Nasrallah Rejects Tripartite Power-Sharing, Urges 'Domestic' Talks over President

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Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday called for “domestic efforts” and dialogue to elect a new president instead of awaiting the outcome of any Saudi-Iranian talks, stressing that Hizbullah has never raised the issue of tripartite power-sharing between Christians, Sunnis and Shiites.

“We extremely regret recent remarks accusing our camp, especially the Shiite duo, of seeking tripartite power-sharing, and someone is trying to say that we want a presidential void because we want to reach tripartite power-sharing,” Nasrallah said in a televised speech commemorating late scholar Sheikh Mustafa Qassir al-Ameli.

“They have returned to this issue despite the fact that we had denied it. They sought to incorporate it into the presidential race in a bid to pressure the Shiite duo. If we don't accept their proposals, they accuse us of seeking tripartite power-sharing,” Nasrallah lamented.

“Accusations that we are seeking tripartite power-sharing are baseless and you should provide evidence. Bring us a single statement by a Shiite scholar that proves that we are seeking tripartite power-sharing in Lebanon. We would apologize if you do so. No one has raised this issue and you know that the idea of tripartite power-sharing was never on our minds,” said Nasrallah, addressing the rival camp.

He reminisced that “years ago, the French were the first party to raise this issue in Tehran.”

“They told the Iranians that the Taef Accord had become outdated and asked them about their opinion regarding tripartite power-sharing. The Iranians had never thought of this matter, but they asked us about it and we said that it is totally out of the question,” Nasrallah clarified.

“Should anyone insist on accusing us of tripartite power-sharing, they can take their time to realize that this is not true,” he added.

“This matter is out of the question for us, we have never thought of it and we have never demanded it or sought to achieve it,” Hizbullah's chief underlined.

Turning to the issue of the stalled presidential election, Nasrallah called for “domestic efforts” in this regard instead of waiting for foreign negotiations.

“Foreign powers are saying that they won't intervene, so why are you waiting for them?” he said.

Nasrallah called for “serious efforts and multi-party efforts to reach the needed result in the issue of the presidency.”

“We call for more than dialogue between al-Mustaqbal (movement) and the Free Patriotic Movement,” he urged.

“In light of our relation with Iran, I tell you that you should not await the outcome of the Iranian-Saudi negotiations, because until the moment, there is no known date and it is unknown if there will be an imminent date. The topics of the talks are still unknown and no one has said that the presidential vote will be on the table of negotiations,” added Nasrallah.

“Moreover, Iran does not impose anything on its allies, not in Lebanon, neither in Syria nor in Iraq or any place, because it respects its friends everywhere,” he pointed out.

He urged all the “keen parties” to exert real efforts to salvage the presidential juncture.

“The Saudis are openly saying that they don't want to interfere, which means that no one wants to interfere. We call for domestic efforts to hold the vote,” added Nasrallah.

“Agree to hold the election and accept the figure who is the strongest at the Christian and national levels and we're willing to go to parliament, but the party that is preventing the strongest figure from reaching the presidency is well-known,” he went on to say.

On the current security situation in the country, Nasrallah said one of the most important factors for security is "pacifying the political rhetoric, which means an end to sectarian incitement."

"Despite everything happening in the region, I stress that we are keen on security, peace and stability ... and on communication and cooperation at any level," he added.

Commenting on the recent wartime Syrian presidential elections, Nasrallah said the vote “proved that a political solution in Syria begins and ends with President Bashar Assad."

He also said the warring parties should "stop the bloodshed" and negotiate.

"We call on combatants ... to move towards reconciliation and dialogue and look for political exits to stop the bloodshed," added Nasrallah.

“Syria's election is one of the most important events that have recently happened, in addition to this popular turnout which represents a major victory for its leadership,” he said.

“Someone described the elections as a 'zero' and this is 'his zero' and another issued a statement full of insults which does not contain a single political sentence,” Nasrallah added, referring to statements by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and former Premier Saad Hariri, respectively.

“The Syrians said we're the ones who make Syria's future, not the U.S. or Geneva I and Geneva II.”

Nasrallah also pointed out that “the blessings of Syria's victory will affect Lebanon and the entire region.”

Assad was re-elected in a landslide, officials said Wednesday, capturing a third seven-year term in the middle of a bloody three-year-old uprising against his rule that has devastated the country.

Syria's parliament Speaker, Jihad Laham, announced the final results from Tuesday's election, saying Assad garnered 10,319,723 votes, or 88.7 percent. Laham said Assad's two challengers, Hassan al-Nouri and Maher Hajjar, won 4.3 percent and 3.2 percent respectively. The Supreme Constitutional Court put turnout at 73.42 percent.

