Geagea predicts the fall of Assad regime in 2012

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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea predicted on Saturday the collapse of President Bashar Assad’s regime in 2012 and the start of building the Lebanese state

During a gathering of his party’s general committee in Meerab he said :

“Following the fall of the Syrian regime, we will enter a well defined political process of building relations between Lebanon and Syria as two independent and sovereign states and end Syrian interference in this country.”

“The year 2012 will witness the fall of the Syrian regime. This will have a significant impact on Lebanon’s situation and will result in a new balance of power formula ,” Geagea added

He also said that the fate of the Lebanese prisoners in Syrian jails will be revealed once the Syrian regime is overthrown.

Geagea condemned the killing of the three Lebanese nationals by Syrian gunfire in the region of Wadi Khaled last week, lamenting the Lebanese government’s lack of position on the matter.

“This government has nothing to do with anything and it has nothing to do with Lebanon,” he said

“It should have very clearly condemned the incident, launched investigations, and demanded immediate clarifications from the Syrian government,” he stressed

Commenting on allegations that al-Qaeda members had infiltrated Lebanon, he said: “This is the first time that ministers are determined to tarnish the image of their country.”

“Are they making such statements so that we go and combat the extremists? This is their job,” he stressed

Measures should be taken against the ministers who made the allegations, he stressed

Last week, Lebanon’s Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn warned of the presence of Al-Qaeda cells in Arsal, near the Syrian border.

Ghosn who is reportedly closely associated with the Iranian and Syrian backed Hezbollah and MP Michel Aoun informed the Lebanese cabinet last Thursday that al-Qaeda members had infiltrated the Bekaa town of Arsal.

President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has blamed Friday’s twin suicide bombing on “terrorist organizations,” including Al-Qaeda, and quoted Lebanese officials as warning Syria that Al-Qaeda members infiltrated into Syria from the town of Arsal.

On saturday Interior Minister Marwan Charbel reiterated that “there is no organization called Al-Qaeda in Lebanon.” However, he added that there “are people who have been sympathizing with the organization since 2003 following the US occupation of Iraq and after the establishment of fundamentalist movements in Afghanistan and Yemen where Al-Qaeda is present.”

“Al-Qaeda is not present in Lebanon; otherwise the security forces would have uncovered its members ,” Charbel told MTV on Saturday

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144 responses to “Geagea predicts the fall of Assad regime in 2012”

  1. Syria will fall in 2012, as will the Hezbollah led gov of Lebanon as well. When my country hits Iran in a couple months , we are going to make sure the mullahs are removed from power, Syria will end up smashed by the Saudis and the Turks, and you will then have your chance to get rid of your occupiers.

  2. Syria will fall in 2012, as will the Hezbollah led gov of Lebanon as well. When my country hits Iran in a couple months , we are going to make sure the mullahs are removed from power, Syria will end up smashed by the Saudis and the Turks, and you will then have your chance to get rid of your occupiers.

  3. Sebouh80 Avatar

    Well I didn’t know Samir Geagea was an expert in Psychic reading. Wow I’m really impressed with his gifted powers.

    Nice job Samir.

    1. prophettt Avatar
      prophettt

      Sebouh, Happy and healthy New Year.
      It is no secret that many politicians relay on  “Psychic readers”,and fortune tellers  in their decisions.
      Geagea, so badly, wants to be seen as the next prophet who came out of Bchiri. Gibran(bless his soul) would not want any thing to do with this guy.

      1. Sebouh80 Avatar

        Likewise Prophettt. Hope this year would be a good one for you.

        Speaking of Psychic readers, People in Lebanon every New Year’s eve they wait impatiently to watch the likes of Michel Hayek and Maguy Farah as to find out what they have in store for them in the coming new year. Michel Hayek for Predictions and Maguy Farah for Horoscopes.

        Prophettt, these people are smart they are able to attract the simple minded Lebanese into their own world of psychic reading. This only proves how desperate the Lebanese people have become. 

        What a bunch of bankrupt people we have become.

        Take care

  4. Syria will fall in 2012, as will the Hezbollah led gov of Lebanon as well. When my country hits Iran in a couple months , we are going to make sure the mullahs are removed from power, Syria will end up smashed by the Saudis and the Turks, and you will then have your chance to get rid of your occupiers.

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    Anonymous

    Well I didn’t know Samir Geagea was an expert in Psychic reading. Wow I’m really impressed with his gifted powers.

    Nice job Samir.

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      Anonymous

      Sebouh, Happy and healthy New Year.
      It is no secret that many politicians relay on  “Psychic readers”,and fortune tellers  in their decisions.

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        Anonymous

        Likewise Prophettt. Hope this year would be a good one for you.

        Speaking of Psychic readers, People in Lebanon every New Year’s eve they wait impatiently to watch the likes of Michel Hayek and Maguy Farah as to find out what they have in store for them in the coming new year. Michel Hayek for Predictions and Maguy Farah for Horoscopes.

        Prophettt, these people are smart they are able to attract the simple minded Lebanese into their own world of psychic reading. This only proves how desperate the Lebanese people have become. 

        What a bunch of bankrupt people we have become.

        Take care

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        Anonymous

        “Fadi, I would have liked to start the New Year with good wishes for you and your loved ones.
        There is no reason to be so defensive and reactionary .”

        Ok, so lets smile in each others face and say Happy New Year then…lets just make belief we’re civil…get real man, we’re done turning our cheeks to those who openly support the terrorist foreign agents who assassinated so many Lebanese…Lebanon will not be Irak or Iran or Syria or whatever slum you’re beloved HA is willing to turn it into if they dont get their Iranian way…the sooner you realize this the sooner you can begin to cleanse your mind…God will Bless Lebanon and its Patriots!

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        Anonymous

        please do yourself a favour and do not speak on behalf of anyone…what do you know about what Gibran would want lol…please bro, the region is known for creating men of honor and integrity, men loyal to their country and heritage, men of their words….not too many places in Lebanon can say this any longer as the foreign infiltration is so deep all over…

  6. prophettt Avatar
    prophettt

    An Advice for Geagea,who wants to be a prophet; A quote by George Savile ;”The best qualification of a prophet is to have a good memory”,and remember his own past. 
    We would have believed your newly discovered ” talent” if you had predicted this a year ago,but not now,when half the world is making this prediction.

