Lebanese TV host kicks out Hezbollah supporter during live episode


Walid Abboud, the host of the show Bi Mawdouiyah which airs on the Lebanese television channel MTV, asked university lecturer Habib Fayad who supports Hezbollah to leave the studio while the episode was airing live on Saturday night.

Abboud did so when an argument between him and Fayad escalated after the latter kept interrupting Saudi Minister of State for Gulf Affairs Thamer al-Sabhan who was shortly hosted by the show over the phone.

Abboud tried to manage the episode and asked Fayad to allow Sabhan to talk but he insisted to keep interrupting him and using inappropriate words. The situation thus escalated and Fayad asked Abboud: “How much are they paying for this?” to which Abboud slammed him and said: “Shame on you. Respect yourself. You (truly) do not respect anyone or the host,” and asked him to leave.




12 responses to “Lebanese TV host kicks out Hezbollah supporter during live episode”

  1. Fayad is known for being very rude during TV interviews.

    1. Being nice to Hezbollah is just a matter of good manners! 🙂

  2. Hannibal Avatar

    Shia/Sunni Schism at its nadir. The zionists are dancing of joy pretty much like when they danced in NY after 9/11.

  3. Danny Farah Avatar
    Danny Farah

    Since when Hezbollah and their supporters let anyone talk or rather they will kill them in case they could not handle the truth. Typical thugs and your days are numbered numbered numbered. I am not saying it’s going to be tomorrow but God is great and anyone wants to defy God the wrath on fires will follow them. Look at what happened to the Jews.. And still now they have not learned their lessons. I am sure many israelis are descent people who want peace but they are being overpowered by the extreme government just as we are overpowered by Hezbollah. Both parties will destroy each other and unfortunately they will take us with them.

  4. Saudi-Iranian rivalry.
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