Hezbollah opposes presence of UNIFIL on Syria border

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hezbollah paradeHezbollah MP Ali Fayyad declared on Sunday that Hezbollah opposes the expansion of the U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701 to include Lebanon’s borders with Syria .

“The expansion the scope of the 1701 international decision to the borders with Syria in the Bekaa is impractical, inapplicable, and politically rejected,” Fayyad said i during a ceremony in the southern village of Debbine.

His comments come after March 14 alliance reiterated its call for the deployment of Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) , assisted by UNIFIL peacekeepers along the border with Syria.

“Border control remains incomplete without the immediate withdrawal of Hezbollah from Syria,” the March 14 bloc said in a statement following a meeting marking the return to Lebanon of former PM and Future Movement leader MP Saad Hariri

March 14 also voiced support for the state, and its political, military and security institutions, as the sole guarantor of the security and stability of the Lebanese and for Muslim-Christian coexistence.

The alliance affirmed its continued struggle for the sake of Lebanon’s independence and sovereignty, calling for control of the Lebanese-Syrian border through the deployment of the army, supported by UNIFIL peacekeepers .

Tens of thousands of Hezbollah fighters are actively trying to save the Assad regime despite the Baabda accord which calls for distancing Lebanon from the Syrian conflict. Placing UNIFIL peacekeepers along the border could limit Hezbollah’s movement between Lebanon and Syria

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150 responses to “Hezbollah opposes presence of UNIFIL on Syria border”

  1. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
    Maborlz Ez-Hari

    Poor H.A how’s it supposed to run its Bizo if the borders are looked after by others?

    1. arzatna1 Avatar

      I can’t blame Hezbollah ..they will be between the rock and hard place .
      But for Lebanon it is the only solution to isolate it from events in Syria and Iraq.
      As long as Hezbollah pursues an Iranian agenda , its interests will conflict with Lebanon’s.
      Time therefore for Hezbollah to come back home if it wants to pursue a Lebanese agenda

  2. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist … Resist …

    1. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
      Maborlz Ez-Hari

      You couldn’t resist…

  3. The real lebanese Avatar
    The real lebanese

    I thought Hezbollah said it was working the borders to protect Lebanon? What liars.

  4. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Meanwhile on the other ranch ….
    “Saad Hariri announced on Monday that he will donate $15 million to rebuild the border town of Arsal”
    Wait a minute … I know 2 houses of Christians in Tripoli that need to be totally rebuilt.
    One for the last 2 years.
    WHO is ‘stepping up’ there?????
    Or, how about some food and clothes for them ??? At least !!!

    1. Leborigine Avatar
      Leborigine

      What a gentleman. God bless him. He is just like his late father. Money well spent on the state and rebuilding our country while other idiots are destroying it!

      In regards to the Christian properties, I am sure we can rely on the syrian christians who kindheartedly supported us (sarcasm)

      1. Anti ISIS Avatar
        Anti ISIS

        Lebo, are you that naive bro, you do realize that Hariri is a big financier of the terrorist, rite. He is as full of BS as his father was. I remember I watched an interview with his father about a year before he died. I clearly remember him being asked whether he thought there was poverty in Lebanon. He said no. I suppose when your a billion air, you think everybody else is as well.

        1. Leborigine Avatar
          Leborigine

          I am not as naive as you think Farq. Rafiq spent a lot of money and rebuilt Beirut. The money spent is more than you could ever imagine. I know he has funded some terrorist groups, but that has been dealt with. I know of and have been involved in quite a few charity organisations that Harriri has established and you have no idea the amount of families that are being supported by him, including Christians.

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            Like Geagea … and his wife who attempts to help women in some way …
            But never in Tripoli ….

          2. libnan1 Avatar

            Leb, are you out of your mind … Hariri is the biggest thief of Lebanese property ever existed. He borrowed billions with B on behalf of the Lebanese and bribed the Syrians, lebanese criminals like Gagea to advance his political agenda. Remember the Taif accord, what do you call that??? Hairi sr was a scum, his son Jr. is as bad.
            Listen dude, my advice is never trust Hariri. Who prevented the army from entering Arsal a year ago?? It was the table cloth heads that went back a week ago to let terrorists escape. Sunnis need to learn from Lebanese Shia a lesson or two.

          3. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Not sure why you think I am out of mind libnan1! Harriri might have robbed some properties, but didn’t the syrians rob Lebanon as well, haven’t HA robbed Lebanon. Just answer this question, name one HA member who has paid taxes or for any utilities in the last 50 years, or if anyone in Dahiye has paid or respect the bills received. That is our problem libnan1, we all support criminals one way or the other, but we just try to justify which criminal is less of a criminal.

          4. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            No never hezbsatan. They r infallible.

