Friday, July 14, 2006

UN Security Council Meeting

Today I heard one of the most historical addresses by the Israeli UN ambassador on Lebanon.

Just quickly: he quoted Marwan Hamadeh, Elias Atallah and another unnamed Minister saying yesterday that Lebanon has been taken hostage by regional forces (Iran and Syria) and by terror (form Hizbullah).

He looked the Lebanese UN representative in the eye and said: I would like to make an appeal to Lebanon's representative. You know deep down that if you could, you would add your brave voice to the voices of your brave compatriots in Lebanon. You could be sitting next to me now to negotiate a solution. If we succeed, it will be beneficial for all of us. Lebanon has an opportunity to be a free, prosperous democratic Lebanon.

The Lebanese representative claimed what the government statements have been saying: that the government did not know, is not responsible and does not endorse the attacks by Hizbullah on northern Israel. But also said that Israel is brutally attacking civilians and infrastructure in Lebanon and that the attacks do not equate in magnitude to what they claim they want to do, which is target Hizbullah's military base.

By the way, the Israeli ambassador said that Hizbullah is launching its rockets from civilian houses with children and women acting as hosts of such rockets.

This is truely a brutal way of operating by Hizbullah. I hate violence and death. Enough is enough; the Lebanese government needs to take a stand. My country is wounded.

Update: Israeli Army has renewed attacks on the southern suburbs of Hizbullah.

Update 2: The Qatari UN representative had a moving statement, saying that Lebanon will not be left alone and that Lebanon is a great example of democracy in the Arab world and asked for a ceasefire.

Update 3: The Chinese ambassador asked Israel to end its land, sea and air blockade of Lebanon. But also called on Hizbullah to stop infiltrating the blue line to attack the Israeli army and to stop launching rockets on the north of Israel. He supports the decision of Kofi Annan of sending a group of mediators to the Middle East to broker a deal.

Update 4: Haret Hreik in Beirut is being bombarded by Israeli warships. Aita il-Sha3ib, a southern village, has been given by the IDF two hours to evacuate its civilians. Oslo called on its Israeli ambassador to object to what the Israeli government is doing in its attacks on Lebanon.

Update 5: According to the FPM website, CNN reported that the planes which were claimed to have been transported to Jordan, under the watchful eye of the IDF, are not those of MEA, but 4 are owned by Hariri and 1 by Najib Mikati.

Update 6: Hizbullah has launched rockets on IDF barracks in the Golan Heights. It shows that Syria is Hizbullah's patron.

Update 7: Al-Damour bridge was shelled, 17 injured including 7 children. Hizbullah's main headquarters was shelled. Hizbullah claimed that HA's Secretary General Sayyid Nasrallah is still alive.

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

192 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lebanese,
Take your country back!
Where are the demonstrations of hundres of thousands of people against the yellow cowards!
Do it now!

Anonymous said...

would you demonstrate while BOMBS are falling on you?!

Anonymous said...

you brought tears to my eyes,
enough is enough alright.
i hope that your femily is safe and that soon we could all continue our lives as usual.

tom from israel.

adelay said...

I love watching Israeli leaders make speeches. Olmert gave a resounding one to the US Congress a few months ago. They don't pussy foot around.

There needs to be more good people who stand up for what is right on the world stage. We as a human race have lost the courage to stand before evil.

Omer (israeli) said...

Hey everyone.
i opened a new blog called : http://isrealinlebanon.blogspot.com/
its intended to exchange idea's between israeli's and lebanese. I think that we all need to see a human face on this issue, see that niether side is a monster.

M W R said...

as an israeli, not living currently in the lines of fire, i would like to send my deep hope to everybody in lebanon, suffering from the agressivness of both sides.
may this stupid bloodshed stop as soon as possible (in gaza also), and may (in our lifetime) we will all be able visiting and knowing our neighbours.
stand strong, let us all prove our countries that the people of our countries are stronger and more willing to co-operate than slaughter each other.
M

Suha said...

Doha,

Why would Hizballah fire from civilian's homes? When have they ever done that? Don't believe everything you hear. Israel always make these claims in order to dehumanize the enemy.

Anonymous said...

It is a time of opportunity
for Lebanon to finally end
the madness your country is going
through in the last 40 years.
When Hizbulla will be defeated
you will finally be free
and can again become the the Paris
of middle east.But it is up to you.
Israeli military will NOT invade
Lebanon again.We will keep bombing
Hizbulla weakening them but the final blow will have to come from Lebanon.

Anonymous said...

Doha, infact it happened in the past that Hizballah shoot from civilian areas.

the logic voice said...

hello the pepolr of lebanon , how come that after years os silence and prospirty you choose to be hostege to nasraala ? ,he takes you to placese that we the israelians and also you the lebanonis want to be .u need to rebbel and ask youre freedom not just from asad that allready left , but also from youre hipocrate sensation , u cant let hizzbala attac us and the asking mercy , fight to youre freedom from ALL those who leed you to distruction , salam aleycum

Assaf said...

Suha,
An interesting thing you say. As an Israeli child I was told many stories about how arab terrorists literally hide behind pregnant women so that we (the israeli army) - who is allegedly very humane - won't be able to fight.
Was this a fairy tale?
Regarding Hizballah - it makes perfect sense that they'll fire from civillian's homes, for otherwise it would be very easy for Israeli aircraft to eliminate them. They must do this not because that are inhumane but because they haven't the force of an army (i.e., their anti-aricraft weapon is limited).

Anonymous said...

Lebanese, you should totally riot against Hezbollah and your pussy government. Gather on the streets and march to the southern Beirut. You should totally lynch the heads of Hezbollah. Instead you just pissing around how brutal Israel is.

Believe me, Israel well not bomb any action within Lebanon that is targeted against Hezbollah.

I hope these fuckers in Syria well get their dose of Israeli love soon as well

Anonymous said...

Okay, why would Hizbullah NOT conceal themselves and fire from civilians? They care too much about peoples safety, yes? Haha.

Lebanese Meze said...

Doha, I also thought the address by the Israeli UN ambassador as historical and accurate. I call on my government to pressure Hizbullah to disarm immediately.

Anonymous said...

To my REAL Lebanese brothers. It is time for you to take back your country.

From Israel.

Gilad (Isreali-Australian) said...

Doha,

In my wildest dreams I can go visit Lebanon with me Australian Lebanese best friend - Rob, Ellie and Hassan. We than just drive down and cross the border to Israel, so I can show them where I came from. When we actually talking, we find out we are so similar; I live in Australia for 5 years now and I know what I am talking about, after coming across so many Lebanese here. Talking with them in Australia, on a neutral ground has opened my eyes.

All that will nevet happen if you let Hizbollah to keep dominate your life and set the agenda for Lebanon (and apperently for all the region as well). I hope that more and more Labanese will realise Hizbollah is responsible for this pain; Please do regain power over this brutal power, that literaly ruining our chance to make our dream a reality in my lifetime.