    1. settle down clown,  you wish you were worth the shit on his shoe…cowardly foreign agents squatting on our land will all be eventually flushed out…from the STL conviction lead up to the naming of the killers to all the obvious crimes committed by HA we were RIGHT! prophecies ya ahbal?!? its OBVIOUS too all but those who are guilty and support the guilty.

      1. prophettt Avatar
        prophettt

        Fadi, I read this reply after I had replied to you above, I won’t repeat myself.I just wish you love yourself as much as you love your leaders. Fortunately for me, I have no leader I can love,and if I did I would NOT worship him like you do. 
        As for the insults , accusations and assumptions you have made ; I ‘d only say that I will forgive you and still wish you well.
        I do see  enough  anger and hatred  ,for  which  a cure can be found.Good luck.You do remind me of  a Fadi,whom I met in college here in the states. He was a nice guy despite of the damage which the civil war has done to him.
        Good luck and happy New Year.

        1. I love my country more than any leader, and I fully support those leaders who fully support a free Lebanon. free of Syrian terrorism, free of Iranian terrorism and free of ANY armed fundamentalist organization…your silence in calling out those who have committed horrendous crimes against Lebanon speaks loudly about where your loyalties lie…

      2. prophettt Avatar
        prophettt

        Fadi, You have no idea what I know about Gibran. I would only say that If you knew little of what Gibran  told us, you would be much happier , less angry.more tolerant,less assuming,more respectful,less arrogant, more humble,and less self righteous and judgmental.
        It  is a common problem among most Lebanese,that they all think they know the whole truth,and that makes them unable to see and understand those who may disagree with them.I have no obligation to prove to you my love and loyalty to Lebanon,and  have no desire to convince you of anything since you are stuck in your own world.Again, you are entitled to be whatever you want,but remember life is way too short to waste it loving and worshiping  so called leaders.No matter what you think or say, I will still consider you a fellow Lebanese whom I would defend,and hope that you do the same. 
        Good night,and best of luck.

        1. what are you rambling on about man??? more pretend civil nonsense? let me ask you then, who is behind the assasinations and terrrorist attacks that have plagued Lebanon? Did Pierre not die? how about Hariri?  how about Tueni? are these people made up? what about Captain Eido? were they not victims of cowardly terrorist attacks? do you NOT care at all about who or why they were killed? or let me guess, lets all be civil and let by gones be by gones, right? or perhapes it was the zionist boogie man that has been killing everyone in Lebanon right? please show some degree of objectiveness when answering these questions, if not for me than at least for yourself…

      3. LEBANON101 Avatar
        LEBANON101

        i predict that prophett and the other hizballah/ iranian/ sabiha thugs that post on here are clowns. oh well look at that my prediction is right.

      4. prophettt Avatar
        prophettt

        Fadi,
        All your comments are simply, deviation from the original comments ,which I made about Geagea’s predictions, prophecies, psychic readings, and his entire history of failure.No one questioned the fact that all of these people were victims of terrorist and criminal attacks. No one said they should have been murdered,and no one said that you know who killed them. THIS WAS NOT THE SUBJECT. Your sensitivity to any criticism to your leader seems to be the problem.,and it is a common problem with most Lebanese.I thank God that I don’t have a beloved leader,just in case I have your problem.
        You insist on labeling me as a supporter of terrorist,no matter what I say.You ,give yourself the right to judge people based on either predictions or prophecies.I know it is easier to attack than to defend or justify.Just because I disagree with you, I won’t label you.
        You have no clue as to what I think about the Syrian regime or the murders that happened  during the last six years.You have  entrapped yourself in a civil war mentality ,which is a result to your experiences during the horrible years of the civil war,and you need to lighten up,and get yourself out of this prison.
        I have family members who were murdered by the Syrians as well as Israelis ,and local Lebanese criminal warlords,AND I have learned that hatred and revenge is a sickness instead of a solution.
        Non of that justifies  agreeing with Gegea’s prophecies or his ability to predict the obvious. My point was that He speaks out of his ears,and predicts what an average 10 year old  can predict. Half the world can see that the Syrian regime is falling,and this guy hold a press conference to announce his prediction . You, obviously , missed the joke.
        Over 200 thousand Lebanese people were murdered by the civil war warlords like Geagea,Jumblat,Berri ,Bachir  and others. So please, your selective memory does not  serve you well here.You might think of some of these leaders as your God, I think they are all war criminals and should be hanged. Let ‘s not open old wounds of the eighties and nineties,and let’s not open the wounds of the Israeli invasion and those who supported it.
        It is time for everyone to learn from  history,and move on .At the end of day, Lebanese have to live together,and no one can eliminate the other.
        Again,Fadi, Enough with this nonsense discussion,I’m moving on because readers have had enough of this , on the first day of a new year,lighten up body,and learn to take a joke.

        1. Sebouh80 Avatar

          Bravo Prophettt.

          By the way Prohettt did you happen to have the time to check on the books that I recommended last week before the holidays.

    2. prophettt Avatar
      prophettt

      Sebouh,
      I have been tight up with issues,and have yet to check them out. I did order one of them online(at a discounted price,lol). I hate to admit that ,nowadays , I read more online than actual books.My book shelf has no room either.

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        I think my floor still has some space … hehehe
        Age of grandchildren. The book-shelf is for children’s fairy tales – often more prophetic.
        History is on the floor.

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    Anonymous

    An Advice for Geagea,who wants to be a prophet; A quote by George Savile ;”The best qualification of a prophet is to have a good memory”,and remember his own past. 

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      Anonymous

      settle down clown,  you wish you were worth the shit on his shoe…cowardly foreign agents squatting on our land will all be eventually flushed out…from the STL conviction lead up to the naming of the killers to all the obvious crimes committed by HA we were RIGHT! prophecies ya ahbal?!? its OBVIOUS too all but those who are guilty and support the guilty.

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        Anonymous

        Fadi, I read this reply after I had replied to you above, I won’t repeat myself.I just wish you love yourself as much as you love your leaders. Fortunately for me, I have no leader I can love,and if I did I would worship him like you do. 
        As for the insults , accusations and assumptions you have made ; I ‘d only say that I will forgive you and still wish you well.
        I do see  enough  anger and hatred  ,for  which  a cure can be found.Good luck.You do remind me of  a Fadi,whom I met in college here in the states. He was a nice guy despite of the damage which the civil war has done to him.
        Good luck and happy New Year.