          5. master09 Avatar

            Once you ask these ? Of HA and Syria robbing the Lebanese as well as the rest of the leaders of Lebanon who killed and robbed, they will point the finger at everyone else but not the ones they follow like sheep, you will not get an answer, I have tried. Every single group including Syria robbed. We was kicked out of our home for years by the Syrian army so they could live on it. Took us years to get them out. But that’s one story. I saw a Syrian soldier pull out a gun at a driver to move his car because there was no where to park in the street in Tripoli for one of his co worker. They raped and robbed but that’s ok people will follow those who throw a bone or two their way. Lol

          6. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            To be honest master09, I lived under both the occupations. In 1975 -1980 we lived under e syrian occupation in the north and from 1982-1983 we lived under the israeli occupation in the shouf. Believe me, the israelis did nothing compared to what the syrians did, and if libnan1 is truly honest and was in the shouf during the israeli occupation of 1982, he would probably agree with me.

          7. master09 Avatar

            The Lebanese, Syrians and PLO killed more and did more harm to Lebanese than Israel ever did. I am no supporter of any of the 4 above but I to lived and was in the middle of all 4 above involvement in the many shit treatment of Lebanese civilians. When I asked these people on this site to tell me of how many Lebanese was killed by the PLO during the war, they answer nothing. Or how many did Syria kill, they say NOTHING. Just Israel did. But the Facts are out in the open. Why did Israel come to Lebanon and I also get NOTHING from them.

          8. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            There IS NO State History Book … And none allowed.
            And yet, there IS a common history. It is not pretty.

          9. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol so u prefer one occupation to another?
            No occupation is good!

          10. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            I agree. I did not say that occupation was good, but from personal experience, I found the israelis to be more civilsed than the syrians. They were regimented and not petty. The hell to both of them anyway, Lebanon should be free from all foreigners.

          11. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            “I found the israelis to be more civilsed than the syrians. ”

            Tell that to the sabra and shatilla victims. I’m sure they would agree with u

          12. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Tell the Damour victims that the PLO are a great occupier, I’m sure they will agree with you as well. They are all bad. The above was only from personal experience.

          13. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Wtf? Listen if u r going to debate then debate facts not BS u wish I had said.
            Show me where I have said anything about the PLO!!
            If u can’t argue then stfu.

          14. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            I suggest that you shut the fuck up you fucking idiot! Don’t pick a phrase from a post, argue it and dismiss the rest. I highly recommend that you fuck yourself really hard with whatever it is that you will be using, depending on the size of your bore. Stupid fuck!

            BTW, don’t get upset with my language, if you want to give it, I’m pretty sure you will be able to take it 🙂
            You have abused some of the nicest people here and due to their kindness, they opted not to reply to you. So, on their behalf, whether they accept it or not – Fuck YOU

          15. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol I see u have no comeback except abuse. Haha ok dishonest prick.

          16. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

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          17. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            What else COULD you say? 😉

          18. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Btw prior to 1926 Lebanon didn’t exist as a country. It was part of Syria.
            Oh and stfu.

          19. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Hahahaha, whatever tickles your fanny grandma, and all real muslims are from the line of Ali PBUH

          20. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol what tickles my fanny is studying at the computer right in front of me. I dare u to say that to his face if u r a man.

          21. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Who’s face?? Are we losing ourselves

          22. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Wow u r dumb.

          23. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            It takes one to know one!

          24. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            “It takes one to know one”

            So u must be a terrorist seeing u have called certain groups terrorist.

          25. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Suck on it

          26. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol

          27. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            What a cock, syria wasn’t a country either, it was part of the Ottoman empire! Yeah your theories are shining through now Bitch!

          28. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lebanon belongs to Syria, bitch.

          29. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Good for Lebanon and good for you, and hope assad reaps its fruits.

          30. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Unlike ur mum who only reaped a sour lemon

          31. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Hahaha, your not just funny, a low life as well. Your mum will definitely be proud of you!

          32. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Yes she will as opposed to ur mum who hides in shame.

          33. Hannibal Avatar

            How can a land belong to another land? With the same logic we are all ottoman or Crusaders or Byzantines or Greeks or or or…
            A nation (or people) within its confines can declare that a land they live on is theirs… For instance, if all the Alawites declare North West Syria to be theirs and choose cessation from Syria what right does others have to say no?
            If Lebanon in its majority says we want to be one with Syria then be it but if the majority of people say no then Lebanon remains sovereign…
            In the current status, under Bashar’s rule NO Lebanese will ever choose to unite with Syria and under ISIS Lebanon’s people will fight to the last Lebanese before becoming whatever those shitheads are trying to build.
            For now we remain, Lebanese… Let’s celebrate!

          34. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol Hannibal I don’t care who Lebanon belongs to. I just said that coz I know it infuriates leborigine.

          35. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Hahaha, barbie knows what infuriates me!
            Intelligent people who say stupid things infuriate me, definitely not you!

          36. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Here’s a list of Syria’s crimes in Lebanon ONLY during the civil war. This doesnt include prisoners or the everyday murders of one or two people that nobody ever heard about unless you lived in that village.

            At the beginning of January 1976
            In Damour and Jieh, two Christian towns south of Beirut, the Palestinians and Syrians went so far as to cut the fingers of Christian children to ensure that they never would be able to pull a gun’s trigger. In Damour, at least 300 inhabitants were killed and their churches profaned.
            May 31, 1976
            The Syrians invaded Lebanon and established their rule. The invaders pillaged the towns and villages they went through and humiliated the Lebanese population. The Syrians shelled all the regions under Muslim domination. There must have been over 500 victims, mostly civilians.

