Gemayel: The situation in Syria is unacceptable

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Phalange party bloc MP Nadim Gemayel said on Wednesday that the existence of non-state weapons in Lebanon was behind the the postponement of a conference that was meant to support the Syrian people at the Beirut Bristol Hotel.

“Pressure was exerted from the March 8 coalition and from an armed party in order to prevent holding the conference,” Gemayel told LBC television in a reference to Hezbollah.

“What happened was shameful for Lebanon and unacceptable,” the MP added.

He told LBC:” I’m ready to host the pro-Syrian people meeting at my office. The situation in Syria is unacceptable.”

The Bristo Hotel l management decided it could not host the event due to concerns over a confrontation between the pro-Syrian regime supporters and the supporters of the people of Syria who have been protesting against the regime

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78 responses to “Gemayel: The situation in Syria is unacceptable”

  1. Patience2 Avatar
    Patience2

    Still wonder about HA’s ‘commitment’ to Lebanon(as opposed to Syria) ??

    1. eblashko Avatar
      eblashko

      No, not Syria, but Iran.

      1. antar2011 Avatar
        antar2011

        actually both. irani murshed is the father and Assad is the brother. they are one big ##$% family!  

      2. antar2011 Avatar
        antar2011

        actually both. irani murshed is the father and Assad is the brother. they are one big ##$% family!  

    2. libnan1 Avatar
      libnan1

      HA is more committed to Lebanon than a lot of people. They liberated the south, didn’t they? You didn’t think Israel was going to leave on their own !!!! They got weapons from Iran and Syria, so what!!! They can’t fight tanks with their bare hands and no one else was will to provide them with weapons.

      1. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        You are talking to deaf ears, libnan1.lol . 
        Some of the people  who  comment at this site,oftentimes, let their persistence ,hatred,and passion turn into stubbornness and ignorance.There is not much you can do about it. You can Change the changeable,but you must accept the unchangeable .lol

        1. libnan1 Avatar
          libnan1

          AND @plomca:disqus 
          I don’t like to argue about facts. What gets me the most is these guys don’t ask themselves the question who is going to defend Lebanon in case of an attack !!!! I bet you Nataniahu would love to go back into Lebanon and show off his military strength. Guess what, he can’t do it anymore. Not because he doesn’t want to, but because he has a formidable foe in Lebanon.
          I’m all for the army to defend Lebanon but until the army is strong enough with missile capabilities, Lebanese should thank the Resistance. The resistance can also include Sunnis and Christians if they want to join.

        2. antar2011 Avatar
          antar2011

          if only everything is done this way [agree to disagree/accept the unchangeable] by HA…lebanon would be in a much better situation then it is now.

          look at Jordan, egypt, syria….they do not have a resistance in the same way as we do, but they are all nice and peaceful with israel….why not lebanon?

          but that will happen only when lebanese start actually caring about the country they live in and stop looking for foreigners for help and assistance.

          the excuse that lebanon is weak and goign to be attacked for sure when the resistance in hizbollah is no longer in the pics has expired….no one believes it anymore.

          hizbollah supporters shoudl think real hard about their loyalties and blind following…it does not take a genius to see that there is one way that Hizbollah’s arms can be welcomed by the majority of lebanese rather then hated and that is definetly NOT when these arms are used to terrorise the lebanese pple, lebanese govt system and social foundation..it is when they are joined with the lebanese army [who is weak NOT by choice, thank to Syria and Lahoud] to strengthen the security of the country and then resist any attack from the zionist next door…
          but this day won’t come….simply because lebanese are not united…and because foreigners can use their illegal weapons with all carelessness and without having being punished for it.

      2. plomca Avatar

        Ok, you are right about Israel’s occupation of the southern Lebanon and the only way to force them out, was Hezbollah to use force, with the weapons they obtained by Syria and Iran. But they have not occupied southern Lebanon since 2000, when the last Israeli troops pulled out of Lebanon. The only other times Israelis came into Lebanon, when Hezbollah instigated them into a fight, with their border clashes, like 2006, without no reason.

