Some of those calls are well intentioned while others are not so much.
I personally am for dialog and preserving the peace. However we need to drop the rose colored glasses and look at the situation in a more realistic way.
On one side, we have March 14th group who is having its leaders killed one after the other in a cold blooded manner by two of the most brutal regimes history has ever seen, Syria’s Assad and Iran’s Islamic Revolutionaries. I have heard many comments saying that the most recent Martyr Wissam Al Hasan is not a political leader, but rather a national martyr since he was a high ranking officer or all of Lebanon. That is true. But I am not the one who is labeling him a March 14th member. People like Aoun and Hamdan are the ones who did so when they threatened him publicly.
On the other side we have March 8th group who are allied with Syria and Iran, watching with great pleasure their political opponent being eliminated one after the other. I will not accuse March 8th of being involved directly in the killing, I will let the legal system determine that. However being allied and covering up for the killers makes them as guilty as the ones who are pressing the detonator.
So what is the centrist position that both groups can agree on? Currently the assassinations are executed by high powered bombs, 50 kilograms and higher, targeting high ranking officers and prominent political leaders from March 14th. So the halfway point between both groups would be using smaller bombs? Or is it to kill less prominent leaders?