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Hey there Nasrallah (don’t go there again).

In view of the current situation and the local political speeches; I do not want to relate to the enclosed video again. Although the newer version might differ a bit (and I do hope that it will no see the day) I still shiver at the thought that some demented half witted fanatic might drag us (once again) into ye another “divine” battle.

Yes I am for right of EVERY child to live his childhood and formative years away from struggle and strife. The right to live in a secure environment, and be given a PROPER education. To have the basic necessities of food and shelter, without having to beg for them. No one has the right to raise an entire generation in the spirit of war and false dogma. NO one has the right to look upon an entire generation as foot soldiers. No one has the right to dispense with the blood of the young for political gains. No one has the right to put a rifle or even a stone in a hand of a child.

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Instead of being protectors of our children, we have become the butchers; and in the name of what? Resistance, pride, honour, freedom, patriotism…etc. All foreign notions to the entire Arab “umma”.

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Ya 3arab, your policies of hatred and division have put your very existence in peril throughout your cursed history. Fanaticism is spreading and tolerance is wearing thin and your children are paying the price. Reach deep within your souls for you might unite and might find ANOTHER more effective and PEACEFUL way to live free and away of hatred.

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You can call me by any demeaning name you might see fit; from Zionist to Hitler I do not care. I believe in mankind and the INNOCENCE of children. But I do believe in the highest crime of all, that of indoctrinating young minds.

This above video is not only intended to the IDF, but to all those who raise their kids in HATRED be it in Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan…etc. KHALAS !!! just let our children play in peace !

TFEH !

January 2, 2009 Posted by | Hizbollah, Nasrallah, Palestinian Liberation Front, Plain white t's | | 15 Comments

Tres cher Sayyed Hassan

Enclosed a text I wrote (sorry in French)during the early days of the Nahr Al Bared battle, after dear Hassouna went on Tv and graced us with his wisdom and words of encouragement. Minus of few changes (my hatred for him has grown even stronger)the sentiments are still almost the same.

Je voudrais vous remerciez infiniment pour nous avoir fait l’honneur ce soir d’écouter vos sages paroles (je m’excuse mais je ne crois toujours pas en leur divinité même au risque de paraître païen a vos yeux). De part ces moments pénibles que vivent les Libanais, et oui je dis Libanais (un concept qui vous ai encore étranger je suppose) ; ce fut un plaisir a nous tous (Libanais) de voir notre interlocuteur ‘’divin’’ nous expliquer les vrais implications derrière ce qui se passe aujourd’hui dans notre pays.

Mon très cher Hassan, je vous remercie pour :

1) Pour avoir clairement affirmer que L’armée Libanaise était une ligne rouge à ne pas dépasser (mais peut être, a être piétiner).
2) D’avoir indiqué que depuis 1982 le Liban a donné de nombreux martyrs (mais tout en oubliant de faire référence à tout ceux qui ont donne leur sang pour des causes pas aussi divines que les vôtres, mais non pas moins patriotiques).
3) Pour avoir dis sans aucun équivoque que vous, et aucun des responsables de votre parti, n’a jamais accusé de traître aucun membre du gouvernement. (cela est peut être du a la fatigue de devoir être constamment caché sans voir la lumière du jour).
4) Pour avoir fait les éloges de tous vos alliés qui partage votre sens aigu du patriotisme (sans avoir mentionné le général mégalo, cela aurait mis une petite note de déprime a cette très belle soirée).
5) Pour nous avoir démontré clairement la différence entre l’armée et les forces de l’ordre intérieur (simplement parce que pour vous un est digne de votre support et l’autre est traître).
6) Pour avoir ouvert nos yeux que nous vivions dans une société démocratique qui protége les droits de l’homme, et que le seul moyen de résoudre les escarmouches que nous vivons serait par le biais d’un tribunal juste et équitable afin de juger ces petits malveillants qui ont (non pas attaquer et massacrer) fait face a l’armée Libanaise.
7) Pour m’avoir rappelé (là je vous prie de bien vouloir excuser mon oubli, bien que sélectif) que ma destinée est directement liée a celle de L’Iraq, l’Iran, les camps Palestiniens, La Palestine et toute autre nation Islamique blottie dans les coins les plus ténébreux de la planète.
8) Que de recevoir de l’aide essentielle a notre survie et pour mettre fin au terrorisme qui sévi devrai avoir avant tout votre bénédiction et votre label de ‘’propre’’.
9) Et surtout un grand merci pour avoir dénoncé l’établissement de l’état du docte ‘’Islamique ‘’ (est ce que j’ais vraiment besoin de vous rappeler de vos anciens discours) ?

