October 17 Revolution [Breaking: subsidies lifted - implosion next?]

What do you think will happen next, after Hariri's resignation?

  • Stalemate - No govt will be formed

    Votes: 44 51.8%
  • New mini-government of specialists will be formed in less than 10 days

    Votes: 21 24.7%
  • Similar government with Hariri PM again

    Votes: 15 17.6%
  • Civil War

    Votes: 25 29.4%

  • Total voters
    85

Aegon

Well-Known Member
How dare I think of mocking aounists? you're simply the joke of the country... bassil the midget is the most mocked person in lebanon and that's a fact.

He's the most mocked and insulted person amongst all the expats! From Australia to US, Canada to Europe to Gulf. Massive voting organization is going on outside lebanon with LF and the rest of the anti-Bassil/anti-HA/anti-corruption forces. 2022 Thawra tsunami is coming
 

elAshtar

Legendary Member
أشارت الممثلة كارين رزق الله، عبر “تويتر”، الى أنه “بعد ما فضّى البلد من الفيول قال اليوم جايبلنا فيول ومفروض نشكرو”. وأرفقت تغريدتها بوسم “لبنان القوي”.

Yup, HA was caught storing 2 million liters of fuel Also, one of HA storage tanks exploded in Akkar. Moreover, HA is going to smuggle the oil he brought from Iran through Syria, back to Syria. W leffi feena ya dunia.😂
 

JB81

Legendary Member
The only achievement Aounists are banking on during the entire 3ahed is HA bringing fuel from Iran.

You exist because of HA balls and you brag because of HA achievements only. Do you have anything you did to be proud of apart from aoun waking up for poop time everyday and bassil being able to see past the podium?

Wayno Saad mesh masmou3 7esso?

By the way 3asha MBS w 3ashat elMamlaka
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
اول مرة بيلفتني الموريكس دور،
وسط المشهد الاسود الذي وصلنا اليه،
نافذة تعكس لبنان الرسالة،لبنان الثقافة،لبنان الجمال و الذوق.
لبنان ملتقى للفن العربي،
و ليس لبنان المقطوع عن العرب.
سوف يأتي من يقول وقت غير مناسب او شو هالهبل،
هذا الحفل،بشكله،هو رد على سياسات إلغاء لبنان و فكرة لبنان، و محاولة تغيير ثقافة و هوية لبنان.

 

Viral

Well-Known Member

Notice the NYT calls SHN Mr. Nasrallah and HA militant group not terrorist. Only Geagea and the Gemayel kids haven't learned their lesson yet...😉

With Fuel from Iran, Hezbollah Steps In Where Lebanon Has Failed


The militant group trucked more than 1 million gallons of diesel into Lebanon, flouting U.S. sanctions and billing itself as savior to a suffering population.

Sept. 16, 2021

BEIRUT, Lebanon — The Hezbollah militant group said it trucked more than a million gallons of Iranian diesel fuel into Lebanon from Syria on Thursday, celebrating the move as a way of spiting the United States while bringing much-needed aid to a country nearly paralyzed by fuel shortages.
With Lebanon suffering one of the worst economic collapses in modern history, Hezbollah portrayed itself as a national savior, stepping in where the Lebanese government and
its Western backers had failed.
Hezbollah supporters lined roads in northeastern Lebanon as dozens of tanker trucks arrived. They waved Hezbollah flags, distributed sweets, blasted heroic anthems and fired rocket-propelled grenades into the air in celebration.
The fuel delivery — which a Hezbollah official said was the first installment of more than 13 million gallons — underscored the severity of Lebanon’s crisis, as well as the government’s failure to address it. Unable to secure help from elsewhere, it has turned to war-torn Syria and economically damaged Iran.

