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How can anyone forgive or forget this savage crime by Geagea murdering not just Danny Chamoun and wife but the little children!


 
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    Convicted criminals in semi civilized societies lose their right to vote let alone dare dreaming to becoming President.
    Just like Mandela was convicted of a crime in Apartheid South Africa. Geagea will do a much better job than your president which is not saying much since ijr kerse would probably do better! Loool!
     
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    WORLD NEWS /29 AUG 2011

    Samir Geagea, the Last Relic of a Dirty War

    If there’s an oddity about former Lebanese militia leaders turning into suit-and-tie wearing politicians, the former Christian militia leader, Samir Geagea, deserves the richest degree of attention. The 59 year old has spent most of his life in a militia identified with violent sectarianism of a colossal proportion. Today, with his blood soaked hands, implications in notorious civil-war era massacres, years in solitary confinement and now a mouthpiece for belligerent politics – he’s about as old school as they get.
    During Lebanon’s disastrous 15-year civil war, the deadly Christian-Muslim tussle resulted in the death and displacement of thousands of people. This was also the peak of Mr. Geagea’s notoriety. He was second-in-command of the Lebanese Forces, a militia designed to defend Christian communities, from what it deemed as dominance and to an extent, annihilation, from Muslims and their allied Palestinian fighters. In 1994, four years after the official end of the Lebanese civil war, he was tried and found guilty for ordering several politically motivated assassinations. He was sentenced to four death sentences, each of which was commuted to life in prison.
    The Cedar Revolution, following the assassination of former Lebanese Premier Rafic Hariri, must have come as a divine intervention for Mr. Geagea. The Lebanese Parliament decided to grant amnesty to the former warlord for his civil war era crimes, and he came out with unalloyed delight to walk straight into a political coalition with his new ally, Saad Hariri – the son of the slain former premier.
    But if anybody thought that by releasing Mr. Geagea he would now somehow become an advocate for a peaceful pro-Lebanese and nationalistic ideology, they could not have been more wrong. The Lebanese state, which he had fought so hard to turn into a fiefdom of Bantustans and checkpoints, was certainly not welcome to give him lessons in patriotism and respect – so long as the prevailing political balance was not flipped is his favor. Indeed, the very idea of connecting this man with the words reform or democracy is a ludicrous one.
    Having been deprived of the leadership of the bulk of the Christian communities in Lebanon by his former nemesis, Michel Aoun of the Free Patriotic Movement, and being outwitted militarily by the Islamic movement Hezbollah, Geagea set his sights on being confined to advocating pitiful arguments akin to schoolgirl bickering in a manner which seemed to pit Lebanese against Lebanese, albeit unsuccessfully.
    This is simply because both his detractors as well as his political opponents refuse to dignify him with a response. And it comes with good reason. For all his talk of a democratic Lebanon, it is hard for any peace-loving Lebanese citizen to forget that this was the very man at the heart instigating a psychosis of death, hate and destruction. He has an abundance of like-minded followers who have been manipulated to stir up their militaristic passions.
    It started during the deadly 2006 Hezbollah-Israel war. The WikiLeaks saga now tells us that Mr. Geagea was already conspiring against his fellow Lebanese in Hezbollah by blaming its initiation of the war as leverage for turning the mind of Lebanese public opinion against it, thereby presenting it as an internal menace and potentially laying the ground for sectarian and domestic strife. Perhaps his eventual restraint, along with that of his March 14 allies, was derived less from sensitivity to their adversaries potential discontent than from a desire not to have their party offices windows smashed.
    By 2008, and in the post-war reconstruction phase, a 17-month long political crisis between the Geagea-allied March 14th Camp and the Hezbollah-allied March 8th Camp finally spiraled out of control. Once March 8th fighters, dominated by Hezbollah, had overrun March 14th militiamen in Western Beirut and its surrounding hilltops, Geagea although uncharacteristically silent, had reportedly amassed somewhere between 7,000 to 10,000 armed thugs ready to confront them on the pretext that the Lebanese army might fail to protect it from a possible onslaught into his Beirut bastion. In addition to this, he proposed to the same foreign diplomats that an Arab peace keeping force should be stationed in Lebanon to protect the incumbent government.
    It clearly showed the reckless and delusional climax that Mr. Geagea had reached.
    Firstly, there was never any threat to the Christian areas except in the mind of Geagea himself. Secondly, his armed men would not stand a chance of matching the power of Hezbollah. Thirdly, he pulled the rug out from under his own teachings by calling for foreign interference in Lebanese affairs. But even after his maneuvering came to a historical failure, the man who considered himself to be the torch, the teacher and the extinguisher, embarked on a mischief- stirring hike to the west and its Arab allies.
    Unfortunate for him, every time he appeared to be bending over backwards to concede to his hosts demands, it was always in the interests of them securing another one. It seems he forgot the old diplomatic lesson of never relying too much on anyone, for the worst situation can be to become seized by hysterical fear and start banging on the doors of others to come to your rescue. Mr. Geagea seems to have forgotten that such entreaties inevitably invite conditions.
    Today, Mr. Geagea has become an outspoken critic of anything and everything which he cannot control. The Hariri tribunal, the issue of sub-state weapons and armed groups, proportional representation in Parliament, executive procedure and even oil and gas disputes with foreign nations. Every sentence he utters is tinged with intellectual and moral cowardice. He argues that he’s attempting to overturn Lebanon’s degenerate mendacious democracy, yet he fails to offer even a scintilla of positive rationality towards national integration and cohesion.