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          Anonymous

          I love my country more than any leader, and I fully support those leaders who fully support a free Lebanon. free of Syrian terrorism, free of Iranian terrorism and free of ANY armed fundamentalist organization…your silence in calling out those who have committed horrendous crimes against Lebanon speaks loudly about where your loyalties lie…

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        Anonymous

        Fadi, You have no idea what I know about Gibran. I would only say that If you knew little of what Gibran  told us, you would be much happier , less angry.more tolerant,less assuming,more respectful,less arrogant, more bumble,and less self righteous and judgmental.
        It  is a common problem among most Lebanese,that they all think they know the whole truth,and that makes them unable to see and understand those who may disagree with them.I have no obligation to prove to you my love and loyalty to Lebanon,and  have no desire to convince you of anything since you are stuck in your own world.Again, you are entitled to be whatever you want,but remember life is way too short to waste it loving and worshiping  so called leaders.No matter what you think or say, I will still consider you a fellow Lebanese whom I would defend,and hope that you do the same. 
        Good night,and best of luck.

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        Anonymous

        Fadi, You have no idea what I know about Gibran. I would only say that If you knew little of what Gibran  told us, you would be much happier , less angry.more tolerant,less assuming,more respectful,less arrogant, more bumble,and less self righteous and judgmental.
        It  is a common problem among most Lebanese,that they all think they know the whole truth,and that makes them unable to see and understand those who may disagree with them.I have no obligation to prove to you my love and loyalty to Lebanon,and  have no desire to convince you of anything since you are stuck in your own world.Again, you are entitled to be whatever you want,but remember life is way too short to waste it loving and worshiping  so called leaders.No matter what you think or say, I will still consider you a fellow Lebanese whom I would defend,and hope that you do the same. 
        Good night,and best of luck.

      4.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Fadi, You have no idea what I know about Gibran. I would only say that If you knew little of what Gibran  told us, you would be much happier , less angry.more tolerant,less assuming,more respectful,less arrogant, more bumble,and less self righteous and judgmental.
        It  is a common problem among most Lebanese,that they all think they know the whole truth,and that makes them unable to see and understand those who may disagree with them.I have no obligation to prove to you my love and loyalty to Lebanon,and  have no desire to convince you of anything since you are stuck in your own world.Again, you are entitled to be whatever you want,but remember life is way too short to waste it loving and worshiping  so called leaders.No matter what you think or say, I will still consider you a fellow Lebanese whom I would defend,and hope that you do the same. 
        Good night,and best of luck.

      5.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Fadi, You have no idea what I know about Gibran. I would only say that If you knew little of what Gibran  told us, you would be much happier , less angry.more tolerant,less assuming,more respectful,less arrogant, more bumble,and less self righteous and judgmental.
        It  is a common problem among most Lebanese,that they all think they know the whole truth,and that makes them unable to see and understand those who may disagree with them.I have no obligation to prove to you my love and loyalty to Lebanon,and  have no desire to convince you of anything since you are stuck in your own world.Again, you are entitled to be whatever you want,but remember life is way too short to waste it loving and worshiping  so called leaders.No matter what you think or say, I will still consider you a fellow Lebanese whom I would defend,and hope that you do the same. 
        Good night,and best of luck.

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          Anonymous

          what are you rambling on about man??? more pretend civil nonsense? let me ask you then, who is behind the assasinations and terrrorist attacks that have plagued Lebanon? Did Pierre not die? how about Hariri?  how about Tueni? are these people made up? what about Captain Eido? were they not victims of cowardly terrorist attacks? do you NOT care at all about who or why they were killed? or let me guess, lets all be civil and let by gones be by gones, right? or perhapes it was the zionist boogie man that has been killing everyone in Lebanon right? please show some degree of objectiveness when answering these questions, if not for me than at least for yourself…

      6.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        i predict that prophett and the other hizballah/ iranian/ sabiha thugs that post on here are clowns. oh well look at that my prediction is right.

      7.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Fadi,
        All your comments are simply, deviation from the original comments ,which I made about Geagea’s predictions, prophecies, psychic readings, and his entire history of failure.No one questioned the fact that all of these people were victims of terrorist and criminal attacks. No one said they should have been murdered,and no one said that you know who killed them. THIS WAS NOT THE SUBJECT. Your sensitivity to any criticism to your leader seems to be the problem.,and it is a common problem with most Lebanese.I thank God that I don’t have a beloved leader,just in case I have your problem.
        You insist on labeling me as a supporter of terrorist,no matter what I say.You ,give yourself the right to judge people based on either predictions or prophecies. You have no clue as to what I think about the Syrian regime or the murders that happened  during the last six years.You have  entrapped yourself in a civil war mentality ,which is a result to your experiences during the horrible years of the civil war,and you need to lighten up,and get yourself out of this prison.
        I have family members who were murdered by the Syrians as well as Israelis ,and local Lebanese criminal warlords.Non of that justifies  agreeing with Gegea’s prophecies or his ability to predict the obvious. My point was that He speaks out of his ears,and predicts what an average 10 year old  can predict. Half the world can see that the Syrian regime is falling,and this guy hold a press conference to announce his prediction . You, obviously , missed the joke.
        Over 200 thousand Lebanese people were murdered by the civil war warlords like Geagea,Jumblat,Berri ,Bachir  and others. So please, your selective memory does not  serve you well here.You might think of some of these leaders as your God, I think they are all war criminals and should be hanged. Let ‘s not open old wounds of the eighties and nineties,and let’s not open the wounds of the Israeli invasion and those who supported it.
        It is time for everyone to learn from  history,and move on .At the end of day, Lebanese have to live together,and no one can eliminate the other.

