Da3esh is a reason… Da3esh is a reason why we should stick to our democracy. It is the reason for us to organize immediate parliamentary elections and get the Lebanese diaspora involved. Da3esh is a reason why we should arm our military. It is the reason why we should call for the respect of our
Without any doubt this is a crucial time for an awakening and words weighing. So these are my ground rules: I will never display/like/share dead assailants on my Social Networking page: We are not like them and surely should not behave like them. We are ferocious fighters, but not ruthless criminals.
Had Christians done the same as Da3esh, had they tagged Muslims with a Meem, I’d be the first to place that Meem on my status, as proof of human solidarity and belief in diversity…. Meanwhile, I will not place a Noun on my status, not by lack of solidarity but rejection of a selective one.
Great idea… But it has to include the Lebanese expat’s vote, as Equal votes! Because the last we heard from FPM’s “son-in-law” foreign affairs minister, is that expats’ voting influence in the parliament should be contained and limited to 5 or 6 deputies: I quote: “Expats should not control the fate of our country” Now,
War is on our streets. This is a totally different one. The self-initiated, solo, and politically single sided war waged in “Syria” was clearly not enough to be preventive. Minel ekhir : the stronger we stand together, the better everyone understands that this terror’s only way is down the drain. In Lebanon barbarism should have no
On father’s day, I would like to remember the fathers, and sons, of our true Heroes. The army and IFS soldiers, officers and citizens that are standing on our front lines, facing directly the coward suicidal criminals and forcing them to commit an unplanned and coward explosion. They are my Lebanon. They do this despite
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL – aka Da3esh – has gained territory… Surely they are growing in strength and in resources. Should we, in Lebanon, be afraid? I’d use the words seriously concerned. I wouldn’t be surprised if they come and knock on our doors especially that most of ISIL’s share
Lately I’ve been asked by many, if I would congratulate General Aoun should he become President – Seriously? – And when I answered “no”, I was criticized of acting dumb – relative to traditional standards of intelligence I believe… Well, despite the prejudice that I might carry in the eyes of many, my “no” deserves no
Although widely spoken of, I think it’ll be a very sad day for Lebanon if a deal is struck between Future and FPM leaders, for our Presidency’s purpose. It is a sign of disrespect to any Lebanese – let alone these parties’ own rattlers should they choose to apprehend it. I am not against reconciliation. I
I read the Lebanese Forces’s presidential program. I did. I think that they did a good job in interpreting most of our societal issues, adapting their policy, rounding some sharp corners, sharpening others, and providing the proper approach to their candidate to our presidency. Is it a flawless program? no. Most of it is applicable