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Bsharreh vs Danniyeh - water dispute?

HannaTheCrusader

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Wadi qanoubin
Is and the north where the only places in Lebanon where the Maronite were independent

Moukadimin beshare
Coast was Sunnis Crusader before that
Keserwan was Baalbek South was Shia
Matn shouf alley was Druze
[....]
as for moukadamine they were mostly shia from hamade family

go read the history of Maronite fool
 
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  • LForever

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    i see
    now you realise that ??
    goodهوديnow lets se whta ouwat did since 2005

    all they did is to try and create a war between christians and shia....this one there is a need for it
    all they did is to create a war between christians and syria ..this one there is a need for it
    all they did is to allow sunnis to come and invade our lands and create a civil war
    all they did is to incite druse to kill christians
    all they did it to make sure 2 milliin syrian stay in lebanon

    all ga3ga3 did was to create strife and war to please his sunni maعامsيبأters

    wa2et theهيداrewaكلنs a need for a string defensive measures, like the fools you people are
    he started whispering about peace and love and no need to create war


    did he act the same way in lassa issue ( despite lassa case is since 1930s and nothing to do with islam vs church case) in lassa he was calling for a war

    hallak like the cowards ahali bachre are, sahtreen to kill civilian only, they put their tails between their legs and have shut up
    and are making excuses and tebritrat


    Hawdi kelon?
    Min wen bi tjibon ya zalame?
    Iza l ouwet badoun l sle7 l wa7id ykoun bi id l jech bi koun badoun 7areb ma3 l chi3a
    Iza l souriyi neko ekhet lebnen bi tkoun l ouwet bada 7areb ma3 souriya
    Wayn jebou l ouwet seniye ta ye3mlo 7areb?
    Ma 7ada ad l ouwet w l druse fi dam bayn ba3ed, Kif tel3it ma3 hey?
    Tafadal redoun la souriye 3a souriya: bachar halifak, w hezaballa halifak w l hariri halifak w ma3ak nes l hekem... ma 3a asses l ouwet ma bye2dro y3ayno natour. Badna na3rif Kif
     
    Thawra # Furoshima

    Thawra # Furoshima

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    [.......] as for moukadamine they were mostly shia from hamade family

    go read the history of Maronite fool
    Later the Hamada Family dominate beshare 17 century
    Under the Mamelukes and early Ottoman 1200/1600
    Mukadimun Bashere were Maronite and the only maronite leader in Lebanon until the coming of hubaish family who were the counselor of the Assad emir in keserwan 1300 when Shias were expelled from keserwan by Mameluk and slowly replaced by Maronite
    And later in 1600 the famous Khazin Family the ally of Fakhr al din maan
    2./ 20 on History Hanna
     
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    The Kadisha (Holy) Valley is the site of some of the most ancient Christian monastic communities of the Middle East. The valley’s natural caves, being comfortless, scattered, and difficult to access, provided monks and hermits sufficiently isolated and inhospitable conditions to live out Christian solitude, contemplation, and devotion. Many of the caves and irregularities in the cliff-sides were adapted to serve as individual dwellings (cells), chapels, and monasteries, and such buildings were further carved out of the cliff faces of the valley. Some have interiors covered with frescoes and facades. Around the caves there are terraced fields made by the hermits for growing grain, grapes, and olives.

    While there are numerous monasteries in the valley, there are several main monastic complexes:

    The Qannubin Monastery Edit
    The Qannubin Monastery (Deir Qannubin (دير قنوبين)), is on the northeast side of the Qadisha Valley. It is the oldest of the Maronite monasteries; although its foundation is often attributed to the Emperor Theodosius the Great in 375AD, it is more likely that it was established by a disciple of St Theodosius the Cenobite. For the most part it is cut into the rock cliff side - monastic cells, church, cloister, and accommodation for travelers.

    Qannubin used to be the See of the Maronite Patriarch.

