President Suleiman met the Iranian leader

Lebanese President Michel Suleiman who arrived in Iran on Wednesday evening to attend the Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Tehran met on Thursday with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, National News Agency reported.

The president had met earlier with his Egyptian, Iranian and Palestinian counterparts, Mohammad Morsi, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Mahmud Abbas, the report said.

The Lebanese president expressed optimism prior to departing to Tehran that the conference was likely to embrace “impartial decisions that would allow people of the Middle East and the world to achieve democracy”

Iran’s controversial nuclear activities and the bloody conflict shaking Syria dominated the agenda of the summit in Tehran on Thursday.

Those issues swept aside the diplomatic harmony Iran had been trying to project during the gathering of 120 members of the Non-Aligned Movement.

  • 5thDrawer

    Wow … they changed rooms from the ‘Meet Maliki’ story … hmmm .. or just the furniture … same Most Supreme Idiot hanging on the wall however.

    • Patience2

       Different flag, notice?

  • 5thDrawer

    Wow … they changed rooms from the ‘Meet Maliki’ story … hmmm .. or just the furniture … same Most Supreme Idiot hanging on the wall however.

    • Patience2

       Different flag, notice?

      • rossoferrari

        Very perceptive, I guess Lebanon does not get the respect owed to it, Thanks to zabralla.

        • Constantin7

          No I just think that Suleiman visited Morsy in his hotel compound and obviously Morsy had his flag in the room for photographers sake. If the visit was reversed, i.e. Morsy visiting Suleiman, then we would see the Lebanese flag.

        • 5thDrawer

          I was talking about two different stories here Constantine & others … see above to Patience …

        • rossoferrari

           C7 well done thanks for the clarification.

        • hannihabal

          ya libnan breaking news adressed to idiots like rassofallini and hannibaghl: unconfirmed reports say assad has been toppled by walid djoumblatte and samir dgea3dgea3
          rassofallini: we told u the dayz of assad r counted, lets celebrate by drinking a bottle of halal camel urine old reserve from souk oukaz, 10 years old
          hannibaghl: i am sanni morooni min basta al tahta, i am used to drink 95 degree amatoury eau de cologne in souk oukaz, thanks but i wont change

  • Beauty-Full-Lebanon

    “people of the Middle East and the world to achieve democracy””””””How about Middle East only !! never mind the world

  • Beauty-Full-Lebanon

    decisions that would allow people of the Middle East and the world to achieve democracy”How about Middle East only !! never mind the world

  • Patience2

    And then what?? Shake hands, kiss and then go home?

    • 5thDrawer

      Yah … they all have these nice little chats ‘reported’. But there’s no news of what was said, or even why they bothered getting together .. except for the desires of a news-photographer. And that furniture changed from the story ‘ IRAQI PM TO SUBMIT A PLAN TO END SYRIA’S CONFLICT’ …. so who can tell when the pictures were taken anyway?
      How about a picture of the scotch on the table, and the pillows being thrown?

    • 5thDrawer

      Yah … they all have these nice little chats ‘reported’. But there’s no news of what was said, or even why they bothered getting together .. except for the desires of a news-photographer. And that furniture changed from the story ‘ IRAQI PM TO SUBMIT A PLAN TO END SYRIA’S CONFLICT’ …. so who can tell when the pictures were taken anyway?
      How about a picture of the scotch on the table, and the pillows being thrown?

  • Patience2

    And then what?? Shake hands, kiss and then go home?

    • 5thDrawer

      Yah … they all have these nice little chats ‘reported’. But there’s no news of what was said, or even why they bothered getting together .. except for the desires of a news-photographer. And that furniture changed from the story ‘ IRAQI PM TO SUBMIT A PLAN TO END SYRIA’S CONFLICT’ …. so who can tell when the pictures were taken anyway?