            March 16, 1977
            the Syrians murdered Mr. Kamal Joumblatt, they sent Druze to attack Christian villages. The result: At least 1000 people were massacred. The village of Deir Dourit was erased, with 273 dead.

            February 7, 1978
            hostilities started between the Lebanese Army and the Arab Force of Dissuasion, the FAD, with its Syrian majority and under the command of the Lebanese lieutenant Sami Khatib, as a result of the installation of a Syrian barrage near the Fayadieh Barracks, the seat of the Lebanese military commander of Mount Lebanon. The Syrian soldiers insisted on controlling all Lebanese military vehicles entering the Fayadieh Barracks. They shelled the residential quarters with Stalin Organs and opened fire on the barracks with MBT guns.
            Mention must be made that as of that period, Sami Khatib is one of the best Syrian agents in Lebanon. He is responsible for the incarceration of thousands of Lebanese and the disappearance of hundreds of others following their torture.

            June 27, 1978
            Elements from the “special Syrian forces” dragged out of their beds 30 young men from the villages of Kaa and Ras_Baalbeck and executed them without any form of trial. The man who headed and completed this job was none other than the Syrian officer Ali Dib.

            July 1, 1978
            The civilian population of East Beirut and its suburbs were shelled by Syrian artillery and started with the residential quarters of East Beirut. The private militia of Rifaat Assad, brother of the Syrian President, circled the free regions around Beirut. The shelling lasted five days and five nights. Heavy caliber shells were used, from heavy cannon to Kaytusha rockets and including all kinds of mortars (up to 240 mm), rockets and missiles. According to some obbservers, all sorts of weapon were used, except for aerial bombing. Sixty civilians were killed and over 300 injured.

            Beginning 1979
            The Syrians bombed East Beirut and the adjoining Christian regions. 82, 120 and 160 mm shells fell on the targeted sectors.

            August 1979
            The Syrians shell the villages of Niha, Deir Bella and Douma in North Lebanon.

            February 24, 1980
            Mr. Selim Laouzi, owner and director of the al Hawadess revue, was kidnapped by the Syrians on the road to the Beirut airport. The mutilated and decomposed body of the journalist was found in the Aramoun forest ten days after his abduction. He was shot twice in the head after having been tortured horribly: the ribs on his right side had been crushed by repeated blows with a bar and his right arm was lacerated to the bone, from his armpit to his elbow.

            July 23, 1980
            Riad Taha, president of the press, was killed at Chourane (Raouchþ) by the Syrians. His car had been sprayed with bullets. Taha was hit by seven bullets in his face, the back of his head and his breast. September 4, 1981, Louis Delamarre, the French Ambassador to Lebanon was murdered by the Syrians in West Beirut. France remained indifferent to this murder.

            March 1981
            The towns of Zahlþ in the Bekaa and East Beirut were shelled. In Lebanon, even the Red Cross was a target for the Syrians. Sister [Nun] Marie Sophie Zoghbi was one of the Red Cross ambulance drivers since the beginning of the war. She had forced her way through the front to the south of the town of Zahlþ on the Saadnayel road. Alone at the wheel of her ambulance, she’d gone to fetch the dying in Zahlþ. The Syrians shot the vehicle, killing her on the spot. The town’s hospital was eradicated by thousands of shells which fell on it during one night. Water, food, and medicines grew rarer and the corpses of some of the wounded who’d died under the shelters couldn’t be evacuated. In all, the fighting had left some two hundred dead and five hundred wounded in Beirut alone. The Palestinians, too, had participated actively in the Zahlþ shelling. The Palestinian military commander was Ahmad Ismail.

            February 1982
            In the Syrian city of Hama, an insurrection by the Moslem Brothers was suppressed with rare brutality in modern history. The Alawite army isolated the city, cutting off any contact with the outside, and opened a ground and aerial bombing. According to Amnesty International, the Syrian military had placed rubber pipes at the entrance of buildings where insurgents were said to be hiding and pumped in poison gas. It is claimed that there were some 30,000 dead in Hama. The Alawite army attacked the entire population, both Christians and Moslems.

            April 3, 1982
            The murder of Yacov Barsimentov, third secretary at the Israeli Embassy in Paris. The murder was claimed by the Lebanese Revolutionary Armed Fractions (FARL), a small terrorist group created and manipulated by the Syrians.

            April 22, 1982
            A booby trapped car exploded Rue Marbeuf in Paris. Two Syrian diplomats were expelled, and the French Ambassador recalled for consultation.

            May 24, 1982
            A Syrian attack against the French Embassy in Lebanon. At eight AM on a Monday morning, Anna Comidis, secretary at the commercial service of the French Embassy in Beirut entered the gate of the compound at the wheel of her Renault R12. The car exploded at that very moment. Anna Comidis’ body was shredded to pieces. Ten additional people were killed and over twenty were injured. The explosion, estimated as some fifty kilograms of inflammable fuel, was operated from a distance at the moment the car was entering the grounds of the embassy.