Assad's victory was always a foregone conclusion, despite the presence of other candidates on the ballot for the first time in decades.

Voting was held only in government-controlled areas, excluding huge tracks of northern and eastern Syria that are in rebel hands. The opposition and its Western allies, including the United States, have denounced the election as a farce.

Y.R.

Timeline
  • 06 June 2014, 18:58

    Nasrallah: The blessings of Syria's victory will affect Lebanon and the entire region.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:57

    Nasrallah: Everyone must acknowledge that the war on Syria will not lead to controlling it and that to preserve Syria the continuous fighting must come to an end.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:53

    Nasrallah: The elections told the entire opposition and world powers that the political solution "starts and ends" with Dr. Bashar Assad. There is a president who was elected for another seven years and whoever wants a solution must hold talks with him.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:50

    Nasrallah: The Syrians said we're the ones who make Syria's future, not the U.S. or Geneva I and Geneva II.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:48

    Nasrallah: Through this massive turnout, the Syrian people proved that Syria will remain united in the face of all those who are plotting to partition it. It also proved that the state is cohesive and capable of running an election. It also highlighted the Syrians' resolve.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:48

    Nasrallah: Someone described the elections as a "zero" and this is "his zero" and another issued a statement full of insults which does not contain a single political sentence.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:42

    Nasrallah: They described the vote as a masquerade before it even happened ... and pressured the Syrians and prevented them from voting on their soil. Why didn't you allow them? The opposition had a chance to highlight a boycott had polling stations been opened across the globe. They did that because they had information that Syrians would go and vote across the world.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:40

    Nasrallah: The Syrian leadership was pressured not to hold the vote and its friends were asked to mediate to prevent the elections from taking place, but its stance was decisive.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:38

    Nasrallah: Syria's election is one of the most important events that have recently happened, in addition to this popular turnout which represents a major victory for its leadership.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:37

    Nasrallah: One of the most important factors for security, is pacifying the political rhetoric, which means an end to sectarian incitement.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:36

    Nasrallah: Despite everything happening in the region, I stress that we are keen on security, peace and stability ... and on communication and cooperation at any level.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:35

    Nasrallah: Accept the figure who enjoys Christian and national representation in the presidential vote and we're ready to go to parliament.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:33

    Nasrallah: I urge all the keen parties to exert real efforts to salvage the presidential juncture. The Saudis are openly saying that they don't want to interfere, which means that no one wants to interfere. We call for domestic efforts to hold the vote.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:32

    Nasrallah: In light of our relation with Iran, I tell you that you should not await the outcome of the Iranian-Saudi negotiations, because until the moment, there is no known date and it is unknown if there will be an imminent date. The topics of the talks are still unknown and no one has said that the presidential vote will be on the table of negotiations. Moreover, Iran does not impose anything on its allies, not in Lebanon, neither in Syria nor in Iraq or any place, because it respects its friends everywhere.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:31

    Nasrallah: We call for serious efforts and multi-party efforts to reach the needed result in the issue of the presidency, and we call for more than dialogue between al-Mustaqbal and the FPM.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:30

    Nasrallah: Foreign powers are saying that they won't intervene, so why are you waiting for them?

  • 06 June 2014, 18:29

    Nasrallah: This matter is out of the question for us, we have never thought of it and we have never demanded it or sought to achieve it.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:28

    Nasrallah: Should anyone insist on accusing us of tripartite power-sharing, they can take their time to realize that this is not true.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:28

    Nasrallah: Years ago, the French were the first party to raise this issue in Tehran. They told the Iranians that the Taef Accord had become outdated and asked them about their opinion regarding tripartite power-sharing. The Iranians had never thought of this matter, but they asked us about it and we said that it is totally out of the question.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:26

    Nasrallah: Accusations that we are seeking tripartite power-sharing are baseless and you should provide evidence. Bring us a single statement by a Shiite scholar that proves that we are seeking tripartite power-sharing in Lebanon. We would apologize if you do so. No one has raised this issue and you know that the idea of tripartite power-sharing was never on our minds.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:25

    Nasrallah: We extremely regret recent remarks accusing our camp, especially the Shiite duo, of seeking tripartite power-sharing, and someone is trying to say that we want a presidential void because we want to reach tripartite power-sharing. They have returned to this issue despite the fact that we had denied it. They sought to incorporate it into the presidential race in a bid to pressure the Shiite duo. If we don't accept their proposals, they accuse us of seeking tripartite power-sharing.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:24

    Nasrallah: Regarding the Lebanese University and its professors, the state and specifically the cabinet must shoulder their responsibilities.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:22