I wish your family members and all other innocent people of Lebanon and Israel will go through that horrible times.

Anonymous said...

Dear Neighbours in Lebanon
Many of us in Israel do feel sorry for you , lets hope that we together overcome this crises and eliminate the Hizbulla ASAP.
Lets pay for peace for the citizens of the two countries.

Ofernicus (Israel) said...

"The Qatari UN representative had a moving statement, saying that Lebanon will not be left alone..."

Sorry, dude, but don't let such statements have you moved...

Your "fellow" countries - the arabic/muslam countries - keep saying they are "with you", but eventually, they end up rich and happy, and you end up poor and dead.

As long as people in Lebanon keep taking money and weaponry from Iran, Syria, and those other "fellow" countries, and use it against Israel instead of using it to build your country and nation - you will always have other countries "with you" - but you'll end up alone.

Anonymous said...

Lebanon:

If you want Hizbollah gone, and I mean sincerely gone, in the future ask for help instead of waiting for it to come to this.

Hell, a lot of people/countries agree with Israel in principle but not necessarily on method. But the bottom line is Hizbollah is a disease on your land and needs to be expunged. Pick a side, draw the line and stand by those who would help you finally live the lives you deserve.

Self-determination is a wonderful, scary and uncertain thing. But to choose to live in peace is a miraculous thing.

Solomon2 said...

The Qatari UN representative had a moving statement, saying that Lebanon will not be left alone and that Lebanon is a great example of democracy in the Arab world and asked for a ceasefire.

And what does that say about Qatar, exactly?

Lila aus Rungholt said...

Doha, my dream is that we will sit one day in your beautiful country, in peace and understanding, while an exiled Mr. Nasrallah plays chess on some French resort beach. I pray this day may sooner come than we all believe.

I'm sorry for all you suffer. I really am.

Anonymous said...

can someone provide us with videos of lebanese TVs on youtube?

Anonymous said...

Doha,

I was watching CNN. In their last report, they didn't mention Hariri or Mikati, they just talked about a few airplanes allowed to take off.

Maybe they did mention them in an earlier report, maybe it's a rumour.

VB

chf said...

Also, a short cut of the lebanese news (like lbc 8'ock news) would be good if possible

Benj said...

I'm Israeli, and I think that if Lebanese really want to stop the war, all they have to do is to pass the information there kidnapped soldiers kept. Just ask all freind and neighboors if they heared something, or know someone who can have information. If enough people would do it, either kidnapped soldiers will be found, or Hezbolla would be worried enough to return them. There is no way out of this war without returning soldiers, or their bodies if they are dead. Isreal can not make any prisoner swap now - that would mean more kidnapping very soon.

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Anonymous said...

this update 6, there is a link that can be provided, a source? That kind of statements are quite diferente from those i have seen in that past two days, i was enjoying their informative caracter and aparent neutrality. There those in this process that interested in that your lovelly country falls in to another civil war. You should try at least - since you were helping lot´s of people with the posts that i mentioned - to add the source of the news that you published.

Anonymous said...

"i really don't think it's appropriate at this time to discuss what went wrong and i don't think anyone has the spine to listen to that."

Well when is it appropriate? When you bury your head in the sand is why issues like these arise. The world doesn't turn for the sake of our convenience.

The bottom line, is that this is the best time to talk about it. Those who do not remember the past and so on. Sorry if your precious sensibilities are being put to question, but this is not the time to coddle anyone.

Dana said...

Greetings from Israel. To all the Lebanese (exept Hizballah supportes) - take care and stay safe!
I'm sorry, but we don't have any other option :( hope you won't be damaged.
Shabat Shalom

Anonymous said...

Yes i do beg you to blog the comments. I am thankful for the instant reports you write but i can't take it from those cowards anymore

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Patrick said...

Reading this blog and the comments it receives in response really moved me.

I am a Lebanese Jewish guy whose parents fled Beirut in the 50s. I have grown up in Italy, among memories and nostalgia of Beirut as it once was, the Paris of the Middle East. My dream has always been to take a train one day from Tel Aviv's Rakevet Merkaz station and spend a day or two in Beirut, sharing with Israeli and Lebanese friends the unique lebanese way of enjoying life.

Maybe the day when us, the peace-loving lebanese and israelis, will unite and create an era of freedom in our area in not so far away.

"Al tagidu 'yom yavo'/ haviu et hayom", says the Israeli "Song for Peace": "never say 'a day will come'/ bring that day to us".

Our goal is ambitious, but after March 14, the whole world knows that Lebanon is courageous and thirsty for freedom.

As-salaam 3alekon,
Patrick.

Anonymous said...

The radicals win again. As a US citizen watching this madness, it seems like there is nothing that can be done. If the peace loving Lebanese people stand by and idly watch Hezbollah take captives, the innocent civilians will pay the price. I also see the innocent Israeli citizens who deal with rockets showering down on them. The extreme elements do not care when someone else pays the price for their actions. To me, it looks like both sides just want to kill each other. When these two sides are hellbent on killing each other, the easiest response is to just step back and let them 'duke it out.' America is a powerful and great country when consensus exists. Cry all you want about the destruction, but your pleas will fall on deaf ears until these radicals are reigned in.

Anonymous said...

Mirvat, I understand your position however I disagree on one pivotal point: you're basically saying that the immediate situation needs to be addressed. I agree with this.

The problem is, it becomes an immediate situation to you when the bombs are falling on Lebanon. When Hizbollah lobs their explosives on innocent people you can't be bothered, because your tourism industry is intact. But when you're in the cross hairs... oh no!

Anonymous said...

thank you all for your blogging and constant updating. other than talking to my family and friends in leb it's the only way to get any human view of what's happening.
please keep up the good work. everyone here (in ny/USA) that i know is proud of this site, and weeping for lebanon. we were so close....

Ron said...

Well Doha, this war may spin completely out of control (of Lebanon) - and certainly that of the wimpy international terrorist appologists in the UN and Europe. Reason, Iran has essentially declared war on Israel, and the US - meaning this might not be over any time soon. The last best hope for Lebanon is that its people rise up and defeat Hezbollah, asking Israel and the US for help in doing so. Short of that, this war will without doubt expand into Syria and Iran in rather short order, and Lebanon will be left in an infinitely worse state than it is now.

Whether Americans like it or not, we are now, for all intents and purposes, at war with Iran, Syria, Hamas and Hizbollah - in addition to far fewer terrorist puppets in Iraq. We have already moved aircraft carriers, destroyers and Ohio class subs into the theater, one group most significantly just off the coast of Southern Israel (arrived yesterday.) If Lebanon does not act to end this - and they could immediately - this might not end for years.

HERE IS another commentary that expands on what I've stated above.

Anonymous said...

According to Lebanese TV stations HA's HQs in the suburbs have been hit!!

