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SSNP more democratic than the LF?


The Partisan Court of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP) agreed unanimously to the appeal submitted in front of it to refuse to extend to Assaad Hardan for a third term in the presidency of the party, after the party constitution…
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Sami Gemayel did it !!!!


6 days ago I asked Sami Gemayel, head of the Kataeb party, to stop threatening and if he is serious, he should ask his 2 ministers to resign from the government and to stop covering theft… Today, Sami did it. The…
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Are we back to 2005?

Policemen and civilians inspect the site of an explosion at the headquarters of the Lebanese Blom Bank in Beirut, Lebanon June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

A bomb exploded outside the headquarters of Lebanese Blom Bank in central Beirut on Sunday, causing damage but no fatalities, the interior minister said. So far no one claimed responsibility for this attack. It is to note that the Lebanese…
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Stop threatening .. Resign.


Kataeb Party chief MP Sami Gemayel Said yesterday that his party’s ministers might resign or suspend their participation in cabinet sessions should their presence in the government cease to “serve the interest of the Lebanese.” He added: “Our presence in the…
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Ashraf Rifi take it easy on us


In his interview with the TV Chanel al-Arabi, General Ashraf Rifi said: “I gave to the people a lesson in pride and dignity and the free decision”. Where was your pride, dignity and free decision under Syrian rule of Lebanon?…
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17000 disappeared in Lebanon

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A friend of mine pointed out the site of Act for the DISAPPEARED . 17000 Lebanese citizen disappeared during Lebanon civil war. No official or political party is willing to open the file of those who disappeared. Maybe because all current…
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A flower to Geagea


The Press Release of Deputies Setrida Geagea and Elie Keyrouz made me laugh today. I’m not sure who wrote for them this press release, but I’m sure they approved it. The part that made me laugh says: ” We will…
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Why not electing president?

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Division between political parties prevented for over two years the Lebanese parliament to choose a president. Today, we saw in the municipal election of Beirut and other areas these parties come together in order not to allow the young generation…
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The most corrupt groups in the region.


“In Lebanon, numbers are alarming as nine in ten people (92 per cent) say that they think corruption has increased. Government officials, tax officials and members of parliament are perceived to be the most corrupt groups in the region” according…
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On this day: Nadim Abdel Nour was assassinated

On this day, Nadim Abdel Nour was assassinated. He was a member of the Lebanese Forces militia back then. The militia was disbanded and its leader, Samir Geagea was thrown in jail. Many LF members were arrested, tortured and some killed. Nadim Abdel Nour…
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