    The Monastery of St Anthony of Qozhaya Edit

    Monastery of Qozhaya - July 2003
    The Monastery of Qozhaya (Deir Mar Antonios Qozhaya (دير مارانطﻮنيوﺱ ﻗﺰحيا)) sits on the opposite flank of the Qadisha from Qannubin Monastery. Tradition has its foundation in the 4th century by St Hilarion, in honour of the Egyptian anchorite, St Anthony the Great, though the earliest documentary records date back only to around 1000AD. It was destroyed in the 16th century but quickly restored. It comprises a corridor, meeting room, and chapel, with a mill and a number of hermitages cut into the rock nearby.

    The Monastery of Our Lady of Hawqa Edit
    Saydet Hawqa is situated at an altitude of 1150m between Qannubin and Qozhaya Monasteries, at the base of an enormous cave. It was founded in the late 13th century by villagers from Hawqa. The hermitage appears to have been located on a wide platform at mid-level, where there is a water reservoir fed by channels. The upper level, only accessible by ladder, is a cave some 47m long, where the wealth of medieval pottery and arrowheads that have been found suggests its use as a refuge. Traces of fortifications have also been found in the Aassi Hauqqa (cave) at 1170m altitude. Archaeological finds show that this cave was in use in Palaeolithic, Roman, and medieval times.

    The Monastery of Mar Sarkis Edit

    Monastery of Saints Sarkis & Bakhos, Ehden
    The Monastery of Mar Sarkis, also called Ras Al Nahr, overlooks Ehden, Kfarsghab, Bane and Hadath El Jebbeh. Given its exceptional location overlooking the valley at an altitude of 1500m, the monastery is called the Watchful Eye of Qadisha. It is dedicated to Saints Sarkis and Bakhos (Saints Sergius and Bacchus). The name Ras Al Nahr means the top of the river as it is in the vicinity of the Mar Sarkis source, the main contributor to the Qlaynsieh River which joins the Qannubin River in the valley.

    The first church of Saints Sarkis and Bakhos was built in the mid 8th Century A.D. on the ruins of a Canaanite temple dedicated to a god of agriculture. Next to it, another church dedicated to Our Lady was constructed in 1198 A.D. Several buildings were added from 1404 till 1690, when Patriarch Estephan Douaihy[8] restored part of the buildings.

    The Monastery of Mar Lishaa Edit

    The monastery of Mar Elisha is perched on the cliff.
    Mar Lishaa or St Elisha (دير مار ﺃليشع), mentioned first in the 14th century, is shared by two communities, a Maronite solitary order and the Barefoot Carmelite order. It consists of three or four small cells, a refectory, and some offices; the communal church includes four chapels cut into the rock-face.

    Other monasteries Edit
    Other monastic establishments in the Qadisha are the Monastery of Mar Girgis, with the Chapel of Mar Challita, the Monastery of Mar Yuhanna, the Monastery of Mar Abun, with the Hermitage of Mar Sarkis, and the Monastery of Mart Moura, Ehden.

    There is another group of monasteries in the adjoining Hadchit Valley (Ouadi Houlat). These were founded by Ethiopian Monophysite monks expelled from the neighbouring town of Ehden and occupied by them before their communities scattered elsewhere. They include the hermitage-monastery complexes of Deir es-Salib, Mar Antonios, Mar Semaane, and Mar Assia, along with the isolated chapels of Mar Bohna and Mar Chmouna.

    Towns, villages, and monasteries
     
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    Since the early centuries of Christianity the Holy Valley has served as a refuge for those in search of solitude. Historians believe that the Kadisha Valley has had monastic communities continuously since the earliest years of Christianity. It was also at times a destination for Muslim mystics, or Sufis, who also visited it for meditation and solitude.

    Early Christian communities fleeing persecution found refuge in the Kadisha. Among these groups were the Jacobites (Syriac Orthodox), Melchites (Byzantine Catholic), Nestorians, Armenians, and even Ethiopians. The Maronites, however, are the dominant Christian group in the valley. From the late 7th century, Maronites fled to the valley from their original areas of settlement in the Levante. At that time, they feared persecution from the Jacobites, who were non-Chalcedonian, and who persecuted Chalcedonian Maronites, and from Islamic attacks. Maronite settlement intensified in the 10th century following the destruction of the Monastery of St Maron. The Maronite monks established their new center at Qannubin, in the heart of the Qadisha, and monasteries quickly spread over the surrounding hills.[1] Early Maronite settlement in the valley combined both community and eremitic life.

