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Palestinians exchanging the LEBANESE flag with the palestinian one in Nahr el Bered

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Shangleesh

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The bombings of South Lebanon were deplorable, as I said, and I even attended a protest here in New York during the war demanding Israel leave Lebanon alone. That said, they're still the ones I turn to when Palestinian terrorists need to be cleaned out.

My areas weren't spared. As I said, I'm half Shi'ite and my family has a village in South Lebanon which Israel splattered with clusterbombs.

why was the bombing deplorable, doesn't Israel the country you support have a right to defend herself?
 

kappa273

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I am defending FEI now. Show me once where i defended this group or stop spreading your lies.

Who taught you this trickery, George W. Bush, so if i am against the war in Iraq than i am a supporter of Saddam? Or if i oppose the war in Afghanistan i am a supporter of Bin Laden and the Taliban?

apparently you failed to realize that you have done the same things with all who don't agree with your opinion..

you make them Bashir Gemayel supporters and worshippers although they may not agree with him...

that's the same analogy...

back to the topic..

you are distributing qualities, descriptions and nationalities right and left...

i am interested in knowing what your nationality is?
are you lebanese or palestinian?
are you a democratic left, an old left or new left (copyrighted)?
are you a communist, a SSNP, a simple anarchist who criticizes for the sake of criticizing?

it is so easy to criticize...
the americans shouldn't have dropped the bomb over Hiroshima or Nagazaki..
the americans shouldn't have tried to assassinate Hitler
the americans shouldn't have participated in WWII
the americans shouldn't have helped the allies in WWI
the allies shouldn't have come to the rescue of Easter and Western Europe..

these are examples of comments given by people.. the problem is that this is where they stop... no solution, no evaluation of the situation.. and they are the farthest away from reality although they give the impression to be calling for utopia...

kappa
 

LibnanSoldier

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But they are mostly supporters of a terrorist organization, thus they are the enemies of Israel.

Yes, they are. But these civilians never proposed any attack on the Israelis. Sabra and Shatila was different. Palestinians were doing what they were doing in much larger numbers. Civilians were attacked because Lebanese civilians were attacked for many years before S&S. In the 2006 War, Hezbollah had barely touched the civilians of Israel, minus a few casualties.
 

Shuyu3i

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You mean socialism is a better system? Fix the corruption first, then deal with the Palestinians, not before. In the meantime, there are no jobs to spare and Lebanon is overcrowded, especially with thugs.



Not me, you the Syrians sent workers here and gave them citizenships, and you want to do the same with the Palestinians.



It's relevant to the discussion since you support their ideals. You put the interests of foreigners over Lebanese interests.



The Lebanese did not throw them out of Palestine, yet, Arafat found the time to wage wars on Lebanon when he should have been concentrating his efforts on returning to where he came from.



I think it would be in their interest and our interest that they move to Europe or America as you suggested. They can be better absorbed there until they find a solution for them.



It's not a matter of thinking they trangressed on Lebanese soil, it's a matter of fact. Lebanese thugs should get a taste of Lebanese justice, and I support the version you suggested. I would very much like for the Lebanese army to flatten Bcharreh and the Chouf region, that's when the Lebanese army will truely earn it's title. But I would especially like for LA to storm the Serail, Baabda Palace, Bkerke, the Lebanese Parliament and arrest the traitors. That's when the Lebanese people can start feeling safe at home and have confidence in their gov't and army.



It is in Lebanese interests that the Palestinians are off Lebanese soil permanently, there is no denying that. I can't worry about their feelings when they allow thugs to run their affairs.

Do not forget who's gov it was at that time who gave the Syrians citizenship.
 

Shangleesh

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i am interested in knowing what your nationality is?
are you lebanese or palestinian?
are you a democratic left, an old left or new left (copyrighted)?
are you a communist, a SSNP, a simple anarchist who criticizes for the sake of criticizing?

I am a Human Being and that is enough. My nationality is irrelevant. Some people think i am Saudi since Saudi Arabia is the new Lebanese Boogeyman, last year i was Syrian.
 

Shangleesh

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Yes, they are. But these civilians never proposed any attack on the Israelis. Sabra and Shatila was different. Palestinians were doing what they were doing in much larger numbers. Civilians were attacked because Lebanese civilians were attacked for many years before S&S. In the 2006 War, Hezbollah had barely touched the civilians of Israel, minus a few casualties.

How do you know these civilians never proposed any attack but the Palestinian civilians did?

What does a Palestinian civilian have to do with the armed parties just like the Lebanese in the south and Hizballah?
 

Shuyu3i

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apparently you failed to realize that you have done the same things with all who don't agree with your opinion..

you make them Bashir Gemayel supporters and worshippers although they may not agree with him...

that's the same analogy...

back to the topic..

you are distributing qualities, descriptions and nationalities right and left...

i am interested in knowing what your nationality is?
are you lebanese or palestinian?
are you a democratic left, an old left or new left (copyrighted)?
are you a communist, a SSNP, a simple anarchist who criticizes for the sake of criticizing?

it is so easy to criticize...
the americans shouldn't have dropped the bomb over Hiroshima or Nagazaki..
the americans shouldn't have tried to assassinate Hitler
the americans shouldn't have participated in WWII
the americans shouldn't have helped the allies in WWI
the allies shouldn't have come to the rescue of Easter and Western Europe..

these are examples of comments given by people.. the problem is that this is where they stop... no solution, no evaluation of the situation.. and they are the farthest away from reality although they give the impression to be calling for utopia...

kappa

there is no way this guy is a communist. We believe in a free independant country with a STRONG state and army.
 

LibnanSoldier

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How do you know these civilians never proposed any attack but the Palestinian civilians did?

What does a Palestinian civilian have to do with the armed parties just like the Lebanese in the south and Hizballah?

As I said, it was different. Palestinian Organizations had harmed our people so much that we had every right to harm their's. Loss of civilian life is always bad, but it is hard to feel sympathetic for Palestinians because they had been doing what we did to them for years. Last year, Hezbollah caused little civilian casualties in Israel, but Israel caused many in Lebanon, and that was not justified.
 

kappa273

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I am a Human Being and that is enough. My nationality is irrelevant. Some people think i am Saudi since Saudi Arabia is the new Lebanese Boogeyman, last year i was Syrian.

typical anarchist behavior..

even unable to describe himself because most likely he will fall in his own trap of empty criticism...

kappa
 

Shangleesh

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there is no way this guy is a communist. We believe in a free independant country with a STRONG state and army.

You are the fake communist supporting the Lebanese elites. What kind of communist are you, definitely a Stalinist.

You support a strong capitalist state run by sectarian Lebanese leaders. What happened to the class struggle?
 
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