        You say they are committed to the people of Lebanon. Tell that to all the Lebanese families that lost love ones in 2006 War, because Hezbollah wanted to kidnap Israeli soldiers on the border. And why did they do this? Can you explain this to the families please!

        Get over it. Occupation of the south is ten years ago. Hezbollah is keeping it’s weapons to be used against those who are against them, especially the Lebanese people who support all militia groups to be disarmed. Hezobollah politics is not only through the ballot boxes, but also, by the use of the gun. We have seen too many good Lebanese politicians and sercurity officials pay with their lives, at the hands of these thugs.

        Their commitment to Lebanon is only to themselves, like a criminal organization. Nothing but selfish and a evil motives, is why they keep their weapons.

        A free democratic Lebanon can only exist, when all militia groups lay down their arms. Hezbollah, it is time to lay down your arms!

        1. libnan1 Avatar
          libnan1

          plomca, All militias should put their weapons down when Lebanon has a strong army to protect it. The US constitution calls on the people to organize and bare weapons if the state can’t defend them. Why not in Lebanon? I don’t like to see armed men roaming the streets, I hope that’s not what is happening. HA is the only militia that can help the army protect Lebanon. They are well equipped, organized and overall not corrupt. I see this in reports by the US state department.

          Yes there was infamous excursion back in 2006, that was in response to Al-qaeda trying to get organized in Beirut (many people don’t like to hear it), there might have been abuses by some organizations that took advantage of the situation. I have not heard of any such things since.

          I have said before and say it again that I hope that the Shite population does not feel empowered to a point where it steps on other Lebanese human right in the name of the resistance (I’m sure HA will keep them in check). We should all support the resistance to protect Lebanon until our army is strong and under the command of Aoun.

          As for the Syrian people, we should support whatever leaders they choose. If they don’t like Assad, they can over though him. After all they 24 million people, we are only 3.5 million absolute number with 2.5 million capable (M8 supporters).  Hang in there bud, things are not as bad as they seem. The new government will take care of thing.     

      3. Beiruti Avatar
        Beiruti

        Hezbollahs poitning their guns at the Lebanese people, the Israeli occupation was 11 years ago, its no longer a valid excuse. You have to face reality and stop comparing stuff to the past, its called the past for a reason. You must move on and face reality. The reality is currently Hezbollah doesn’t care about the Lebanese and serves the interests of Syria and Iran. Most Lebanese i know supported Hezbollah against Israel, but those days are over, Israel is out of Lebanon. 

        1. PROPHET.T Avatar
          PROPHET.T

          Beirut,
          Although most  of the occupied territories have been  liberated, there  are still some  that  are  under  occupation.I’m not advocating liberating them by force here. As for  gun  pointing, Israel has been  pointing its  big  guns at  Lebanon for the 60  some  years,and at a time when Lebanon  was weaponless. Israel has  used  those  guns  more than once when  we  were defend-less.
          As for  Syria,I  hope you  people  let  the  Syrians  figure out  what is  best  for themselves. Just  like  you  don’t  want  Syria to  be involved in  our  affairs, Lebanese  should  stay  out of the Syrian  mess. At the end, Syrian  people will  get  it right.
          This All-Of- A-Sudden  concern for  Syrian people  seems a  bit strange. None of  you people ever  expressed  this  kind  of  concern before  all of these  revolutions  started popping  up in the Arab world.None of you people showed any  concerns  when Syrian workers were being  lynched and attacked  for no other reason  but being  Syrian.