Suffisons-nous de sarcasmes pour une nuit (bien que je puisse facilement continuer), mais vous nous prenez pour qui ?
Pour ces fanatiques qui vous suivent aveuglement tout en espérant gagner une place au paradis, ou ceux qui ont hâtivement sauter a bord de votre train chameau ou même âne fou ?

Très cher Hassan, votre discours ne tiens plus (sauf chez ceux que je considère comme étant un fardeau sur notre société a cause de leur intransigeance et leur esprit féodal). Votre conception d’état, nation, société, ou même de mode de vie ; ne pourras jamais avoir lieu dans le pays Biblique de ‘’ lait et de miel’’. Notre histoire est plus ancienne que la votre, et notre culture et mission plus pacifique et humaine (omis quelques croisades).

Je ne m’abaisserai pas (comme la majorité de vos partisans), mais je me permettrais de vous comparer a un phénomène et une vague de croyance que l’histoire récente a vécue, un courant issu de votre plus redoutable ennemi. Je vous compare a vous et vos adepte au révérend ‘’Moon’’, ‘’Jackson’’, ou ‘’David Koresh’’.

Très cher Hassan, le jour viendra ou vous n’aurais plus qu’un seul choix, celui de faire boire a vos adeptes un cocktail de ‘’Kool Aid’’(fabriquer au USA bien sur) et de cyanure tout en leur promettant leur place au paradis (a cote de la votre évidemment).

Désolé de vous informer que ce jour la je jubilerai de joie.

February 23, 2008 Posted by | Lebanon, Nasrallah | Leave a comment

Nasrallah and Aoun. Anyone cares to comment?

Nasrallah: We must deal positively with all initiatives, but the problem is the lack of confidence. The utmost achievement of the understanding is that is has established trust between two vast components of the Lebanese society.

Nasrallah: Aoun is patriotic

Aoun: During the July war everytime I heard an explosion in Dahyeh I worried about the safety of Hassan

Aoun: His alliance with Hizbollah is “for better and for worst”.

Nasrallah: The July war would have happened irrespective of the understating between Hezbollah and the FPM and Hezbollah and Amal would have withdrawn from the government. The understanding did not endanger Lebanon but formed the basis of cooperation. It is also the pillar of the opposition.

Nasrallah: Any attack against the army is an attack against the resistance.

Nasrallah: The Lebanese army was capable of accomplishing many achievements because all Lebanese consider it as a national army and this is how it must remain.

Nasrallah: Some said that the army fulfilled its duty during the Mar Mikhael incidents. Is it normal that the army shoots at demonstrators?

Nasrallah: The pro-government party was provoking the army against the opposition.

Nasrallah: Even if the demonstration reflected the bad intentions of Hezbollah and Amal, would this justify the killing of 7 people?

Nasrallah: The incidents at Dahiyeh must be seen in a context different than the ones of previous demonstrations, hence the importance of a serious investigation in order to discover the real reason behind the incidents.

Nasrallah: So far the investigation into the Dahiyeh incident is serious.

Aoun: I have withdrawn from the presidential race and I cannot cause a shock to my supporters by dropping the call for the guaranteeing one-third.

Aoun: There is an attempt to prevent the opposition from influencing the decisions of the government.

Aoun: We have accepted Sleiman’s candidacy as a guarantee for consensus. Our support comes in accordance with the initiative I proposed.

Nasrallah: Our military preparation and readiness would delay the war.

Nasrallah: The Winograd report’s recommendation over the need for military preparations does not mean that we are heading toward war.