Anonymous said...

i dont know what the lebanese are expecting from israel ... they can be angry with us or not but we first of all care for us and our people ... we care for the lebanese no more than the lebanese care for all these people who die in darfur or congo ... its up to the lebanese to decide what they want to do with nasrallah ... its none of our business ...

but saying that nasrallah is acting on his own does nt make the slightest impression on me ... hizballah crossed the border, killed our people, took two our soldiers somewhere and linked the whole thing with gaza and palestinian prisoners ... our mess with the palestinians may go on for generations ... so what ? we should expect daily raids across the border each time we have escalations in gaza or west bank ?

even if we are cruel baby eating beasts it does nt excuse the arabs from being that stupid .. being stupid is not a sin but being that stupid is sinful ... what hamas was expecting shooting rockets and kidnaping a soldier ? if we are such animals why they brought our army on their own people ? and even if hizballa had any illusions about our humanity they had the whole week to watch our responce in gaza to draw all the right conslusions ..

doha reaction is absolutely misplaced .. we dont have much mercy on the lebanese and we should nt ... because we are not lebanese ... nasrallah is lebanese and still he has no more mercy than us on his own people

Colman said...

Ron, that's not commentary, that's war-mongering.

Ron said...

"...that's war-mongering." - colman

Call it what you will.. it is no less a very real situation with very real implications and all the possibilities.

Anonymous said...

Where's the Hezbollah anyway? They have had no casualties until now. Shouldn't they defend us?

Anonymous said...

Patrick, I ask you to keep your citizenship or to apply for it if you don't have it.

Ron said...

Doha, God bless you and yours... stay safe above all. I'll visit in 6 to 8 hours for the latest.

You're doing a fantastic job.

Don't give up hope... it's all any of us have.

Anonymous said...

lastest news on Fox: head of Hizbollah was in building that was just flattened by IDF in Beruit.

Benj said...

That is not correct that Isreali care about Lebanon the same as Lebanese about Congo. We care, and that is a sad state of affair. But there is no way out of it - kidnapped soldiers should be returned, and prisoner swap out of question. That could mean several weeks or month long war, with a lot of dead on both sides and completle destruction of Lebanon economy. Israel and world economy would be hurt as well. Sadly it seems ther is no solution, if HA wouldn't back down.

Anonymous said...

fuck israel. fuck fox. fuck the aggression masked as "victimization." if israeli "security" demands that it oppresses and aggresses and damages all people and land around its borders, it's not worth it.

written by an american who is not lebanese, not israeli.

Anonymous said...

Woman and child dead in a katyusha attack on Meiron.

Anonymous said...

the fact that israelis are saying "there was no way around this" is absolute evidence that it has no ability to run itself.

Anonymous said...

Hezbollah TV reports that a building housing the headquarters of the guerrilla group has been destroyed in an Israeli airstrike, The Associated Press reports.

tonecluster said...

.. no, american, just stupid ;)

Great job on this blog. As always, stay safe.

Yogurt said...

My heart goes out to the innocent Lebanese, be them Christian, Muslim, Druze, et al.
Perhaps while HB is weakened the Govt will be able to take back your country for you, and away from the crazy zealots who are using your lands and your peoples.
Thank you all for offering the insight you have provided, God be with you.

Yuval from Israel said...

Let's all hope that Nassrallah had died in the recent attack on Hizballa HQ...

his the one who led both of us - israelies and Lebanonians to fight :(

Anonymous said...

Russia, France, Greece, Hezballah, and Hammas can kiss my red-blooded American, pro-Israel Dixie tail-pipe.

Anonymous said...

Time to root out the nest of terrorist snakes and do the right thing.

Anonymous said...

to anon american, go fck yourself and move to Canada...go hug a tree up there

Colman said...

As as rule, it's best not to feed the trolls ...

Anonymous said...

You go kiss your friend Osama's butt.

Colman said...

BBC reporting Hezbollah leader unhurt according to spokesman.

Anonymous said...

The Lebanese people want to have their cake and eat it too. They get to stay in the game of leading the Arab nation against Israel while gaining the sympathy that comes with pretending Hizbollah is out of their control.

It is not Syria or Iran responsible for this. Hizbollah's biggest supporter is Lebanon. Hizbollah's frontline bases against Israel are in Lebanon. Hizbollah's reason to exist is claims of resistance against an Israeli occupation of Lebanon, of Shaaba Farms, not the Syrian Golan.

When has a Lebanese government came out and denied Hizbollah's claim that Shaaba farms is Lebanese? Never. No that would be too simple. That would just outright eradicate Hizbollah's reason to exist. That would cease any justification for hostilities between Lebanon and Israel. That is what Lebanon must do. Declare in front of the UN that Shaaba farms belongs to Syria.

Anonymous said...

Mirvat, if all you care about is your personal and your family's safety you are really ignorant and short-sighted. The situation today arose exactly because stupid and ignorant people like you did not want to take risk addressing the grave problems plaguing your country. Go on blathering about the damage made to your faboluos turist industry while convenietly forgetting what really lied beneath those serene illusions in your mind.
I have no sympathy for people who convenietly ignore the role of agressive islamistic fuckheads in their country.

A view from Europe

Omer (israeli) said...

Yuval, im isreali. I also hope Nassrallah is dead. He killed enoght of us to deserve it.

But Shut the F*uk up!

Be a little more sesative to the lebanese, it's really isn't there fault. But they are paying the price, while our army is delivering. Think of their side, Think how you would feel. Then, and only then, ask the other side to look at yours.

Anonymous said...

Years ago I lived on a spot of property that amounted to about an acre and a half. On the back of the property was a nest of snakes. One day my child saw one of the snake. I went back there and killed the damn snakes before I regretted it later. It is time to root out the Hezballah and Hamas snakes before more innocents regret it later.

Anonymous said...

Can we please take a step back and stop throwing around insults.

For those who don't know, the majority of Lebanese do not want an armed HB. But the problem is they are deeply rooted within the south and have a ton of support. To disarm them by force is to invite Lebanon into a civil war.

So as you see, it's a catch 22. As I see it, this will end terribly or we go back to what we had prior to the attack.

Anonymous said...

anon 1:17
who cares about tourism you idiots. you're not to talk unless your family is being killed. unless you lose a child. unless you burry your baby with your own hands you european fuck.
an american, non-lebanese, non-israeli point of view

Suraj said...

Doha,

You are not to be trusted anymore. Your mind must have gone to mush.

So now you are to believe the propganda of an enemy who is wiping your country off the map? What is your proof or evidence about HA using women and children as "hosts," (whatever that means) for their rockets? Excactly how does that happen, and how did the Israelis get that information?

You cannot be this naive, knowing the lies and deciets of this brutal enemy, that you swallow full such fantastic tales; or maybe I am underestimating your real intentions here all along: that you are so driven by seering emotion against HA that you're willing to applaud the Israelis and eat up their rhetoric even as they lay waste to your country?