        2. antar2011 Avatar
          antar2011

          what i see here is whenever the mentions of hizbollah’s arms happen a quick response from hizbollah supporters is oh but the lebanese army is weaka nd cannot defend the country…

          they really are blind to the fact that syria and lahoud has made sure the army is kept weak while the weapons and the training flowed to hizbollah.

          it is not acceptable anymore… 

        3. antar2011 Avatar
          antar2011

          what i see here is whenever the mentions of hizbollah’s arms happen a quick response from hizbollah supporters is oh but the lebanese army is weaka nd cannot defend the country…

          they really are blind to the fact that syria and lahoud has made sure the army is kept weak while the weapons and the training flowed to hizbollah.

          it is not acceptable anymore… 

      4. Leborigine Avatar
        Leborigine

        HA is more commited to the region than to Lebanon. In other words, it is commited to serve the interests of major players in the region, in Lebanon. In regards to liberating the south, and you obviously believe that this is the case, well that is done, so why are they still holding onto their weapons and pointing them at the greatest and most honorable President leaders son and stopping him from having his meeting??
        Surely there are still some occupied farms and must be liberated, why don’t HA liberate them now and get it over and done with. They were so powerful in liberating the WHOLE SOUTH, a couple of farms should be a walk in the park.
        Your words do fall on deaf ears as Prophet mentioned, and I could be one of these people, but if HA are allowed to keep their weapons because of some Lebanese farms, do not forget that all of Lebanon is still under occupation by syrian proxies. The majority of my words fall on deaf ears as well.
        Once again, I reiterate, the syrian regime is an enemy of Lebanon as much as the israeli regime. I do have a lot of hate for both as much as Prophet, Michael and yourself have for israel. Why am I wrong and you are right, should I bend over for the syrian regime to get your approval?

      5. Leborigine Avatar
        Leborigine

        HA is more commited to the region than to Lebanon. In other words, it is commited to serve the interests of major players in the region, in Lebanon. In regards to liberating the south, and you obviously believe that this is the case, well that is done, so why are they still holding onto their weapons and pointing them at the greatest and most honorable President leaders son and stopping him from having his meeting??
        Surely there are still some occupied farms and must be liberated, why don’t HA liberate them now and get it over and done with. They were so powerful in liberating the WHOLE SOUTH, a couple of farms should be a walk in the park.
        Your words do fall on deaf ears as Prophet mentioned, and I could be one of these people, but if HA are allowed to keep their weapons because of some Lebanese farms, do not forget that all of Lebanon is still under occupation by syrian proxies. The majority of my words fall on deaf ears as well.
        Once again, I reiterate, the syrian regime is an enemy of Lebanon as much as the israeli regime. I do have a lot of hate for both as much as Prophet, Michael and yourself have for israel. Why am I wrong and you are right, should I bend over for the syrian regime to get your approval?

      6. antar2011 Avatar
        antar2011

        israel does everything that is in its interest. it was in its interest to withdraw back then otherwise it would not have withdrawn.

        HA’s actions since 2005 in lebanon has proven that lebanon and the lebanese [all of them not just one sect] is the last thing it thinks about.

  2.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    Still wonder about HA’s ‘commitment’ to Lebanon(as opposed to Syria) ??

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      No, not Syria, but Iran.

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        actually both. irani murshed is the father and Assad is the brother. they are one big ##$% family!  

    2.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      HA is more committed to Lebanon than a lot of people. They liberated the south, didn’t they? You didn’t think Israel was going to leave on their own !!!! They got weapons from Iran and Syria, so what!!! They can’t fight tanks with their bare hands and no one else was will to provide them with weapons.

      1. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        You are talking to deaf ears libnan.lol . 
        Some of the people  who  comment  here oftentimes let their  persistence and passion turn into stubbornness and ignorance.

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          AND @plomca:disqus 
          I don’t like to argue about facts. What gets me the most is these guys don’t ask themselves the question who is going to defend Lebanon in case of an attack !!!! I bet you Nataniahu would love to go back into Lebanon and show off his military strength. Guess what, he can’t do it anymore. Not because he doesn’t want to, but because he has a formidable foe in Lebanon.
          I’m all for the army to defend Lebanon but until the army is strong enough with missile capabilities, Lebanese should thank the Resistance. The resistance can also include Sunnis and Christians if they want to join.

        2.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          if only everything is done this way [agree to disagree/accept the unchangeable] by HA…lebanon would be in a much better situation then it is now.