The move appeared to violate American sanctions involving the purchase of Iranian oil, but it was unclear Thursday whether the United States would press the issue. Hezbollah, considered a terrorist organization by the United States, is already subject to American sanctions. Although the group is part of Lebanon’s government, it appeared to be acting independently.
The American Embassy in Beirut declined to comment on Thursday. But when Hezbollah announced last month that fuel was on the way from Iran, the American ambassador played down any threat of punitive measures.
“I don’t think anyone is going to fall on their sword if someone’s able to get fuel into hospitals that need it,” the ambassador, Dorothy Shea, told Al Arabiya English.
The fuel arrived as Lebanon struggles through what the World Bank has called one of the world’s worst economic meltdowns since the mid-1800s. Since the fall of 2019, the national currency has lost 90 percent of its value, and prices for many goods have tripled.
Fuel shortages have caused widespread electricity cuts and left many Lebanese waiting in long lines to fill up their cars.
The convoy’s arrival highlighted the near absence of the Lebanese state.


A woman tossing flower petals and rice at the convoy in a village in northeastern Lebanon.

A woman tossing flower petals and rice at the convoy in a village in northeastern Lebanon.Credit...Issam Abdallah/Reuters

The government bodies charged with overseeing energy imports were not involved with the delivery. The trucks drove from Syria into Lebanon over an open stretch of land, not via an official border crossing, with no customs or security checks. It was unclear whether the imports had any legal authorization or if any taxes would be paid on them.
Prime Minister Najib Mikati, who formed a new cabinet this week and has vowed to work to ease the country’s woes, made no public statement about the fuel shipment on Thursday. Nor did the authorities overseeing the borders.
“The country is facing a serious crisis, so the government couldn’t care less whether the trucks entered legally or illegally,” said Elias Farhat, a retired general in the Lebanese Army. “We’re in an emergency situation.”
The shipment was the first tranche of 13.2 million gallons an Iranian ship delivered to the port of Baniyas, Syria, this week, Ahmed Raya, a Hezbollah media official, said. The rest will take several days to offload and transport to Lebanon.
TankerTrackers.com, a group that tracks global oil shipments, estimated that the ship carried less than eight million gallons.
The fuel crisis set off a showdown of sorts between Hezbollah and its allies and the United States over who could act faster to ease the people’s pain,
a competition that Hezbollah won, at least for the day.

Nearly every step of the fuel’s journey was a challenge to the United States, which has imposed sanctions on the purchase of Iranian oil, the Syrian government, Hezbollah and the Hezbollah-linked company that will distribute the fuel inside Lebanon.
Hezbollah’s secretary general, Hassan Nasrallah, said the fuel had been paid for by unnamed Lebanese businessmen and that most of it would be donated to institutions that included government hospitals, nursing homes, orphanages, the Lebanese Red Cross and organizations involved in water distribution.
Cut-rate fuel will also be sold to private hospitals, medicine factories, bakeries, supermarkets and private electricity providers, he said.
“Our aim is not trade or profit,”
Mr. Nasrallah said in a speech on Tuesday. “Our aim is to alleviate the suffering of the people.”
He also said three more Iranian ships, one carrying gasoline and two carrying diesel, were en route to Syria.
Jessica Obeid, an energy policy consultant and nonresident scholar at the Middle East Institute, said that the one million gallons Hezbollah reported bringing in Thursday was not a lot relative to the country’s needs, but that it could help individual institutions.
A hospital generator, for example, might burn about 26 gallons per hour, she said.
But stepping in where the state had failed was a political coup for Hezbollah, whose image as the nation’s defender had been tarnished by its participation in Syria’s civil war and its opposition to a grass-roots protest movement that sought to end government corruption.

Hezbollah has blamed the United States for Lebanon’s economic crisis, claiming that it has put Lebanon under siege. In fact, United States sanctions focus overwhelmingly on Hezbollah and its allies, not the Lebanese state, whose dysfunction and corruption are at the root of the crisis.


The convoy of trucks carrying Iranian fuel driving through Al Ain, Lebanon, on Thursday.

