March 14 Demands Shatah Assassination Be Referred to STL

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The March 14 forces condemned on Friday the assassination of former Finance Minister Mohammed Shatah, saying that his murderer is “known to all Lebanese.”

Head of the Mustaqbal bloc MP Fouad Saniora said: “We demand that his assassination be referred to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.”

The forces made their statement after an emergency meeting at the Center House in Beirut in light of Shatah's assassination on Friday morning.

“Shatah was killed at the hands of the same murderer who threatens us on a daily basis,” he declared.

“This is the same murderer who has not had enough in targeting the Cedar Revolution,” he remarked.

“The murderer, with its Lebanese allies, is targeting Beirut, Tripoli, and Sidon in Lebanon and Syria's Daraa, Aleppo, and Damascus,” he noted.

“We received the criminals' bloody message and we reply that Lebanon will remain free as tyrants will fall,” declared Saniora.

“Lebanon will remain a country of freedom, dignity, and coexistence,” he stressed.

Addressing the Lebanese, he said: “You should not be fearful, but the criminals should be fearful instead.”

“Lebanon will remain a country for all Lebanese in spite of the criminals,” he stated.

“Lebanon will not die and it will not surrender. It has existed before us and it will continue after our death. It will remain stronger than its enemies and the criminals,” said Saniora.

He announced that the March 14 forces will keep their meetings open-ended until they announce further steps to be taken after Shatah's assassination.

Former Premier Saad Hariri's adviser, Shatah was killed in a major car bomb in downtown Beirut.

At least six people were killed in the blast.

The March 14 General Secretariat later condemned the assassination, saying that Shatah's moderation "was a cause for concern for those seeking strife and crimes against humanity in Syria and Lebanon."

It pledged that it will continue along the path of “true resistance” that witnessed the martyrdom of the several supporters of Lebanon's independence, starting with former Premier Rafik Hariri in 2005.

It called on the people to take part in Shatah's funeral, which is scheduled for noon on Sunday at the Amin Mosque in downtown Beirut.

Comments 112
Thumb primesuspect 27 December 2013, 14:26

Very good m14

Thumb ice-man 27 December 2013, 17:14

14 minutes ago Arab Democratic Party head former MP Ali Eid on Shatah's assassination: This terrorist act reflects the political bankruptcy of the criminals and strips them from all ethical and humanitarian values. Now they have become criminals and killers.

Thumb geha 27 December 2013, 18:40

to hizbushaitan, iran and the Syrian regime:
today, you killed Mohammed Chatah, the moderate person.
please mark your records: there are over 2 million other Mohammed Chatah who repeat day in day out they refuse your terrorist militia and its acts.
they say to you: leave our country alone murderers.

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 18:44

to mustaqbal supporters:
today whoever killed shatah, a moderate person, clearly wants extremists to take over. they want you to react like the above person, grow hated and accuse blindly.
think for a second what the results of this would be, and who benefits from it.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:10

sure... let's look at the timing of this bombing... just before the STL, before geneva talks, before the presidential elections....

strange timing and who does is benefit to? hezbollah.....

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 19:40

wow peace, you're such a genius, how does an assassination, right before an assassination trial, serve the interests of the accused? do you actually listen to yourself!?!?!?
what it does is exactly what is happening before our eyes, right here and now: drones like you get even more entrenched in their accusations, even though they are all baseless from the start. it's pure propaganda, words and words only, on repeat mode since 2005.

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 19:41

anonyme you've posted all over the articles today the same comment with the obsession about 996. i've answered you in several places sop stop following me around asking the same thing again and again. makes you sound like a robot stuck on a loop.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:46

it serves them very well... it is a message to all those against hezbollah, a message against the president, a message that they do not want a cabinet that is not approved by them....

perfect timing!

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:49

oh and for the STL , wasn't shatah going to testify as a witness? perfect message to all those who are going to testify at the STL too.... LOL

Thumb cedre 27 December 2013, 14:26

The guy was not really much of a threat to anybody.Sad that the syro-iranian duo killed him just to send a message.
Allah ira7mo...