    The sheer lunacy in his almost daily media appearances must make him crestfallen by his own rhetoric. He can no longer befog his words with bitingly delivered sound bites. The era where militiamen were never more alive than when watching their enemies die, is now long gone. His few remaining supporters should accept that he is not man who will propagate policies designed to better the politics of Lebanon but instead will only push for creating what he knows best: pandemonium.
     
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    From recent archives...



    WORLD NEWS /29 AUG 2011

    Samir Geagea, the Last Relic of a Dirty War

    If there’s an oddity about former Lebanese militia leaders turning into suit-and-tie wearing politicians, the former Christian militia leader, Samir Geagea, deserves the richest degree of attention. The 59 year old has spent most of his life in a militia identified with violent sectarianism of a colossal proportion. Today, with his blood soaked hands, implications in notorious civil-war era massacres, years in solitary confinement and now a mouthpiece for belligerent politics – he’s about as old school as they get.
    During Lebanon’s disastrous 15-year civil war, the deadly Christian-Muslim tussle resulted in the death and displacement of thousands of people. This was also the peak of Mr. Geagea’s notoriety. He was second-in-command of the Lebanese Forces, a militia designed to defend Christian communities, from what it deemed as dominance and to an extent, annihilation, from Muslims and their allied Palestinian fighters. In 1994, four years after the official end of the Lebanese civil war, he was tried and found guilty for ordering several politically motivated assassinations. He was sentenced to four death sentences, each of which was commuted to life in prison.
    The Cedar Revolution, following the assassination of former Lebanese Premier Rafic Hariri, must have come as a divine intervention for Mr. Geagea. The Lebanese Parliament decided to grant amnesty to the former warlord for his civil war era crimes, and he came out with unalloyed delight to walk straight into a political coalition with his new ally, Saad Hariri – the son of the slain former premier.
    But if anybody thought that by releasing Mr. Geagea he would now somehow become an advocate for a peaceful pro-Lebanese and nationalistic ideology, they could not have been more wrong. The Lebanese state, which he had fought so hard to turn into a fiefdom of Bantustans and checkpoints, was certainly not welcome to give him lessons in patriotism and respect – so long as the prevailing political balance was not flipped is his favor. Indeed, the very idea of connecting this man with the words reform or democracy is a ludicrous one.
    Having been deprived of the leadership of the bulk of the Christian communities in Lebanon by his former nemesis, Michel Aoun of the Free Patriotic Movement, and being outwitted militarily by the Islamic movement Hezbollah, Geagea set his sights on being confined to advocating pitiful arguments akin to schoolgirl bickering in a manner which seemed to pit Lebanese against Lebanese, albeit unsuccessfully.
    This is simply because both his detractors as well as his political opponents refuse to dignify him with a response. And it comes with good reason. For all his talk of a democratic Lebanon, it is hard for any peace-loving Lebanese citizen to forget that this was the very man at the heart instigating a psychosis of death, hate and destruction. He has an abundance of like-minded followers who have been manipulated to stir up their militaristic passions.
    It started during the deadly 2006 Hezbollah-Israel war. The WikiLeaks saga now tells us that Mr. Geagea was already conspiring against his fellow Lebanese in Hezbollah by blaming its initiation of the war as leverage for turning the mind of Lebanese public opinion against it, thereby presenting it as an internal menace and potentially laying the ground for sectarian and domestic strife. Perhaps his eventual restraint, along with that of his March 14 allies, was derived less from sensitivity to their adversaries potential discontent than from a desire not to have their party offices windows smashed.
    By 2008, and in the post-war reconstruction phase, a 17-month long political crisis between the Geagea-allied March 14th Camp and the Hezbollah-allied March 8th Camp finally spiraled out of control. Once March 8th fighters, dominated by Hezbollah, had overrun March 14th militiamen in Western Beirut and its surrounding hilltops, Geagea although uncharacteristically silent, had reportedly amassed somewhere between 7,000 to 10,000 armed thugs ready to confront them on the pretext that the Lebanese army might fail to protect it from a possible onslaught into his Beirut bastion. In addition to this, he proposed to the same foreign diplomats that an Arab peace keeping force should be stationed in Lebanon to protect the incumbent government.
    It clearly showed the reckless and delusional climax that Mr. Geagea had reached.
    Firstly, there was never any threat to the Christian areas except in the mind of Geagea himself. Secondly, his armed men would not stand a chance of matching the power of Hezbollah. Thirdly, he pulled the rug out from under his own teachings by calling for foreign interference in Lebanese affairs. But even after his maneuvering came to a historical failure, the man who considered himself to be the torch, the teacher and the extinguisher, embarked on a mischief- stirring hike to the west and its Arab allies.
    Unfortunate for him, every time he appeared to be bending over backwards to concede to his hosts demands, it was always in the interests of them securing another one. It seems he forgot the old diplomatic lesson of never relying too much on anyone, for the worst situation can be to become seized by hysterical fear and start banging on the doors of others to come to your rescue. Mr. Geagea seems to have forgotten that such entreaties inevitably invite conditions.
    Today, Mr. Geagea has become an outspoken critic of anything and everything which he cannot control. The Hariri tribunal, the issue of sub-state weapons and armed groups, proportional representation in Parliament, executive procedure and even oil and gas disputes with foreign nations. Every sentence he utters is tinged with intellectual and moral cowardice. He argues that he’s attempting to overturn Lebanon’s degenerate mendacious democracy, yet he fails to offer even a scintilla of positive rationality towards national integration and cohesion.