            September 14, 1982
            Syria murders the Lebanese elected president, Bechir Gemayel. The Syrians used Habib Chartouni as an assassin. The murder was perpetrated at the military HQ of the Phalangists in Achrafieh. Habib Chartouni had belonged to the pro-Syrian party the PSNS, since 1977, and was recruited by Assaad Hardane, head of the pro-Syrian party in Lebanon. Elie Hobeika, head of the Phalangist security had recruited Habib Chartouni. Hobeika acted in accordance with the Syrians. Ali Douba, chief of the Syrian intelligence services supplied Chartouni with the explosives. Chartouni received half a million Lebanese pounds (700,000 FF at the time). Twenty six people were killed in addition to Bechir Gemayel in that explosion. The Syrian consider Chartouni a hero, and they liberated him in October 1990 when they invaded the two Metn. Elias Hraoui, second post Taif president, announced ironically, following the liberation of Chartouni, that inquiry would be opened to find Gemayel’s murderers.

            December 1982
            The Syrians destroy the town of Tripoli in Northern Lebanon. The fighting between the Sunnites of Tripoli and the Syrians started at the beginning of December. The Baal Mohsen quarter was held by the Syrians and their allies while the Bab Tebbanne quarter was controlled by the anti-Syrian Lebanese militia. The Syrians formed a militia loyal to them, the Arab Democratic Party, whose general secretary was Nassib Khatib, though directed by the Alawite Ali Eid. The fighting lasted three years. Tripoli had become a second Beirut.

            September 1983
            Over 110 villages or Christian quarters in the Chouf were ethnically cleansed of their Christian inhabitants: Throats were slit, bodies hacked apart with axes, many were burned alive over fire red, iron bars. Syrian soldiers and members of the Druze community of Lebanon took part in these massacres. Likewise, on November 8, 1982, Israeli Druze officers allowed the Lebanese Druze to massacre the Christian population in certain villages such as Kfarnabrakh, at the foot of the cedars of Mount Barouk.
            Walid Joumblatt, the leader of the Lebanese Druze, gave the order to massacre the Chouf Christians.

            September 1983
            a commando of Khomeinist Iranians emerged from its Baalbeck hideout, arrived at Rayak in the Bekaa, and after praying at the mosque exploded a residential building inhabited by Christians, leaving behind dead and wounded. The Syrians present on the premises prevented the Lebanese Civil Defense from removing debris burying two screaming survivors.
            Assayed Ahmad Al Fihri, appointed by Khomeiny to head the Hezbollah in the Middle East, is responsible for this massacre at Rayak. The Iranian ambassador in Syria, Ali Akbar Montachami, and the military attachþ, Colonel Haromi Zadem, had been placed at Al Fihri’s service.

            October 23, 1983
            250 American soldiers and 70 French soldiers were killed at their HQs in West Beirut. Lebanese and Iranian Islamists supported by Syrian logistics headed the operation. According to certain military sources, both buildings had been packed full of dynamite, which explains the high number of casualties. France and the USA remained indifferent to these massacres. In the wake of this, the soldiers of both countries were repatriated because Beirut had turned into a dangerous city, even for the mightiest fighters of all times.

            1983-1984
            the Syrians shelled and lay siege to the city of Tripoli in Northern Lebanon. The overt objective was to evict the PLO Palestinians. The Syrian army had mobilized militants from Tripoli to take part in that job. According to the evidence of former Lebanese militiamen who participated in the battle on Tripoli on the side of the Syrians, the latter shelled residential zones inhabited by Lebanese civilians and where no Palestinians ever dwelled. The Lebanese militiamen who refused to take part in the destruction of their city were systematically arrested, tortured, and then executed.

            February 1984
            Occupation of West Beirut by Amal, the pro-Syrian Shi’ite militia. On February 6, 1984, Amal supported by Syrian troupes, attacked the Lebanese army stationed in West Beirut. The fighting left at least one hundred dead and over 400 injured. Nabih Berri, Head of Amal, and Ghazi Kanaan, commander of the Syrian forces in Lebanon, are responsible for this slaughter.

            March 1985
            Exodus of tens of thousands of Christians from Iklim El_Kharroub and the eastern part of Saida. The Palestinians and Lebanese Druze laid siege to, pillaged and burned over twenty Christian villages. Walid Joumblatt, Yasser Arafat and Syrian officers, planned these massacres.

