Maybe you were living in a different country when the Syrians attacked the Military School (Fiadyeh) in 1978? When they bombed the Ministry of Defense, when they bombed the Presidential Palace? When the unleashed their barbarians on the civilians in Lebanon. When they assassinated a President of the Republic (Rene Mouawad), a Mufti (Hassan Khaled)... When they sent one of their agents to assassinate a president elect (Bechir Gemayel), when they bombed civilian ships trying to escape their hell, drowning young children in the water. Not sure anyone has the patience to recount all the crimes of the Syrians against the Lebanese between 1976 and 2005. I sure don't have that patience. But after the Lebanese kicked these invaders out in 2005, we were willing to extend a peaceful hand to these barbarians.I'm curious to know of the war Syria and Lebanon fought and where the peace agreement between the two countries was signed. I'd really be thankful if you can provide me with any historical link to read about that war
Now, it is absolutely your right to want to stick your head in the sand and disregard the crimes and violence fellow Lebanese suffered on the hands of these invaders. Those of us who are patriotic will still stand with fellow Lebanese against foreign powers trying to destroy them, any foreign powers. However, there is a difference between defending fellow Lebanese attacked in Lebanon and endorsing other foreign powers and their regional games.