        3.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          if only everything is done this way [agree to disagree/accept the unchangeable] by HA…lebanon would be in a much better situation then it is now.

      2.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Ok, you are right about Israel’s occupation of the southern Lebanon and the only way to force them out, was Hezbollah to use force, with the weapons they obtained by Syria and Iran. But they have not occupied southern Lebanon since 2000, when the last Israeli troops pulled out of Lebanon. The only other times Israelis came into Lebanon, when Hezbollah instigated them into a fight, with their border clashes, like 2006, without no reason.

        You say they are committed to the people of Lebanon. Tell that to all the Lebanese families that lost love ones in 2006 War, because Hezbollah wanted to kidnap Israeli soldiers on the border. And why did they do this? Can you explain this to the families please!

        Get over it. Occupation of the south is ten years ago. Hezbollah is keeping it’s weapons to be used against those who are against them, especially the Lebanese people who support all militia groups to be disarmed. Hezobollah politics is not only through the ballot boxes, but also, by the use of the gun. We have seen too many good Lebanese politicians and sercurity officials pay with their lives, at the hands of these thugs.

        Their commitment to Lebanon is only to themselves, like a criminal organization. Nothing but selfish and a evil motives, is why they keep their weapons.

        A free democratic Lebanon can only exist, when all militia groups lay down their arms. Hezbollah, it is time to lay down your arms!

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          plomca, All militias should put their weapons down when Lebanon has a strong army to protect it. The US constitution calls on the people to organize and bare weapons if the state can’t defend them. Why not in Lebanon? I don’t like to see armed men roaming the streets, I hope that’s not what is happening. HA is the only militia that can help the army protect Lebanon. They are well equipped, organized and overall not corrupt. I see this in reports by the US state department.

          Yes there was infamous excursion back in 2006, that was in response to Al-qaeda trying to get organized in Beirut (many people don’t like to hear it), there might have been abuses by some organizations that took advantage of the situation. I have not heard of any such things since.

          I have said before and say it again that I hope that the Shite population does not feel empowered to a point where it steps on other Lebanese human right in the name of the resistance (I’m sure HA will keep them in check). We should all support the resistance to protect Lebanon until our army is strong and under the command of Aoun.

          As for the Syrian people, we should support whatever leaders they choose. If they don’t like Assad, they can over though him. After all they 24 million people, we are only 3.5 million absolute number with 2.5 million capable (M8 supporters).  Hang in there bud, things are not as bad as they seem. The new government will take care of thing.     

        2.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          plomca, All militias should put their weapons down when Lebanon has a strong army to protect it. The US constitution calls on the people to organize and bare weapons if the state can’t defend them. Why not in Lebanon? I don’t like to see armed men roaming the streets, I hope that’s not what is happening. HA is the only militia that can help the army protect Lebanon. They are well equipped, organized and overall not corrupt. I see this in reports by the US state department.

          Yes there was infamous excursion back in 2006, that was in response to Al-qaeda trying to get organized in Beirut (many people don’t like to hear it), there might have been abuses by some organizations that took advantage of the situation. I have not heard of any such things since.

          I have said before and say it again that I hope that the Shite population does not feel empowered to a point where it steps on other Lebanese human right in the name of the resistance (I’m sure HA will keep them in check). We should all support the resistance to protect Lebanon until our army is strong and under the command of Aoun.

          As for the Syrian people, we should support whatever leaders they choose. If they don’t like Assad, they can over though him. After all they 24 million people, we are only 3.5 million absolute number with 2.5 million capable (M8 supporters).  Hang in there bud, things are not as bad as they seem. The new government will take care of thing.     

      3.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Hezbollahs poitning their guns at the Lebanese people, the Israeli occupation was 11 years ago, its no longer a valid excuse. You have to face reality and stop comparing stuff to the past, its called the past for a reason. You must move on and face reality. The reality is currently Hezbollah doesn’t care about the Lebanese and serves the interests of Syria and Iran. Most Lebanese i know supported Hezbollah against Israel, but those days are over, Israel is out of Lebanon. 

