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Palestinian camps and surrounding blaze with anger as Lebanon tightens its labour permits rule

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    Video of security forces reacting over Palestinians protests as things start getting out of hand

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    In the above related topic/thread, I was the only one who suggested the Palestinian settlement in Lebanon is more of serious and imminent threat than the Syrian settlement for a simple reason: The Palestinians have no place to go since the Israelis are confiscation their land to build Jewish settlements for the Eastern European Jews and beyond let alone allowing Palestinian refugees the right to return.
    This is a prefect example where the Syrians in such case got the option to pack and leave back to Syria and live with dignity.
    Now let's hear from those who want to defend Israel and deny the fact that every problem in Lebanon has it's roots in the occupied Palestinian land since 1948. Long before Hezbollah existed or SHN was born...
     
    Manifesto

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    Fina ma ba2 nenfukh ktir bil jeish?
    The majority are good people, but sometimes they abuse their power.
    Also, they're not saint or martyrs. They're getting paid to do their job. There are jobs that carry greater risks. If a construction worker falls to his death would he be called a martyr?

    The tightening on Palestinian refugees is shameful. They deserve to live with dignity.
    Any overt display of patriotism is just xenophobia in disguise.
     
    Walidos

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    Fina ma ba2 nenfukh ktir bil jeish?
    The majority are good people, but sometimes they abuse their power.
    Also, they're not saint or martyrs. They're getting paid to do their job. There are jobs that carry greater risks. If a construction worker falls to his death would he be called a martyr?

    The tightening on Palestinian refugees is shameful. They deserve to live with dignity.
    Any overt display of patriotism is just xenophobia in disguise.
    Don’t be silly... requesting foreigners have work permits to work is applying the law.
    What a weird stance! You nag that we want a country and the rule of law and prosperity, and then want everybody to throw the law in the garbage bin because it is being applied to Palestinians? Walaw!
     
    !Aoune32

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    Fina ma ba2 nenfukh ktir bil jeish?
    The majority are good people, but sometimes they abuse their power.
    Also, they're not saint or martyrs. They're getting paid to do their job. There are jobs that carry greater risks. If a construction worker falls to his death would he be called a martyr?

    The tightening on Palestinian refugees is shameful. They deserve to live with dignity.
    Any overt display of patriotism is just xenophobia in disguise.
    Our LAF is here to kick their asses. :)
    Any terrorist, any person playing with our security.
    Our country has laws and laws will be implemented if they or the syrians like it or not. Out of 500 institutions 2 are Palestinians. Get a grip.
     
    Nonan

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    Fina ma ba2 nenfukh ktir bil jeish?
    The majority are good people, but sometimes they abuse their power.
    Also, they're not saint or martyrs. They're getting paid to do their job. There are jobs that carry greater risks. If a construction worker falls to his death would he be called a martyr?

    The tightening on Palestinian refugees is shameful. They deserve to live with dignity.
    Any overt display of patriotism is just xenophobia in disguise.
    More importantly , the army is not meant to do the police or anti riot job of which this is a perfect example. They are meant to fight terrorists and militiamen, not arrest a couple of hot headed bozos burning tires..,
     
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    More importantly , the army is not meant to do the police or anti riot job of which this is a perfect example. They are meant to fight terrorists and militiamen, not arrest a couple of hot headed bozos burning tires..,
    The ISF are crap. They get paid tax payers money for doing jack sh**
     
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    In the above related topic/thread, I was the only one who suggested the Palestinian settlement in Lebanon is more of serious and imminent threat than the Syrian settlement for a simple reason: The Palestinians have no place to go since the Israelis are confiscation their land to build Jewish settlements for the Eastern European Jews and beyond let alone allowing Palestinian refugees the right to return.
    This is a prefect example where the Syrians in such case got the option to pack and leave back to Syria and live with dignity.
    Now let's hear from those who want to defend Israel and deny the fact that every problem in Lebanon has it's roots in the occupied Palestinian land since 1948. Long before Hezbollah existed or SHN was born...
    Actually no, there used to be 500k Palestinians in Lebanon, today there are less than 200k. As long as they are continued to be treated like the trash they are, they'll eventually all live. Syrians are MUCH more of a threath, first because there are 2 million of them and second because they DON'T want to go back, majority of them are Islamists who supported ISIS, Al-Nusra and other Islamic groups and are to afraid to go back and be punished by Assad.
     