The convoy of trucks carrying Iranian fuel driving through Al Ain, Lebanon, on Thursday.Credit...Bilal Hussein/Associated Press


The United States is the largest donor of humanitarian aid to Lebanon, and the Biden administration announced a new $100 million aid package last month aimed at providing assistance for food, health care, security, water and sanitation.
But Hezbollah portrayed the arrival of the convoy on Thursday in heroic terms, saying it had
“broken the American siege,” a line of thinking that many Lebanese will most likely accept.
“This feeds into the image that Hezbollah has won the battle of perseverance against the U.S. siege, and that kind of image is what the organization is trying to reflect,” said Mohanad Hage Ali, a fellow at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut.
After Mr. Nasrallah’s announcement, Ms. Shea, the United States ambassador, said she was working to put in place another arrangement to help solve Lebanon’s energy crisis. It calls for natural gas from Egypt to be sent to Jordan and transferred to Lebanon via a pipeline through Syria.
A high-level delegation from Lebanon visited Damascus, Syria, this month to discuss the plan, but its details remain unclear, including how long it will take to repair the pipeline, who will pay for it and what fees Syria will charge for letting the gas pass through its territory.


That could pose yet another challenge to the United States, which has sanctions against anyone who does business with the Syrian government.

The deep suffering of the Lebanese made it unlikely that the United States would punish anyone for accepting the sanctioned Iranian fuel.
“I’m not sure how willing the U.S. is to risk placing sanctions on a needy population,” Mr. Hage Ali said. “That would paint the U.S. as being harsh and heavy-handed, and that is a win for Hezbollah.”
 
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elAshtar

Legendary Member
اول مرة بيلفتني الموريكس دور،
وسط المشهد الاسود الذي وصلنا اليه،
نافذة تعكس لبنان الرسالة،لبنان الثقافة،لبنان الجمال و الذوق.
لبنان ملتقى للفن العربي،
و ليس لبنان المقطوع عن العرب.
سوف يأتي من يقول وقت غير مناسب او شو هالهبل،
هذا الحفل،بشكله،هو رد على سياسات إلغاء لبنان و فكرة لبنان، و محاولة تغيير ثقافة و هوية لبنان.

لبنان الرسالة؟😂 او ماي غاد🤩🤩
هيدي متل لما كانو يعلمونا بالابتدائي انو لبنان صلة وصل الشرق بالغرب ههه
ومنيحة هيدي "فكرة لبنان"
 

Ashrafieh LF

New Member

Notice the NYT calls SHN Mr. Nasrallah and HA militant group not terrorist. Only Geagea and the Gemayel kids haven't learned their lesson yet...😉

With Fuel from Iran, Hezbollah Steps In Where Lebanon Has Failed


The militant group trucked more than 1 million gallons of diesel into Lebanon, flouting U.S. sanctions and billing itself as savior to a suffering population.

Sept. 16, 2021

BEIRUT, Lebanon — The Hezbollah militant group said it trucked more than a million gallons of Iranian diesel fuel into Lebanon from Syria on Thursday, celebrating the move as a way of spiting the United States while bringing much-needed aid to a country nearly paralyzed by fuel shortages.
With Lebanon suffering one of the worst economic collapses in modern history, Hezbollah portrayed itself as a national savior, stepping in where the Lebanese government and
its Western backers had failed.
Hezbollah supporters lined roads in northeastern Lebanon as dozens of tanker trucks arrived. They waved Hezbollah flags, distributed sweets, blasted heroic anthems and fired rocket-propelled grenades into the air in celebration.
The fuel delivery — which a Hezbollah official said was the first installment of more than 13 million gallons — underscored the severity of Lebanon’s crisis, as well as the government’s failure to address it. Unable to secure help from elsewhere, it has turned to war-torn Syria and economically damaged Iran.

The move appeared to violate American sanctions involving the purchase of Iranian oil, but it was unclear Thursday whether the United States would press the issue. Hezbollah, considered a terrorist organization by the United States, is already subject to American sanctions. Although the group is part of Lebanon’s government, it appeared to be acting independently.
The American Embassy in Beirut declined to comment on Thursday. But when Hezbollah announced last month that fuel was on the way from Iran, the American ambassador played down any threat of punitive measures.
“I don’t think anyone is going to fall on their sword if someone’s able to get fuel into hospitals that need it,” the ambassador, Dorothy Shea, told Al Arabiya English.
The fuel arrived as Lebanon struggles through what the World Bank has called one of the world’s worst economic meltdowns since the mid-1800s. Since the fall of 2019, the national currency has lost 90 percent of its value, and prices for many goods have tripled.
Fuel shortages have caused widespread electricity cuts and left many Lebanese waiting in long lines to fill up their cars.
The convoy’s arrival highlighted the near absence of the Lebanese state.