Thumb sevilla 27 December 2013, 14:33

This was a clear message by Hizb of terror to Hariri.... either accept our conditions or else. I am inclined to agree with @geha that hizb of terror is driving every Sunni to become extremist. Nothing will come out of any local investigation. The army intelligence flexes its muscles on 12 year olds and till now has been unwilling and unable to arrest the Eids in Jabal Mohsen. This is a criminal party that has to be eradicated. You cannot cure cancer...

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 15:27

If these kids want war so badly, then go on ahead, if they want it so badly, just let them, because no matter how much we do, to not create strife, we get blamed for everything.

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 15:28

Because Eid wasen't responsible :)

Thumb primesuspect 27 December 2013, 15:29

They need 2 be cut off

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 16:03

exactly, the guy wasnt a threat. killing him only serves two objectives: give m14 a new wave of sympathy and further deepen the divide in lebanon.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:08

" give m14 a new wave of sympathy and further deepen the divide in lebanon."

wahaha! but lebanon is already divide thanks tou your "divine resistants" LOL

who benefits? hezbollah... chaos further spread, good to maintain lebanon in status quo, good so no gvt is formed so good for them to continue their work in syria ..;) LOL

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 16:26

it's divided because the people you follow like a sheep are doing everything to antagonize, refuse dialogue and accuse systematically when they probably know better.

you say hezbollah benefits from chaos? how is that? man you're talking like a drone making sentences but without any meaning or a hint of actual intelligence.
they need a status quo? why? they did what they had to do in syria with or without a government. it does not make the slightest difference to them.
it's the people you support who installed and did everythign they can to keep the status quo ever since the war in syria started. they were betting on rebels taking power there and giving them some power here. pawns.

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 16:28

ever since hariri lost his throne and left like a spoiled brat throwing a tantrum, everything has been done to rot the situation. to make a point that it's either him or chaos, as he so clearly admitted when he called for the day of "rage"

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:33

sure moowaten ... when a political party goes against its gvt's policy we all trust it... we all say: waw! how patriotic they are!

hezbollah benefits from chaos : YES! because then no questions asked , no one to tell them anything... so as you put it "they can do what they have to do"! didn't khamenei tell them to do whatever it takes in syria? LOL

and the status quo has been set by you poor mooowaten! who blocked the parliament for two years? YOU! who ousted hariri before the end of the legal term ? YOu! who took the streets against the gvt's decisions? YOU! who went to syria despite the lebanese president's call? YOU!

so cut the BS and stop your hypocrisy and look at you in the mirror... you'll be disgusted by yourself... LOL!

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 16:42

@Piss you are the last one, that should speak about hypocrisy.

Missing greatpierro 27 December 2013, 14:50

It is another successful message from the Syrian regime to m14. Do as we want and accept our dominance on Lebanon or else we will continue decimating your leaders

Thumb cedre 27 December 2013, 14:56

No benefits to m14, like I said its just a message sent to them, qa Laho a3lam.
Btw I'm NOT m14 or a supporter of Saado.
I actually hate the fact that dynasties rule Lebanese politics, it shows how retard the country is.
But m14 are no criminals or saudi/iranian puppet.
If everybody was like Saado, Sleiman or Sami G, then Lebanon would be a better place...

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 15:21

lol forget about it, these people can't do anything else that accuse the whole world besides Israel. Kinda sad, because this is exactly what the Israelis goal is.

Missing daviddk 27 December 2013, 14:38

The Lebanese army and secret services equipped and trained by the West are very efficient and committed when it comes to attacks against hezbiran. They spare no effort to fight the Sunnis in Nahr elbared, Arsal, Saida and Tripoli. They were very quick to find the people behind the attack against the Persian embassy, but many years are gone by and they haven't found anybody behind the murder of Hariri, Hawi, Twaini and many others.
In Lebanon like in Iraq the Persians and their cronies are working closely with great satan. Lebanon is Iraq in the making.

