Welcome Back Lebanese detained in Israel

Hector

Active Member
HA wants to release patriot men who fought tooth and nail for their land and over the years it has released many of them and soon it will complete this task which was always a secondary issue on every govts agenda over the years just like liberation of the south.
I wish all of them come back plus the shebaa, this way HA will have no more excuses, god willing. But............... I think the most important task is to liberate Jerusalem right? by murdering four year old kids
 

NewB

Legendary Member
I wish all of them come back plus the shebaa, this way HA will have no more excuses, god willing. But............... I think the most important task is to liberate Jerusalem right? by murdering four year old kids

aha....and you seem to turn a blind eye on the thousands of kids that died in lebanon. go back to israel and wait.
 

ecce homo

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Lebanon terrorist's lawyer: No word to us on imminent release
By The Associated Press

The attorney representing jailed Lebanese terrorist Samir Kuntar told Haaretz on Sunday that his client has not received any information regarding his imminent release, despite reports to the contrary circulating over recent weeks.

Kuntar is serving multiple life sentences for killing four Israelis in a 1979 infiltration of an apartment building in northern Israel. Among the victims were a 28-year-old man and his four-year-old daughter, whose head Kuntar repeatedly smashed against a rock before crushing her skull with a rifle butt.

Her mother, who was hiding in a crawl space, accidentally smothered her other daughter to death while trying to silence the two-year-old's cries.

A senior government official confirmed earlier Sunday that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has concluded that Israel should swap the perpetrator of this particularly grisly terror attack for the two abducted Israel Defense Forces soldiers held in Lebanon since 2006.

The source's confirmation of the deal comes after the pro-Syrian Lebanese newspaper a-Diar on Thursday reported that Kuntar has been told to pack up his belongings and prepare to return to Beirut in the near future, possibly by the end of the month.

Defense attorney Elias Sabag on Sunday denied the reports, however, saying Kuntar "has not received any notice from a single source, not from Israel and not from the Red Cross, and therefore, as far as we are concerned, all of these reports are irrelevant."

Still, he said his client felt more confident than ever that his release was approaching. "There is no doubt that our general feeling is optimistic, because on the face of things it seems a deal is in the works."

Israel had hoped Kuntar would be a bargaining chip to wrest information from Lebanese Hezbollah guerrillas about the fate of Ron Arad, a missing Israeli navigator captured in Lebanon in 1986.

But Olmert and other senior Israeli leaders have concluded Hezbollah has no new information about Arad, government officials said.

However, the prime minister is willing to swap Kuntar for two Israeli soldiers Hezbollah kidnapped in a July 2006 cross-border raid that sparked a month-long war with Israel, they added, speaking on condition of anonymity because no deal has been finalized.

IDF Soldiers Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev are believed to have been badly wounded during their capture, and Hezbollah has offered no proof they are alive.

Olmert plans to meet with the Arad family on Tuesday to inform them about the impending deal, the officials said.

Arad was forced to parachute out of his fighter jet on a mission over Lebanon in October 1986 after one of his aircraft's bombs apparently malfunctioned. The jet's pilot was rescued by Israeli forces, but Arad was captured by guerrillas from the Shi'ite Amal organization.There have been reports that Arad later was transferred to Hezbollah and then to Iran, but no reliable evidence of his fate has ever surfaced.

Hezbollah's leader, Hassan Nasrallah, said last year that he believed Arad was dead.

No timetable for a swap has been disclosed.

Because of the brutal nature of Kuntar's attack and his lack of remorse, his release would be highly controversial in Israel.

But the swap would end a difficult chapter here and bringing him the two abducted soldiers would offer the embattled Olmert a rare political victory. The two soldiers have come to symbolize what is widely seen in Israel as a failed war. Olmert saw his own popularity plunge in response, and is now fighting for his political survival after a U.S. businessman accused him of taking envelopes stuffed with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash.

In all, Israel is believed to be holding seven Lebanese prisoners, including Kuntar. Four others would be swapped for the soldiers in addition to Kuntar, the government officials said.

There have been recent signals from Hezbollah and Israel that a prisoner exchange could be in the works. Nasrallah predicted last month that Israel would soon release prisoners it is holding, and two weeks ago, his Islamic group unexpectedly turned over body parts of IDF soldiers killed in the 2006 war.

A senior Israeli military official confirmed at the time that a deal was in the making.