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        Anonymous

        Fadi,
        All your comments are simply, deviation from the original comments ,which I made about Geagea’s predictions, prophecies, psychic readings, and his entire history of failure.No one questioned the fact that all of these people were victims of terrorist and criminal attacks. No one said they should have been murdered,and no one said that you know who killed them. THIS WAS NOT THE SUBJECT. Your sensitivity to any criticism to your leader seems to be the problem.,and it is a common problem with most Lebanese.I thank God that I don’t have a beloved leader,just in case I have your problem.
        You insist on labeling me as a supporter of terrorist,no matter what I say.You ,give yourself the right to judge people based on either predictions or prophecies. You have no clue as to what I think about the Syrian regime or the murders that happened  during the last six years.You have  entrapped yourself in a civil war mentality ,which is a result to your experiences during the horrible years of the civil war,and you need to lighten up,and get yourself out of this prison.
        I have family members who were murdered by the Syrians as well as Israelis ,and local Lebanese criminal warlords.Non of that justifies  agreeing with Gegea’s prophecies or his ability to predict the obvious. My point was that He speaks out of his ears,and predicts what an average 10 year old  can predict. Half the world can see that the Syrian regime is falling,and this guy hold a press conference to announce his prediction . You, obviously , missed the joke.
        Over 200 thousand Lebanese people were murdered by the civil war warlords like Geagea,Jumblat,Berri ,Bachir  and others. So please, your selective memory does not  serve you well here.You might think of some of these leaders as your God, I think they are all war criminals and should be hanged. Let ‘s not open old wounds of the eighties and nineties,and let’s not open the wounds of the Israeli invasion and those who supported it.
        It is time for everyone to learn from  history,and move on .At the end of day, Lebanese have to live together,and no one can eliminate the other.

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          Anonymous

          Bravo Prophettt.

          By the way Prohettt did you happen to have the time to check on the books that I recommended last week before the holidays.

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          Anonymous

          ok well you seem to be stuck on bringing the civil war into this, and claim im carrying bagage from that era…..I never once mentioned the civil war, I defended Geagea’s stance relating to the issue in Syria THE OBVIOUS…I figured you wouldnt answer any questions I asked…Im not gonna re hatch the civil war, we have enough garbage to deal with currently in Lebanon…That is what im discussing (the shit that has happened lately without closure, and silence from our Lebanese ‘brothers’) But you and Libnan1 can continue to critize those who are brave enough to stand up in Lebanon and speak up against the regions most notorious bullies.. It seems it bothers you all that he can openly speak the truth while remaining in Lebanon (to the point you people are making joke prophecies of his death in the new year…) we are at a point of no return fella’s…Only one solution for Lebanon, all arms turned in to the central army, one govt representing the PEOPLE, one army, and justice for our martyrs, the crimes will not go unpunished. Anything less is unacceptable…God Bless Dr Geagea and God Bless Lebanon.

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      Anonymous

      settle down clown,  you wish you were worth the shit on his shoe…cowardly foreign agents squatting on our land will all be eventually flushed out…from the STL conviction lead up to the naming of the killers to all the obvious crimes committed by HA we were RIGHT! prophecies ya ahbal?!? its OBVIOUS too all but those who are guilty and support the guilty.

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      Anonymous

      Sebouh,
      I have been tight up with issues,and have yet to check them out. I did order one of them online(at a discounted price,lol). I hate to admit that ,nowadays , I read more online than actual books.My book shelf has no room either.

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        Anonymous

        I think my floor still has some space … hehehe
        Age of grandchildren. The book-shelf is for children’s fairy tales – often more prophetic.
        History is on the floor.

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      Anonymous

      stop living in the past….

      just stop.

      everyone of these politicians including HA had a very bad past [HA recent past]….
      if anyone going to be staying in the past then it’s useless.

      for heaven’s sake, if you haven’t got any criticism on his present just stop resorting to the past..

      i mean the man has already said sorry and he is moving on and standing with the right side for lebano’s sake! what more can he do? kiss M8 arses?! what for? they also have bad past…

      just stop man and criticise his present.

      this is exactly what lead us here…this 7iqd and hatred because of the past……we have our present to work through and more importantly our future for our children’s sake!

      el 3ama wlooo

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      Anonymous

      prophettt, i havent been on this site so often. Due to the same amount of stupid repetitive fights, for example the one right now between you and Fadi81. These fights keep on going back and forth and will never have an ending. Theres the people who are calm on this site like me and you, and theres the outraged ones who will never learn. But I always wondered prophettt, how come i only see you on the news articles that relate to “Geagea” “March 14”, yet your never commenting on the ones related to “Hezbollah” or the crisis in “Syria”. I dont know your past and history, may i assume that maybe some people in your family were killed by Geagea and thats why you seem to be commenting on every article that this man has. And maybe Hezbollah or Amal defended you all your life in Lebanon and thats why you seem to be very mild when commenting on their actions. Prophettt if you want to play the game of the past, we all know this is an ongoing circle, Geagea did blah blah blah, and then someones going to comment saying this and that, and in the end no one will learn anything. Because people have the ability to make the past from their perspective. So Geagea the man which looks like you despise a lot, can be another mans hero. Lets face it your never going to win and your never going to lose. Say we don’t look at these politicians past, we wiped all their history before 2005, can you honestly say Geagea is that bad of a man? The man apologized, i bet you cant name a few politicians who’ve done that. And lets face reality his interests are for Lebanon. Me personally im not to crazy about the guy, but i cant say since 2005 hes done anything wrong. Do what pleases you, but if you really dont like all parties as you say, please show that, and dont only comment and be mad and the March 14 side of the equation.

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        Anonymous

        agree totaly…I feel bad about my approach towards prophettt, im just sick and tired of appeasing those who have secret and hidden agendas for Lebanon…Its hard to take anyones word anymore, since 2005 Lebanon has had many issues that still have not been resolved. As long as these types of events continue to occur than the civil war hasnt really ended…being nice and civil watching Aoun and Nassie sit and chat it up and act like they are legitement politicians sickens me to the core…when its common knowledge that they (HA) are behind many crimes in Lebanon, we have to keep silent for the sake of civlity and peace but meanwhile crimes go unpunished and the innocent who dream of a truely free Lebanon continue to live the same dreaded nightmare…I still stand by my Country, and Im not afraid or ashamed to say i FULLY support dr Geagea in his mission to truely rid Lebanon of Syrian control…I have absolutely no shame in saying that men like Dr Geagea are true patriots and he has given up just as much if not more than any of us for Lebanon, he is LEBANESE and he is for Lebanon. Peace and all the best for Lebanon is this new year.