A woman tossing flower petals and rice at the convoy in a village in northeastern Lebanon.

A woman tossing flower petals and rice at the convoy in a village in northeastern Lebanon.Credit...Issam Abdallah/Reuters

The government bodies charged with overseeing energy imports were not involved with the delivery. The trucks drove from Syria into Lebanon over an open stretch of land, not via an official border crossing, with no customs or security checks. It was unclear whether the imports had any legal authorization or if any taxes would be paid on them.
Prime Minister Najib Mikati, who formed a new cabinet this week and has vowed to work to ease the country’s woes, made no public statement about the fuel shipment on Thursday. Nor did the authorities overseeing the borders.
“The country is facing a serious crisis, so the government couldn’t care less whether the trucks entered legally or illegally,” said Elias Farhat, a retired general in the Lebanese Army. “We’re in an emergency situation.”
The shipment was the first tranche of 13.2 million gallons an Iranian ship delivered to the port of Baniyas, Syria, this week, Ahmed Raya, a Hezbollah media official, said. The rest will take several days to offload and transport to Lebanon.
TankerTrackers.com, a group that tracks global oil shipments, estimated that the ship carried less than eight million gallons.
The fuel crisis set off a showdown of sorts between Hezbollah and its allies and the United States over who could act faster to ease the people’s pain,
a competition that Hezbollah won, at least for the day.

Nearly every step of the fuel’s journey was a challenge to the United States, which has imposed sanctions on the purchase of Iranian oil, the Syrian government, Hezbollah and the Hezbollah-linked company that will distribute the fuel inside Lebanon.
Hezbollah’s secretary general, Hassan Nasrallah, said the fuel had been paid for by unnamed Lebanese businessmen and that most of it would be donated to institutions that included government hospitals, nursing homes, orphanages, the Lebanese Red Cross and organizations involved in water distribution.
Cut-rate fuel will also be sold to private hospitals, medicine factories, bakeries, supermarkets and private electricity providers, he said.
“Our aim is not trade or profit,”
Mr. Nasrallah said in a speech on Tuesday. “Our aim is to alleviate the suffering of the people.”
He also said three more Iranian ships, one carrying gasoline and two carrying diesel, were en route to Syria.
Jessica Obeid, an energy policy consultant and nonresident scholar at the Middle East Institute, said that the one million gallons Hezbollah reported bringing in Thursday was not a lot relative to the country’s needs, but that it could help individual institutions.
A hospital generator, for example, might burn about 26 gallons per hour, she said.
But stepping in where the state had failed was a political coup for Hezbollah, whose image as the nation’s defender had been tarnished by its participation in Syria’s civil war and its opposition to a grass-roots protest movement that sought to end government corruption.

Hezbollah has blamed the United States for Lebanon’s economic crisis, claiming that it has put Lebanon under siege. In fact, United States sanctions focus overwhelmingly on Hezbollah and its allies, not the Lebanese state, whose dysfunction and corruption are at the root of the crisis.


The convoy of trucks carrying Iranian fuel driving through Al Ain, Lebanon, on Thursday.

The convoy of trucks carrying Iranian fuel driving through Al Ain, Lebanon, on Thursday.Credit...Bilal Hussein/Associated Press


The United States is the largest donor of humanitarian aid to Lebanon, and the Biden administration announced a new $100 million aid package last month aimed at providing assistance for food, health care, security, water and sanitation.
But Hezbollah portrayed the arrival of the convoy on Thursday in heroic terms, saying it had
“broken the American siege,” a line of thinking that many Lebanese will most likely accept.
“This feeds into the image that Hezbollah has won the battle of perseverance against the U.S. siege, and that kind of image is what the organization is trying to reflect,” said Mohanad Hage Ali, a fellow at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut.
After Mr. Nasrallah’s announcement, Ms. Shea, the United States ambassador, said she was working to put in place another arrangement to help solve Lebanon’s energy crisis. It calls for natural gas from Egypt to be sent to Jordan and transferred to Lebanon via a pipeline through Syria.
A high-level delegation from Lebanon visited Damascus, Syria, this month to discuss the plan, but its details remain unclear, including how long it will take to repair the pipeline, who will pay for it and what fees Syria will charge for letting the gas pass through its territory.


