Thursday, September 29, 2005

May's Tragedy: A Message To Everyone?

May Chidiac's assassination attempt has generated multiple interpretations on who is this message directed to.

Reporters and journalists think that it's a message against our free press.

LBCI think it's a message directed towards them as a broadcasting agency.

The Lebanese Forces think May's assassination attempt is a message addressed to them, as she is a loyal member of the party. Even Geagea in his first public appearance in an LF rally in Paris had this to say, "It is definitely a clear message addressed to us, but it will not affect our determination."

The March 14 politicians have declared it a message from the Damascus-Baabda-Moukhabarat axis aimed to paralyze Lebanon's walk towards liberty.

Other Lebanese believe that May's tragedy is a message against a Free Lebanon.

Are there any more interpretations? Please share with us whatever you've got!

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


Abu Kais said...

it's called destabilization.

Hassan said...

The Land Rover company?
Really now I think all your suggestions may apply, more or less. But Lebanon's wierd politics also make the attempt possibly embarrassing to Hizbollah, considering what Nasrallah said about May a week earlier. Of course, if you think about it, this is pure rubbish.

But again, May has brought together very diverse crowds, who then started alienating each other. I was at a small ceremony in Gemmayzeh today and I can say that Lebanon is celebrating life more everyday, for May and for us all.

Anonymous said...

Have faith. The world is still watching it may not show it on the tv screens but we are all watching closely.