So HA took two Israeli soldiers hostage, do they have to bring down the sky on us? By your blog you are accepting the logic and proportinality of this setup, and along with the other naive, or shall I say idiotic Lebanese showing their stupidity, inviting the very tragedies the Israelis are inflicting on you.

Just pass on the news as it is, and spare us your worthless and reckless commentary. You are an embarrassment right now and are making a mockery out of the human catastrophe that is being visited on your country.

Anonymous said...

Be a little more sesative to the lebanese, it's really isn't there fault.

Hmm, whose fault is it then? Hizbullah is based in Lebanon, it is even part of Lebanese government. By what warped logic have you concluded that Lebanese are not responsible. I guess lebanese army is only good for posing for photographs on the damaged bridges.
Makes you wonder what kind of country is that?

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the Lebanese government reject Hezbollah's claim that Shaba farm is Lebanese and not Syrian?

That's something even the cowardly Lebanese elite in their posh neighborhoods of Beirut could do without depending on that boy scout troope of an army.

Patrick said...

To Anonymous 12:49
From Patrick 12:24

My parents had to give their passports back in the early 50s, and fled holding an Iranian citizenship, so my official nationality is Italian.

I was always told that even entering Lebanon is very dangerous for someone Jewish, particularly if he holds a Jewish-Lebanese surname on his passport.

Visiting Lebanon, hopefully sometime soon, is one of my biggest desires, though. Do you think it would be dangerous for me, in normal times, and travelling from Italy? Do I have to wait for a second, stronger March 14?

Thank you --
Patrick.

Kristopher said...

anon 1:29 PM:

Ermmm ... if they did try to do something about Assads and achmeds puppets, the Syrian Army would have simply invaded again.

Lebenon is still an occupied country. Until the Syrians are completely pushed out, the bloodshed will continue ... and Lebanon is just not able to take on Syria.

Perhaps the Israelis should have attacked the source of their pain? Syria and Iran?

Anonymous said...

The good people of Lebanon had better grow a pair if they are ever to overcome the problem of the terrorists in their country. If they don't, then other affected democracies in the world will do the dirty work for them. Terrorism is no longer a local or regional problem - it is an international problem that will not be allowed to persist in the global economy. Cowardice pissants like the French and Greeks will continue kick back and hurl insults, while the good soldiers of America and Israel do what needs to get done.

If you care about the future of your children - grow a pair!

Anonymous said...

For those who don't know, the majority of Lebanese do not want an armed HB. But the problem is they are deeply rooted within the south and have a ton of support. To disarm them by force is to invite Lebanon into a civil war.

So why a civil war is a worse option than Israeli intervention. War is war and if it civil war it at least show that society is ready for a radical change.
So far the Lebanese society i've seen cares only about electricity and intaktness of their homes. Why has Israel have to do all the dirty work in your own country?

Anonymous said...

Kristopher, Israel doesn't need to attack the source. It's not Israel's duty to free Lebanon, the Lebanonese wouldn't appreciate that either. Israel right now just needs a buffer. Since the Lebanese don't care who is in charge of a country to their south called Southern Lebanon the Israelis might as well take charge of it. Better them than HB

Anonymous said...

israel has no right to do what they're doing. they don't respect democracy or sovereign nations. they can't see past their own interests, cost what it may in other peoples' lives and political upheaval. they are the US's high-maintenance girlfriend... and, as all high-maintenance girlfriends - there comes a point when they overplay their hand.

now, watch - the anti-israeli sentiment the ENTIRE WORLD feels over their heinous preemptive war against lebanon will be flaunted by israel (like some weird badge of honor) to justify their actions yesterday. israel's persecution is disingenous and pathetic, and it's costing the world its stability now. it's time for the US to break up with that demanding, irrational bitch.

Anonymous said...

friends,

we have nothing against lebanon.
trust me, that if there was no hizbalah you would hear only birds.

go and protest, gain your freedom, you deserve it.

me,
tel aviv

Anonymous said...

"israel has no right to do what they're doing. they don't respect democracy or sovereign nations"

Um, let's see, non-Jewish Arabs are allowed to live in Israel without fear of reprisal, whilst Jew hating Arab communities in non-Israel states threaten the lives of any Israeli that comes across their path.

Who has no respect for democracy?

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:40 ("me"):

Violence only breeds violence. I would suggest you guys protest in your cities to get the IDF to stop the offensive... These bombings and killings are only breeding a new generation of israel-haters. There are other ways to get the kidnapped soldiers back.

Mickey said...

Israel, like the USA now and for generations, is a blot on the face of humanity, using its power for all the wrong reasons. I used to be so angry at my sexist/racist father who would say, "Give a Jew an inch and he'll take a mile," but Israel has proved him right. There are two faces to Judaism: 1)those who believe they are god's chosen people and thus have rights above all others and 2) those marvelously, creative, moral, idealists who give their lives for others' civil rights, who are always in the forefront of medicine and other sciences, who support human rights, liberty, freedom and all the rest for all of humanity, not just themselves. But the US has spent endless billions supporting the worst of Israel, the torture, the killing, the subjugation of a people. Between this nation's treasure being lavished on the Pentagon and nations like Israel, no wonder our schools are a disgrace, our infrastructure is delapidated, our people without national health care, working people and women treated like disposal units (human resources) providing cheap labor and cannon fodder.

Anonymous said...

"Violence only breeds violence"

Too bad you could never convince a snake not to bite with words.

Omer (israeli) said...

What i ment is that lebanese, like the one posting here, dont deserve it. Yet they suffer and innocent die. Even in isreal inoccent die.
Lebanon as a goverment IS resposible. But isreal should watch out who's she hitting. I see no sense in killing babies, on either side. Today a baby got killed in isreal for a Katuysha attack. I also looked at the pictures Doha published. the whole situation is just sickning.

Anonymous said...

"Israel, like the USA now and for generations, is a blot on the face of humanity"

The above wrong headed thinking is the kind of nonsense that the rest of the world is going to have to deal before we will see peace in the middle east.

And words aren't going to convince idiots like that.

Anonymous said...

they don't respect democracy or sovereign nations.

Israel respects democracy the problem is that there is no other democracy in the middle east. Turkey has democracy and Israel has a good relationship with Turkey.

now, watch - the anti-israeli sentiment the ENTIRE WORLD feels over their heinous preemptive war against lebanon will be flaunted by israel (like some weird badge of honor) to justify their actions yesterday.

Wow, ENTIRE WORLD. Ha-ha, i guess majority of people don't even know about this little bombing campaign. How much do you know for example about the battles in Somalia?
Same shit, many people are actually tired of all these islamist fuckheads making some another fiery rhetoric or rioting violently.
Grow up!

Anonymous said...

Lots of crocodile tears from Israel, I see...

"you brought tears to my eyes,"

Well, zionist writer, you must not let the tears cloud your vision when you reload to slaughter more Palestinians.

"i hope that your femily is safe and that soon we could all continue our lives as usual."