            January 1986
            Cancellation of the tri_partite agreement by a war between Amine Gemayel’s phalangists and Samir Geagea’s Lebanese Forces which opposed the agreement on the one hand, and Elie Hobeika’s partisans on the other hand. Hobeika found refuge among his Syrian friends.
            Following the failure of the tri-partite agreement, car bombs started to appear in Beirut and its eastern suburb:
            – On Tuesday, March 21, 1986, 11 hours 35, a car bomb exploded in Furn_El_Chebback (East Beirut), leaving 30 dead and at least 132 injured.
            – On May 20, 1986, the French Prime Minister Chirac announced that he was in favor of strengthening ties between France and Syria. He added that a solution for Lebanon could only be found together with Syria.
            – On May 21, 1986, a car bomb exploded in the Christian sector, leaving 7 dead and over 100 injured.
            – On July 29, 1986, a Mercedes exploded on the Wadih Nahim Street in Ein el Remmaneh, a Beirut suburb, with 31 dead and 128 injured.
            – On July 30, 1986, a booby trapped Mercedes exploded in Barbir, West Beirut. The result: 22 dead and 163 – injured. Syria and Elie Hobeika instigated these terrorist cases.

            September 17, 1986
            an explosion took place in the Rue de Rennes in Paris, in front of the doors of the Tati store. Three women and two men were killed, and over 52 were injured.
            The French Secret Services accused Colonel Ghazi Kanaan of acting as the terrorist chief. Colonel Kanaan manipulated the killers within a framework of operations determined jointly by Iran and Lybbia under the aegis of Damascus. The operation having concluded successfully, Colonel Kanaan was promoted to the rank of General.

            September 1986
            Colonel Christian Gouttiþre, French military attachþ in Lebanon was killed near the French embassy in Mar Takla, in the region of East Beirut. In Damascus, far more rapidly than was their custom, the Syrians hastened to condemn the murder of the French military attachþ.

            1987
            The provocation of the Druze-Shi’ite inter-faith war and the occupation of West Beirut. Since the beginning of 1987, the tension between Joumblatt and Berri was reaching its apex. For over a year, the two rival militias shared everything in West Beirut, thefts, racketeering and crimes. This tension culminated in the most violent fighting ever seen in West Beirut. These fights, well orchestrated by the Syrians, lasted for a long time, with neither of the two militias managing to gain the upper hand. The Syrians entered West Beirut in February 1987. The Lebanese Prime Minister Salim Hoss and other political and Moslem religious leaders approved the Syrian decision, preferring an Arab army to the Lebanese Army. Hafez el Assad later got rid of the Sunnite Mufti Hassan Khaled on the day the Mufti requested the Syrians to leave Lebanon. The Syrian secret services placed 200 kgs of explosives under his car.

            On May 8, 1988
            An inter-Shi’ite war is provoked between Amal and Hezbollah. The fighting lasted three weeks, in the course of which the Amal militia, financed and manipulated by Damascus, collapsed before the rival militia. This war enabled the Syrians to deploy their forces in the southern Shi’ite suburb of Beirut, having done so a year before in the western suburb.

            March 1989
            The Syrians shell the eastern regions of Beirut. At the end of February 1989, the Lebanese Prime Minister, General Michel Aoun, decides to close all the illegal ports in Lebanon that allow for drug traffic. The Syrian response was rapid: A shelling of the regions controlled by the Lebanese army, with an average of 6000 shells per day. The Syrian forces used for this fight totaled about 20,000 men who were under the command of Generals Gazi Kanaan and Ali Hammoud.

            The Syrians killed the Spanish ambassador to Lebanon.
            In their wild shelling of the Lebanese population, the Syrian hit the residence of Mr. Pedro Manuel de Aristegui, Spanish Ambassador to Lebanon. A shell exploded and destroyed the building where the diplomat’s residence was located, killing the ambassador, his father-in-law, his sister-in-law, and the Lebanese writer Toufic Youssef Aouad. Despite the confirmation that the 240 mm shell had come from the Syrian lines, the official circles in Madrid refused to accuse the Syrians.

            November 22, 1989
            It was 13 hours 50 in Beirut, when the armored Mercedes of Renþ Moawad, accompanied by Syrian soldiers was blown into pieces. Two hundred kilos of TNT had exploded under his car. In addition to Moawad, 17 Syrian soldiers perished as well. It is to be noted that Renþ Moawad’s wife never submitted any complaint against the Syrians. Worse still, she continues to this day to collaborate with the Syrians, her husband’s murderers.

            October 13, 1990
            in Beirut, the Syrian Air Force begins to bomb the free regions. The bombing lasted until 14.00 hours, five hours after the surrender of the Lebanese Prime Minister.

            October 13, 1990
            The Syrians liquidated the Sayah family in the village of Bsous.
            Coletter Sayah, aged 18, awoke one morning to the noise of Syrian airplanes. The Sayah family hastened to take shelter in a ground floor room. Shortly before 8 AM, Colette heard the first bursts of an automatic and the rumble of tanks in the village streets. Outside, men were shouting: “Out! Out! You dogs, you!” One by one, the members of the Sayah family left their shelter. In the street, in the house, there were many tens of Syrian soldiers. They took away Colette, her mother and her aunts into an adjoining building under construction. They’d barely arrived there when they heard a series of shots.
            The Syrians had just killed all the men of the family. The father and a cousin with a bullet in their heads, one of the brothers was shot through his heart. Another brother was still breathing. Colette asked them to call an ambulance, but the Syrians preferred that the boy die. He will die in his sister’s arms. Emile and Joseph, the two uncles, were executed in a staircase. The corpses will lie in the middle of the road until evening, surrounded by a humming cloud of flies and bees.
            The Hraoui government announced that there had been no massacres.