    Nasrallah: The entire political class is responsible for addressing the situation and all parliamentary blocs have an ethical, national and humanitarian duty and they don't have an excuse not to head to a parliamentary session to resolve the issue, do justice to employees and rescue the academic year.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:21

    Nasrallah: The ruling political class is responsible for this situation and it must address the problem.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:19

    Nasrallah: Leaving the situation to reach this extent is something bad and irresponsible and I will not use other terms that I have in mind.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:19

    Nasrallah: We have reached a very critical moment and there is an impression that a part of the political class is deliberately seeking to pit the public employee and teachers in a confrontation with students and their families.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:18

    Nasrallah: We have major and very crucial challenges before us, topped by the new wage scale, the official exams and the academic year.

  • 06 June 2014, 18:15

    Nasrallah: The resistance would not have been able to defeat the plot against Syria had it not been for this popular, scholar and institutional presence and because it is a resistance that has a broad and solid popular base.

  • 06 June 2014, 17:59

    Nasrallah: Sheikh Mustafa was an idol and an example whom we need ... He is an idol for us as a scholar, researcher, investigator and teacher.

  • 06 June 2014, 17:55

    Nasrallah: We in the resistance do not not attribute achievements to certain members while they are alive. When we speak of victory, efforts and sacrifices, we speak in general without going into details.

  • 06 June 2014, 17:54

    A memorial ceremony held by Hizbullah for late scholar Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in televised address commemorating late scholar Sheikh Mustafa Qassir al-Ameli: I will talk about three topics -- this occasion, the Lebanese affairs and the Syrian affairs, in light of the "unity of fate" slogan.

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Comments 147
Thumb Marc 06 June 2014, 17:57

There we go again, celebratory gun shots in the City... The only language these idiots know!

Thumb Marc 06 June 2014, 18:48

I don't agree with either side using celebratory gun fire; they have arrested some in Tripoli; will they dare arrest any in Dahieh??

Thumb eagledawn 06 June 2014, 18:53

those arrested were your brethren from jabal mohsen, propagandist!

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 18:59

but but bashar told people not to shoot in the air, even iranman told his sheep not to shoot in the air.... just hypocrits pretending to be "civilised" while they lead a flock of brainless chicken....

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 19:02

Marc, you know it, I know it, their mother's know it: the answer is NO, they will not be arrested.

Thumb popeye 06 June 2014, 19:10

33 minutes ago Nasrallah: Accept the figure who enjoys Christian and national representation in the presidential vote and we're ready to go to parliament.

This figure is Dr. Samir Geagea. Now, zip it and go elect him without further delay!

Default-user-icon ibindl george (Guest) 06 June 2014, 19:37

flamethrower easy when you celebrate

Thumb ice-man 06 June 2014, 19:38

:) Hakim W'bassssssssssssssssssssssssss !

Thumb chrisrushlau 06 June 2014, 20:13

Ten million votes are almost half of the Wikipedia estimate (as of 2010) of Syria's population. How does that compare with the Egyptian turnout. But what do you think Nasrallah prefers over power-sharing? "One person, one vote", giving the Shiite majority the power to elect Lebanon's government on its own if it chose to give all its votes to one party?
Will you keep your French name in a post-independence Lebanon?

Missing greatpierro 06 June 2014, 20:44

Thèse were alawites you prodictable idiot

Thumb freedomarch 07 June 2014, 00:35

Let it rain bullets let lt rain hate, Has of Iran will never be a mate, blinded by his power, soon by God he will meet his fate.

Thumb Chupachups 06 June 2014, 18:01

Yawn

Missing ghzayel 06 June 2014, 18:15

ya sayed Hassan do you have any control over your armed religious militia or not everytime you make a televised appearance???

if you do please spare your resistance bullets and the rest of the lebanese nuisance and aggravation.

a lot of would be tourists coming to lebanon this summer are watching what your militia men are doing on the ground and it is scaring them away and most of the reservations this summer could end up in cancellations.

Thumb ex-fpm 06 June 2014, 18:26

Nasrallah: The resistance would not have been able to defeat the plot against Syria had it not been for this popular, scholar and institutional presence and because it is a resistance that has a broad and solid popular base.

I challenge you to accept a referendum and we will see how much popular support you have.

Thumb ex-fpm 06 June 2014, 18:27

The Murshid of the Islamic Republic of Lebanon is delivering his speech(:_

Thumb freedomarch 07 June 2014, 00:58

If every time we see him an innocent get shot, Qassim hide your thugs or theres going to be a fight. It is clear allover your forehead i see the word Idiot , in a large big words print.

Thumb lebpatriot2323 06 June 2014, 18:35

Man!!!

