Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah; Silence is Golden.

31 05 2011

Sayyed Nasrallah, you are wrong, very very wrong to call for the support of a criminal repressive regime of Bashar el-Assad. Too bad you have joined many of the so-called “Arab nationalists” who not only failed to speak up against the Syrian regime and its killing fields but also remained silent. I wished you had remained silent. Read the rest of this entry »

The “Killing Fields” of Syrian Arab Republic.

13 05 2011

For the brief few hours of the early fights on the Golan Heights in 73, the Syrian Arab Army simply disappeared, gone into “mothball” and comes out only when needed to crush “Arab” citizens and bomb “Arab” towns. Having secured the northern borders with Israel, it is not used for the defense of the country, but keeps the Ba’athist regime of Bachar Assad in business and power.

We saw the Syrian Arab Army roll into Lebanon to take sides in the Civil War and quash the “nationalist forces” and of course to remain in Lebanon for 29 years until it was forced to pull out in shame and in disgrace in February 2005 shortly after the murder of the late Prime Minister Rafik Harriri. Read the rest of this entry »

Arab armies are taking a “detour”.

1 05 2011

Syria, Yemen and Libya gives Arabs good reasons not to trust their national armies and must think twice if they decide to go to the streets to force change. The Egyptian and Tunisian armies proved to be an exception, giving hope to the rest of the Arab world. Arab citizens have to really worry about “Arab nationalist’s leadership” they prove once again, they are killers and murderers. Liberating Palestine starts with killing Syrians, Libyans, Iraqis, Yemenis, Algerians and Palestinians. Read the rest of this entry »

“Expired” Arab regimes.

27 03 2011

The Arab leaders seem to be waking up from long sleep, similar to the “people of the cave/ Ahl Alkahaf” the story in the Holy Quran or are waking up from overdose or hang over, even a comma. They woke up to discover there is a need for change and a need for reform and there are real people. All ran a police state that failed them at home and abroad. Syria is now blaming Israel for fermenting the uprising, adding insult to injury to the Syrian people. Read the rest of this entry »

Perhaps it is time to bring criminal and civil charges against Israel, the PLO, USA, Syria and the Lebanese Forces for the massacres in Lebanon

16 09 2009

Special Note: Today marks the anniversary September 16-18, 1982, when the criminal army of Israel and its allies the Lebanese Forces stormed the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatilla and went on a killing binge murdering thousands of innocent men, women and children. Ariel Sharon went on to become the Israeli Prime Minister to continue with his criminal history as a terrorists and mass murder. Elie Hobeika of the Lebanese Forces went on to become a key minister in Lebanon with the support of the late Hafiz Assad. Others who were involved became trusted financial advisors for Arafat and his wife Suha. Of course Arafat and his PLO simply turned his back to the people and never bothered to open an inquiry let alone file civil and criminal charges against governments and individuals who committed such a heinous crime. Read the rest of this entry »

Perhaps it it time to bring criminal and civil charges against the PLO, USA, Syria and Lebanese Forces for the massacres in Lebanon.

16 11 2008

As was expected, the Palestinian leadership sitting in Ramallah and around the world did not make a mention of or remembers the massacre of some 5,000 Palestinians civilians massacred in Tel-Zaatar on August 12, 1976. A massacre committed by the Lebanese Maronite militia, the Phalanges, Etien Saqr (Guardian of the Cedar) a coalition backed and actively supported by non other than Hafiz Al-Assad and his Ba’athist Party. Read the rest of this entry »

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