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        Anonymous

        Beiruti,
        First, I want to wish you a happy new year,second;I want to thank you for taking the time to comment on what you called “fight” between me and Fadi,and try to answer your questions.
        If you haven’t have noticed, I’m not here as often as I used to for the same reasons you are not,and because many people resort to insults instead of debates.
        I really don’t like fights,and if you follow the thread from the start, you would realize that I didn’t start it,and tried hard not to be  dragged into it.  I repeatedly  urged Fadi to be cool,and not to be aggressive ,yet He insisted on attacking and labeling me as a supporter of terrorist. I have no animosity toward Fadi,no matter what He says. He just missed the punch line of my joke and lashed out at me.lol
        I also echoed your views that Geagea,along with other warlords are human and they all made mistake.
        My criticism included all of those who championed the civil war,and I did name few others.
        As of their actions being of the past and we are supposed to forget them and move on, It is a reasonable request except for the fact that every time we watch news,and look at a news site, they(same people who we are supposed to forget) are out  there lecturing us about morality,independence, sovereignty,democracy,and freedom..and so on. I find that to be offensive and hypocritical.
        As of why Geagea gets the most of my  critical comments at this site? good and fair question. He is on this page much more often then Berri or jumblat(can’t criticize him much because he admits his flip flops,lol) or any other leader.You of all people should know how critical I have been of the others when  ever the opportunity comes. I will, however, take your criticism seriously and try to be fair and criticize the others more often.So these people can’t not erase our memory unless they all disappear from the political seen.
        I can’t say that Geagea is responsible for killing a member of my family personally, But I can only say that my family have suffered loses  by Israelis, Syrian, and other Lebanese militia from both sides.
        My views of Amal are not much different than other Lebanese militia at all,and they never defended anyone except their own corruption.
        As for HA, I do not have any thing in common with their ideology non what so ever,since I ‘m more of a secular Lebanese,who still respects those who chose to be religious without intruding on other.
        The only thing I give them credit for,and respect them for is their defense and liberation of territories which were occupied for 20 years. I happened to be born in that area,and If it was not for the resistance, I would never have been to go there.My support for resistance against Israeli aggression was as strong before the creation of HA. If Geagea becomes resistance against Israel, I ‘d be his first supporter.
        It is no secret that I ‘m not a fan of M14,and I say that with confidence. That does not make me a fan of M 8 either.
        I hope this answers your question. I know someone might reply that I don’t criticize syria or Ha. I’d refer them to my prophett profile which has been banned by yalibana.

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          Anonymous

          Very nice response prophettt, i still dont understand why they banned your account the PROPHET.T one it sucks for you because it currently has the second most likes on this website, im trailing right behind you 😉 Fair enough i agree Geagea gets posted more often than Jumblatt or Berri. I understand your respect for Hezbollah when they were the resistance, but i think it has been corrupted and they have abused their power. Speaking of Secularism, which you seem to be very supportive of, im just wondering what would be your ideal of a secular government, one like America? With religion and state separated and only 2 different parties (Conservative and Liberals). Because i believe if we have a secular system and there is only one “president” this will cause problems. For example if the President is Christian, most likely he will be criticized a lot of the Muslims. If the president is Muslim most likely hell be criticized by the Christians. So what do you think is a good way to approach secularism? Also i wish you and your family a Happy New Years, best luck and health.

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          Anonymous

          Beiruti,
          I hope you would take the lead soon. I never looked at this as a popularity contest, and I never knew about this rating until I was banned,and someone(believe it was libnan1) pointed it out to me ,but I can’t deny that I did appreciate the interest in what I had to say, and , with my luck, I didn’t  get to enjoy.lol 
          I was banned by yalibnan because I questioned their censorship practices openly after they started removing some of my comments,and eventually I was told through an email from the editor that “questioning the integrity” of the editor ,and being “disrespectful”  prompted the editor to ban me .
          To answer your question of my ideal secular government is not as easy as it sounds.I will give you some general ideas to be discussed and build on.
          Lebanon is not an ideal society in order to have  an American style secular government. It is a very diverse and complicated mix of religious,sectarian,and tribal society,and requires a unique form of secular government.
          Moving from a sectarian form of government to a secular one  has to be a long term project instead of  quick fix which would make things worse. I personally don’t mind  keeping the position of the president for Christians,since Lebanon is the only Arab country that has a christian president.
          To begin with, separate state from religion all together.Let religious leaders and their institutions do what they are supposed to do,which is guidance and taking care of the poor instead of building all of those costly churches and Mosques. Forbid media outlets which are  owned by religious institutions from discussing politics.
          Establish an electoral law which would build a national identity instead of 18 different identities. Let the people elect the president  instead of Washington or Damascus or Riad..I know some would say that the Muslims would elect the president instead of the Christians, but with time, politcal parties will be formed based on political views instead of each sect having its own parties.An elctoral law can ,with time create the political alliances which would be forged based on the issues instead of sectarian alliances. I know it would take time to reach that stage,but the alternative is more of what we have ,which has been nothing but failure. 
          National identity is the most important issue to work on. Unfortunately all,with no exception, political parties and sects have loyalty to other countries;from Iran to Saudi Arabia to France,USA and so on. This is a fact  all Lebanese have to admit.All the nonsense talk we hear from M8 and M14 about sovereignty and independence is a big lie ,which we should to believe,because Lebanese people ar in denial about everything in their lives. If there is one person who never had loyalty to other country it is Salim Al Hous.
          One of the points I tried to make to Fadi earlier is that with all of our grievances, We can’t let hatred ,Revenge,and racism  take the best of us because the result is obvious.Most Lebanese families  have lost some one to the civil wars ,and we have to come to term with that.

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          Anonymous

          Prophettt, civil war healing takes time. Spain and America are excellent examples. Prophettt give it times in 200 years the civil war will sound like a joke. The future generations are already starting to care a lot less, for example my son doesn’t give a crap he actually laughs at me when im on this site or watching the news. Time kills everything. I would love to see a secular state, i also want a state in the future were the Christians will always live with their heads held high. Every other middle eastern country the Christians have no rights. It will take a long time prophettt 😉

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          Anonymous

          Prophettt, civil war healing takes time. Spain and America are excellent examples. Prophettt give it times in 200 years the civil war will sound like a joke. The future generations are already starting to care a lot less, for example my son doesn’t give a crap he actually laughs at me when im on this site or watching the news. Time kills everything. I would love to see a secular state, i also want a state in the future were the Christians will always live with their heads held high. Every other middle eastern country the Christians have no rights. It will take a long time prophettt 😉

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          Anonymous

          Beiruti, Funny you say that your son laughs when you are on this site, my seven year old girl, laughs and says ” dad is  playing his yalibnan game again”lol.And non of my kids speak Arabic.
          You are right that civil wars take time to heal, but the US and Spain had the leadership, reforms,and laws(enforced on everyone equally) which led the healing process and the transformation of  their societies, We have non of that.
          Just an example of what law and order does; You and I  fasten our seat belts when we drive because we know there are consequences  for not doing so. You and I learn to tolerate other people from different races and cultures because  we live in a society that respects the different cultures it has,and there are laws which would enforce any prejudice,at least in principle.

