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I support the green revolution!

Oppression is not everlasting, even within the most oppressive of regimes.
The green revolution emanated from a deep sentiment of discontent with the result of the Iranian elections; just like the Cedar revolution started with the assassination of Rafik al Hariri. In both cases, and without prior notice; people took to the streets and voiced their discontent. In March of 1979 Ayatollah Khomeini changed the face of Iran. Today, 30 years later, the people of Iran are attempting to say “enough is enough, now is the time for change”. Just like in Lebanon, after 30 years of Syrian hegemony, the people took to the streets and said: “enough is enough, now is the time for change”.
They have Mahmoud Ahmadinajad, and we have Hassan Nasrallah. They have NEDA SULTANI, and we have RAMZI IRANI. Their struggle is a couple of weeks old, and ours has been going on for over 4 years.
This is a call for all Lebanese, and especially those whose voice and opinions (and yes, this also concerns you, you ORANGE pricks) muffled (under torture) for years; to support in any way you can, the cause of our brothers and sisters in Iran. Representatives of the (so called Cedar Revolution) have won the majority in the elections. Now is a golden opportunity for you (bunch of nitwits)to show Lebanese, Iranians, the world, and the independent Shia your refusal to “Dawlit Al Fakih”. Organize a PEACEFUL march in condemnation of Hizbullah’s masters who are UNLAWFULLY killing those who can make a change in Iran, hence maybe reducing some of your local evil’s influence and might.
Wlek, people of Lebanon react, embrace this newly born cry for freedom that is coming from one of the most defiant regimes we know today; for you are not alone in your corner of the world.

A grim reminder, to be watched with caution.

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June 24, 2009 - Posted by | Cedar Revolution, Dawlat Al Faqih, Green revolution, Hizbullah, Mahmoud Ahmadinajad, Neda Sultani, Ramzi Irani | , ,

4 Comments »

  1. Je t’invite à lire ce que j’en pense par chez moi … sinon j’ai entendu la bande son de cette vidéo à la radio en rentrant, ça m’a tué …

    Comment by Ekios | June 24, 2009

  2. Yalla, j’arrive !

    Comment by marillionlb | June 24, 2009

  3. True…all freedom loving people must unite in calling for the end of despotism no matter where it is!

    Comment by VOR | June 26, 2009

  4. @ Vor, I find myself being the only one wearing green lately, and being mistaken for an AMAL supporter. What a sad state of affair we are living!

    Comment by Marillionlb | June 26, 2009


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