        1. PROPHET.T Avatar
          PROPHET.T

          Beirut,
          Although most  of the occupied territories have been  liberated, there  are still some  that  are  under  occupation. As for  gun  pointing, Israel has been  pointing its  big  guns at  Lebanon for the 60  some  years,and at a time when Lebanon  was weaponless. Israel has  used  those  guns  more than once when  we  were defend-less.
          As for  Syria,I  hope you  people  let  the  Syrians  figure out  what is  best  for themselves. Just  like  you  don’t  want  Syria to  be involved in  our  affairs, Lebanese  should  stay  out of the Syrian  mess. At the end, Syrian  people will  get  it right.
          This All-Of- A-Sudden  concern for  Syrian people  seems a  bit strange. None of  you people ever  expressed  this  kind  of  concern before  all of these  revolutions  started popping  up in the Arab world.None of you people showed any  concerns  when Syrian workers were being  lynched and attacked  for no other reason  but being  Syrian.

        2.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          what i see here is whenever the mentions of hizbollah’s arms happen a quick response from hizbollah supporters is oh but the lebanese army is weaka nd cannot defend the country…

          they really are blind to the fact that syria and lahoud has made sure the army is kept weak while the weapons and the training flowed to hizbollah.

          it is not acceptable anymore… 

      4.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        HA is more commited to the region than to Lebanon. In other words, it is commited to serve the interests of major players in the region, in Lebanon. In regards to liberating the south, and you obviously believe that this is the case, well that is done, so why are they still holding onto their weapons and pointing them at the greatest and most honorable President leaders son and stopping him from having his meeting??
        Surely there are still some occupied farms and must be liberated, why don’t HA liberate them now and get it over and done with. They were so powerful in liberating the WHOLE SOUTH, a couple of farms should be a walk in the park.
        Your words do fall on deaf ears as Prophet mentioned, and I could be one of these people, but if HA are allowed to keep their weapons because of some Lebanese farms, do not forget that all of Lebanon is still under occupation by syrian proxies. The majority of my words fall on deaf ears as well.
        Once again, I reiterate, the syrian regime is an enemy of Lebanon as much as the israeli regime. I do have a lot of hate for both as much as Prophet, Michael and yourself have for israel. Why am I wrong and you are right, should I bend over for the syrian regime to get your approval?

      5.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        israel does everything that is in its interest. it was in its interest to withdraw back then otherwise it would not have withdrawn.

        HA’s actions since 2005 in lebanon has proven that lebanon and the lebanese [all of them not just one sect] is the last thing it thinks about.

      6.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        israel does everything that is in its interest. it was in its interest to withdraw back then otherwise it would not have withdrawn.

        HA’s actions since 2005 in lebanon has proven that lebanon and the lebanese [all of them not just one sect] is the last thing it thinks about.

  3. george_shalhoub Avatar
    george_shalhoub

    Yes Hezbollah and M8 sends their thugs over to the Hotel to threaten them if they decided to hold the meeting. This is what Hezbollah being doing all along. this is how they won the election and ousted Hariri. If everything to them is thru the use of guns and intimidations, how are they going to improve the economy if they ever have a cabinet? Well when you have criminals ruling the streets of Lebanon, then economy will get worse. they did it to Hariri by 2006 war, 2008 Sit-in and everytime when things don’t go their way, they declare workers strike.. And they tell you that we should trust them in protecting Lebanon. Someday the anger is going to be so big that the other parties and sect are going to rip HA into pieces..

  4.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    Yes Hezbollah and M8 sends their thugs over to the Hotel to threaten them if they decided to hold the meeting. This is what Hezbollah being doing all along. this is how they won the election and ousted Hariri. If everything to them is thru the use of guns and intimidations, how are they going to improve the economy if they ever have a cabinet? Well when you have criminals ruling the streets of Lebanon, then economy will get worse. they did it to Hariri by 2006 war, 2008 Sit-in and everytime when things don’t go their way, they declare workers strike.. And they tell you that we should trust them in protecting Lebanon. Someday the anger is going to be so big that the other parties and sect are going to rip HA into pieces..