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 16:33

well, that kinda proves the point doesnt it? STL people are incompetent tools or they dont really want to find the people behind the assassination of hariri. with all that money and resources spent and all the time they had, they would have found something by now if they were really trying.
unless they're covering up because they know israel killed hariri but they are not allowed to say it.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:36

sure and the STL is still waiting for the evidence HA has to imply the israelis...

oh! wait! they have nothing except propaganda to feed sheeps like you! LOL

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 16:39

This has been told for milosevich but guess what happy or not justice will be done even years after it...

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 17:40

they got it peace, they just ignored it. nothing suspicious in that, is there?

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:07

no they haven't mooowaten... the STL is still waiting for further evidence HA claims to have... LOL

Missing greatpierro 27 December 2013, 14:52

You do not want justice to prevail.

Missing greatpierro 27 December 2013, 15:04

And speak for yourself because many lebanese tax payer are ailing to pay for the Stl as without truth and justice we cannot have peace nor economic prosperity.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:09

STL is no tool of justice: exactly because it goes against your interests... LOL

the only "justice" you see is when it serves M8 interests! LOL

Missing greatpierro 27 December 2013, 16:27

What is it then? You think that Assad regime bombing of Aleppo is a tool of justice.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:28

sure... we all know that M8 is more intelligent than dozens of experts in investigation... LOL

Missing greatpierro 27 December 2013, 16:29

Take into your head FT. Justice us priceless as without justice no peace. Maybe the Stl is costly but it is essential for the future of Lebanon that the assassins and conspirators against Lebanon are identified.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:39

LOL poor FT... you obviously know nothing about how the investigation was carried out...and all the countries that participated and sent their experts...
good boy.. now go and watch elmanar for the truth!

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 16:46

STL is surely less costely that 2006 divinevictory....

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 17:41

peace it's not about the STL being smart or not, it's about their intentions. if they're trying to cover up for israel and/or frame hezbollah, as we suspect, they can be the smartest people on earth it wouldnt make them more trustworthy, to the contrary.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:06

but strange that HA keep saying they have evidence that israel killed hariri but still they never gave the evidence to a tribunal! LOL

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 19:27

they gave it to the lebanese minister of justice, who forwarded it to the stl. the stl chose to ignore it. nothing suspicious about that eh?

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:45

no they haven't mooowaten... the STL is still waiting for further evidence HA claims to have... LOL

Default-user-icon saudi (Guest) 27 December 2013, 15:21

this has saudi roshaniya written all over it.

Thumb FlameCatcher 27 December 2013, 15:26

They already paid a hefty price with the blood of their politicians.

Ba3den, you have the audacity of mentionning Lebanese tax payers ? Have your Hezbollah pay taxes and only then you can start to complain.

Thumb primesuspect 27 December 2013, 15:27

They r disgusting people, the scum of the earth.

Thumb geha 27 December 2013, 15:31

these murderers will not remain unpunished.
whatever message they thought they would send, they will receive a higher one very soon.

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 15:49

Yep geha, Israel shouldn't go unpunished, but mark my words, they wont be. Because your beloved saudi kingdom is behind it aswell :)

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 15:57

Not defending saudi at all, not by conviction (as regard to human rights and democracy), not by religion (not muslim so...) but u really think that saudi is behind the murder of anti assad regim politicians in lebanon?? Really??? So saudi israel hezbollah all wants to protect assad regim... You to: plus one for the logic

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 17:44

no that's not how it works imagine. when you kill harmless people you're not doing their opponents a favor, you're making them look guilty and inciting hatred against them.
who would have cared about shatah? he was going to take assad down? he was going to beat HA all by himself? no, but dead he is a symbol around which forces can be gathered and heated up to go fight.

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 15:52

On this geha i disgree they never paid for their crimes.. The syrian regim ambassador is still preaching us every week..

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 15:50

Same song every assassination, so israel keep on murdering anti assad politicians.. So by ur logic israel is protecting assad since 2005 (2004 marwan hmadeh) so why is also hezbollah protecting assad regime?... What a logic:plus one southern..