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    Actually no, there used to be 500k Palestinians in Lebanon, today there are less than 200k. As long as they are continued to be treated like the trash they are, they'll eventually all live. Syrians are MUCH more of a threath, first because there are 2 million of them and second because they DON'T want to go back, majority of them are Islamists who supported ISIS, Al-Nusra and other Islamic groups and are to afraid to go back and be punished by Assad.
    Actually your right but 300K syrians have gone back. I have high hopes that all will return by 2021-22.
     
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    They are not trash. They are human beings. We might not agree with them all the time but that's not a reason to dehumanize them.
    They dehumanize themselves. :)
    They continue to protest in our country but nothing in the other Jarab countries. Guess why that is?
     
    Weezy

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    Actually no, there used to be 500k Palestinians in Lebanon, today there are less than 200k. As long as they are continued to be treated like the trash they are, they'll eventually all live.
    @Jo Is this the kind of dialogue you're promoting here? Where are your mods.
     
    Rafidi

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    Fina ma ba2 nenfukh ktir bil jeish?
    The majority are good people, but sometimes they abuse their power.
    Also, they're not saint or martyrs. They're getting paid to do their job. There are jobs that carry greater risks. If a construction worker falls to his death would he be called a martyr?

    The tightening on Palestinian refugees is shameful. They deserve to live with dignity.
    Any overt display of patriotism is just xenophobia in disguise.
    It isn't about who the individuals represent as persons. It is who they represent as a country. They represent and serve the Lebanese flag. So yes, they deserve respect and honor. They are not construction workers. They are serving a country and spending their blood.
     
    Rafidi

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    Don’t be silly... requesting foreigners have work permits to work is applying the law.
    What a weird stance! You nag that we want a country and the rule of law and prosperity, and then want everybody to throw the law in the garbage bin because it is being applied to Palestinians? Walaw!
    Asking them to have work permit is long overdue. In fact, as refugees, who already receive aid from NGOs, they should be happy that they're allowed to work at all. They have overstayed their welcome in Lebanon. They have to leave back to their land or to some Arab country that can easily absorb them in. With all the sympathy I have for them, the laws of Lebanon must be respected as a country. If they try to cause chaos, the army should do the needful.
     
    Ice Tea

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    They are not trash. They are human beings. We might not agree with them all the time but that's not a reason to dehumanize them.
    The problem is Palestinians in Lebanon are among the most radicalized of their bunch, they are literally on par with Gazans in terms of Islamic extremism. Sorry, but just like I don't consider Al-qaeda, ISIS, Al-Nusra, Taliban or Hezbollah as humans I don't consider them either. Yes, terrorists should be dehumanized.
     
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    Asking them to have work permit is long overdue. In fact, as refugees, who already receive aid from NGOs, they should be happy that they're allowed to work at all. They have overstayed their welcome in Lebanon. They have to leave back to their land or to some Arab country that can easily absorb them in. With all the sympathy I have for them, the laws of Lebanon must be respected as a country. If they try to cause chaos, the army should do the needful.
    Then maybe you and your likes should stop pretending that you care about the Palestinian cause, because you obviously don't.
    If you really did, you would start by offering refugees a more dignified life.

    Let's be honest. The Palestinian cause is nothing but an excuse for Hizbullah to hold on to its weapons.
     
    Jo

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    There is no need to be sectarian or disrespect people now.

    The simple fact is that during this period, Lebanese should have the priority and that's what's happening.
     
    Rafidi

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    Then maybe you and your likes should stop pretending that you care about the Palestinian cause, because you obviously don't.
    If you really did, you would start by offering refugees a more dignified life.

    Let's be honest. The Palestinian cause is nothing but an excuse for Hizbullah to hold on to its weapons.
    Caring for their cause doesn't mean we should adopt them as compatriot. We care about their cause means they should go back home. We are not pretending that we care about their cause. We do because we want them to leave. Aside from the fact we do sympathize with them for humanitarian reason.
     
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