how things will change then..

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    Anonymous

    You seem to be worried Mr Ziad! Eventually you will have Muslim brotherhood at your border. Let’s then how things will change then..

  4. pretty quik to talk there Ziad…“Yesterday’s protests in the Syrian city of Daraa won’t change a thing on the Lebanese domestic scene despite some parties’ wishful thinking in that regard.” In reference to March 14 alliance.”

    Ya, keep convincing yourself everything is normal while your world crumbles around you…classic case of paranoia, madness, and denial lol…

  5. pretty quik to talk there Ziad…“Yesterday’s protests in the Syrian city of Daraa won’t change a thing on the Lebanese domestic scene despite some parties’ wishful thinking in that regard.” In reference to March 14 alliance.”

    Ya, keep convincing yourself everything is normal while your world crumbles around you…classic case of paranoia, madness, and denial lol…

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    Anonymous

    pretty quik to talk there Ziad…“Yesterday’s protests in the Syrian city of Daraa won’t change a thing on the Lebanese domestic scene despite some parties’ wishful thinking in that regard.” In reference to March 14 alliance.”

    Ya, keep convincing yourself everything is normal while your world crumbles around you…classic case of paranoia, madness, and denial lol…

  7. ralphsrouji Avatar
    ralphsrouji

    Background noise

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    Anonymous

    Background noise

  9. Fauzia45 Avatar

    They will change something in Syria!!!!

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    Anonymous

    They will change something in Syria!!!!

  11. Mosetsfire Avatar
    Mosetsfire

    Hbb it will change everything in Lebanon. The biggest difference between March 8 and March 14 is that March 14 draws its power from the Lebanese people while Kleb like you and Aoun and Hezbollah prostitute to Iran and Syria to earn your power.

    Once the source of your power in Syria changes to a Sunni majority, it will be our power and God Willing, before Allah takes the lives of March 8 we will be able to hang you bastards after you are tried for treason.

  12. Hbb it will change everything in Lebanon. The biggest difference between March 8 and March 14 is that March 14 draws its power from the Lebanese people while Kleb like you and Aoun and Hezbollah prostitute to Iran and Syria to earn your power.

    Once the source of your power in Syria changes to a Sunni majority, it will be our power and God Willing, before Allah takes the lives of March 8 we will be able to hang and try you bastards for treason.

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