Nobody's family is safe in Lebanon or anywhere in the ME before Israel has completed its kosher Lebensraum plan of "Greater Israel": "from the Tiger to the Nile."
That much has been made abundantly clear by the zionist goons destroying Lebanon's only international airport, blowing up bridges and killing more then 50 innocent Lebanese, all ostensibly because two of its soldiers have been captured on the Soutern border.
Your "lives as usual" we all know tranlate into ethnic cleansing the Palestinian, holding the whole Palestinian nation under siege, without electricity, water and starving them so you could steal the rest of their land. As for the terrorist zionist state itself, life as usual means apartheid and more ethnic cleansing, more sabre rattling to its neighbors from the rogue nuclear power, and more parasitism by living on the backs of the American taxpayers.
Have I omitted something from your "
lives as usual", "tom from isra"?

Anonymous said...

"tired of all these islamist"

Tired enough to do something about it?

Anonymous said...

"reload to slaughter more Palestinians"

Are you talking about the terrorists that where hoods and carry around rocket launchers?

Joe said...

Suraj 1:28-
Take it easy on Doha. She has been a wealth of information and is doing a great job under the circumstances. I also want the news without personal editorials, but if I have to choose between Doha's opinions or yours, you lose big time. So far the only worthless and reckless insults are being uttered by you. try to be civil towards your host, even if you disagree with her.
We are all willing participants of this blog. No one, including yourself, is forced to be here. If you don't like what you are seeing, I doubt that anyone will miss your absence.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:51 knock knock, that's either your mother or mossad at your bedroom door.


The Lebanese don't care enough about Lebanon to protect it. Lebanon is under attack, why is Nasrallah hiding in a basement instead of protecting you from the IDF? Hezbollah is nowhere to be seen. Syria and Iran are all talk. Lebanon is now paying for its crimes.

And f%$% your proportional BS.

If a filthy pack of dogs bit your child would you limit your response to biting one of the dogs?

Anonymous said...

Lots of crocodile tears from Israel, I see...

Ignorant hateful people like you are deserved to be killed.

I hope an Israeli bomb lands on your house soon.

Omer (israeli) said...

Anonymous said...
"Nobody's family is safe in Lebanon or anywhere in the ME before Israel has completed its kosher Lebensraum plan of "Greater Israel": "from the Tiger to the Nile.""

Most Isreali's dont think that! We too have extremist. They are few, mostly living in settlments. I can promise you that i will die before i let these people decide the future of israel!

most isreali's just want peace. inside 68 borber. Olmert promised withdrawl for the west bank till 2010. People voted to him because of that. we just want to be safe in our country. And genocide is what's happening in sudan, not 50-60 innocent dead, tragic as it
is!!!

i invite you to my blog:
http://isrealinlebanon.blogspot.com/

good day!

Anonymous said...

"Are you talking about the terrorists that where hoods and carry around rocket launchers?"

It's hard to understand your message--had to resort to guessing.
Are you translating from Hebrew? In English "where" and "wear" are completely differnt words.
There is no mystery as to who has been committing STATE TERRORISM for the past 6O years, Shlomo. Did you come to "Eretz" straight from Russia to return "home" after 3,000 years by any chance? Is that why you are still so fascinated by clothing?

Ralph said...

Israeli citizens:
Nasrallah is addressing you on TV. Wanna know what he is saying?

Ralph said...

He is saying that you have made your choice. You have decided to support your government in its senseless aggression.

Anonymous said...

If one more person uses the term "friends" or "peace loving people" I'm gonna hang myself in my office because all i think of is dumbass Bush and his IQ diminishing speeches. And to

Suraj, You retard, Doha is just reporting, not making crap up. What you chose to believe from the news is up to you.

Ralph said...

He is saying you will soon discover your government is idiotic.

Ralph said...

Nasrallah has just said you are up for a big surprise.

Anonymous said...

"most isreali's just want peace."

No schmeer! Are you already preparing for some time in the future when you hope to get away scotfree by saying "vee vere just obeying orderz. vee didnt know"? No sale.
Since you claim to be a democracy for jews only, since you always voted only former terrorists and current war criminals into office it's impossible to claim most of you ever wanted peace. You wanted to steal more land AT ANY COST to the people you had the effrontery to claim did not even exist.
Maybe the zionist definition of peace is completely different in which case you should use a different word. Maybe "war crime.

Anonymous said...

BREAKING NEWS FROM CNN:
Nasrallah addresses the nation. Now he thinks he's our president, opps i mean the Prime Minister.

Ralph said...

He said "watch that spot" referring to the ship that bombed Beirut. "It will burn and sink."

Ralph said...

You're gonna buuuuuuuurn! Is what he said. An all out war. Not only our houses will be destroyed and our children die. He said your houses will be destroyed too and your children will die.

Ralph said...

Hope you are happy now, you war mongering pathetic idiots.

Omer (israeli) said...

Anonymous said...

"No schmeer! Are you already preparing for some time in the future when you hope to get away scotfree by saying "vee vere just obeying orderz. vee didnt know"? No sale.
"

are innocent killed while trying to kill terroist\freedom fighter (you choose) qulify as genocide?

yah, then maybe bombing innocent people riding buses, is genocide.

get a life!

Renée in the USA said...

Meanwhile, back at a news souce we of the world hear the following:

20:56 Nasrallah says Hezbollah is ready for `open war` with Israel (AP)

20:56 Nasrallah claims Israel Navy ship off Lebanon coast hit, about to sink (Reuters)

20:47 Nasrallah: I am sure that most of Lebanon wants to stand side by side with us (Ch. 2)

20:46 Nasrallah: Lebanon can either surrender or have faith in Allah and victory (Ch. 2)

20:44 Nasrallah: Today we are in all-out war, declared by Israel (Channel 2)

20:44 Nasrallah: Israel`s campaign is an attempt to avenge its defeat to Hezbollah (Ch. 2)

Ralph said...

Future TV:

Urgent: Israeli army confirms warship off Beirut coast hit. No injuries.

Omer (israeli) said...

Isreali news:
"Nasrallah after evading an assasination atempt, calls for revenge"

Anonymous said...

"are innocent killed while trying to kill terroist\freedom fighter (you choose) qulify as genocide?

Are you living under some rock, "Omer in Israel"?
Did you never hear what the Fat War Criminal used to call "great success"? Bombs dropped on residential buildings killing babies in their cradles under the pretext oif "targeting terrorists"? Well, you never stopped that policy. Did you never hear of the 10 people, children included, slaughtered at the beach only days ago by ziogoons?
How do they manage to keep you so completely uninformed and brain-washed? Is it because they keep telingl you that you are "chosen" and therefor superior to the subhuman Goyim or what?

Anonymous said...

And where is Nasrallah right now?
The big hero of all terorists is hiding underground like a stinking mouse, a cowerd that drag Lebanon into didaster and run a way leaving the innocent Lebanese to pay the price for his madness

Gilberto said...

