News General Michel Aoun elected President of the Lebanese Republic

JustLeb

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طوني خليفة بيسأل سليم عون
مين بتفضّل ميشال سليمان أو إميل لحود،
سليم بيفضّل إميل
مع إنو إميل لحود كان هاجم عالعماد ميشال عون بقصر بعبدا،
وميشال سليمان كان عميدافع عن القصر.

وطوني خليفة بيسأل رندلى جبّور
مين بتفضلي أبو أرز (القومي اللبناني) أو أنطون سعاده (القومي السوري)
رندلى بتفضّل أنطون سعاده
مع إنو الحزب القومي كان مشارك بالهجوم عالعماد عون
وحراس الأرز كانوا داعمين العماد عون
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mikeys71

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eh mfaker ba3do bi ayam lama keno ysadro Rabtit el khebizz 3al 7awajez !! rassoun ma byefroz bidmoun nkayat.
L F = Lebanese Farce or upgraded to Lebanese FART.
I am sure this not going to convince you, it was the prime minister Kherfan Aoun who issued the order to stop the bread and flour products to leave the free zone. LF did that on the kherfan’s order and only confiscated large quantities that was being smuggled. Bread for personal use was allowed to pass. Bass Ghanem like yourself and every other aouni can’t or not allowed to think you just repeat what you are fed.
 

LEBANESE-CIA

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I am sure this not going to convince you, it was the prime minister Kherfan Aoun who issued the order to stop the bread and flour products to leave the free zone. LF did that on the kherfan’s order and only confiscated large quantities that was being smuggled. Bread for personal use was allowed to pass. Bass Ghanem like yourself and every other aouni can’t or not allowed to think you just repeat what you are fed.
kento teser2o rabtet el khebiz min el atfal 3ala hawajez , you can not deny this fact. Anyway i dont waste my time with brainwashed slaves. enjoy the photo and laugh.

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Walidos

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I am sure this not going to convince you, it was the prime minister Kherfan Aoun who issued the order to stop the bread and flour products to leave the free zone. LF did that on the kherfan’s order and only confiscated large quantities that was being smuggled. Bread for personal use was allowed to pass. Bass Ghanem like yourself and every other aouni can’t or not allowed to think you just repeat what you are fed.
Stop spewing lies dakhilak... someone sold you this crap but we were there.
 

mikeys71

Legendary Member
السلام على إسمو .
لولا وجودو معنا كان انهار البلد .
كان صار الدولار ١٣٠٠٠ ل.ل .
كان الناس ضربت بعضها تا تاخد غالون زيت .
كان إنفجر المرفئ ونهدمت بيروت .
كان طارت ودائع الناس .
كان الفساد ضرب الدوائر الحكومية .
كان كل قاضي عامل قضاء على حسابو .
كان التهريب عا عينك يا تاجر .
كان ما عنا كهربا .
كان صفقات البواخر فضت الخزينة .كان نقطع الخبز والناس وقفت على بواب لفران .
كان صاروا يعبولنا بنزين ٢٠،٠٠٠ل.ل .
كان الماي انقطعت .
كان السدود صارت مفخوتة.
كان تهريب المخدرات بالرمان جرصنا .
كان الصهر سرق البلد وربحنا جميلة .
كان سلاح حزب الله هيمن عالدولة .
كان السوري حط أيدو على ٧٥٠ كيلو متر من مياهنا الشمالية .
كان الإسرائيلي حط أيدو على النفط على حدودنا الجنوبية .
كان المواد المدعومة تهربت على الحدود .
كان الأغنام المدعومة تهربت بالطيارة .
كان توقفت التشكيلات القضائية.
كان قعدنا بلا حكومة بحجة التلت المعطل .
كان اجانا رئيس بيضل واعي وما بيقضي وقتو بالنوم .
حدا بيقدر يخبرني من وين بيجيبوا هيدي النوعية؟ .🤐🤥🤫
 

JustLeb

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شامخ يا بيّ الكلّ يا حارس بلادنا
عهدك أمل للكلّ و مستقبل ولادنا
قائد بطل شجاع حامل سيفك الساطع
راس الفاسد بطير من حدّك القاطع

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A*ri bel amal ???
wein sheyf amal ya habibi?
Ana sheyf bass fi berri :D
k*ss ekhta, baddak tkoun a3ma heyda 7a2ak bass 7terem 32oul el 3alam
Based on your hallucinations, I am thinking of leaving France and return live in Lebanon, since there is so much potential in there that no one can see other than you (and of course the rest of fer2et el za2ifeh)
 

Patriot

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A*ri bel amal ???
wein sheyf amal ya habibi?
Ana sheyf bass fi berri :D
k*ss ekhta, baddak tkoun a3ma heyda 7a2ak bass 7terem 32oul el 3alam
Based on your hallucinations, I am thinking of leaving France and return live in Lebanon, since there is so much potential in there that no one can see other than you (and of course the rest of fer2et el za2ifeh)

never forget

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JustLeb

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Jame3et @SeaAb have musical ears, they don't like the noise of the opposition :lol: :lol: :lol:
Walla ya rayyes @SeaAb ma ba2a el wa7ad fi yeda7ak 3ala wala 3ahed, kellon byet3allamo min ba3don...
their common goal is the chair

 

Wolf

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شامخ يا بيّ الكلّ يا حارس بلادنا
عهدك أمل للكلّ و مستقبل ولادنا
قائد بطل شجاع حامل سيفك الساطع
راس الفاسد بطير من حدّك القاطع

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Easy buddy
 

Walidos

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Jame3et @SeaAb have musical ears, they don't like the noise of the opposition :lol: :lol: :lol:
Walla ya rayyes @SeaAb ma ba2a el wa7ad fi yeda7ak 3ala wala 3ahed, kellon byet3allamo min ba3don...
their common goal is the chair

Here we disagree totally... the police must absolutely punish those who broke the law in any way, especially by attacking the police/army personnel and/or destroying public/private property... mish kil ma 7ada 2ayyarit ma3o yinzal ye7rou2 il akhdar wil yebis without repercussions! Min FPM wou jor, without forgetting the bastards that attacked protesters with sticks...!
 