    The Mameluk sultans Baibars and Qalaoun led campaigns in 1268 and 1283, respectively, against the fortress-caves, monasteries, and the surrounding villages. Despite these attacks, the Deir Qannubin monastery was to become the seat of the Maronite Patriarch in the 15th century and to remain so for 500 years. In the 17th century, the Maronite monks’ reputation for piety was such that many European poets, historians, geographers, politicians, and clergy visited and even settled in the Valley. The first printing press in the middle east was built in 1610 at the Monastery of Qozhaya in the Kadisha valley. It used Syriac characters. Also this printing press was the first to print in Arabic language[5]
     
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    Cedars of God (Arabic: أرز الربّ‎ Arz ar-Rabb "Cedars of the Lord") located at Bsharri, are one of the last vestiges of the extensive forests of the Lebanon cedar that once thrived across Mount Lebanon in ancient times. Their timber was used by the Phoenicians, Israelites, Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Romans, and Turks. The wood was prized by Egyptians for shipbuilding; the Ottoman Empire used the cedars in railway construction.[1]
     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    Later the Hamada Family dominate beshare 17 century
    Under the Mamelukes and early Ottoman 1200/1600
    Mukadimun Bashere were Maronite and the only maronite leader in Lebanon until the coming of hubaish family who were the counselor of the Assad emir in keserwan 1300 when Shias were expelled from keserwan by Mameluk and slowly replaced by Maronite
    And later in 1600 the famous Khazin Family the ally of Fakhr al din maan
    2./ 20 on History Hanna
    go and read the maronite history
    you have zero clue

    my last post with you on this subject
     
    LForever

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    Robin Hood

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    Berri is good at negotiations. Maybe he should mediate between Israel and the Palestinians. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
    Walidos

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    What a racist thread... call it what you want but please don’t bring Christianity into it, you are VERY far away from Christian values...
     
    Thawra # Furoshima

    Thawra # Furoshima

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    What a racist thread... call it what you want but please don’t bring Christianity into it, you are VERY far away from Christian values...
    so otv pictures no negro no Syrians no Palestinian in public school is ok
    While Christians in beshare defending their land are racist ???
     
    !Aoune32

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    so otv pictures no negro no Syrians no Palestinian in public school is ok
    While Christians in beshare defending their land are racist ???
    lal asaf lama FPM made a pact with LF they were heroes now they are dhimmis, 3refet kif?? LF mafe place a fireman in appointments but hey the man can create a civil war in the country.

    dhimmis LVV dhimmis man.
     
    !Aoune32

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    FPM should really get off their high horses. 3andoun the whole state with HA and Hariri and ba3doun they blame LF la kel chi. wake up ba2a u tools.
     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    fifty fifty the water will be shared

    water that has been with bcahre for 1000s of years

    setrida and samir sold that right back in 2009

    the *****cats of bachare have to swallow it hard
    let them hope in the next few years, it will not be comepletely danniye own
     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    ali hasan khalil was the same one who 3ayan 4 or 5 surveyors and they took half the land between yamoune and 3akoura


    we are witnessing same repeat of that story
     
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    Water already shared
    The problem is Dynaee insistence to build a plant near the river at 2800 m
    Illegal as minister of environment said no more than 2400 m allowed
    Yesterday’s Crusader judge agree and cancel Berry Mustakbal attempt with Minister of agriculture
    Bashere water is for Bashere
    We should not let personal agenda and hate to destroy Christians community
    Army is attacked by Bassil
    Today Bsharre by some FPM thank God the FPM Minister of environment is on Bsharri side
    Crusaders ( LF plus FPM Minister of environment) will prevail
     
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