    The sheer lunacy in his almost daily media appearances must make him crestfallen by his own rhetoric. He can no longer befog his words with bitingly delivered sound bites. The era where militiamen were never more alive than when watching their enemies die, is now long gone. His few remaining supporters should accept that he is not man who will propagate policies designed to better the politics of Lebanon but instead will only push for creating what he knows best: pandemonium.

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    except elie hbeika who bite the dust..they are all there , alsammem , junblat , and the rest
     
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    Short List of Samir Geagea's War Crimes
    No single record can summarize Samir Geagea's crimes against humanity. There is no way to include all the crimes against civilians; the raping, the destruction of houses over their residents, the beheading of civilians and throwing their bodies under bridges, throwing people alive in valleys from bridges, sinking people with concrete blocks in their feet, and destroying houses of worship on their attendees. There is no way to compile a record of all Geagea's crimes, but for a small sample of his crimes is listed below.​
    War criminal Samir Geagea

    Samir Geagea, photo from Lebanese Forces Militia archive​




    June 13, 1978 - Samir Geagea led an attack against Tony Farngieh, a prominent Christian leader of North Lebanon at his summer family house. Franjieh was killed along with dozens of supporters.

    September, 1982 – Lebanese Forces militia, of which Geagea was a rising member at that point, participated in massacres against Palestinian refugees in camps in Beirut leaving more than a thousand casualties.

    1984 – Assassination of Ghaith Khoury, a potential threat to his command position, outside a beach resort in the Byblos area. Khoury's wife was injured and hospitalized. The wife was later shot on the operation table in the hospital.

    March 11, 1985 - Geagea led a bloody coup within his militia in collaboration with Elie Houbeika, which resulted in Houbeika assuming the leadership of the Lebanese Forces Militia.

