Tuesday, May 20, 2008

...Bared...

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:17 PM

    This army is a joke, if they cannot protect the Lebanese people who will?
    International force needed to save Lebanon...

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  2. Bad Vilbel11:55 PM

    Eh. I'm over it. The army failed to do its job last week. It's a joke. Let's face the facts and stop romanticizing that institution.

    There really is no point in having an army if it can't protect the country and its citizens from anyone.

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  3. Abu Jaafar12:10 AM

    The problem isn't in the army or the soldiers, its in the leadership...

    Foreign troops isn't the answer. Michel Suleiman on the other hand has broken many lines and I would urge patience. The calamities of last week may have not been responded to in a satisfactory manner but nonetheless, credit needs to go to whom it deserves. It was under his command that the Lebanese Army for the first time in decades established control of a Palestinian refugee camp (crushing a very well armed Fatah el Islam with almost nothing) and sent the Army to the south.

    Basically, Michel Suleiman has a few landmark accomplishments; I regret the response of the Army last week, they should have prevented the movement of militants (and they were mostly opposition) and arrested all bearing arms and shooting.

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  4. Abu Jaafar12:12 AM

    I salute the martyrs of the army and my prayers go to their families.

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  5. Arabic Coffee Pot12:33 AM

    We shouldn't take away from the Army's accomplishments 1 year ago, no matter what they did recently. It was still a great thing they did for Lebanon then.

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  6. Anonymous2:04 AM

    The problem IS the army. Its sectarian dithering allowed for massacres. It has to decide if it is a Lebanese Army or a diplomatic corps.

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  7. Bad Vilbel8:49 AM

    No point wallowing over old news, guys. As of a few hours ago, it seems HA has been given everything it asked for and more, in Doha.
    M14 has turned out to be a complete failure.
    And kiss Lebanon goodbye.

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  8. Anonymous9:33 AM

    Peace is NEVER a failure....

    Failure would be civil war.... Hizbollah should never have done what they did but we must look forward and move forward as a country..

    Enough is well and truly enough, we have suffered far too long!

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  9. And you will continue to suffer a lot more as long as your Arab "brothers" will continue stabbing you in the back and that your Western supporters will continue look the other way.

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  10. jimmy5:02 PM

    without the army there is no country so we should always support them, the alternative is worse.

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  11. Bad Vilbel8:03 PM

    I got news for you Jimmy, there is no country already.

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  12. Anonymous8:08 PM

    BV is right. Decisions will now be made by Hezbollah, not some fictional Lebanon.

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