Thumb lebpatriot2323 06 June 2014, 18:35

A real men speaks!!!!

Thumb canadianpaul 07 June 2014, 01:34

Sheep!!!

Default-user-icon ghassan (Guest) 06 June 2014, 18:40

Nassrallah should be talking about his thugs who want to liberate Baabda and Tarik-leh-Jdideh, and build Israeli style settlement in Lassa?

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 18:46

Taqiya, it's an entertaining concept, let's all observe as he speaks on behalf of all Iranian Revolutionary Guard implants in Lebanon and elsewhere. Always stick to where they came from, that goes for any other foreign parties.....and queue the "M14" wahabi nonsense from M8 in 5, 4, 3, 2.....

Missing peace 07 June 2014, 00:08

seems it was too long to read for his brain to support! he just read the title like all those who cannot read!

Thumb Elemental 07 June 2014, 00:32

you missed the point completely yet again.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 18:46

Quiz: Nasrallah has been inspired by one of the following orators. Guess who? (the winner will win a one way ticket to Qom.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOv-Ncs7vQk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnpTWKKWQ1o&feature=kp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12kZh4PJR64

Thumb eagledawn 06 June 2014, 18:49

sure no surprise there, you relate to Sheikh Mustafa al-Ameli and Nasrallah.

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 18:50

They're too predictable, unfortunately thinking they're above the law.

Thumb eagledawn 06 June 2014, 18:51

Where in the world will you find someone claiming to head a resistance to liberate allegedly occupied territory who speaks on matters of elections, constitution, universities, and other worldly matters. LOL

Thumb eagledawn 06 June 2014, 18:55

Can sayyed hassan of the resistance tell us what is his time-table to liberate shabaa farms. Is it year 2400, 3400, or year 9000? LOL

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 18:55

Hezbollah and Amal's great example is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, along with the Aounist's Gerban Barteel, they are trying to emulate their hero:

"Beyond the sanctions-busting oil scheme, as much as $200bn in petrodollars is believed to have disappeared during the eight years of Mr Ahmadi-Nejad’s rule – or 30 per cent of the country’s total oil revenues of $650bn, according to estimates by economists and analysts." (From the Financial Times today)

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8df9c092-ca2f-11e3-bb92-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz33sIbbIrb

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 18:57

who cares about this "Sheikh" other than those brainwashed people... just a pretext to give his sheep their weekly fix...

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 18:59

Christians exist too, it's shocking to you I know, but try to remember who was there before. PS Religion and Politics never mixed, look at how awesome things are in the region because of it.

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 19:28

no it wouldn't and Lebanon would be better off without them...

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 19:30

If it wasn't for Hezbollah, Lebanon would have a thriving economy and a vibrant democracy and would have signed a peace treaty with Israel like Egypt and Jordan.
Tens of thousands of lives would have been spared and tens of thousands of expatriates would have come back home.
Lebanon would have become a centre of technology, culture, healthcare, tourism and education.
Instead we are still listening to bearded morons that have no value added to civilization and that belong to an age when our ancestors were still living in caves and worshiped the sun.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 20:32

Actually most inhabitants in the land of Palestine are doing very well and I mean here the citizens of Israel.
GDP Per Capita:
Israel: USD 37,035
Lebanon: USD 9,920
Iran: USD 4,750

Ever since 1948, the Palestinian question has been used to rob Arab populations of freedom, education, economic growth, technology and culture. Instead they were fed words and emotions and hate. They were fed defeats that became victories thanks to hollow propaganda and lies.
The Palestinian question and religion is the great lie that feeds degenerate Arab, Islamic and Iranian dictatorships.
Hezbollah is part of this failed culture of hate, this unproductive society, this uncultured environment, these religious taboos.

Default-user-icon Rambo (Guest) 06 June 2014, 19:53

Nasrallah: The elections told the entire opposition and world powers that the political solution "starts and ends" with Dr. Bashar Assad.

Negative. A bullet to the Butcher's head is the only solution.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:23

Hi Haters! Back by POPULAR demand Ahruf Al Nass does it again! :)

Icey!!! Waynak Ishtatilak, the rest of the M14er band wagon have no wits or humor to them ur worth th whole lot....blzzzzz switch to ourside lol

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 20:37

You mean Akhraf Al Nass no? (Akhraf from Kharoof)

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:48

WOW ur so clever <- #Sarcasam LOL Icey Blzzzzz waynakkkkk these guys are so LAME!!!