    January 15, 1986 - Geagea led a bloody coup to claim leadership of the Lebanese Forces militia from Houbeika, leaving 600 dead of his own militia in one day. "After Houbeika's ouster, Karim Pakradouni assumed the number two position in the LF behind Geagea. During this period, he was instrumental in cultivating a rapprochement between the LF and Yasser Arafat. In 1987, Pakradouni visited Tunisia to meet Arafat and negotiated a deal whereby the Palestinians paid $15 million to the LF and President [Amine] Gemayel in return for the granting of Lebanese visas to five thousand PLO fighters, which allowed Arafat to reestablish an armed presence in the Palestinian refugee camps. This move dealt a major setback to both Israel, which had driven the PLO out of Beirut in 1982, and Syria, which had subsequently driven Arafat and his remaining loyalists out of north Lebanon." (Middle East Intelligence Bulletin)

    1986-1987 - Geagea's militia buried nuclear and chemical wastes in self-controlled region in exchange for millions of dollars. The Lebanese army worked later on removing the wastes and exporting them. "Jelly Wax, an Italian company, had been paying the Christian militia led by Geagea to store the toxics in Lebanon, including in a quarry near Beirut that once held 16,000 barrels and 20 containers of heavy metals, toxic pesticides, and other deadly chemicals. The Italian chemical barrels began to bubble over and explode, so the Lebanese Forces [militia] asked Mr. Pierre Malychef, one of Lebanon's most respected environmental scientists, to test them. He alerted the public that the barrels contain toxic chemicals, and he discovered other dumping sites scattered around the country. The Lebanese Forces [militia] were angered as their pollution kickback was threatened. The government jailed Malychef for a week for allegedly giving false testimony during an investigation of the dumping, but the charges were dropped. Months later, thugs paid by the Lebanese Forces militia severely beat him. By 1986, companies from Germany, Canada, and Belgium, secretly delivered toxic chemicals to other parts of Lebanon. Today, Lebanon is paying the price. According to a World Bank study, toxic dumping, along with Lebanon's own sewage and toxic waste problems, has led to contamination of 70% of the country's drinking water." (Living on Earth)

    1986 - Maronite Catholic Monsignor Khreish was kidnapped, tortured and killed for criticizing the acts of the Lebanese Forces militia.

    1987 - Geagea assassinated Lebanon's Prime Minister Rachid Karami. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1989 - Geagea assassinated Elias Zayek. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia led an open war against the Lebanese Armed Forces causing hundreds of casualties from the Lebanese Army and civilians over the course of 11 months.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia executed tens of arrested Lebanese Army soldiers with bullets to the back of their heads.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces arrested imprisoned and tortured families of Lebanese Army soldiers.

    April 18, 1990 - Geagea's snipers attacked a school bus killing eleven and wounding a couple dozens, mostly young students.

    October 1, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia attacked a group of civilians, mostly college men and women demonstrating for peace at Nahr el Mawt bridge checkpoint. They killed and wounded over a hundred civilians in 10 minutes.

    October 13, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia backed the Syrian army attacks on the Lebanese Presidential Palace and the Defense Ministry with artillery support. The Syrian troops took over the area and committed massacres against the surrendering Lebanese Army troops and civilians. Geagea's militia celebrated the fall of Lebanon and its army to the Syrians all night with gun shots and fireworks.

    October, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia killed prominent Christian leader Dany Chamoun with his wife and two children (ages 5 and 7) after the Syrians completely occupied the capital Beirut, and allowed their allies to take revenge. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1994 - Geagea was arrested after being accused for the explosion that destroyed a Catholic church killing tens or worshippers. The judges could not convict him "for insufficient evidence," per the official court statement. He was, however, convicted for three other assassination crimes, and was sentenced to death. The sentenced was reduced to lifetime in prison.

    July 18, 2005, Geagea was granted a pardon that suspended his life sentence and he was released from jail. The pardon included Geagea and tens of Al Qaeda-inspired extremists who were captured after terrorist attacks against the Lebanese Armed Forces and civilians in 2001.

    February 5, 2006 - A couple of the Al Qaeda extremists that were released from prison with Geagea a year before were among hundreds who attacked the Christian neighborhood of Ashrafieh in Beirut, and burnt a church in this riot. Geagea could claim no relation to that incident except that he was on air that day defending these gangsters as "our allies in the March 14 group." An hour later, Geagea was pressured to copy the positions' of Christian leaders that were condemning this violent act. He went on air again, and this time condemned the riot.

    January, 2007 - Samir Geagea's supporters shot demonstrators in several regions of Lebanon. At the entry of the city of Byblos, one of Geagea's supporters shot three civilians causing permanent injuries to two, and left the third one in a wheelchair for life.
     
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    They tell us why do you talk about Geagea's history; la2 badkon yena ne7keh 3an enjezeto w 7ezbo
     
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    Joe Lebanon

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    How can anyone forgive or forget this savage crime by Geagea murdering not just Danny Chamoun and wife but the little children!