  5. libnan1 Avatar
    libnan1

     M14 leaders and supporters need to march to the Syrian borders. I like to see them go through the borders, to support the Syrian people not just try to yap in Beirut.

    Nadim Gemayel go take a nap.

    1. PROPHET.T Avatar
      PROPHET.T

       You are working overtime Mr.libnan1, you must  be making  up for my  absence,lol

    2. Beiruti Avatar
      Beiruti

      Atleast he condemned the inhumane crimes of Syria. Unlike your trash March 8 leaders. I dont see Nasrallah, Jumblatt, and Aoun marching to the Syrian borders, or even saying a word about the conflict. 

      1. antar2011 Avatar
        antar2011

        wallah Gold! 

    3. Guest Avatar

      I am sure that March 14 leaders and supporters would march towards Syria to support the brave Syrian people IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ARMED THUGS WHO WERE CREATED BY THE SYRIAN REGIME AND ITS IRANIAN SUPPORTERS.

      Don’t be fooled, those arms are not meant to deter Israel, but rather a mafia style gang of thugs to level the playing field for their own interests inside Lebanese territories and affairs of governance.  Oh yes, also to create a non-Arab super power to dominate Arabs in Middle East.

    4. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      lak 7atta yapping in beirut w ma khelsou…doidn’t you know according to SANA tayyar al mustaqbal is behind all this!

      no gemayel should not take a nap.

      perhaps the same thing hould have been said to the protests that supported the toppling of mubarak regime and bahraini ones….

      no, he should not take a nap.. nor should anyone with an ounce of human sense shoudl be silent over the atrocities that’s happening in syria…for God’s sake they are mass murdering pple and burning them so that they won’t be collected by their families to be buried…

      only barbaric pple would do that…and we all know how barbaric syrian regime is.

      so saying no to these monster’s actions is nothing like putting the nose in their internal affairs.

      things should not be confused. 

  6. libnan1 Avatar
    libnan1

     M14 leaders and supporters need to march to the Syrian borders. I like to see them go through the borders, to support the Syrian people not just try to yap in Beirut.

    Nadim Gemayel go take a nap.

  7.  Avatar
    Anonymous

     M14 leaders and supporters need to march to the Syrian borders. I like to see them go through the borders, to support the Syrian people not just try to yap in Beirut.

    Nadim Gemayel go take a nap.

    1. PROPHET.T Avatar
      PROPHET.T

       You are working overtime Mr.libnan1, you must  be making  up for my  absence,lol

    2.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Atleast he condemned the inhumane crimes of Syria. Unlike your trash March 8 leaders. I dont see Nasrallah, Jumblatt, and Aoun marching to the Syrian borders, or even saying a word about the conflict. 

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        wallah Gold! 

    3. I am sure that March 14 leaders and supporters would march towards Syria to support the brave Syrian people IN THE ABSENCE OF THE ARMED THUGS WHO WERE CREATED BY THE SYRIAN REGIME AND ITS IRANIAN SUPPORTERS.

      Don’t be fooled, those arms are not meant to deter Israel, but rather a mafia style gang of thugs to level the playing field for their own interests inside Lebanese territories and affairs of governance.  Oh yes, also to create a non-Arab super power to dominate Arabs in Middle East.

    4.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      lak 7atta yapping in beirut w ma khelsou…doidn’t you know according to SANA tayyar al mustaqbal is behind all this!

      no gemayel should not take a nap.

      perhaps the same thing hould have been said to the protests that supported the toppling of mubarak regime and bahraini ones….

      no, he should not take a nap.. nor should anyone with an ounce of human sense shoudl be silent over the atrocities that’s happening in syria…for God’s sake they are mass murdering pple and burning them so that they won’t be collected by their families to be buried…

      only barbaric pple would do that…and we all know how barbaric syrian regime is.

      so saying no to these monster’s actions is nothing like putting the nose in their internal affairs.

      things should not be confused. 