            The massacre of Dahr al Wahch.
            The people of the village of Dahr al_Wahch saw Syrian soldiers push a column of Lebanese prisoners who were walking in their shorts towards some unknown destination. A nun, a nurse at the governmental hospital of Baabda, saw the arrival of corpses and of the Red Cross ambulances. “I counted between 75 and 80, she explained. Most of them had a bullet in the back of their heads or in their mouth. The corpses still carried the mark of cords around their wrists.” The rigidity of the corpses fixed their crossed arms behind their backs. They were naked, wearing only shorts. Some ten of them had their eyes gouged out, another ten had an arm or leg cut off. All had been shot in their heads. There can be no doubt about their execution.
            The Hraoui government announced that there had been no massacres.

            Torture “made in Syria”
            All the world organizations that struggle to defend the Rights of Man have published documents about torture in Syria. The following is a document published in Geneva in May 1984 by the “Swiss Association for the Defense of the Liberties of Political Prisoners in Syria.” This document, entitled “The Rights of Man in Syria” refers to the treatments reserved for political prisoners held by the Damascus secret services.
            The prisoner is stripped naked.
            His whole body is shaved.
            Cigarette butts are extinguished over the more sensitive places of his body
            They burn his scalp.
            They pull out his nails.
            They tie his genitals with a nylon thread that they secure to a nail on the wall after transfixing the prisoner to a ring fixed on the opposite wall. Then, one of the tormentors strikes the taut nylon thread repeatedly with a stick.
            They flog the soles of a prisoner’s feet with lashes of a whip, a cane, or a plastic pipe, a minimum of two hundred lashes a time.
            Then, stretch out the prisoner inside a container of cold water.
            They invert the prisoner into a car’s tireês rim and then strike him all over (the process: they insert a leg into the middle of the tire, followed by the head and the arms in such a manner that the prisoner is bent over and immobilized in the form of a U inside the tire’s circle).
            They hang the prisoner by his feet with his head down.
            They force the prisoner to remain standing during several days while preventing him from sitting down or falling asleep by ordering him to raise his arms fully stretched and very straight.
            They force the prisoner to stand for long periods of time on one foot, administering blows each time he lowers his raised foot.
            They force the prisoners to run while carrying heavy loads and sustaining blows until utterly exhausted or in a faint.
            Pour all of a sudden boiling water over the prisoners.
            They force the prisoner to sit on a stake.
            They force the prisoner to sit on the neck of a bottle.
            They subject the prisoner to electric shock by using an alternative electric current and tying the wires to the more sensitive parts of the body, especially to the genitals.
            They force pump water or air into the prisoner.
            They force sexual intercourse with the prisoner.
            They tear out chunks of the prisoner’s flesh from various parts of his body with the help of pliers.
            They rope the prisoner to a car and drive it full speed until death occurs or till the victims’ bodies are torn apart and then the victimês bodies are desecrated by gouging an eye or cutting an ear, the tongue, the fingers and in some cases the genitals, and by sticking them into the victim’s mouth.
            They force the prisoner to run around a large room surrounded by torturers who strike him with diverse instruments of torture
            .
            Force the prisoner to drink his own urine.
            They throw the prisoner into a basin of electrified water.
            They tie the prisoner’s genitals to prevent him from urinating after forcing him to drink his own urine.

          37. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Ma t3azzib helak Real, you might as well piss on them. They just want to see what they want to see!

          38. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Preach.

          39. libnan1 Avatar

            I lived both occupations at a young age I must say. Syrians never bothered us , they accually protected us from our neighbors Druse and Sunnis. Israeli occupation was the major cause of our problems, them and Geagea are the ones who instigated the Druse to destroy our homes. Growing up as poor christian family the Syrians and even the PLO were better than the Israelis and Druse.
            Syrians army were petty theives a pack of cigaretes , a pack of bread but they never hurassed innocent people. You say Leb that you lived under the Syrian occupation in the north, you might not be living if it wasn’t for the Syrians. You saw what happened to us in the shouf when the Syrians withdrew.
            Yeah syrians robbed Lebanon through Hariri Sr my man. He was paying them Billions from the Lebanese budget so they helped him conqure the LAF under the command of our GREAT who was against Hariri and saudi TAIF accord.
            I advice you and others to read some history. Believe it or not history repeats itself, that is why we have resumes.

          40. Leborigine Avatar
            Leborigine

            Not sure what syrian occupation in the shouf you are talking about! Jumblatt never allowed the syrians to enter the mountains after his fathers death. I remember the syrians going as far as Alay. Regardless, how can you say the PLO were better, does the word Damour ring a bell?? To be honest libnan1, there is no point defending any occupation as they all did the dirties on us, one way or the other.