Nasrallah: The Lebanese support for the displaced persons during the July war would not have been the same without the understanding between Hezbollah and the FPM.

Nasrallah: They thought that the understanding between Hezbollah and the FPM was ruined on the ’Black Sunday’, but it was civil unrest that was eradicated.

Nasrallah: Our understanding formed the basis of the national round table of dialogue.

Aoun: The understanding between Hezbollah and the FPM has reinstated normal relations between people living on both sides of the demarcation lines.

Aoun: The biggest achievement of the understanding between Hezbollah and the Free Patriotic Movement was to spread the culture of understanding between Lebanese.

Aoun: We were among the first people who called for an international investigation committee into the assassination of ex-Premier Rafiq Hariri.

Nasrallah: MP Hariri wants me to condemn Syria without evidences, and this is unjust.

Nasrallah: Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad agreed that a Saudi-Lebanese military committee investigate into the assassination of ex-Premier Rafiq Hariri, but Saudis rejected the proposal.

Nasrallah: If the pro-government party submits one clue over the implication of Syria in these assassinations I am ready to tell the Syrians that they are seeking the destruction of Lebanon.

Nasrallah: I don’t have information regarding the assassinations in Lebanon for I don’t have a security service apparatus covering all Lebanon.

Nasrallah: Hezbollah has not built internal security networks in Lebanon since 1982 for it was focusing on the Israeli enemy.

Nasrallah: MP Walid Jumblatt used to call for the liberation of Jerusalem.

Nasrallah: After the assassination of Hariri, MP Saad Hariri said he was committed to his father’s words.

Nasrallah: Hariri told me that if a final settlement is achieved while he is prime minister he will demand Hezbollah to disarm. If we would not accept he would resign and leave the country for he does not accept to turn Lebanon into a second Algeria.

Nasrallah: Ex-Premier Rafiq Hariri told me before he was assassinated that he supported the Resistance until after a just peace is achieved.

Nasrallah: So far the state is not able to reply to the Israeli enemy.

Aoun: As long as we possess weapons, why give them up?

Aoun: It is impossible to set a date for Hezbollah to disarm as long as it is not participating in the government.

Aoun: Those who claim that since I have a pact with Hizballah I therefore have a pact with syria and Iran; have themselves made a pact with the USA therefore have made a pact with Israel.

Nasrallah: All Lebanese including Christians are benefiting from consensual democracy.

Nasrallah: An Islamic government cannot be imposed by force.

Nasrallah: We want a state where all religions and sects enjoy full participation.

Aoun: We don’t have any official capacity to solve the problem of the detainees in Syria.

Nasrallah: The government is responsible of the dossier of the detainees in Syria, for it had refused to establish a joint committee with the Syrians in this regard.

Aoun: I told MP Jumblatt that in spite of your victory on the political level you will be cornered with the Druze sect in the Mountain.

Nasrallah: I can say that the state, through the presence of the Lebanese army and the ISF is present at Dahiyeh just like other regions if not better.

Aoun: In his speech on March 8 2005, Nasrallah had chosen a difficult path.

Nasrallah: The slogan of 10425 Km square is not restricted to one party. I used this slogan to confirm the end of the civil war and the annexation of the Chebaa Farms.

Nasrallah: At the time of the Quadripartite alliance in 2005 the disagreement was over the Christian ally.

Nasrallah: MPs Saad Hariri and Walid Jumblatt had offered much more than Aoun over Hezbollah’s weapons.

Nasrallah: The other party would have used our nomination of Aoun against him.

Nasrallah: We informed the Maronite Patriarch and the Apostolic ambassador to Lebanon of our decision to nominate Aoun. Our decision was not made public according to Aoun’s desire.

Nasrallah: Our nomination of Aoun for presidency was in harmony with the aspirations of our supporters.

Nasrallah: Aoun is independent and is not affiliated with foreign embassies.

Nasrallah: We had named MP Michel Aoun for presidency before the July war in 2006.

Aoun & Nasrallah: There are no detainees in Syrian jails, there are missing Lebanese.

February 8, 2008 Posted by | Amal, Aoun, Hizbollah, Lebanon, Nasrallah | 5 Comments