That could pose yet another challenge to the United States, which has sanctions against anyone who does business with the Syrian government.

The deep suffering of the Lebanese made it unlikely that the United States would punish anyone for accepting the sanctioned Iranian fuel.
“I’m not sure how willing the U.S. is to risk placing sanctions on a needy population,” Mr. Hage Ali said. “That would paint the U.S. as being harsh and heavy-handed, and that is a win for Hezbollah.”

1)what do you want them to call him? Mrs Nasrallah??

2) NY Times called ISIS militants too so ma tombosit ktir:

A reprisal strike killed two ISIS militants and wounded another.​


 

HmsBThn

Legendary Member
1)what do you want them to call him? Mrs Nasrallah??

2) NY Times called ISIS militants too so ma tombosit ktir:

A reprisal strike killed two ISIS militants and wounded another.​



Watch, they will declare a divine victory over a leftist newspaper calling him Mr and will start shooting RPGs on their own towns. Don't underestimate brainwashing.
 

Viral

Well-Known Member
:lol: Everybody knows that the New York Times is the biggest leftist newspaper in America.
It's financed by Iran and North Korea :lol:
The Jewish communists who are its editors helped your buddy Biden get into power.
They must have done something right that you didn't then. Loser:cigar:
Ma tetzeka 3layna…we know the game better than you do. ;)
Apparently you know $hit otherwise Trump the failure would have won☝️☝️☝️
 
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flag-waver

Well-Known Member
Yup, HA was caught storing 2 million liters of fuel Also, one of HA storage tanks exploded in Akkar. Moreover, HA is going to smuggle the oil he brought from Iran through Syria, back to Syria. W leffi feena ya dunia.😂

This is the state’s job not HA or any party. The same state that HA is in and has been in since 2005. The whole state with security forces are under HA command. Get caught 2al!
 

NewLeb

Active Member
Apparently you know $hit otherwise Trump the failure would have won☝️☝️☝️

Oh, really?

Did they win when they “killed” Jesus? Did they win when they killed Hussein?

I don’t think so. In the world of lies, Trump may have lost. But in the Spirit of Truth, he is still president…which will be ultimately confirmed in due time.
 

flag-waver

Well-Known Member
Li Mesh 3ejbo yrou7 3end za3imo fased y3abbilo

Wlek shou hal sha3b nejjess

This is why the state has collapsed. This kind of mentality. You are allied with HA who in turn is allied to Berri and SSNP and Franjiyeh. All you guys are in the state w bta3mele 7alak against the state. One day ma3 Mikati and one day ma3 Hariri and one day voting for Berri and one day against Berri. It is no wonder we are where we are. Your just a bunch of hypocrites who were used by HA as a christian cover. A christian cover that hopefully in the next elections will be disposed of. and if not disposed of then the Lebanese people let them suffer the consequences of their actions.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter

Notice the NYT calls SHN Mr. Nasrallah and HA militant group not terrorist. Only Geagea and the Gemayel kids haven't learned their lesson yet...😉


Notice how they also call them an extremist group in another article. Most welcome :)

⬇️

"Lokman Slim was a rare Shiite Muslim who openly criticized the extremist group for its militancy"

 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Yup, HA was caught storing 2 million liters of fuel Also, one of HA storage tanks exploded in Akkar. Moreover, HA is going to smuggle the oil he brought from Iran through Syria, back to Syria. W leffi feena ya dunia.😂

In a recent interview with France24, Shia cleric Sheikh Sadiq Al-Nabulsi acknowledged that cross-border smuggling was an integral part of the militia’s work

 
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