joseph_lubnan said:What matters above all is the well being of Lebanon and its people.
Lebanon needs to clean house and consolidate its control on security within the country. This cannot happen with many factions still holding weapons outside the national army and security departments. All weapons must be removed from Hizbullah and the palestinians. All arguments against cleaning the weapons issue are not in the best interest of Lebanons. Anyone that beleives otherwise is either naive, brainwashed or worse working against the stability and prosperity of Lebanon.
In my opinion Hizbullah can support a gov or withdraw and is entitled to have his opinions and act upon them. What Hizbullah is not entitled to have is arms. not even a single bullet.
Thanks, this shows me a lot. So everyone believing other than you think is either "naive, brainwashed or working against the instability of Lebanon"! I am one that believes in something other than you think. I am not a Hizb supporter or member. And I (the brainwashed or the naive or ...) am not ready to talk with you with your logic. So believe me, if we have people like you making discussions with Hizb leaderships, these discussions will be over by now because Hizb does not respect people (like you) that do not respect them. GOT IT.
And to answer you with my naive logic Mr Joseph, you can impose a good security system without taking Hizb arms because the only place Hizb is making security measures is to protect his leadership (ONE BLOCK IN DAHIE and around the house of his leaders in south or in Beckaa LIKE EVERY OTHER LEADER IN LEBANON). The rest of his arms are at the border. So instead of hiding behind your finger and blaming the Hizb on these security failures, see what is the real problem as General Aoun said and come and talk to me with another tone. Oh, I forgot, I am working for the insecurity of Lebanon maybe. Get Over It.