JustLeb

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Here we disagree totally... the police must absolutely punish those who broke the law in any way, especially by attacking the police/army personnel and/or destroying public/private property... mish kil ma 7ada 2ayyarit ma3o yinzal ye7rou2 il akhdar wil yebis without repercussions! Min FPM wou jor, without forgetting the bastards that attacked protesters with sticks...!
Probably you didn't read the article, it says they are asked to go to the police because of tweets or posts on social media
 

JustLeb

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If their tweets or posts break the law, they should go... I know you disagree with some of our archaic laws, but this is the law...!
You are shocking me!!
I might understand that some za2if in Lebanon says that because he is a hopeless case, but someone like you who lives in the UK and go to the Hyde Park says whatever he wants without getting into trouble, is really shocking!!!

If you insult Boris on Twitter over there you got arrested?
Do you remember Jean Assi who literally insulted Michel Sleiman and got arrested, how the midget Bassil erupted in condemnation and in protecting freedom of speech?!

Really man you are shocking me!!
If you are saying that, I wonder if we are a people who deserves a country.
 

Walidos

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You are shocking me!!
I might understand that some za2if in Lebanon says that because he is a hopeless case, but someone like you who lives in the UK and go to the Hyde Park says whatever he wants without getting into trouble, is really shocking!!!

If you insult Boris on Twitter over there you got arrested?
Do you remember Jean Assi who literally insulted Michel Sleiman and got arrested, how the midget Bassil erupted in condemnation and in protecting freedom of speech?!

Really man you are shocking me!!
If you are saying that, I wonder if we are a people who deserves a country.
I am all for upholding the law, and changing the law when it is archaic and unfair... but as long as the law doesn’t change, the police have a duty to enforce it. In the UK they made a law to fine you 10k £ if you break Covid curfew. And people were handed the fine and they paid it. Students who attended outdoor raves were fined and arrested. People who joined the Black Lives Matter movement and destroyed public property (recap the statue they threw in the river) were later on arrested... rioters were rounded up several months after the fact and processed. people who want to fly out of the UK today when it is non essential are fined 5k £ and people returning from specific countries to the UK must quarantine at a hotel and pay 1750£ for their stay even if they have a house... is this also shocking?

in a country where elections are held every 4 years and a new parliament is chosen, the law is the law, so until parliament changes it, citizens are to abide by it, and police are to enforce it. We don’t live in a dictatorship. Lobby and get your MP to work on a proposal for a law.
 

JustLeb

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I am all for upholding the law, and changing the law when it is archaic and unfair... but as long as the law doesn’t change, the police have a duty to enforce it. In the UK they made a law to fine you 10k £ if you break Covid curfew. And people were handed the fine and they paid it. Students who attended outdoor raves were fined and arrested. People who joined the Black Lives Matter movement and destroyed public property (recap the statue they threw in the river) were later on arrested... rioters were rounded up several months after the fact and processed. people who want to fly out of the UK today when it is non essential are fined 5k £ and people returning from specific countries to the UK must quarantine at a hotel and pay 1750£ for their stay even if they have a house... is this also shocking?

in a country where elections are held every 4 years and a new parliament is chosen, the law is the law, so until parliament changes it, citizens are to abide by it, and police are to enforce it. We don’t live in a dictatorship. Lobby and get your MP to work on a proposal for a law.
So you are comparing public health issues, where a person can die or provoke death to other, to tweeting against the gov?
Is there any fine for people who tweets against the lockdown or wearing masks??
 

Walidos

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So you are comparing public health issues, where a person can die or provoke death to other, to tweeting against the gov?
Is there any fine for people who tweets against the lockdown or wearing masks??
I also compared demonstrating/rioting to tweeting. I add two points to that:
1- years ago there was the law of lèse-majesté - where you would be arrested for cursing the monarch. This has been abolished but while it was in place, yes you would be arrested for cursing the monarch.
2- even today, cursing loudly in public can lead to incarceration, as a preventative act against public disorder. Repeatedly cursing, threatening or abusing someone in public or online (regardless if it is a politician or not) is punishable via the protection from harassment act...

we can’t have the cake and eat it. We either follow the law or we don’t. When there is no democracy and no means of changing the law, then revolting is the only option. In lebanon, we are not revolting, we want to pick and chose what we apply and what we don’t, whom we apply it on and whom we don’t... which I find ridiculous.
 

JustLeb

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I also compared demonstrating/rioting to tweeting. I add two points to that:
1- years ago there was the law of lèse-majesté - where you would be arrested for cursing the monarch. This has been abolished but while it was in place, yes you would be arrested for cursing the monarch.
2- even today, cursing loudly in public can lead to incarceration, as a preventative act against public disorder. Repeatedly cursing, threatening or abusing someone in public or online (regardless if it is a politician or not) is punishable via the protection from harassment act...

we can’t have the cake and eat it. We either follow the law or we don’t. When there is no democracy and no means of changing the law, then revolting is the only option. In lebanon, we are not revolting, we want to pick and chose what we apply and what we don’t, whom we apply it on and whom we don’t... which I find ridiculous.
[WIKIPEDIA]
Section 51 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 abolished the common law criminal offences of sedition and "leasing-making" in Scottish law. The latter offence was considered an offence of lèse-majesté or making remarks critical of the monarch of the United Kingdom. The final prosecution for this offence had occurred in 1715.[78]
 
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