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Old 09-18-2011   #1
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What's your stance regarding what's happening in Syria?

Some are showing it as a western attack in order to overthrow the last stronghold of resistance in the region, while others are showing it as a revolution against a dictatorship and should be supported.

Where should Lebanon stand in all of this? and what are the consequences you think Lebanon will face in case of any dramatic change in Syria?


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Old 09-19-2011   #2
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after seeing the people in libya wanting to declare an islamic state, and the people in egypt not even considering erdogan's proposal for a secular state. suddenly I am not too excited about these revolutions. in libya and egypt they would have replaced one dictatorship with another, and bye bye whatever secularism and human rights and women's rights and freedom of theater that existed in mubarak's days.
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Some are showing it as a western attack in order to overthrow the last stronghold of resistance in the region, while others are showing it as a revolution against a dictatorship and should be supported.
it is dictatorship...

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Where should Lebanon stand in all of this? and what are the consequences you think Lebanon will face in case of any dramatic change in Syria?
Well...we should sit aside and watch...
As for the dramatic change in Syria...well no one knows until it happens , other than that it is just speculations ..
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dictatorship won't last forever, Assad's regime will fall apart sooner or later... But that won't be good news for us, especially when it comes to the situation with Israel, the potential new syrian regime might not support the resistance as Assad is doing, hence, our situation in any coming war would be much much harder...
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i actually don't see el assad falling, however i see everyone around him doing so
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i actually don't see el assad falling, however i see everyone around him doing so
what do you see for my future
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dictatorship won't last forever, Assad's regime will fall apart sooner or later... But that won't be good news for us, especially when it comes to the situation with Israel, the potential new syrian regime might not support the resistance as Assad is doing, hence, our situation in any coming war would be much much harder...
1- i thought hezbollah doesnt need that much of support anymore.. Cant hezbollah fight without Syrian support now?

2- So assad = helping resistance , no assad = no help for resistance...
Assad = dictatorship = killing Syrian ppl , no assad = Freedom of what so ever..
i honestly dont care about anything, i just care how you link your future to a dictatorship regime...
3 -Everything has an end, even the resistance...someway , somehow...
4- What do u say for the person holding the below ?

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it is dictatorship...
Wasn't it a dictatorship when they launched a war against General Aoun that ended in 13 October 1990 while they were supported by the Americans, LF, Jumblat, Hrawi and all the others?

Wasn't it a dictatorship when Hariri and all the gang were licking the syrian boots in order to become ministers and deputies and steal our money in order to make fortunes?

Isn't the Saudi regime the most dictatorship regime in the world?? why it is supported by the same people and countries who are attacking the Syrian regime nowadays?

As a conclusion, it is not a matter of dictatorships, the whole story is that the USA and its puppets want to establish new regimes in the region that suits their interests and the interest of Israel, just like the Saudi regime and his alike.
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It's amazing. What have the Syrian people ever done that's making people question their loyalty to the fight against Israel? In 2006, who was it that sheltered us in their homes when we fled the border?

The argument that we should support the Syrian regime because of their support to HA is just stupid. I thought the reason for the resistance was to resist oppression. They support it in one place just so they can resist it in another? That doesn't make any sense. Not only is the argument stupid but it's low, selfish and if there ever was a definition for evil then this is it.
The Israelis live happy and secure on their oppression of the Palestinians, do you really want to live happy and secure on the oppression of the Syrian people? And how are you not as bad, if not worse, then the Israelis?

Now of course, Israel and the Western powers will take advantage of the situation. But if they do interfere and bring down the regime, don't be surprised if the Syrian people turn on you. Why wouldn't they? You watched the burn and did nothing.

Here is a woman that reminds me of when I was a kid in Lebanon. I used to see women like her in the south and I'd think that these are the ones that HA protects, apparently they save their own mothers by throwing others to the wolves.
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I find myself questioning my loyalties more and more everyday.

I really want a comment from HA supporters on the subject. Is this really what HA stands for?

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^^

If you're questioning your loyalties based on individual actions on the smaller scale rather than having them based on the big picture then your priorities and thought pattern need to be thoroughly revised. You should keep in mind that not only is the media lying, but it's fabricating news.
The Israeli agent the syrians caught recently? He had a base of operations in turkey, that was supported by both turkey and the U.S.A. Its only job was to fabricate news, videos, pictures, and give it to anti-assad media so it can be published.

I don't want to go into a debate. 'nuff said.

P.S: I'm not defending the syrian soldiers who did this ( If the video is actually real), but again, i refuse to look at individual occurrences rather than focus on the big picture and the outcome of these proceedings. So i repeat, you should probably revise your thought pattern before you do something as important as revise your loyalties.
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