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          Anonymous

          Beiruti, Funny you say that your son laughs when you are on this site, my seven year old girl, laughs and says ” dad is  playing his yalibnan game again”lol.And non of my kids speak Arabic.
          You are right that civil wars take time to heal, but the US and Spain had the leadership, reforms,and laws(enforced on everyone equally) which led the healing process and the transformation of  their societies, We have non of that.
          Just an example of what law and order does; You and I  fasten our seat belts when we drive because we know there are consequences  for not doing so. You and I learn to tolerate other people from different races and cultures because  we live in a society that respects the different cultures it has,and there are laws which would enforce any prejudice,at least in principle.

  8. libnan1 Avatar

    I predict that one politician will die next year, not “the great”. HAPPY NEW YEAR

    1. prophettt Avatar
      prophettt

      Happy New Year ,My Shouf Friend.And I predict that Geagea will continue showering us with his “prophecies”.lol.He really thinks of himself as the modern day Gibran.

      1. prophecies? you mean stating the obvious lol…only the cowards that appease the armed terrorists can mock those who speak the truth…We will see the obvious in 2012, the cedar revolution is not dead and the patriots are stronger than ever, we are on the side of good and as always we will prevail for Lebanon.

        1. prophettt Avatar
          prophettt

          Fadi, I would have liked to start the New Year with good wishes for you and your loved ones.
          There is no reason to be so defensive and reactionary .
          There is no reason for anyone to idealize and worship leaders,or any leader in particular ,especially when the majority of our  so called leaders and politicians are ex-warlords  who have plenty of blood on their hands.They are all humans who have made mistakes,and Lebanese should stop worshiping them,and I mean all of them.
          No one said your cedar revolution has died,and no one accused you of being on the right side or wrong side  either. 
          Chill out my friend,and let us start a new year with some good wishes regardless of the differences in our views.We should be able to debate each other with respect ,otherwise all of what you preach about freedom and democracy sounds as a joke. Be the good example of what you preach so that we can find ways of convincing each other, and learning to accept and tolerate each other.

      2. prophecies? you mean stating the obvious lol…only the cowards that appease the armed terrorists can mock those who speak the truth…We will see the obvious in 2012, the cedar revolution is not dead and the patriots are stronger than ever, we are on the side of good and as always we will prevail for Lebanon.

        1. prophettt Avatar
          prophettt

          Fadi, I would have liked to start the New Year with good wishes for you and your loved ones.
          There is no reason to be so defensive and reactionary .
          There is no reason for anyone to idealize and worship leaders,or any leader in particular ,especially when the majority of our  so called leaders and politicians are ex-warlords  who have plenty of blood on their hands.They are all humans who have made mistakes,and Lebanese should stop worshiping them,and I mean all of them.
          No one said your cedar revolution has died,and no one accused you of being on the right side or wrong side  either. 
          Chill out my friend,and let us start a new year with some good wishes regardless of the differences in our views.We should be able to debate each other with respect ,otherwise all of what you preach about freedom and democracy sounds as a joke. Be the good example of what you preach so that we can find ways of convincing each other, and learning to accept and tolerate each other.

      3. libnan1 Avatar

        Happy New Year prophett, I wish our beloved Lebanon from Jinob to Shmal passing through the Shouf a peaceful year. Mr Geagea had many previous predictions and non materialized, oh well I guess everyone is entitled to his own predictions. I used to read palms in my single days, I told the girls the obvious and they believed me. 
        I just took the Christmas tree down and “The Great” picture is back in full view.   

        1. kamille1 Avatar

          he did make a good and an important prediction..he predicted that aoun will never become president.

      4. libnan1 Avatar

        Happy New Year prophett, I wish our beloved Lebanon from Jinob to Shmal passing through the Shouf a peaceful year. Mr Geagea had many previous predictions and non materialized, oh well I guess everyone is entitled to his own predictions. I used to read palms in my single days, I told the girls the obvious and they believed me. 
        I just took the Christmas tree down and “The Great” picture is back in full view.   

        1. kamille1 Avatar

          he did make a good and an important prediction..he predicted that aoun will never become president.

    2. keep dreaming…his common sense approach and stating the obvious is really pissing you terrorist sympathizers off huh? How will this politician die? by another terrorist cowardly attack?

      1. libnan1 Avatar

        Fadi, why are you so defensive? I did not mean any harm to anyone. I never sympathize with terrorists, we only support free and strong Lebanon. Our history speaks for itself, God knows we tried. Happy New Year.

        1. you’re a clown. you’re beloved AOUN is a clown. your’e gilrfriend prophettt and her dady Nassie are clowns…did I miss anyone? oh ya and your boss in Syria is a clown…you openly support those who are OPENLY destroying our Nation, siding with the scum of Earth while dick riding in a western life style….you want a Happy New Year bro, go give your head a shake…

        2. you’re a clown. you’re beloved AOUN is a clown. your’e gilrfriend prophettt and her dady Nassie are clowns…did I miss anyone? oh ya and your boss in Syria is a clown…you openly support those who are OPENLY destroying our Nation, siding with the scum of Earth while dick riding in a western life style….you want a Happy New Year bro, go give your head a shake…

        3. “I predict that one politician will die next year, not “the great”.”

          ofcourse you meant no harm by joking around about more political assassinations…I know what you meant, and you can retract your statement and play possum…but we know how you spineless weasels operate…oh, and “the great”??? talk about LOVING leaders more than yourself and your country…maybe prophetttfeh should direct his words of wisdom towards his little minion libnan1…

        4. “I predict that one politician will die next year, not “the great”.”

          ofcourse you meant no harm by joking around about more political assassinations…I know what you meant, and you can retract your statement and play possum…but we know how you spineless weasels operate…oh, and “the great”??? talk about LOVING leaders more than yourself and your country…maybe prophetttfeh should direct his words of wisdom towards his little minion libnan1…

    3. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      Aoun will be the first one to go because he is the weakest link… someone that has become unimportant even in his own homeground.

      but i have to admit, only a week ago he was smoothed by HA in reply to Mikati…he may have other chances like this …you ever know!