GUNBOAT SINKING ?

Those of you in Leb and Israel, can you confirm/deny this claim?? What are the news reports saying?

Anonymous said...

"we have nothing against lebanon."

We just want to divert their rivers and to steal their water, to create factional, preferably civil war, so we can dominate them, otherwise we really have nothing aginst them....

"trust me, that if there was no hizbalah you would hear only birds."

and maybe the occasional supersonic boom to remind them who the Master Race is....

"go and protest, gain your freedom, you deserve it."

Nu, what a generous judeonazi you are, Volodja Gershn, calling himself "me, Tel Aviv." You really grant some subhuman Goy all that freedom of chloice?

Ralph said...

Not sinking. Hit. No injuries.

Joe (Lebanese) said...

Haaretz reporting: The Israeli Navy says that a warship off the coast of Lebanon has been lightly hit, no casualties.

Andreus said...

We the simple people never taken in hands of the weapon, we live and we work much, and we are ill like other people over the world.
We same as you, we as love a life and we wish to live in the country. We as well as you wish to be kind neighbours, we wish to visit neighbours and that neighbours visited us.We wish to be friends of you, to open yours старну for ourselves and to open for ourselves your country. We neighbours, and we cannot communicate, because between us costs a small quantity of bearded peoples from Hesbollah...
We speak on european languages, on arabic and on russian, we on a regular basis meet you in the Europe, we communicate and we do not understand, why we enemies. In fact we so are similar, you also as we want the world and prosperity to the house, you just as we, wish to live easy.
You lovely kind people, lebanones, and your country is fine and surprising. It is sincerely a pity to us you, you suffer only because a small amount of people in Lebanon have made war by the business.

Anonymous said...

"The big hero of all terorists is hiding underground like a stinking mouse"

How frustrating that must be for the cowardly judeonazis who prefer to bomb villages out of F16s or using missiles.
Having their behind whipped in lebanon the last time around by them must still sting, eh, Shlomo?

Omer (israeli) said...

i heared about the bombimg of the family on the beach. that didn't fill me with joy. Most people here, belive that what happened was an awful mistake. If i didn't belive it, i would have left the country forever. I won't be part of a genocide. It contradicts all the morals on which i was raised. I say this truely.

Isreal does some awful stuff, the Pl's are right to resist. But no ones happy with it. But one day will all have to put down our weapons.
I mean i can quote names of thousands of people that died by the hand of the PLO or Hamas Bombed, stabed, slautered, children, families etc...
But that won't bring anygood.

Norman said...

Israel backs out of Lebanon, backs out of Gaza, is willing to give up 90 percent of the West Bank. The Jewish world, wanting peace, is ready, willing and able to donate billions to the success of a Palestinian state. Never enough, all we get is people like anonymouse above at 2:19. War is hell cousin, when are you going to stop?

Anonymous said...

2:28


Who cares? Those villages are just pig pens that spawn more filthy terrorists.


Israel's taking out lots of would be terrorists and their ugly mothers.


Lebanon is going back to the Stone Age it just left a week ago.

123 said...

We don't need advices from israeli ppl or u guys criticizing us .. thnx u can leave us alone now thats enough !! Ur just some hypocrits. Plus ur destroying our country

Anonymous said...

http://www.drudgereport.com/

News Ticker:

Syria UN Ambassador tells TIME: Hezbollah could attack Israel nuke sites, "could have radiation spread all over the region"

Renée in the USA said...

CNN just announced the Marines are sending in troops to Beirut to evac the US embassy.

Andreus said...

Lebanese people is sincerely a pity to us. I and my family would be glad to see visitors some the Lebanese families if it was possible. We grieve over each lost innocent inhabitant of Lebanon, but Lebanon many years suffered organization HezbollaH, and now they kill us from territory of Lebanon. We approve actions of our army, but we regret for senseless victims of peace people.

Yuval from Israel said...

Lebanonains are not stupid them self.
one of their own ministers said - Syria gives the order, Iran the equiptment, Israel responding, and Lebanon is paying.

how sick is that?

and it's unfortunate that even now some Lebanonians deny it.

Anonymous said...

NEWFLASH: Islamofascist nutcase beats his chest and spews rhetoric. Film at 11 (assuming Hezbollah TV is still on line then...).

yawwwwn.

Anonymous said...

The beach people werent targeted by Israel at least that was the last conclusion, anyway if you are retaliating quassams that are falling in your cities things like that can happen. Specially since Palestinian groups dont care at all of their civilians. A responsible and honorable palestinan group will shot quassams to israeli military places and will evitate that civillians approach it's firing zone.
My problem with Lebanon its their main power groups like to ally to anyone and then couple of months later backstabbing eachother. The comon people seems to love their country, but i am not sure of their power groups.

Anonymous said...

no commant. just love the fact that we have a platform to talk to each other.

Khaled said...

Renee, their website doesn't show anyting yet...

I was telling my friends the last two days, that until the US evacuates the embassy, i'll be optimistic that the events won't last long..

It's a completely different ball game now. Shit.

Renée in the USA said...

Khaled, I hear you. I've measured the escalation of this crisis by our embassy there. I only heard it on CNN. I'm trying to find any other verification, and if I do, I'll post it.

Anonymous said...

Hi.

I am an Israeli living in Tel Aviv (a filmmaker). On behalf of Israel I apologise of the attacks made on Beirut today and yesterday and I hate it.

I just made a big report on Nancy Ajram - what's going on with her these days?

================
Nimrod

123 said...

Voila, that's exactly what I mean. Israelian that leaves comments on this blog are sort of "putting in our minds" one ideology that is to get rid of Hezbullah. And thats not good at all. With Lebanon's instability, we, Lebanese ppl become naive! & with isralien that leaves comments & tell us that if we want peace we should kick Hezbullah out, that is absolutly wrong. Hezbullah ( i'm accually talkin bout nassrallah himself ) is the only guy who "dares" to confront israel. so israel just wants him out by convencing Lebanese to think the same way as the israeliens !!!!!! pliz pliz pliz dont listen to them, these hypocrits !! Remember, if Hezbullah wasnt here the first time, lebanon would still be under the israelien domination !!

Yuval from Israel said...

what a non sence..
your stupidity is horrible

because of people like you Lebanon is week, fragile, and under attack.
should i remind you why in the first place israel entered Lebanon in the 70's?

adelay said...

So 123, you want hizbollah to stick around?

Anonymous said...

123 2:58pm. BWAHAHAHAHA!!! You're lucky that Uncle Bashar looks after you... What ever would you be without his loving attention? Oh wait, I know -- prosperosu!

Omer (israeli) said...

123 said...
"Remember, if Hezbullah wasnt here the first time, lebanon would still be under the israelien domination !!
"

And remeber if Israel weren't attacked from lebanon's teritory it would'nt have invaded lebanon in the first place! and we did'nt colonize it, it was just army trying to create a buffer zone.

sadly if we won't be able to curve the Hizballa, we'll probebly do it again. It makes no sense to let your villages and cities to be attacked.