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 16:30

when they can they kill hezbollah people, laqqis, mughniyeh... when they cant they kill m14 people, so people like you get all heated up and start being incited against HA. only a matter of time before you do what israel has been wanting you to do for the last 8 years: die in their place fighting HA.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:35

wahaha! again israel! LOL why not KSA this time? or qatar? LOL
poor mooowaten and his hezbi propaganda... we all pity you...

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 16:49

Lol do you refer to yourself as "all?" Stop crying piss

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 18:40

keep laughing peace, you dont even realize the joke is on you.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:08

sure i ll keep laughing at a joker like you mooowaten... you are just an antilebanese hezbi lover who is happy to live in chaos created by hezbollah....

Missing lebcan 28 December 2013, 01:10

imagine_1979... Well Said
they are tyrants!!!!

Thumb geha 27 December 2013, 15:55

killing the most moderate of m14 after so many vocal threats....
and you still have some who have the nerve to come here and tell you: do not accuse hizbushaitan without proof!
to those willing to appear stupid because their Iranian masters ordered them to come on such sites to defend their terrorist militia, we say: go back to iran. the Lebanese people will haunt you soon and the stone you will try to hide behind will tell about you.

Thumb Mystic 27 December 2013, 16:51

And i will say go back to Saudi geha, you can preach your bs all you want overthere.

Thumb beiruti 27 December 2013, 16:04

On Wednesday, President Sulieman said that he could accept a fait accompli neutral cabinet, that is, one in which neither Hezbollah nor any other political party could hold a veto. Yesterday, Naim Kassem, in response to the President's suggestion voiced strong opposition and said "Anything could happen".

Last night Safadi is assassinated by car bomb. Message delivered by Hezbollah -- don't think about doing anything independently with the Lebanese government because we know where you all live, how you go to work and we can kill any of you Lebanese, anytime, anywhere.

And then they want dialogue!

Thumb beiruti 27 December 2013, 16:04

On Wednesday, President Sulieman said that he could accept a fait accompli neutral cabinet, that is, one in which neither Hezbollah nor any other political party could hold a veto. Yesterday, Naim Kassem, in response to the President's suggestion voiced strong opposition and said "Anything could happen".

Last night Safadi is assassinated by car bomb. Message delivered by Hezbollah -- don't think about doing anything independently with the Lebanese government because we know where you all live, how you go to work and we can kill any of you Lebanese, anytime, anywhere.

And then they want dialogue!

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:12

another crime against M14 people carried out by ... M14!

and M8ers have NO shame in saying it! LOL... hopefully they are not ashamed of appearing ridiculous believing they are smart... typical sign of madness!

Thumb geha 27 December 2013, 16:33

ashamed? they need to be people of honor first to feel any kind of shame.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 16:36

yes true... their honor lies in the highest bidder i forgot! LOL

Thumb bill_the_butcher 27 December 2013, 16:59

The state should punish the Hezz...

Oh wait....Was there one shred of evidence connecting them with the murder???????????
NO??????

Still, Hariri said it was them so it must be true. He has no reason to lie to us.

Thumb ice-man 27 December 2013, 17:06

Have you tried Uncle Deek's burgers on Manara?

Thumb ice-man 27 December 2013, 17:15

I knew it from the first time you logged on with your new but familiar screen name: You are a peace loving non violent person.

Thumb bill_the_butcher 27 December 2013, 17:22

Do not feel threatened ohh fellow citizen.

Leave the threats to the politicians. That is all he seem to be good at, sort of.
Even though Shatah did not hve the best interests for Lebanon, it is still sad to see our country being taken advantage of. Even sadder to see how some politicians use this tragedy to dictate their aims and goals for my country.

Thumb bill_the_butcher 27 December 2013, 17:34

I was going to say...the shouldve choose a better pic.
Not a looker in the bunch...