          41. master09 Avatar

            Just a ? So you are saying that the PLO had nothing to do with killing of Lebanese people and who started the Civil war in Lebanon and why. Did the war start in 1975 or did it have an issue for 68.
            You are also saying that Syrians never did anything to the Lebanese, mate your brainwashing leader fought against the Syrians who he now licks their ass for money. You must have lived in the bush on your own to say Syrians just took Cigs and bread. The facts are out there you just have to open your eyes rather than just listening to your leader because he now supports Syria because of money and do he can be Mr President. Not for the people but for his selfish brains like the rest of the leaders in Lebanon.

          42. arzatna1 Avatar

            How ungrateful you are Libnan1. I don’t believe you believe what you are saying .
            Politics aside , there has never bee a man as generous as Rafik Hariri in Lebanon’s history. He sent 35,000 Lebanese of all sects ( Armenians , Christians , Druse, Sunnis and Shiites etc ) to collage at a cost exceeding $3 billion .

          43. master09 Avatar

            What did Assoun do. He is to busy saving money for when he needs to run away like a pussy.

          44. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            “Sunnis need to learn from Lebanese Shia a lesson or two.”

            How not to pay bills and use weapons to get what you want? And on top of that not do what you were payed to do if you work in the government?

        2. 5thDrawer Avatar
          5thDrawer

          THAT is quite true … studies have been done … the ‘super-rich’ are largely disconnected from the masses. Carlos Slim may be one of the exceptions, but there are few. And ‘Gradiose Projects’ do not really put food on a table or clothes on a back …. where it is needed. Unless many jobs come from it.
          Steady, lifelong, jobs I might add. But ‘some’ think slinging hamburgers can be a great job for people 😉 until their legs wear out.
          Working KFC in Tripoli is a different experience altogether …..

        3. $89733098 Avatar
          $89733098

          Lol look who is talking, u support hezbsatan and assheaad. They have massacred more than anyone else. U r one hypocrite

          1. libnan1 Avatar

            They killed plenty of terrorists who could have used your big rack as mobile sand bags.

          2. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            lol.

          3. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Of course a chauvinistic caveman would find sexism funny. Typical.

          4. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            For F@%k sake Barabie, It’s a joke. Man you are so tense.

          5. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            Lol, tell me Barabie, who has HA massacred. If you are going to make such a bold statement could you at the very least provide some proof. Not just hot air.

          6. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol of course they haven’t. They r in Syria and Iraq providing bbq’s for anyone disagreeing with them. Not to mention what they have done in Lebanon and Yemen. You would b taken more seriously if u were honest.

          7. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            What’s funny about you Barabie is you are quick to blame one side but never the other. Maybe because the side you always blame aren’t Sunni.

          8. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            I see u r avoiding attributing any blame on ur heroes. That’s typical denial by u. Most on here have noticed.

          9. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            And most on here have noticed a few things about you as well. If you know what I mean.

          10. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            mmmmmm … pillow talk …..

          11. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Another chauvinistic caveman. Shouldn’t u b living in a cave?

          12. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            Probably …. although some ladies would think this was at the moment … :-))
            (gotta get those branches tied together on a pole and sweep the place … soon)

          13. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
            Maborlz Ez-Hari

            I know they have killed some of their own, any one dare question mr hassan will almost certainly be labeled an Israeli traitor kafir, seriously any one who supports any of these groups is living in captivity. Sure on the surface it looks like they are helping but that’s only because we have some equally demented nusras and Isis people on the loose. Why can’t they legitimise their existence and join the countries political arena on the same level as the others and defend the country through the official Lebanese Armed Forces. If their intent is clean then unifying the Lebanese is a simple decision. I’m not better than you, and they aren’t better than the guy up the road. If we love our country we love our army, with all due respect to H.A supporters your allegiance to your country is not a priority.

          14. Hannibal Avatar

            HA massacred Israelis… 😛

      2. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yah … especially Aoun … Tripoli is his ‘favourite community’ I’m sure.
        Mikati, who lives up the street, went back to his billions in England, I’m sure.

        1. Leborigine Avatar
          Leborigine

          lol

        2. libnan1 Avatar

          5th Aoun sacrificed plenty for the sake of Lebanese Christians. So don’t sit there and tell us how sure you are!!!
          BTW Thanks for a nice cool summer nights, keep the fans on full blast..

          1. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            R u still barking? I thought Aoun threw u a bone already.

          2. libnan1 Avatar

            Not yet barabie, but if he throw me a bone I’m sure you’ll feel it.

          3. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            And rains … don’t forget the rains … 😉
            Perhaps he sacrificed his brain too. But I think there was a time all of them should have been retired … their Pension Plans seem adequate ;-)))

    2. $89733098 Avatar
      $89733098

      Maybe u can ask hezbsatan for help haha

    3. master09 Avatar

      Auon maybe oh that’s rite he is putting the money away for when he needs to run away again like a pussy.

  5. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Ok Gang. Here’s the ‘Dead Nuts Story Of The Year’. :-))))))))
    http://blogs.forward.com/the-shmooze/203898/wanted-israeli-soldiers-sperm/?

    “Giving sperm: it’s a lot more pleasant than giving blood,” … hehehe … they needed to teach that??