    5.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      lak 7atta yapping in beirut w ma khelsou…doidn’t you know according to SANA tayyar al mustaqbal is behind all this!

      no gemayel should not take a nap.

      perhaps the same thing hould have been said to the protests that supported the toppling of mubarak regime and bahraini ones….

      no, he should not take a nap.. nor should anyone with an ounce of human sense shoudl be silent over the atrocities that’s happening in syria…for God’s sake they are mass murdering pple and burning them so that they won’t be collected by their families to be buried…

      only barbaric pple would do that…and we all know how barbaric syrian regime is.

      so saying no to these monster’s actions is nothing like putting the nose in their internal affairs.

      things should not be confused. 

  8. PROPHET.T Avatar
    PROPHET.T

    Some education and little  learning can  be  dangerous to some people, but a  lot of ignorance can  be  as bad if not  worse, Mr. Gemayel.It is not your sincerity I’m doubting, but rather Your Wisdom and intentions.
    Before you take  care of Syrian people, please take care of your own.
     I ‘ll stop  before I confuse you.

    1. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      he really wanted to take care of his own pple….but the pple you support did not let him…
       

      1. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        antar,
        How so?
        Never assume anything unless you can  proof it.
         Why do  you assume I support anyone?What  do  yo know about  me which I don’t?lol

      2. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        antar2011,
        Take  care  of  his  people? How  so? Who are his  people? And who  are  my  people?Do we  have  different  peoples in a country  of  less than  5  millions?

        1. antar2011 Avatar
          antar2011

          if i have erred in assuming you are hizb supporter then forgive me. i am sorry bro.
          no we should not have diff. pple but unfortunately the hizb does think so. 

    2. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      he really wanted to take care of his own pple….but the pple you support did not let him…
       

      1. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        antar2011,
        Take  care  of  his  people? How  so? Who are his  people? And who  are  my  people?Do we  have  different  peoples in a country  of  less than  5  millions?

        1. antar2011 Avatar
          antar2011

          if i have erred in assuming you are hizb supporter then forgive me. i am sorry bro.
          no we should not have diff. pple but unfortunately the hizb does think so. 

  9. PROPHET.T Avatar
    PROPHET.T

     Some education and little  learning can  be  dangerous to some people, but a  lot of ignorance can  be  as bad if not  worse, Mr. Gemayel.It is not your sincerity I’m doubting, but Your  Wisdom and intention.
    Before you take  care of Syrian people, please take care of your own.
     I ‘ll stop  before I confuse you.

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      he really wanted to take care of his own pple….but the pple you support did not let him…
       

      1. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        antar,
        How so?
        Never assume anything unless you can  proof it.
         Why do  you assume I support anyone?What  do  yo know about  me which I don’t?lol

      2. PROPHET.T Avatar
        PROPHET.T

        antar2011,
        Take  care  of  his  people? How  so? Who are his  people? And who  are  my  people?And what  makes  you think I  support anyone?Do we  have  different  people in a country  of  less than  5  millions?You are making  too many  assumptions that can’t  be supported?

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          Anonymous

          if i have erred in assuming you are hizb supporter then forgive me. i am sorry bro.
          no we should not have diff. pple but unfortunately the hizb does think so. 

  10. PROPHET.T Avatar
    PROPHET.T

     Some education and little  learning can  be  dangerous to some people, but a  lot of ignorance can  be  as bad if not  worse, Mr. Gemayel.It is not your sincerity I’m doubting, but Your  Wisdom and intention.
    Before you take  care of Syrian people, please take care of your own.
     I ‘ll stop  before I confuse you.