    اعصابك يا زلمي! روح خود شي حبة قبل ما تنفلج!٠
     
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    Short List of Samir Geagea's War Crimes
    No single record can summarize Samir Geagea's crimes against humanity. There is no way to include all the crimes against civilians; the raping, the destruction of houses over their residents, the beheading of civilians and throwing their bodies under bridges, throwing people alive in valleys from bridges, sinking people with concrete blocks in their feet, and destroying houses of worship on their attendees. There is no way to compile a record of all Geagea's crimes, but for a small sample of his crimes is listed below.
    War criminal Samir Geagea

    Samir Geagea, photo from Lebanese Forces Militia archive​






    June 13, 1978 - Samir Geagea led an attack against Tony Farngieh, a prominent Christian leader of North Lebanon at his summer family house. Franjieh was killed along with dozens of supporters.

    September, 1982 – Lebanese Forces militia, of which Geagea was a rising member at that point, participated in massacres against Palestinian refugees in camps in Beirut leaving more than a thousand casualties.

    1984 – Assassination of Ghaith Khoury, a potential threat to his command position, outside a beach resort in the Byblos area. Khoury's wife was injured and hospitalized. The wife was later shot on the operation table in the hospital.

    March 11, 1985 - Geagea led a bloody coup within his militia in collaboration with Elie Houbeika, which resulted in Houbeika assuming the leadership of the Lebanese Forces Militia.

    January 15, 1986 - Geagea led a bloody coup to claim leadership of the Lebanese Forces militia from Houbeika, leaving 600 dead of his own militia in one day. "After Houbeika's ouster, Karim Pakradouni assumed the number two position in the LF behind Geagea. During this period, he was instrumental in cultivating a rapprochement between the LF and Yasser Arafat. In 1987, Pakradouni visited Tunisia to meet Arafat and negotiated a deal whereby the Palestinians paid $15 million to the LF and President [Amine] Gemayel in return for the granting of Lebanese visas to five thousand PLO fighters, which allowed Arafat to reestablish an armed presence in the Palestinian refugee camps. This move dealt a major setback to both Israel, which had driven the PLO out of Beirut in 1982, and Syria, which had subsequently driven Arafat and his remaining loyalists out of north Lebanon." (Middle East Intelligence Bulletin)

    1986-1987 - Geagea's militia buried nuclear and chemical wastes in self-controlled region in exchange for millions of dollars. The Lebanese army worked later on removing the wastes and exporting them. "Jelly Wax, an Italian company, had been paying the Christian militia led by Geagea to store the toxics in Lebanon, including in a quarry near Beirut that once held 16,000 barrels and 20 containers of heavy metals, toxic pesticides, and other deadly chemicals. The Italian chemical barrels began to bubble over and explode, so the Lebanese Forces [militia] asked Mr. Pierre Malychef, one of Lebanon's most respected environmental scientists, to test them. He alerted the public that the barrels contain toxic chemicals, and he discovered other dumping sites scattered around the country. The Lebanese Forces [militia] were angered as their pollution kickback was threatened. The government jailed Malychef for a week for allegedly giving false testimony during an investigation of the dumping, but the charges were dropped. Months later, thugs paid by the Lebanese Forces militia severely beat him. By 1986, companies from Germany, Canada, and Belgium, secretly delivered toxic chemicals to other parts of Lebanon. Today, Lebanon is paying the price. According to a World Bank study, toxic dumping, along with Lebanon's own sewage and toxic waste problems, has led to contamination of 70% of the country's drinking water." (Living on Earth)

    1986 - Maronite Catholic Monsignor Khreish was kidnapped, tortured and killed for criticizing the acts of the Lebanese Forces militia.

    1987 - Geagea assassinated Lebanon's Prime Minister Rachid Karami. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1989 - Geagea assassinated Elias Zayek. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia led an open war against the Lebanese Armed Forces causing hundreds of casualties from the Lebanese Army and civilians over the course of 11 months.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia executed tens of arrested Lebanese Army soldiers with bullets to the back of their heads.

    1989 - 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces arrested imprisoned and tortured families of Lebanese Army soldiers.

    April 18, 1990 - Geagea's snipers attacked a school bus killing eleven and wounding a couple dozens, mostly young students.

    October 1, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia attacked a group of civilians, mostly college men and women demonstrating for peace at Nahr el Mawt bridge checkpoint. They killed and wounded over a hundred civilians in 10 minutes.

