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Follow up on the post “The future of the country”


Following up on yesterday’s post “The future of the country“, I would like to share with you a letter written by Dani Haddad to Samir Geagea and Michel Aoun. The letter is in Arabic language and posted on MTV Lebanon…
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The future of the country


They say students are the future leaders of the country. Since the late 90’s, two Lebanese Christian groups (Lebanese Forces and Tayyar Movement) been fighting each other. In the 90’s they massacred each other which led to the total control…
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The Term that fits


A Chauvinist pig thinks their gender is more superior than the other, usually a man who thinks he can do as he wishes to a women. Yesterday, Zahle MP, Nicolas Fattouche, assaulted an employee of the courthouse in Baabda responsible…
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Only in Lebanon


Only in Lebanon …. Terrorism trial for suspects in the Sidon clashes between Army and militants delayed because one of the suspects is sick and the other is in a football training camp with the Lebanese national team. Source: Daily…
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Different Approach


To find out the difference between Walid Jumblatt and his Druze community and Samir Geagea and the Christian community, all you have to do is to read the news. Examples: – Jumblatt told party members (PSP party) at a private meeting,…
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Gebran Bassil derogatory gesture


Gebran Bassil, the Lebanese Foreign Minister, while shaking hands with Emirati foreign ministry delegation asked about a woman called Caroline and made a gesture in with his hand which can be translated as “physically attractive female” while describing her to…
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Samir Geagea in line with Nusra and ISIS demands


Samir Geagea, the head of the Lebanese Forces party, a party that suppose to defend Lebanon sovereignty and freedom, tweeted today that one of the solution to free the Lebanese Army soldiers held captive by the terrorists groups Al-Nusra and ISIS…
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The Masquerade of Lebanese Parliamentary Elections

Lebanese parliamentary elections

While many suggest that another extension of Parliament’s term is almost inevitable, the total candidates’ number to the Lebanese Elections 2014 is 514. Right out of the bat, this supposed to be election is a masquerade. – The Lebanese Association for…
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