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 27 December 2013, 17:37

People of Lebanon! Haven't you had enough? do we really need to keep burying our heads in the sand? We all know who did this. Deep down we all know who's got Lebanese blood on their hands for the sole purpose of advancing their political interests and garnering more power. enough is enough! stand up and be heard! we need a strong state with all weapons and forces under the control of a government we elect. It is the only way to end this terror. we need to take our country back!

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 18:05

yea! let's start a war to finish destroying whatever is left of this country and show those trying to get us there that we are easily manipulated sheep!

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 27 December 2013, 18:12

didn't expect any less from a syrian masquerading as a Lebanese. No by all means let us keep our heads in the sand and accept being murdered and terrorized by your low life masters. Lets not take back our country from murders and terrorists. iza ma 3ajabak rou7 ballet el ba7er.

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 18:41

how about you grow a brain and realize you're being manipulated? the real criminals are laughing at you and your childish avatar.

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 27 December 2013, 18:57

take your zionist conspiracy theories and stuff them! I am sick and tired of people like you insulting our intelligence with your disgusting vomit. you kill good people and walk in their funerals. on top of all that, you have the audacity to tell me I am being laughed at!? tfhe to sit meyte tfhe.

Thumb geha 27 December 2013, 19:08

by repeating their stupid comments, mowaten, ft, mystic and their likes think people will believe them.
but I am sure that deep inside they themselves do not believe a word they talk about.
since they get paid to post this way, it seems that sometimes they start believing their own shit.

Thumb bill_the_butcher 27 December 2013, 17:38

Yala Hulk. Start Smashing

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 27 December 2013, 18:12

those cowards deserve nothing less!

Thumb beiruti 27 December 2013, 17:48

Really a cruel statement, FT. These M14 folks have a stricken look on their faces since they have all been targeted for assassination. If you had the bulls eye on your back, would you look any different? Would you even show yourself in public, or ride about the streets of Lebanon?

Missing helicopter 27 December 2013, 18:23

Many factions display arrogance and un-stately behavior in Lebanon, but no one displays it as blatantly and as provocatively as HA. Many factions dare to stand up to Lebanon's authority be it civil or military, but no one does it as effectively and with such impunity as HA. Many factions display lack of citizenships and loyalty to Lebanon, but HA is the prime example in doing such (even public institutions such as public schools within their domain is decorated with their flags and their heroes not the flags or heroes of Lebanon). When it comes to intimidating the opponent and efficient elimination of the opponent, HA demonstrated Basij-like efficiency.

Missing helicopter 27 December 2013, 18:23

Continued.....
I do not know for sure who killed Mohammad Shattah, but given the furious response of HA officials and other M8 followers to President Suleiman's initiative on forming a neutral cabinet of moderates followed by the assassination of a Sunni moderate makes HA a prime suspect and any investigations should start with that in mind...... given HA history, they are guilty until proven innocent.

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 18:28

“We demand that his assassination be referred to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.”...The African leaders and most persons in the world consider this body as racist and illegitimate. Would Israel and the West consider being investigated and judged by ANY WORLD BODY?

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 18:32

Would KSA be willing to be tried for their crimes? These verbal attacks do not help M14

Thumb FlameCatcher 27 December 2013, 18:37

@bigjohn : KSA is a sovereign country. Until proven otherwise, Hezbollah is not a sovereign country. Am I mistaken ?

Hezbollah is not above any law. All Hezbollah members are Lebanese citizens and subject to Lebanese law and any adopted international law.

Am I wrong ? Is Hezbollah above Lebanon ? Or do they OWN or CONTROL Lebanon ?

It doesn't matter if these criminals accept or reject justice. They are GUILTY by simply failing to defend themselves when there are tons of evidence. If evidence is fabricated, then it's simple to prove !

Thumb _mowaten_ 27 December 2013, 18:42

so KSA and israel are above the law? neat.