    4. antar2011 Avatar
      antar2011

      Aoun will be the first one to go because he is the weakest link… someone that has become unimportant even in his own homeground.

      but i have to admit, only a week ago he was smoothed by HA in reply to Mikati…he may have other chances like this …you ever know!

  9.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    I predict that one politician will die next year, not “the great”. HAPPY NEW YEAR

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Happy New Year ,My Shouf Friend.And I predict that Geagea will continue showering us with his “prophecies”.lol.He really thinks of himself as the modern day Gibran.

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        prophecies? you mean stating the obvious lol…only the cowards that appease the armed terrorists can mock those who speak the truth…We will see the obvious in 2012, the cedar revolution is not dead and the patriots are stronger than ever, we are on the side of good and as always we will prevail for Lebanon.

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          Fadi, I would have liked to start the New Year with good wishes for you and your loved ones.
          There is no reason to be so defensive and reactionary .
          There is no reason for anyone to idealize and worship leaders,or any leader in particular ,especially when the majority of our  so called leaders and politicians are ex-warlords  who have plenty of blood on their hands.They are all humans who have made mistakes,and Lebanese should stop worshiping them,and I mean all of them.
          No one said your cedar revolution has died,and no one accused you of being on the right side or wrong side  either. 
          Chill out my friend,and let us start a new year with some good wishes regardless of our political differences.We should be able to debate each other with respect ,otherwise all of what you preach about freedom and democracy sounds as a joke. Be the good example of what you preach so that we can find ways of convincing each other, and learning to accept and tolerate each other.

      2.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Happy New Year prophett, I wish our beloved Lebanon from Jinob to Shmal passing through the Shouf a peaceful year. Mr Geagea had many previous predictions and non materialized, oh well I guess everyone is entitled to his own predictions. I used to read palms in my single days, I told the girls the obvious and they believed me. 
        I just took the Christmas tree down and “The Great” picture is back in full view.   

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          he did make a good and an important prediction..he predicted that aoun will never become president.

      3.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Happy New Year prophett, I wish our beloved Lebanon from Jinob to Shmal passing through the Shouf a peaceful year. Mr Geagea had many previous predictions and non materialized, oh well I guess everyone is entitled to his own predictions. I used to read palms in my single days, I told the girls the obvious and they believed me. 
        I just took the Christmas tree down and “The Great” picture is back in full view.   

    2.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      keep dreaming…his common sense approach and stating the obvious is really pissing you terrorist sympathizers off huh? How will this politician die? by another terrorist cowardly attack?

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Fadi, why are you so defensive? I did not mean any harm to anyone. I never sympathize with terrorists, we only support free and strong Lebanon. Our history speaks for itself, God knows we tried. Happy New Year.

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          you’re a clown. you’re beloved AOUN is a clown. your’e gilrfriend prophettt and her dady Nassie are clowns…did I miss anyone? oh ya and your boss in Syria is a clown…you openly support those who are OPENLY destroying our Nation, siding with the scum of Earth while dick riding in a western life style….you want a Happy New Year bro, go give your head a shake…

        2.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          “I predict that one politician will die next year, not “the great”.”

          ofcourse you meant no harm by joking around about more political assassinations…I know what you meant, and you can retract your statement and play possum…but we know how you spineless weasels operate…oh, and “the great”??? talk about LOVING leaders more than yourself and your country…maybe prophetttfeh should direct his words of wisdom towards his little minion libnan1…

    3.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Aoun will be the first one to go because he is the weakest link… someone that has become unimportant even in his own homeground.

      but i have to admit, only a week ago he was smoothed by HA in reply to Mikati…he may have other chances like this …you ever know!

  10. Crossed Avatar

    He got these predictions from a $2 8-ball from the local store.

    1. wow….very creative for a mongrel, how long did it take you to come up with that one?

      1. Crossed Avatar

        Probably shorter than the amount of time it takes for you to learn proper manners.

      2. Crossed Avatar

        Probably shorter than the amount of time it takes for you to learn proper manners.

  11. Crossed Avatar

    He got these predictions from a $2 8-ball from the local store.

  12.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    He got these predictions from a $2 8-ball from the local store.

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      wow….very creative for a mongrel, how long did it take you to come up with that one?

      1.  Avatar
        Anonymous

        Probably shorter than the amount of time it takes for you to learn proper manners.

  13. It does not take rocket scientist to predict what’s going to happen in Syria next, but the million $ question is how Lebanese leaders going to take advantage after the fall of Regime to make Lebanon whole again . No vengeance, no retribution but olive branches to all leaders, to get together and sit down by the invitation of the President to course a map as to where we will take Lebanon from here on.We followed this country and that country only to make Lebanon miserable and poor. What Lebanon needs , security , job opportunities , water electricity, education, no more war drums, no more God huggers,  lets get on with the welfare of Lebanese, no bad bickering. Do you think some Leaders with balls can do this?

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Have you seen what they plow into the olive orchards ??

  14.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    It does not take rocket scientist to predict what’s going to happen in Syria next, but the million $ question is how Lebanese leaders going to take advantage after the fall of Regime to make Lebanon whole again . No vengeance, no retribution but olive branches to all leaders, to get together and sit down by the invitation of the President to course a map as to where we will take Lebanon from here on.We followed this country and that country only to make Lebanon miserable and poor. What Lebanon needs , security , job opportunities , water electricity, education, no more war drums, no more God huggers,  lets get on with the welfare of Lebanese, no bad bickering. Do you think some Leaders with balls can do this?

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      Have you seen what they plow into the olive orchards ??

  15.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    It does not take rocket scientist to predict what’s going to happen in Syria next, but the million $ question is how Lebanese leaders going to take advantage after the fall of Regime to make Lebanon whole again . No vengeance, no retribution but olive branches to all leaders, to get together and sit down by the invitation of the President to course a map as to where we will take Lebanon from here on.We followed this country and that country only to make Lebanon miserable and poor. What Lebanon needs , security , job opportunities , water electricity, education, no more war drums, no more God huggers,  lets get on with the welfare of Lebanese, no bad bickering. Do you think some Leaders with balls can do this?