    October 13, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia backed the Syrian army attacks on the Lebanese Presidential Palace and the Defense Ministry with artillery support. The Syrian troops took over the area and committed massacres against the surrendering Lebanese Army troops and civilians. Geagea's militia celebrated the fall of Lebanon and its army to the Syrians all night with gun shots and fireworks.

    October, 1990 - Geagea's Lebanese Forces militia killed prominent Christian leader Dany Chamoun with his wife and two children (ages 5 and 7) after the Syrians completely occupied the capital Beirut, and allowed their allies to take revenge. Geagea was convicted for this crime in 1995.

    1994 - Geagea was arrested after being accused for the explosion that destroyed a Catholic church killing tens or worshippers. The judges could not convict him "for insufficient evidence," per the official court statement. He was, however, convicted for three other assassination crimes, and was sentenced to death. The sentenced was reduced to lifetime in prison.

    July 18, 2005, Geagea was granted a pardon that suspended his life sentence and he was released from jail. The pardon included Geagea and tens of Al Qaeda-inspired extremists who were captured after terrorist attacks against the Lebanese Armed Forces and civilians in 2001.

    February 5, 2006 - A couple of the Al Qaeda extremists that were released from prison with Geagea a year before were among hundreds who attacked the Christian neighborhood of Ashrafieh in Beirut, and burnt a church in this riot. Geagea could claim no relation to that incident except that he was on air that day defending these gangsters as "our allies in the March 14 group." An hour later, Geagea was pressured to copy the positions' of Christian leaders that were condemning this violent act. He went on air again, and this time condemned the riot.

    January, 2007 - Samir Geagea's supporters shot demonstrators in several regions of Lebanon. At the entry of the city of Byblos, one of Geagea's supporters shot three civilians causing permanent injuries to two, and left the third one in a wheelchair for life.

    And I am the queen of england. 👑
     
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    They tell us why do you talk about Geagea's history; la2 badkon yena ne7keh 3an enjezeto w 7ezbo
    Every cancer patient in Lebanon should know Geagea is the number one suspect for that rampant disease thanks to the toxic waste that he buried in Lebanon’s land and mountains in return for the millions of dollars. Imagine that toxic and radioactive waste is not allowed to be buried not even in the middle and the bottom of the ocean but the Lebanese are drinking that polluted/toxic water and watering their agriculture from it.

    Even those idiots who are following this criminal are drinking the same water and dying of cancer without knowing it…
     
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    Burying radioactive material in inhabited land is a more serious than a War Crime.

    This crime has killed and still killing more people than the Beirut Port explosion that Geagea was quick to ask for an International Tribunal.

    The Lebanese people must ask for an International Tribunal and insist that the radioactive waste be removed from their land.


    Radioactive material remains active for many decades while the Lebanese society is getting sick and dying because of this crime.
     
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    Isn’t ironic the Geagea Camp that opposed and killed Bisri dam citing ecological reasons happened to be living in Geagea Radioactive Ocean and not noticing?
     
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    Burying radioactive material in inhabited land is a more serious than a War Crime.

    This crime has killed and still killing more people than the Beirut Port explosion that Geagea was quick to ask for an International Tribunal.

    The Lebanese people must ask for an International Tribunal and insist that the radioactive waste be removed from their land.


    Radioactive material remains active for many decades while the Lebanese society is getting sick and dying because of this crime.
    I heard if you live there for over 6 years you run a very high risk of looking like georges adwan!
     
    SAVO

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    christians does not need to start again an all out war between Aoun and Gaegae ..
    it's not the right time neither the right condition people are starving and the christians are the one to loose big time ... stop this stupidity
     
    JB81

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    christians does not need to start again an all out war between Aoun and Gaegae ..
    it's not the right time neither the right condition people are starving and the christians are the one to loose big time ... stop this stupidity
    FPM are just defending themselves.

    Geagea never changes. He only attacks Christian opponents. I didn't hear his speech, I heard it was all about the President and Bassil.

    Enno, let's say Aoun and Bassil are corrupt. Ma fi ghayron? Why only them? Does the guy looks like fighting corruption or attacking his rivals?
     
    Muki

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    Isn’t ironic the Geagea Camp that opposed and killed Bisri dam citing ecological reasons happened to be living in Geagea Radioactive Ocean and not noticing?
    I'm sure if anyone lived in a "radioactive ocean" they'd notice, but since they aren't your lie can only go so far.
     
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