2022 the year of Partition or Deep Federalism

manifesto

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Orange Room Supporter
I find it funny to blame Lebanon's woes on Muslims when the central governor himself is a Maronite and so is the head of the Association of Banks. 😂

If anything, Maronites stole money from Muslims and should be paying jizya their whole lives as compensation.
 

manifesto

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Orange Room Supporter
In others words, Alloushes find it necessary to stick their noses in everybody else’s affairs.

Some Lebanese-Armenians travelled all the way to Nagormo-Karabakh to support their troops, and it didn't cause any uproar among the Maronite community or any decries from the so-called proponents of neutrality like Patriarch Rahi or Sami Gemayel. On the contrary, it was met with applause.

But when Shiites do it... 🙄
 

JB81

Legendary Member
Some Lebanese-Armenians travelled all the way to Nagormo-Karabakh to support their troops, and it didn't cause any uproar among the Maronite community or any decries from the so-called proponents of neutrality like Patriarch Rahi or Sami Gemayel. On the contrary, it was met with applause.

But when Shiites do it... 🙄

You said it. Armenians...
How many Maronite went to Armenia to support the Armenian army?

That's the comparison
 

HmsBThn

Legendary Member
Some Lebanese-Armenians travelled all the way to Nagormo-Karabakh to support their troops, and it didn't cause any uproar among the Maronite community or any decries from the so-called proponents of neutrality like Patriarch Rahi or Sami Gemayel. On the contrary, it was met with applause.

But when Shiites do it... 🙄

I don't think anyone will cause any uproar if you go to Yemen or Iraq. And especially if you stay there.
 

Lebnaouneh

Legendary Member
I find it funny to blame Lebanon's woes on Muslims when the central governor himself is a Maronite and so is the head of the Association of Banks. 😂

If anything, Maronites stole money from Muslims and should be paying jizya their whole lives as compensation.
Maronites appointed by muslims, stop trying to act smart wou salemleh 3a Rafik Hariri wou Berri
 

Resistancefrom89

Well-Known Member
Imagine Lebanon was still the Lebanon of 1919 (or what was known as Moutassarifiyat Jabal Loubnan).
Imagine we were still part of the French territory (Departement d outre mer)

Wouldn't this have been a wonderful dream instead of the nightmare we are living today?
 

agnostic

Legendary Member
Maronites appointed by muslims
Didn't know that Sheta was Muslim.

PS: It is really disgusting to turn it sectarian while the common people from all sects have suffered and are still suffering and only an elite from sects have taken advantages from the Lebanese corrupted system.
 

manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Imagine Lebanon was still the Lebanon of 1919 (or what was known as Moutassarifiyat Jabal Loubnan).
Imagine we were still part of the French territory (Departement d outre mer)

Wouldn't this have been a wonderful dream instead of the nightmare we are living today?

Maronites were the most enthusiastic about seeking independence from France.
They're the ones who lobbied for the creation of Greater Lebanon,
and also the ones that legalized PLO presence in Lebanon.

A history of failures, ill decisions and inter-sectarian wars which they always tend to blame others for.
Ste7o 3a damkon ba2a.
 

Steven Gerrard

Active Member
Orange Room Supporter
Maronites were the most enthusiastic about seeking independence from France.
They're the ones who lobbied for the creation of Greater Lebanon,
and also the ones that legalized PLO presence in Lebanon.

A history of failures, ill decisions and inter-sectarian wars which they always tend to blame others for.
Ste7o 3a damkon ba2a.
Says the guy with a Bashar as a profile picture
 

Resistancefrom89

Well-Known Member
Maronites were the most enthusiastic about seeking independence from France.
They're the ones who lobbied for the creation of Greater Lebanon,
and also the ones that legalized PLO presence in Lebanon.

A history of failures, ill decisions and inter-sectarian wars which they always tend to blame others for.
Ste7o 3a damkon ba2a.
Not blaming the other on this one, but trying to learn from our mistakes and fix it
 
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