  16. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Ah well, They couldn’t stop the march of time. It’s a new year – hope all your parties were good. 🙂

  17.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    Ah well, They couldn’t stop the march of time. It’s a new year – hope all your parties were good. 🙂

  18. persepoliswarrior Avatar
    persepoliswarrior

    The Assad regime has no future in Syria.  It is clearly evident.  But I am not expecting a beacon of democracy to form in Syria after Assad falls.  Most likely there will be sectarian violence especially if radical Sunni Islamists take power.  The future of Syria is not very certain but it is obvious Assad will fall.

  19. persepoliswarrior Avatar
    persepoliswarrior

    The Assad regime has no future in Syria.  It is clearly evident.  But I am not expecting a beacon of democracy to form in Syria after Assad falls.  Most likely there will be sectarian violence especially if radical Sunni Islamists take power.  The future of Syria is not very certain but it is obvious Assad will fall.

  20.  Avatar
    Anonymous

    The Assad regime has no future in Syria.  It is clearly evident.  But I am not expecting a beacon of democracy to form in Syria after Assad falls.  Most likely there will be sectarian violence especially if radical Sunni Islamists take power.  The future of Syria is not very certain but it is obvious Assad will fall.

  21. beiruti,prophet,fadi, and everyone, i have to admit that i come to this site and only read comments instead of the reading the stories. i have my reasons to seek comon ground and unity with and among all of you as i truly believe that most of us got suckered into a state of mind that makes us look at our differences instead of how much we all have in common.
    if any one party or sect in lebanon or any country was able to wish the others away it would only be a short while before the prevailing party splits into two groups and go at it again,, it is simple human defective trait that  is easily fueled by inner superiority drive and outside alterior motives that could not careless about wrecking your world to further their alterior motives and agendas,,,,,, there is no substitute for unity friends we are all capable of giving so much or destroying so much and  the question we all have to ask ourselves is who is teaching us how to live? would it not be more pleasing to god if we are kind to one another instead needing the blessing of a politcal party or leader to allow us reach out to one another?  all of us are damaged goods from our past but we have to invest in common ground and putting more value on what we have in common over what we dont. we seem to be able to get a lon just fine abroad but we get into  an abrasisive state of mind as soon as we think we own lebanon and must fight for it, it is only a beautifull piece of real estate that we cant take with us when we are gone, so why live he way we did in the past when maybe,,, we dont have to? reading your comments on regular basis truly reveals a warm human side  not too far from the guarded one. to judge is to know, and we all must get to know one another without pretense  and see the possibilities unity can lead to friends.
    think about it heated 45 comments because we allow others to divide us and dismiss a higher power that wishes to see us united without the prejudices of flag, country,language, color,sect etc.

    1. prophettt Avatar
      prophettt

      geo,
      We are lucky that you always come in at the right time, to remind us all of how  we should behave  toward each other. You are lucky that your mind have not been poisoned by the  civil wars and divisions  that have occurred in Lebanon. Healing and recovery  takes  time .It also takes courage to admit and  realize  that life is too short to hold grudges and seek revenge.some of us succeed,and some fail,and others keep trying. It is a long process,and we should all take your advice,and  and remind ourselves that we are all brothers in humanity.After reading your comment, I decided to call you “The prophet” of this site.lol
      Good night,my friend.

      1. wow prophet, you are far too kind ,or is this a develish ploy to get me to take the throne  to relieve you of the title and weekly stoning lol .  either way  before i accept the title  let me get a helmet and a first aid kit ready lol . it seems that every time dabshaleem is absent we lose our sense of humor and take it out on you.lol….good night my friend.

        1. prophettt Avatar
          prophettt

          LOL geo, I knew you’d  be suspicious of my offer!!!!!!!!!!!
          But do you blame me? The year has barley began,and I got  stoned  for  my dry humor.lol
          Good night.

    2. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Good one.

  22. beiruti,prophet,fadi, and everyone, i have to admit that i come to this site and only read comments instead of the reading the stories. i have my reasons to seek comon ground and unity with and among all of you as i truly believe that most of us got suckered into a state of mind that makes us look at our differences instead of how much we all have in common.
    if any one party or sect in lebanon or any country was able to wish the others away it would only be a short while before the prevailing party splits into two groups and go at it again,, it is simple human defective trait that  is easily fueled by inner superiority drive and outside alterior motives that could not careless about wrecking your world to further their alterior motives and agendas,,,,,, there is no substitute for unity friends we are all capable of giving so much or destroying so much and  the question we all have to ask ourselves is who is teaching us how to live? would it not be more pleasing to god if we are kind to one another instead needing the blessing of a politcal party or leader to allow us reach out to one another?  all of us are damaged goods from our past but we have to invest in common ground and putting more value on what we have in common over what we dont. we seem to be able to get a lon just fine abroad but we get into  an abrasisive state of mind as soon as we think we own lebanon and must fight for it, it is only a beautifull piece of real estate that we cant take with us when we are gone, so why live he way we did in the past when maybe,,, we dont have to? reading your comments on regular basis truly reveals a warm human side  not too far from the guarded one. to judge is to know, and we all must get to know one another without pretense  and see the possibilities unity can lead to friends.

    1.  Avatar
      Anonymous

      geo,
      We are lucky that you always come in at the right time, to remind us all of how  we should behave  toward each other. You are lucky that your mind have not been poisoned by the  civil wars and divisions  that have occurred in Lebanon. Healing and recovery  takes  time .It also takes courage to admit and  realize  that life is too short to hold grudges and seek revenge.some of us succeed,and some fail,and others keep trying. It is a long process,and we should all take your advice,and  and remind ourselves that we are all brothers in humanity.After reading your comment, I decided to call you “The prophet” of this site.lol
      Good night,my friend.

      1. wow prophet, you are far too kind ,or is this a develish ploy to get me to take the throne  to relieve you of the title and weekly stoning lol .  either way  before i accept the title  let me get a helmet and a first aid kit ready lol . it seems that every time dabshaleem is absent we lose our sense of humor and take it out on you.lol….good night my friend.

        1.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          LOL geo, I knew you’d  be suspicious of my offer!!!!!!!!!!!
          But do you blame me? The year has barley began,and I got  stoned  for  my dry humor.lol
          Good night.

        2.  Avatar
          Anonymous

          LOL geo, I knew you’d  be suspicious of my offer!!!!!!!!!!!
          But do you blame me? The year has barley began,and I got  stoned  for  my dry humor.lol
          Good night.

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      Anonymous

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