  11. lebnaneh Avatar
    lebnaneh

    stop fooling urself for god sake hazballah can;t do hek all to the israels but he could wipes beirut out and he did prove it ,so any group of the lebanese if you give them arms they could do the same hizballah is nothing but a bounch of drugs and asshole who rather be faithfull for all country but lebanon there turn will come up don;t u worry about it we didn;t learn anything from 35 years of war ,war only destroy and pull country back 100 years nasrallah is a junke and soon they will turn him to a big monkey 

  12. lebnaneh Avatar
    lebnaneh

    stop fooling urself for god sake hazballah can;t do hek all to the israels but he could wipes beirut out and he did prove it ,so any group of the lebanese if you give them arms they could do the same hizballah is nothing but a bounch of drugs and asshole who rather be faithfull for all country but lebanon there turn will come up don;t u worry about it we didn;t learn anything from 35 years of war ,war only destroy and pull country back 100 years nasrallah is a junke and soon they will turn him to a big monkey 

  13. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    Big mistake for Nadim to say: “what is happening in Syria is unacceptable”!!! Actually what is happening in Lebanon should be of interest for us, and indeed what is happening in Lebanon is unacceptable: To Have armed thugs threaten the Management of the Bristol to cancel a meeting which was peaceful and democratic of some Syrians who want to express their concerns for what is happening in their country and their opposition to their regime. This shows how much Syria is still occupying Lebanon by proxy thru its local agents and puppets. However, no Lebanese should side with any party in Syria and everyone should follow the wishes and advice of ex-prime minister Saniora who said: “We wish the Syrians whatever they wish for themselves”, period.  

    1. Guest Avatar

      I don’t think that the reference regarding the situation in Syria being “unacceptable” in Nadim’s speech was related to the demonstrations by the brave people in Syria.  It appears that Nadime supports the pro-Syrian demonstrators as opposed to how the Syrian government is reacting to the demonstrations and interfering with Lebanese affairs.

      Having said that I agree with you regarding the armed thugs in Lebanon.

    2. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      and they are callign for the toppling of the regime…so we wish the same thing to. 🙂 

  14. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    Big mistake for Nadim to say: “what is happening in Syria is unacceptable”!!! Actually what is happening in Lebanon should be of interest for us, and indeed what is happening in Lebanon is unacceptable: To Have armed thugs threaten the Management of the Bristol to cancel a meeting which was peaceful and democratic of some Syrians who want to express their concerns for what is happening in their country and their opposition to their regime. This shows how much Syria is still occupying Lebanon by proxy thru its local agents and puppets. However, no Lebanese should side with any party in Syria and everyone should follow the wishes and advice of ex-prime minister Saniora who said: “We wish the Syrians whatever they wish for themselves”, period.  

    1. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      and they are callign for the toppling of the regime…so we wish the same thing to. 🙂 

  15.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    Big mistake for Nadim to say: “what is happening in Syria is unacceptable”!!! Actually what is happening in Lebanon should be of interest for us, and indeed what is happening in Lebanon is unacceptable: To Have armed thugs threaten the Management of the Bristol to cancel a meeting which was peaceful and democratic of some Syrians who want to express their concerns for what is happening in their country and their opposition to their regime. This shows how much Syria is still occupying Lebanon by proxy thru its local agents and puppets. However, no Lebanese should side with any party in Syria and everyone should follow the wishes and advice of ex-prime minister Saniora who said: “We wish the Syrians whatever they wish for themselves”, period.  

    1. I don’t think that the reference regarding the situation in Syria being “unacceptable” in Nadim’s speech was related to the demonstrations by the brave people in Syria.  It appears that Nadime supports the pro-Syrian demonstrators as opposed to how the Syrian government is reacting to the demonstrations.

      Having said that I agree with you regarding the armed thugs in Lebanon.

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      Anonymous

      and they are callign for the toppling of the regime…so we wish the same thing to. 🙂 

    3.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      and they are callign for the toppling of the regime…so we wish the same thing to. 🙂 

  16. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    His statement about Syria shows his inexperience, hopefully the Syrians will not try to eliminate him like they eliminated others.

  17. Constantin7 Avatar
    Constantin7

    His statement about Syria shows his inexperience, hopefully the Syrians will not try to eliminate him like they eliminated others.

  18.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    His statement about Syria shows his inexperience, hopefully the Syrians will not try to eliminate him like they eliminated others.

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