From your side, were the aggresor. But form our side, we just do what we need, inorder to live.

123 said...

& PLEASE "Yuval from Israel" it's not Lebanonians or wrv u call us .. it's LEBANESE

Anonymous said...

123 2:58,

Say no to Israeli occupation!
Say yes to Syrian occupation!

I for one welcome your Syrian overlords.

Anonymous said...

"Israelien domination?" WTF are you talking about dude! I lived in Beirut, we were not under domination nor were we occupied. Israel was here to rid themselves of the PLO, remember them, another thorn in our sides as is Hiz.

Anonymous said...

Time to take out the Hezballah and Hamas snakes.

Yuval from Israel said...

sorry :)
LEBANESE...

for what it worth you should know that one of the soliders got kidnapped is muslim and we want him back. he's israeli too just like all others.

if it was all about occupying Lebanon believe me muslims wouldn't have serve the IDF.

Anonymous said...

To 123,
I hope you'll be killed in the night's bombardment

Andreus said...

wish to tell to you, Hezbollah member @123@, that your lie is visible to all without your words here to all clearly, that you do not pursue any purposes except for business. Your chiefs earn on your blood and it is very pity to me that you do not understand simple things. I have many friends to moslems, Christians and orthodox, they divide my opinion on your organization.

Anonymous said...

I will say goodnight and goodbye now to all the residents of Lebanon, Israel, Syria and Iran. If an Israeli nuclear base gets hit none of you will be on this Earth tomorrow.

Peace with you.

Solomon2 said...

C'mon, guys. Why won't Lebanon take advantage of its opportunity to ally with Israel and eliminate Hezbollah? Do it together, do it right, and Hez won't come back after Israel departs.

Anonymous said...

Get the ship ready for Nas to escape Lebanon as did Arafat. Hopefully, Syria will take him in.

Anonymous said...

Lebanese,
Take your country back!

It's now or never. The israelis are decimating HA.

Take your country back! Only you can finish the job!!

Yuval from Israel said...

123 shouldn't be killed

people have the right to say what's on their mind but he should realize the truth and not be blinded by one sided lies and prejudice shown on El manar for example..

that's why this t.v. offices had been bombed..

Anonymous said...

druze is not a muslim, Some ignorant israelis here as well

Renée in the USA said...

Well, Khaled, FOX news is reporting it now too. Dang. They were talking about needing to use choppers to do the evac because the runway is bombed at the airport. There are roughly 25,000 Americans there in Lebanon right now. I wonder if we'll be offering rides to the Brits and Aussies too? I don't care who we help to evac, I just hope with all my heart that Hizbullah doesn't try to attack our Marines while they do their job. I'm still trying to find a web source for the news.

123 said...

FK ISRAEL & ISRAELIEN PPL !!!!! nthn u say will convince us !!!! ur the one destroying beirut and lebanon u think ur smart nice and cute when u say ow we r heart broken. just shut up and mine ur on buisness on ur israeli blogs ... and dnt think ur loved by lebanese ppl, if u think so u might be dreamin! when we hear israel or everything realated to it it makes us want to puke .. AAKKKHHH i cant lsnt to these few words that i hate omg
i wish we could just take israel and put it somewhere near another country so they can suffer to have horrible neighbours as u

Anonymous said...

some people are just born ignorant and that will never change because they r blinded by their own faulty judgement.
It easier to kill them than to try to control them

Yuval from Israel said...

so what are they? aliens?

you can also say that most israelies are not jewish because they're secular..

that's stupid.
and i hope you'll get to see the reactions of the Haifa arab citizens against Nasrallah..
believe me they are more extremes then israelies.

123 said...

3:18 PM, Anonymous
I can guess ur Israelien, bcoz ur answer to evrything is killing.

Pff pathetic

Yuval from Israel said...

123 you're a sad person.

your hate is eating you from the inside and if you think that Syria or Iran is going to help you then you're the one who's dreaming!

look at their own nations! their own people are not happy themself being isolated from the world, unemployed, some are uneducated, and surely can't say what's on their minds.

maybe it's time for you to open up your eyes for the truth.

adelay said...

123.

Since you didn't answer the question, I'll gather you'd rather have the Hiz/Hez/Hooz/ballah around for awhile.

Well, Lebanon's government said that was ok and look what happened. They crossed the border and committed an act of war.

And now we have the results of such action. Something tells me if they were to stick around any longer they'd commit a few more acts of war.

I'm just thinking out loud here.

Anonymous said...

to yuval
druze is a religion, not ethnicity

Anonymous said...

123, can i get you a xanax or something?

Khaled said...

Well Renee, this scares me. If hezbolla decides to confront the marines, they would have to go through east beirut [Carine ;-)], and I don't know if people in those areas would allow them. They'd become legitimate targets to the bombings if they allow HA fighters among them.

I hope this conflict won't generate civil war. Damn.

Anonymous said...

how can anyone expect for lebanon to war against those who are defending lebanon against israeli aggression? you wouldn't. i wouldn't.

i can't believe the inanity of comments on this site. some are so hateful, so extreme. i guess lebanese are now "snakes?" filthy mothers? "you should be killed" if you think a certain way? our world is a sick, sick place.

i was assured by an israeli who apologized for the attacks on beirut, without qualifying anything else. thank you for your humanity!

be assured that the neocon psyops has found this IP address. sad. thank you for keeping us updated, but you might want to make this a member-only comment section if you want your blog to stay relatively sane.

123 said...

i'm wondering why all of a sudden israelien ppl are sortta helpin lebanon ..

you, who have always acted against lebanon always looking how to get lebanon in deep and deeper shit ...

i'm just thinkin out loud to.

Yuval from Israel said...

so as a religion they're closer by religion to the muslims then jewish faith..
i know both Druze and Arabs in my city, Tel Aviv, and they're both not supporting Hezbollah and feeling part of Israel..

what ever the t.v. shows you, you must understand the israel is not a blood hunter nations.
we're a democratic humanitarian nation.
it's true we had our mistakes in the past.. i will not deny it..
but you cant say now that israel is after war.
israel is after peace and justice.

Andreus said...

to 123
Awful neighbours always want the world with you at which wings of angels grow. Awful neighbours wish to trade to not be at war with you. And only a few bearded people who are not able to read and write, are able to kill only and want war. Thank them for your sufferings. We have the weapon which can erase all of you in a flash. Why we die, but we do not do it? Because we not animals, we wish to live easy. But we do not love, when us kill and we wish to stop it.

Anonymous said...

I can see where his is going, its the grand scheme of Nas. Create a civil war and have the Syria come in as peace keepers. Presto! Instant Occupation and Nas out smarts us once again.

Anonymous said...

to 123
I am not from Israel and i hope your ignorance will physically blind you.