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 18:59

FlameCatcher...in an International court there is no difference between individuals working for a party or government. Most of the persons that have been convicted are head of states (kenya, Sudan) and some are militia leaders like Taylor of Liberia. When you have an international body that investigates and prosecutes some and not others it is illegitimate. Billionaires like Hariri think they can buy the world court for political reasons.

Thumb FlameCatcher 27 December 2013, 19:06

Until you prove me wrong :
1- Hezbollah is not heading the state of Lebanon
2- Hezbollah is not above Lebanese law
3- STL was approved by the Lebanese parliament and whether you like it or not, Hezbollah has to comply with this decision !

So take your excuses to ignorants and naive sheep who fall for them.

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 19:40

"STL was approved by the Lebanese parliament and whether you like it or not, Hezbollah has to comply with this decision"..........The world is not that simplistic. Who in this world have complied with decisions that were made ahead of time when the actions taken they considered unjust? How many UN security council resolutions are being violated daily ...not just by Israel and America? In What country politicians have not changed their decision on something?

Thumb FlameCatcher 27 December 2013, 20:26

@bigjohn : law is law. Lebanese law is not UN law.

Hezbollah does not enjoy the luxury of deciding which law to abide with and which to ignore. They want to change the law, they can do so in parliament.

In the meantime, they are criminals involved or accused of murders, assassinations, smuggling, war crimes, spying on behalf of a foreign country and soooo much more.

They are not above the law and have to answer to justice !

There is no excuse you can come up with to absolve them of their crimes !

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:17

the STL IS NOT a Lebanese verdict or "law"...

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 23:26

it is international law which lebanon respects ... LOL

Thumb FlameCatcher 27 December 2013, 23:30

@bigjohn, since the STL was approved in the Lebanese parliament, yes it is legalised under lebanese law. There is no escape or excuse from it...

You don't like it, change the law... convince HA to conduct parliamentary elections, they were the first ones to object ...

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:39

PEACE....Lebanon "respects" or follow "international Law" when it favors Israel? ALL ARAB leaders REFUSED "international law" calling the president of Sudan a "war Criminal" who must be isolated!!!

Missing imagine_1979 27 December 2013, 18:34

No so lets do like israel and the rest pf the world, u know let our judiciary system be in charge u know our judiciary system that coul't som mamlouk in smaha case bc they don't hv his mom's name, our judyciary system who didn't move a funger for a peacefull citizen killed during peacefull prostest in front of the camera in front of the iranian ambassi bc not enough proof... Yes bravo, or lets get the hight islamic consil of the revolution tribunal (the same that chose who can run for presidency in the verry democratic iranian islamic republic) to help us...
Plus one for u to bigjohn...

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 18:40

pay attention to what your saying. So if our judicial system stinks then we should pick another system that also stinks?

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 18:52

"FULL POLITICAL WAR AGAINST THEM..." does not achieve anything. It will only lead to more bloodshed and expect the Army to do nothing and break up.

I mostly feel bad for the innocent civilians that are being killed (not the so called "leaders") in this bombing, the persons at the Iranian Embassy, RTC

Thumb irus_da_virus 27 December 2013, 19:07

I would like to understand one thing from M8 and their supporters. So the STL is an Israeli American conspiracy, ok fine. And the Lebanese judiciary is incompetent, ok fine, and the ISF is a traitor organisation, ok fine, and when by some miracle the security apparatus catches the criminal red handed, M8 criminals can not be brought to justice because they are ashraf nes and are untouchable. Tayyeb what authority will you respect and believe in? The one from Mars??

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 19:26

M14 are the ones who oppose the Lebanese judiciary. Yes, both sides have to agree to an authority that they respect and believe in. making criminal accusations without any proof only serve to make the situation worse.

Missing peace 27 December 2013, 19:27

they agreed on the STL lol....

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:14

Peace, have you heard of politicians changing their positions ESPECIALLY when things happened they consider unjust?

