Merkel Germany Chancellor visit to Lebanon

Thawra # Furoshima

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An important visit from the German Chancellor Thursday and Friday in Lebanon.
Refugees and economic relations on the top of the menu before a very important European meeting on Refugees at the end of June.
The debate is almost tearing apart the European Union.
 

Patriot

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An important visit from the German Chancellor Thursday and Friday in Lebanon.
Refugees and economic relations on the top of the menu before a very important European meeting on Refugees at the end of June.
The debate is almost tearing apart the European Union.

This is a very important visit indeed
Lebanon is the country that is pushing the most for Syrian refugees return. And probably are the closest to it.

Refugees in Lebanon returning back home will prove to everyone in Europe that Syria is safe.
And Eliminate the ‘humanitarian’ factor from the equation.

This will instantly encourage EU on sending their refugees back to Syria
the EU has the power to pressure the UN on helping there in case they remained displaced within Syria

All can be kicked off following a single signature from Bashar al Assad

Lebanese government need to initiate official talks with the Syrian government at once in preparations for the inevitable.
 

Indie

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An important visit from the German Chancellor Thursday and Friday in Lebanon.
Refugees and economic relations on the top of the menu before a very important European meeting on Refugees at the end of June.
The debate is almost tearing apart the European Union.


#Bassil_al_Qawi we are counting on you!
 

My Moria Moon

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War is literally over in big parts in Syria and the major cities where the majority of refugees come from, yet millions of them are still ya jabal ma yhizzak ree7, in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, laz2a. What gives?

Other than enjoying the parasitizing mode that comes with a refugee status, what makes a folk prefer to keep living in tents, in misery, hundreds of miles away from home, over going back to their own land and own homes?

Take our Lebanese shia civilians for example. During the 2006 war, they fled their southern lands in hundred thousands, many to Syria. The minute they heard the Israeli airbombing stopped, dawwaro w rej3o harwale, while the ink of the ceasefire agreement had not dried yet.
How come.

What we should lobby and work for, is for the sudden and brutal cut of all UN aids to these people, with the exception for obvious humanitarian cases like those in need for acute medicare and such. The rest will need a helpful dafshe in the right direction.
 

My Moria Moon

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Jeye 2ida fadiye aw fi gato?
#mech_foret_noire

Say no to this shebang :hungry:

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Manifesto

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How did you come to that conclusion?
I think my Lady he love the fact that she accepted 1 million refugees specially Syrians


Despite being the world's most powerful woman, she used her influence for good.
She kept her sanity and didn't yield to pressure at a time when right-wing populism was sweeping Europe.
She was kind enough to share some of the burden of refugees flooding the continent.
Under her leadership, Germany became the largest economy in Europe, 4th largest in the world.
She's undeniably smart and witty.
Here's what she had to say about Putin, after he brought his dog to a meeting in order to scare her:
“I understand why he has to do this, to prove he’s a man,” Mrs Merkel said. “He’s afraid of his own weakness. Russia has nothing, no successful politics or economy. All they have is this.”

Germany <3
 

Manifesto

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German GDP: 3.467 trillion USD (2016)

Russian GDP: 1.283 trillion USD (2016)

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

@LVV

A country 47 times smaller than Russia, has a 3 times bigger economy.
 
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