Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Karami: Leave Tripoli Alone!

Look who are the traitors! I can't believe my eyes! But I read that after Karami met with President Assad two days ago, he went to visit Rustom Ghazaleh who's now in charge of Lebanese affairs and had lunch with him, including MP Jihad Samad (from Dinnieh), Nader Sukkar, and Jamil El-Sayyid.

The aim of such meetings is to basically forge a "Syrian" alliance in the north and the northern Bekaa, where El-Sayyid is said to be running for these upcoming elections.

So, tell me who are the traitors now? Don't tell me that Karami or Samad are nationalists. Doesn't that tell us that Karami is isolated? That he has no one to look to inside of his country? Why go outside of the Lebanese borders, so openly and casually, to forge alliances with a "Syrian" rubber stamp when the Syrian military and intelligence forces de jure have left the country?

Please, Karami, do not treat Tripolitans as if they are backward. We are not backward and we wish not to be treated as if we are so. Do not fool us any longer that Arabism is equal to what you are doing in Damascus. It is not! Please, Karami, quit the political scene and leave Tripoli to its loyalists.

"Nobody knows how many rebellions, besides political rebellions, ferment in the masses of life which people earth."

1 comment:

Mustapha said...

I add my voice to yours.

The Beirut Spring