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Lebanon   Africa and the Middle East

Started Oct-19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 1070 views.
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Oct-19

What ever happened to writing a sternly worded letter?


bml00

From: bml00

Oct-19

The woes of Lebanon go far deeper than just a WhatsApp Tax , it is about a society which cannot sort its self out , it is about 3 communities (actually 2) which cannot find common ground to allow the state to function

BM

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-19

bml00 said:

The woes of Lebanon go far deeper than just a WhatsApp Tax , it is about a society which cannot sort its self out , it is about 3 communities (actually 2) which cannot find common ground to allow the state to function

Fraud - what happened to Lebanon is everything to do with your destruction of it.

The nation’s security forces tried for decades to kill the P.L.O. leader [Arafat]. Now, former officials tell the story of how they failed - and how far they almost went to succeed. By RONEN BERGMAN - Author of "Rise and Kill First The Secret History of Israel's Targeted Assassinations" 2018

JAN. 23, 2018 ... Raful Eitan, the I.D.F. general, gave the regional commander Avigdor Ben-Gal a simple order: "Kill them all," meaning all members of the P.L.O. and anyone connected to the organization in Lebanon ... appointed the man he considered the I.D.F.’s top expert in special ops, Meir Dagan, to lead the efforts in south Lebanon. The three of them set up the Front for the Liberation of Lebanon From Foreigners. 

Between 1979 and early 1983, when it disbanded, the Front killed hundreds of people. ... On Aug. 5, 1981, Prime Minister Menachem Begin appointed Ariel Sharon as defense minister of Israel. ... "Sharon is liable to attack the Knesset with tanks," one of Begin’s deputies half-joked two years earlier.

Sharon quickly raised the stakes. He put a renewed focus on Arafat and gave the greenlight for Ben-Gal and Dagan to carry out an operation that, if it succeeded, would change the course of Middle East history. Operation Olympia called for Israeli agents to plant a massive set of bombs under a V.I.P. dais under construction in a Beirut stadium 

... Everything was ready, including powerful explosive charges already secreted beneath the dais, as well as three vehicles loaded with explosives that were supposed to be parked on the streets around the stadium; these were to detonate about a minute after the dais exploded, when the panic was at its height and the survivors of the initial blast were trying to flee the scene ... group of worried AMAN officers, as well as the deputy defense minister, went to Begin and demanded that he order Dagan to call it off. "You can’t just kill a whole stadium," one officer recalled telling Begin. "The whole world will be after us." 

... By then, Sharon was at work on a far grander scheme. On June 6, the I.D.F. stormed across the border into Lebanon. An army of 76,000 troops, 800 tanks and 1,500 armored personnel carriers advanced northward and within two weeks had commenced a harrowing siege and bombardment of Beirut’s western neighborhoods. Sharon presented the war as a limited incursion, aimed only at removing P.L.O. artillery that threatened Israelis, but he in fact had a far more radical vision: Israeli forces would conquer Lebanon and expel the Palestinians to Jordan, where they would be a majority able to establish a Palestinian state in place of the Hashemite Kingdom. This, Sharon reckoned, would eliminate the Palestinian demand for a state in the West Bank, which thus would become part of Israel. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/23/magazine/how-arafat-eluded-israels-assassination-machine.html

  • Edited October 19, 2019 4:52 am  by  BerrySteph
bml00

From: bml00

Oct-19

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-problems-in-Lebanon

1-religion/political issues.

2-no president for 2 years.

3-weak army, and hezbollah being more powerful and disrupting the country.

4-government : lack of health care./ lack of public transportations./ politicians stealing money and not paying taxes./internet is super slow./ phones calls, messages… are so expensive./ …

5-people don’t follow the rules.

6-there’s a garbage problem now.

7-almost all beaches are not public and only few of them are clean.

8-illegal constructions.

9-no 24/7 electricity. (we have 2 types of electricity powers: government’s power and private companies - we pay for both so we could have 24/7 electricity).

10- lack of organisation in almost everything.

11-enemy at the south: Israel. and another enemy on our east: syria.

12- syrian and Palestinians refugees.

everything related to the government is super bad this is why Lebanon’s private institutions are way better than the public inst.

and many many many more problems.

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-19

bml00 said:

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-problems-in-Lebanon 1-religion/political issues. 2-no president for 2 years ... 11-enemy at the south: Israel. and another enemy on our east: syria. 12- syrian and Palestinians refugees. everything related to the government is super bad this is why Lebanon’s private institutions are way better than the public inst. and many many many more problems.

Pure hasbara. All of Lebanon's problems come from from Israel, which boasts of killing 100s of people there, even when there was "peace".

bml00

From: bml00

Oct-19

Al Jazeera’s take on the Lebanese problems just in case you believed the resident half wit

Amid protests, Lebanon's Hariri sets deadline to resolve crisis
https://aje.io/35wlm

bml00

From: bml00

Oct-19

UK papers take on problems in Lebanon , obviously a bad conker season would be a Jewish plot for the cretin and his conspiracy theories

Violence flares in Lebanon as protesters tell their leaders to go
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/oct/18/lebanon-brought-to-a-standstill-by-protests-over-economic-crisis?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-19

bml00 said:

Amid protests, Lebanon's Hariri sets deadline to resolve crisis

Hariri is a Zionist puppet.

His dad murdered by patriotic Lebanese for his shocking betrayal of his country.

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