Lebanon terrorist's lawyer: No word to us on imminent release - Haaretz - Israel News
 

Learned

Active Member
I wish all of them come back plus the shebaa, this way HA will have no more excuses, god willing.

That is really sad dude. Really sad. What people like you don't get is that as long as you have this kind of a mentality towards issues of such importance, HA will never disarm and leave the fate of the land and its people at the mercy of such poverty of thought.
 

Hector

Active Member
That is really sad dude. Really sad. What people like you don't get is that as long as you have this kind of a mentality towards issues of such importance, HA will never disarm and leave the fate of the land and its people at the mercy of such poverty of thought.

What is really sad........dude, Lebanon welcoming home a child murder.
 

Arze

Legendary Member
بسام القنطار أكد أن عائلته جاهزة لاستقبال سمير القنطار
16 حزيران 2008

أكد بسام القنطار، شقيق الأسير سمير القنطار، أن عائلته "جاهزة لاستقبال سمير"، وانها "غير قلقة بل مرتاحة" و"لديها الثقة الكاملة بأن المقاومة ستصنع حرية سمير القنطار"، مشيرا إلى وجود تحضيرات واسعة للاحتفال بعودة القنطار، بدءا باحتفالات مركزية وصولا الى بلدته في عبيه، الواقعة قرب عاليه.
وأشار بسام في حديث إلى صحيفة "الأخبار"، إلى أن شقيقه "غير طامح بمنافسة أحد في السياسة"، لافتا إلى أن سيكون لديه "انشغالات أخرى" ولن يطرح نفسه منافسا على الساحة السياسية.


El Nashra
 

Arze

Legendary Member
مصدر أممي لـ"الأخبار": تبادل الأسرى مع إسرائيل الجمعة أو الأحد
16 حزيران 2008

أكدت مصادر دبلوماسية في نيويورك لصحيفة "الأخبار" أن تبادل الأسرى بات وشيكاً بعد تسجيل حركة تفاوض حثيثة، وبتكتم شديد، عبر الوسيط الدولي الألماني. ولم تستبعد المصادر، التي امتنعت عن تقديم المزيد من التفصيل، أن يتم التبادل إما الجمعة أو الأحد من هذا الأسبوع، وعلى رأسهم عميد الأسرى سمير القنطار.

هذا ورجّحت تقارير إعلامية إسرائيلية أن تكون صفقة تبادل الأسرى بين حزب الله وإسرائيل في مراحلها الأخيرة. ونقلت صحيفة «يديعوت أحرونوت» عن مصادر إسرائيلية على صلة بمفاوضات التبادل السرية غير المباشرة الدائرة بين الجانبين قولها إن "لحظة الحسم (بشأن إبرام صفقة تبادل بين الجانبين) تقترب"، مشيرة إلى أن مجلس الوزراء الأمني المصغّر سيجتمع في الأيام القريبة ليتخذ قراراً بهذا الشأن.
ونفى مسؤولون في مكتب رئاسة الوزراء الإسرائيلية ما ذكرته الصحيفة. إلّا أنه كان لافتاً أن النفي اختصّ بالجزء المتعلّق بقرب انعقاد المجلس الوزاري المصغّر لبتّ قضية التبادل، لا بأصل الانعقاد.
 

ecce homo

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Eldad Regev's father: Deal for abducted troops' return finalized

By Barak Ravid, Yoav Stern, Jack Khoury and Yuval Azoulay, Haaretz Correspondents

The father of abducted Israel Defense Forces soldier Eldad Regev said on Monday that his family and that of Ehud Goldwasser, the other soldier kidnapped by Hezbollah, have been informed that a deal for the abductees' return to Israel has been finalized.

"Ofer Dekel told us, speaking generally, that there is going to be a deal ? and that's it," Regev told Israel Radio, referring to Israel's chief negotiator for securing the release of abducted IDF soldiers.


Hezbollah guerillas kidnapped Goldwasser and Regev in a 2006 cross-border raid that sparked the month-long Second Lebanon War with Israel.

Tzvi Regev also told Israel Radio that the medical condition of his son and of Goldwasser is still unknown.

"Actually no one knows. If they received treatment [after their abduction] they survived, if they didn't - then we just hope they did, and it appears that Udi [Ehud] and Eldad are returning... We are aware of the worst [scenario] but we hope for good tidings in any event," Regev said.

The IDF Soldiers are believed to have been badly wounded during their abduction and no proof has been offered that they are alive by Hezbollah, a Lebanon-based militant organization.

