You can reach to her on Twitter.Yo2borneh Allah shu tayyoobeh w zakiyyeh. Who's she? Is she married? Would she marry me, please? If she's reading the forum, please reach out.
Why are you always looking for a handout? You have to pay your jezya! Or we will take your women as sabaya. That is the way of the world.When yo condemn your religion , that its an evil cult, based on baltajiye, sbabaya, jezzya, killing the converter...etc.. ghazzawat.....sword, blood sheding evils... we will do it.
You could have easily voted for the electricity plan of Bassil before the economic meltdown, all that was needed was a shiite cover which you weren't providing. Would have save 2 billion dollars a year. That is a small example.What did you want us to do?
It's funny, because I agree with you on the last piece of this, but you're so reflexively aggressive, it's impossible to pretend to have an actual conversation.
The justification for HA involving itself in the Syria war (regardless of the merits of doing so, and I think there are some), was that we have to do it because there are terror attacks in Lebanon, and we need to stop beheadings in Syria before they reach Lebanon (I'm essentializing, but broadly speaking). Now there are actual beheadings in France, they are happening. The government has determined that the route to deal with that is to stop external funding of religious extremism and increase social welfare policies, among other things. But everyone is trying to distract from that issue and turn it into a question of speech and cartoons. And SHN's response is that France's broad speech laws are the root cause. Would he have accepted that justification in the early days of the Syria war before there was an insurgency and when protestors were being violently surpassed? I.E., would he agree that the rise of the violent Syria insurgency was mainly due to Bashar's *suppression* of speech and protest--as many believe? More immediately important, do you have accept that?
For words to mean anything, there has to be a distinction between insulting *Muslims* as individuals and as people and mocking a religion--or the idea of it. The former can often be hate speech. The latter is just speech. Bad taste is not criminal.
Is the comparison you really want to draw for why cartoons mocking Islam should be banned that denial of the Holocaust is banned? Are you sure you want to say that because, on the continent where 12 million people were exterminated and much of a destructive war against fascism was fought, state have laws criminalizing the *denial* of that historical fact, they therefore must create other restrictions to speech that offends your sensibilities? That because that same continent has decided that it does not want to give rise to the conditions that led to the extermination of 12 million people, i.e., denial of the existence of their extermination, that it should also disallow mockery of a religion--mind you not of the actual people that practice the religion--but the idea of the religion?
By the way, much of the holocaust denial laws were put in place to combat extremist white supremacists who were peddling in these theories. Their explicit purpose was to stamp out actual Nazism in Europe. So the corner your painting yourself in is with these bedfellows.
Finally, because we've already turned this away from the immediate issue of how France is dealing with right wing extremist violence, I think there are actually a lot of areas that are subject to intelligent debate on the freedom of speech/religion issue: is Macron's broad approach the right one (I think very mixed, yes and no in different areas, I'm turned off by some of the rhetoric he's using). Is preventing people from displaying religious symbols (hijab, crucifixes, turbans) in public properties a valid western democracy approach (I think no, it's an assault on both speech and freedom of religion). But I don't think we're having that debate.
You can reach to her on Twitter.
apparently her name is Enass Karimeh
She says she is journalist at Lebanon24, but her accent does not seem lebanese.
Anyway allah ywafe2, don't forget to post photos here
PS. she is too much artificial I guess, I prefer Dima (beauty wise)
Enass bit7eb Omar and Abu Bakr...and she's on Mikati's payroll. Shedd 7alak shway...
Battel.... wein el roujouleh, ne7na ma mnerdalak heyk shiShe disabled the message feature. She knows she is too good to be true. If she isnt married, I just want to be her servant. To wipe the top of her toe nail every morning. Only that.
You could have easily voted for the electricity plan of Bassil before the economic meltdown, all that was needed was a shiite cover which you weren't providing. Would have save 2 billion dollars a year. That is a small example.
You could've empowered Jamil El Sayyed in the 2018 elections,
you could've pushed for him to be parliament speaker.
That is if you cared about right or wrong, fighting corruption, being with the righteous regardless of the cost like the great Imam Ali. But all your slogans are lies.
You have your priorities. We have ours. Our priority is to impede internal struggles among Shias. Your priority is to increase the Maronite share.
In our eyes Christian leaders are not the righteous to enter internal struggles among the Shias for them while they never miss an opportunity to show their will to apply sectarian preferences.
Beside that the discriminations and mistreatments Lebanese Shias have suffered over the world have never got any reaction from the Christian leaders. Not to talk about the aniti-HA campaign FPM made, very likely to please France and USA.
When yo condemn your religion , that its an evil cult, based on baltajiye, sbabaya, jezzya, killing the converter...etc.. ghazzawat.....sword, blood sheding evils... we will do it.