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Fadi Twainy
In order to understand the motivation behind recent “Lebanese Federalism”, let’s hear the arguments made by some of its advocates…
Rabih Fakhry – Thaer Gandour – Bashar Al Halabi
With its call for “internationalization,” the Maronite patriarchate has played a card as old as Lebanon itself, to save both itself and the country, while placing Hezbollah in a position of direct rivalry with the largest Christian sect in the region.
Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
“The dark times for those fighting for human rights, freedom of speech and democratic reform are about to get darker, but today a little justice was done to Jamal …”
Tracy Jawad
The bullets in Slim’s head reinforce the same message already made clear by a string of suspicious homicides committed in 2020, including last month’s Joe Bejjani…
Diana Moukalled
“This project will never be silent. They can kill Lokman, yet not his ideas. We will continue. Lokman will live forever.”
Sana Seblani
On December 29, 2020, a group of hackers known as Spiderz hacked “Hezbollah’s bank.” What are the consequences for the “bank,” its clients and Lebanon’s financial sector?
Rabih Fakhri
Thus, the party, during the first anniversary of the October 17 revolution, provided the last lifeline to the Lebanese oligarchy and the thieving Lebanese regime, leading this counter-revolution with dedication; they want to ensure the quota system’s existence, and to preserve its interests locally and regionally.
Tarek Ismail
Hezbollah knows, and so do we, that it has a “veto” right, represented by “its armed force”. We should also be aware of why the party has always insisted on giving this armed force its constitutional legitimacy, through the triad of “the army, the people and the resistance”.
Hazem El Amin
You, Mr. Macron, came to tell us that we were the ones who had elected Hezbollah, and so we will have to live with its weapons! You yourself however, do not practice what you preach. All of Europe has classified Hezbollah’s military wing as a terrorist organization, and yet we live under the rule of the party’s military wing. Why should you be entitled to what we are not entitled to? How can the elections, held under the supervision of this military faction, be fair?
Hazem El Amin
Lebanon is at a truly pivotal moment, and its existence is at stake. In this critical moment, Saad Hariri, Najib Mikati, Fouad Siniora, and Tammam Salam have decided that an undistinguished man, whose biography has been stained with many flaws, shall shoulder this enormous responsibility.
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