Regev's comments came after the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir reported earlier Monday that military sources in Lebanon expect Hezbollah next week to return to Israel his son and Goldwasser as part of an exchange deal.

According to the report, the deal will take place between June 20-25.

In parallel to the As-Safir report, United Nations sources told the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar on Monday that an exchange for the kidnapped IDF soldiers is likely to be carried out at the end of next week.

The sources did not relay any other details about the swap except for the fact that it had been agreed upon after expedited negotiations between Israel and Hezbollah, through German mediation.

Furthermore, the Saudi-owned paper al-Sharq al-Awsat has also reported that the family of jailed Lebanese terrorist Samir Kuntar has begun to prepare for his imminent return to Lebanon. Kuntar's return to Lebanon is considered to constitute one of Israel's commitments in the deal.

The various Arab media reports came as Ofer Dekel was in Europe for talks with the German mediator. A meeting between the two is expected to center on advancing the deal, in return for the release of Kuntar and a number of Hezbollah operatives.

Kuntar is serving multiple life sentences for killing four Israelis in a 1979 infiltration of an apartment building in northern Israel. Among the victims were a 28-year-old man and his four-year-old daughter, whose head Kuntar repeatedly smashed against a rock before crushing her skull with a rifle butt.

On Sunday, the attorney representing Kuntar told Haaretz that his client has not received any information regarding his imminent release, despite reports to the contrary circulating over recent weeks.

Eldad Regev's father: Deal for abducted troops' return finalized - Haaretz - Israel News
 

Hector

Active Member
how about this, we are proud of that child murderer

how about this, you are proud for a Druze who supported an illegal Palestinian terrorist group operating in Lebanon who crossed deep into a sovereign country and "smashed a four-year-old girl's head with the butt of his rifle, killing her. Regardless what cause he is fighting for, he is a savage and people who support him have no values."

Anyway welcome back Kuntar, the 2006 war was well worth it we need more terrorists in Lebanon, you are a role model for descent society.
 
Samir Kuntar is coming back to Lebanon. I don't feel happy about gaining another murderer, another terrorist in Lebanon, but whatever brings over a peace process or soothes tensions down between us and our Southern neighbor is good.
 

lebanon_first

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Samir Kuntar is coming back to Lebanon. I don't feel happy about gaining another murderer, another terrorist in Lebanon, but whatever brings over a peace process or soothes tensions down between us and our Southern neighbor is good.

Too many mistakes in your post to correct, however there's one thing I agree with, there should be some negotiations/discussions to reduce the tensions between us and our Southern Enemies/Murderers/Terrorist-Nation.
 
Terrorists for you are Heroes for us..

And how was he a hero to you? What did you gain from the death of an Israeli man and his daughter?

Too many mistakes in your post to correct, however there's one thing I agree with, there should be some negotiations/discussions to reduce the tensions between us and our Southern Enemies/Murderers/Terrorist-Nation.

Something we agree on. Too bad Syrian's are getting a fair shot at love by the Lebanese without releasing any prisoners are apologizing for any past atrocities. Israel isn't any worse than Assad's regime.
 

Abufijli

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And how was he a hero to you? What did you gain from the death of an Israeli man and his daughter?



Something we agree on. Too bad Syrian's are getting a fair shot at love by the Lebanese without releasing any prisoners are apologizing for any past atrocities. Israel isn't any worse than Assad's regime.

If you like Israel so much go live there....
 

Mar1K

Active Member
how about this, you are proud for a Druze who supported an illegal Palestinian terrorist group operating in Lebanon who crossed deep into a sovereign country and "smashed a four-year-old girl's head with the butt of his rifle, killing her. Regardless what cause he is fighting for, he is a savage and people who support him have no values."

Anyway welcome back Kuntar, the 2006 war was well worth it we need more terrorists in Lebanon, you are a role model for descent society.
who told you i do not support the same ideas he does ? who told you i disagree with his actions ? I would love to have more people like Samir, it is an honour for us to have people like him among us :smile:
 

Pasteur

Active Member
Samir Kuntar is coming back to Lebanon. I don't feel happy about gaining another murderer, another terrorist in Lebanon, but whatever brings over a peace process or soothes tensions down between us and our Southern neighbor is good.

One man's terrorsit is another man's freedom fighter :wink:
It is funny though how your definition typically coincide with israel's definition..I hope you are proud of yourself!

p.s. who is your southern neighbor? Nabatieh?
 
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