Yuval from Israel said...

we??
we tried to hurt Lebanon??

we occupied lebanon just for fun like Syria??

we invaded Lebanon only because we were under attack by your teritory!
because of fundemantalistic people who seeks war and use Lebanon as hostage in order not to get their own nation into war!

Solomon2 said...

Anon 3:27: Of course I can expect it! After all, it has happened before. This time I expect the support for Israel will be wider than just the Shia in southern Lebanon.

Anonymous said...

3:27pm, don't be reassured or troubled by any posts here. We're all talk. Meanwhile, back in reality, the IDF is thanking you for hosting Hezbollah. I'd love to stay and chat, but keeping the Neocon Zionist Conspiracy running is a tough job and I must unfortunately get back to some other duties. Ta ta.

Anonymous said...

come on israelis!! wake up! people who were against hizballah are now supporting them after the unjustified,disproportionate reaction of the IDF. People who hated hizballah at this moment hate the israelis more. Hatred, murder and collective punishment should be opposed on both sides. This is too sad to discuss at the present moment. Thanks bloggers for the updates!

adelay said...

Hey, you run the Zionist Conspiracy too? I thought I was the only one...

Anonymous said...

Did anyone ever win a war by proportionality? Someone get back to me on that. L

123 said...

I can see only some people from Israel are leaving comments. I guess that is because of some bombarments, Lebanese are not able to leave any comments because they have no electricity...

Just a thaught.

And being surounded by Israelies scares me, they even might kill me through the internet so im out of here.

It was nice talking to u, it was certainly my first time & i hope (God) my last.

Anonymous said...

what is unproportional response? If i know there are 109 terrorists somewhere, it is only fair to kill them all

Anonymous said...

something about your complaints about "disproportional retaliation":

1. massive retaliation is our startegy in case we are attacked. We are a very small country in the center of a big hostile region and we can't sustain a very long war. but fortunately for you massive retaliation is not what you are getting.

2. Lebanon is being attacked by the 3rd (or 4th) largest airforce in the world, making bomb runs around the clock from bases approx. 100 miles from its targets with no effective resistance against it.
given those factors the reports of several dozens casualties so far just proves how surgical the strikes are and how careful are the pilots.

I think other people here said it better that you shouldn't whine but take control of your country and make sure you don't go to war against somebody you don't want to.

Anonymous said...

Yuval and Solomon. You don't lecture people on peace and your good intentions when our bombs are falling all around. You may have the point or not but the circumstances are not appropriate. You are simply driving these people mad. Leave them in peace until a better occasion.

Yuval from Israel said...

how can you believe that the IDF is coming to destroy Lebanon?

after Syria left you finally got your own nation.
and Hezbollah is a terror group supported by Syria who left in your country and is hurting you.

Hezbollah bombed israel time and time again and israel sat quiet for 6 years but no more.

can't you see that Syria and Iran is trying to make war with israel but they're too affraid to do it on their own lands, so they use yours??

Anonymous said...

123, me again, the one who offered you xanax. I didn't realize you also suffered from deep paranoia, so why don't we go with lithium instead? It's quite effective and widely available in affordable generic form. Good luck to you!

Anonymous said...

123,

Does that mean you're not in Lebanon and that you're a coward who wants the Lebanese to risk their lives to fight Israel, but you won't?

Oh, you're leaving. Probably won't get an answer then.

Andreus said...

Already nothing can be changed. Now all decisions is accepted by army. But in the future, you can change the world around -do not trust politicians who promise you paradise on the ground. Let's communicate and be friends, so we shall make the world around of us pure and quiet. We have nothing to divide.

123 said...

3:35 PM i think he/her is right. I guess it's my case.

3:41 PM Absolutly right.

I understand now. Thnx to u!

adelay said...

123:

I am reminded of a scene in Monty Python:

RUN AWAY! RUN AWAY!

And I'm Norwegian American calling the Philippiens home right now. I'm a citizen of the states all my life. I don't have much Jewish blood in me.

Solomon2 said...

Since allying with Israel is now possible and timely, mentioning it strikes me as entirely appropriate.

Yuval from Israel said...

i hope most Lebanese are not buyest and prejudice like 123..

and has more sence in their mind to know that israel don't look to destroy lebanon.

on the other hand look at what Syria Iran & Hezbollah had caused you..

Anonymous said...

"what ever the t.v. shows you, you must understand the israel is not a blood hunter nations.
we're a democratic humanitarian nation.
it's true we had our mistakes in the past.. i will not deny it..
but you cant say now that israel is after war.
israel is after peace and justice."
fuck you - this insanity is over, man.

Yuval from Israel said...

so in that case you're over..

Anonymous said...

The 3:55 was killed in a split second after 4:01 comment by a smart bomb. That is an example of Mossad gathering intelligence on the Internet and sending it immediately to jet fighters hovering above.

Anonymous said...

Amen

Yuval from Israel said...

is this a joke on the hand of the people who believe in conspiracy?


or are you truely mad?

Anonymous said...

well, 123 is indeed an idiot. i'd like to say more than just an idiot, but i feel uneasy flaming people. Glad to see he finally started using spellcheck in his later posts though.

Yuval, as much as I'd like to say that most people arn't like mr.123 over there, I can't do that. Unfortunatly for everyone, a good amount of people are similarly blinded and/or are supporters of hizbollah.

However, i'm sure you saw a good amount of people on this blog, that show good judgment etc, so there are a bit of both tbh...

anyway, I might be naive, but I hope all this will be over soon. And thanks for everyone's posts, especially the non-troll ones.

keep it up, bloggers ^_^

Anonymous said...

If you see a bed of snakes, don't just say, "Well, I will only be proportional in killing as many snakes as have bitten my family."

Take care to spare the butterflies, and to try and protect the birds and the bunnies, but take an axe and kill all the terrorist snakes. Be sure to eliminate all of the terrorist snakes - don't stop with just one or two. Because until you get them all, you will still have a snake problem in your back yard.

Yuval from Israel said...

i hope someday people like you
4:12 PM, will be the majority of the middleeastern population.

then we could truely say - a brand new life over the middle east.

Jad J said...

there's a Lebanese Analyst that was just on Future Tv called "Mohammed Slem" that i always enjoy his analysis (and sarcasm), does anybody knows in which newspaper he writes?
Thanks.

Jos said...

I enjoy Mohammed Salam's analysis too. They never mention in which newspaper he writes.

Jad J said...

hmm... anyway we can contact future tv and ask them ?

Lirun said...

Doha

Sending you love and warmth from Tel Aviv.

I love Lebanon. I am proud to be your neighbour and think of you as a torch of light to the middle east. your perserverence, your sophistication, your strength and your pride amaze me and fill me with awe.

I dream of us as peaceful neighbours.

May we see better times soon, god willing.

Lirun

derkmcgert said...

isreal = Fascists

Andreus said...

Sorry for breacked country, Lebanon...

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