Friday, December 01, 2006

More pics!!






15 comments:

  1. hehehehe the last pic is hillarious !

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  2. Namir6:57 PM

    All those people wearing orange aren't from the FPM. They just made them wear the color to create the illusion of Christian participation.

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  3. Alseyassah koweiti daily reported 2 weeks ago that Hezbollah imported 30 000 orange T-shirts from Iran to dress a number of demonstrators. Apparently the T-shirts were made of the same material that is use to make the yellow flags of the Iranian militia.

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  4. Anonymous7:23 PM

    is there a danger of this becoming violent?

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  5. Anonymous,

    You have to ask the guys protesting. Unless there is any attempt to storm into any building, cut off etc... I believe there will be no violence.

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  6. And FINALLY, the coup d'etat plot that was cooked in August by Bashar Assad came about. Fellow Lebanese everywhere dig in and be steadfast it's gonna be tough...preventing the Assad regime from taking over Lebanon again.

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  7. Anonymous8:35 PM

    this blog is quite one sided... given the fact that there was a huge and massive participation number around 1 million in Lebanon... and yes, it wasn't just the Shi'ites... or no, wait, the roads in Achrafieh were just jammed cuz Haret Hreik'ers were going that way! Yalla, God protect all the Lebanese.

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  8. Anonymous8:38 PM

    I love the way you guys selectively put up these pictures! Yalla show the streets of dora and achrafieh jammed and packed and stuck. Maybe now the 'majority' will take heart that only a few Lebanese here and there are against them.

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  9. Anonymous, all together, two contributors put up 11 pix of the rally today. These are the pix that are available on the internet. If you have pix from Aschrafieh or Dora please send them in, we've provided an email address to anyone who wishes to contribute in this way. Here it is again if you missed it: blacksmithsoflebanon@gmail.com

    To the 'other' anonymous, this blog isn't one sided at all. I personally know all the contributors and they all have very different opinions. Whether they choose to express these opinions or not is up to them. Each contributor is responsible for his or her own posts only. Read the disclaimer...

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  10. Update: most of the masses already left the squares, a few thousands remained to spend the night in makeshift tents.

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  11. If you go to tayyar's website (the Aounists, so called "Free Patriotic Movement" ) they say that CNN estimates the masses at more than 1 Million people. When you go to CNN, you see that CNN actually reports 200,000. I think it's about time that Aounists stop complaining about propaganda and bias. They do much of both.

    http://www.tayyar.org/tayyar/
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    http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/12/01/lebanon.protest/index.html

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  12. Aoun's role as a national leader ended the day the orange turned yellow!

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  13. Anonymous5:26 AM

    it was on the cnn website (as 200,000) but on the tv live coverage it was 800,000...

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  14. Irrespective of what each one of us think and who is behind who and what. If one side has the right to exercise his/her democratic power (and change the political course of a nation) by street demonstration then the other has. And figures plus social/sect mix speaks for themselves. It seems that some people after having been saved by the Syrian during the war just keep not getting it. If they keep at it, I am afraid this time their will be no last minute retrieval or magic bullet.

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  15. the last pic is bull - they are posers - no way FPM chicks are that ugly....Arrrggg

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