    But the story DOES highlight ONE little thing … That eventually, the odds on having children at all will be reduced greatly. Some put it down to the chemicals floating around in the air …. I rather think it’s more like the rats who ‘self-regulate’ when there’s not enough food – the human animal senses that there’s too damn many on the planet.
    But Ladies, consider this …. perhaps women will be ‘in charge’ of the sperm banks. POWER! 😉
    And maybe a Goddess or two … 😉

    1. $89733098 Avatar
      $89733098

      If I had my way NO ONE will have children. Humanity is a failure.

  6. $89733098 Avatar
    $89733098

    Wherever shites r there is trouble.

    1. The real lebanese Avatar
      The real lebanese

      Why are you always prejudice against other religions?

      1. $89733098 Avatar
        $89733098

        Lol is that ur best comeback?

        1. The real lebanese Avatar
          The real lebanese

          Comeback for what? Im just asking why you hate certain religions because of a few groups but not others.

          1. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Idiot if u bother to research b4 u bray u would know I think ALL u religious fucks r MAD!

          2. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            So Hamas is mad? I didnt never thought Assad was a ‘religious fuck’ but he’s still mad. You can still follow a religion and not be ‘mad’.

          3. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            U r lame

          4. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            ‘Lol is that ur best comeback?’

            Ok.

          5. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            WOW u r so original. Did they teach u that at your local yeshiva?

          6. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Learned that from the best, yourself 🙂

          7. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lame. U need new material from ur local rabbi. That’s if he’s not too busy sucking little boys dicks while claiming its “circumcision”.

          8. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            I’m getting the vibe you were never circumsized. Haram.

          9. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Geez u r witty

          10. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            One ‘up’ for each … 😉

          11. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
            Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Really, they do that? I might take my cat to them he’s been missing for a week.

          12. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            “Two more babies stricken with herpes after ritual ultra-orthodox Jewish oral blood sucking circumcision in New York City”

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2304793/Two-babies-stricken-HERPES-ritual-oral-blood-sucking-circumcision-New-York-City.html

          13. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            That is f@%king disgusting. Sick twisted animals.

          14. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            They didn’t have Band-Aids 5000 years ago. Now it’s just a bad habit. 😉
            (both the cut and the suck)
            And Vampires at least pass on a long life-span. :-))

          15. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Thought you were just joking… Thats gross.

          16. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            Ah, yes … weird … but another one of those ‘older than God’ tribal rituals.
            Not the same as sucking your own cut finger. Might be one reason for 5000 years of low birth rates 😉 Although we also have more modern bugs to pass on as well. I even saw a fairly recent movie where one person cuts another’s snake bite to suck out poison … not generally recommended for at least 2 reasons.

            You didn’t mention, Robin Williams killed himself …. hmm … a young fellow.
            Sad that depression causes depression sadness in others.

          17. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            It’s sad to hear about robin Williams. He was one of my favourite actors.

          18. Hannibal Avatar

            Disgusting practice.

          19. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Do u really want ur cat catching herpes?

          20. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
            Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Kidding I dont even have a cat, maybe they prefer donkey d@#ks!

          21. Maborlz Ez-Hari Avatar
            Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Looooooooool

          22. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Shouldn’t u b braying at the wailing wall? Maybe u can knock yourself out as u sway back n forth.

          23. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Would make a joke but I’m not childish like that.

          24. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            U mean u r not witty.

          25. The real lebanese Avatar
            The real lebanese

            Must not be 🙁

        2. Anti ISIS Avatar
          Anti ISIS

          I must say, Real does have a point. Now don’t attack me like you always do.

          1. 5thDrawer Avatar
            5thDrawer

            NOW you must be an Israeli. :-)))))

          2. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            I better withdraw that comment then 5th. -:))))

    2. Anti ISIS Avatar
      Anti ISIS

      lol, go have a look at the Bankstown region in Sydney which happens to be predominantly mostly Sunni’s.Then tell me who causes trouble. You are so predictable Barabie.

      1. $89733098 Avatar
        $89733098

        Farqed up is back to its usual homophobic, bigoted self. Go look in the mirror b4 u criticise anyone else

        1. Anti ISIS Avatar
          Anti ISIS

          That tells me you have no come back. And Barabie, I was trying to be civil with you. You can be civil with someone if you disagree with them.

          1. $89733098 Avatar
            $89733098

            Lol we r talking about the Middle East and u give me a suburb in australia, which in fact is predominantly Asian.

          2. Anti ISIS Avatar
            Anti ISIS

            Well next time be specific. -:))

    3. Hannibal Avatar

      You got it wrong…
      Wherever Islam is there is trouble 😉

      1. $89733098 Avatar
        $89733098

        Is Oman Muslim?
        Is Dubai Muslim?
        Is Malaysia Muslim?
        Need I go on?
        I repeat wherever shites r there’s trouble and the reason being Iran.

        1. Hannibal Avatar

          OK correction: Islam with another religion… They have a problem with tolerance 😛 lol

  7. Fauzia45 Avatar

    It s ^impractical ^ because it s not in your interest!!!But it is the best solution!!!!!

  8. Leborigine Avatar
    Leborigine

    Hehe of course they do, bunch of wankers!

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