Thumb thepatriot 28 December 2013, 10:43

http://www.courrierinternational.com/article/2013/12/26/pour-en-finir-avec-la-theorie-du-complot

Default-user-icon Fauchindo Zagalmin (Guest) 27 December 2013, 19:23

Long time no see all these clowns gathered in one place. Why do we have to wait until one of the pagliacios falls to have the pleasure of seeing the gathering of this troupe? We miss the red scarves, too. How about importing some Allahou Akbar-printed green scarves from Saudi Klabia? They are more befitting thee days.

Thumb LEBhasNOhope 27 December 2013, 21:22

spoken like a true a murderer.

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 19:48

In the last parliamentary elections in 2009, m14 and the centrists got 44% of the votes even though they got the majority of parliament. I do not think the "centrists" like Jumblat, Miqati, Safadi, etc will form a cabinet with ONLY M14? if they do, they will not achieve anything.

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:02

M11 Why An area like Nabatieh with 3 MPs that has as much voters as kesrwan with 5 Mp's? Shouldn't they have the same number of Mp's?

92% of Shiite voted for M8 not 100% in 2009? If M14 stop trying to bribe Shiite from voting for M8 and instead reduce their Anti-Shiite rhetoric maybe they could get more voters. In Koura, where I live and where M14 won the elcetions, 96% of the the small shiite population voted for M8!

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:48

M11...in Koura 500 out of about 1000 eligible Shiite voters voted or 50%. NO PLACE in Lebanon you had 96% eligible voters who voted, which is ridiculous. The small Shiite community in Koura who voted, 96% went to M8. this is higher than the so called Shiite areas. Look at the results for yourself and STOP creating figures!

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 23:51

"so when you kill M14, you expect M14 to say "thank you"".......Who the hell is you??? We are talking about Shiite voters. is you the ENTIRE Shiite population? You are totally losing it.

Thumb sevilla 27 December 2013, 22:23

You got a point there.... but why did he have to use 2 tons of explosives to do it?

Missing bigjohn 27 December 2013, 22:48

The Assassination of Shatah has to do with the conflict in Syria. Foreign elements (like the GCC, Syrian regime, Syrian opposition or Israel) believe that it is in their interest to extend the war in Syria to Lebanon. Lebanese of all sects and political persuasions have a strong cultural bond with the PEOPLE of the Syrian Arab Republic, and many (like myself) have relatives married to Syrians living in Syria. We Lebanese had a war for 15 years (from 75 to 90). During this time, the Syrians DID NOT go to war against each other because we Lebanese were killing each other. It is NOT in the interest of M8 including HA or M14 (except the Takfiris) to bring the Syrian war to Lebanon. KEEP IT IN SYRIA (before it is too late)

Missing bigjohn 28 December 2013, 00:02

1. I said ONLY some of M14 are Takfiris and it is not in the interest of M14 EXCEPT the Takfiris.

2. Really??? So if Takfiris kill Sunni moderates, which they have done around the world, you should do nothing???

3. Who is You??? I said the people behind it are foreign elements whose interest is to bring the war to LEBANON.

"evidence is evidence"???? There is enough "evidence" to put just about every Lebanese leader for crimes if they are investigated for crimes in Lebanon, not to mention their foreign masters. Again, keep the Syrian conflict in Syria.

You are NOT making any sense. Good night.

Missing lebcan 28 December 2013, 01:14

tyrants!!! will Fall.... Inshallah!!!

Thumb bill_the_butcher 28 December 2013, 02:11

Why isn't it plausible that Mohamed Chatah a moderate was assassinated by ISIS or AL -Qaida etc?!?!

Default-user-icon Turvail Franzo (Guest) 28 December 2013, 07:24

Shatah was the liaison between Farts 14 and Sanni First and their US master. Just think of this incident as an initial warning by the US to Saudi Arabia not to go on a tangent of its own in Lebanon and to get back on track as the master orders, otherwise, the worse is yet to come to the old ally and their always-subservient amrak sidos. As far as asking the STL to handle this assassination, well, I promise to reveal my identity if this happens. I swear. 3al wa3d ya kammoun

Thumb sunni 28 December 2013, 08:26

rikbit el tabkha!