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 20:59

Woooooow man you seem so cooooool, You are an American hipster or hip hop gangsta!
You like your bearded Islamo fascists though, you are so down dude!
LOL! WTF PITA!
I wish Nasrallah would use degenerate texting abbreviations instead of his Islamo Fascist rhetoric. Let's see:
Ya Ashraf Al Nass: YAAN
Al Adou Al Sahyouni: AAAS
so his speeches could be summed up as yaan aaas yaan aaas yaan...
and the herd would respond: LYN LYN LYN (Labbayaka Ya Nassroullah)

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:28

Hashish is a hell of a drug.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:31

Hi Mr Sour Puss hope your having a great D-Day :)

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:28

Dearbourne treating you well my good sir?

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:30

Dearborn Dummy and yes thank you very much :)

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:35

Glad to hear, so I guess you're one of those families living in, yet hating, the US, one of 8 kids and milking the system for all it's worth?

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:40

Living the gangsta life in the US and supporting Hezbollah. I would only say FBI time baby!

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:43

Knowing the FBI it's a matter of time, that area is under constant surveillance, they leach off of welfare/disability checks and send the money over to HA from there, everybody knows that.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:47

1 of 4 kids and no I dont drink milk im lactose intolerant but thanks for asking

Thumb lebpatriot2323 06 June 2014, 22:09

Dearborn Rocks! All these Takfiri cannibals hating because they don't have no place in Dearborn or anywhere else.

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:28

Actually Iranpatriot, there's a huge amount of Takfiri in Jacksonville Florida, as well as New York, and in Atlanta, so I don't really see what valid argument you can come up with. Either way I'm happy you're both under surveillance on a constant basis there.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 22:31

Ahlif Elemental?! Are u Taqikying us bro??? lol

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:36

Not really, just pointing out facts.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:41

Do you here how idiotic you sound M11er? I guess you thought the "D" in D-Day stood for Dummy...well if thats the case YOU WIN! Bravo

Missing Cloudhopper 06 June 2014, 20:53

Hey, it's theresistance. What up my wigger?

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:57

Hey its the headchopper how are you Wahhabi .... SO LAME! lmaooo

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:30

I love that pavlovian gag reflex of yours, soon as someone disagrees? = Wahabi/M14, you're funny.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:38

Thank you Elemental or should I say Wahabi/M14er :)

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:39

Thanks for proving me right :) and no I don't like either Iran or KSA, so your point exactly, besides making a fool of yourself is?

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:56

Anytime Wahabi/M14er..."And no I don't like either Iran or KSA" I never asked dum dum but thanks for sharing hope you have a Iran/KSA free day :)

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:01

Ring ring.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 22:33

The AT&T Subscriber you are trying to reach dosnt accept calls from Wahhabi/M14ers please hang up. lol

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:38

You clearly haven't read about Pavlov's dog and conditioning, learn about it when you reach grade 10 and you'll get the reference. Your responses are entertaining though.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 23:30

Clearly Elemental...and thank you thank you, I do aims to blzzzzz don't forget to tip Ur waitresses folks gn everybody!!!

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 20:49

Nasrallah is the protector. He protects assassins, drug dealers, thieves, liars and wife beaters. He also protects murderous dictators and the Islamic fascist Republic of Iran.
He protects corruption, Omar Bakri and the salafists of Nahar Al Bared.
He protects killers of Lebanese politicians, journalists, thinkers, soldiers and officers.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 20:58

Yea Machia that pretty much sums it all up! I guess our "taqkiya" wasnt strong enough to fool u...DARN IT!

S.O.B. :( Happy D-Day Dummy :)

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:06

A better name for you would be lovetheassassins4.0 soon to be renambed lovethemassmurderers1.0

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 21:30

They let you out of highschool early today?

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:33

I will take that into consideration Machia thank you :) until than why dont u just call me daddy K princess...Have a nice day

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:46

FBI time princess...remember Hezbollah is a terrorist organization, according to your government, and you princess are living the good life in Dearborn, Michigan, USA.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:58

@Machia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEKEjpTzB0Q&feature=kp

Thanks :)

Thumb FlameCatcher 06 June 2014, 20:52

What a pile of BS vomitted by the mouth of Nasrallah as usual. Nothing else comes out of the Kezb.

Point is :

- HA are traitors for helping Lebanon's occupier and butcher
- HA are traitors for celebrating the election of a foreign president with bullets shot in the air
- HA are brainwashed into thinking the Syrian people are united and that the election is "clean"
- HA are brainwashed into thinking the results will change anything in Syria
- If Hassan Nasrallah wants a president, let him declare his candidate and send his MPs to vote

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 21:02

"Taqkiya" Dog! Dont Hate our Shia world takeover is nearly complete Muahahahaha.

Thumb FlameCatcher 06 June 2014, 22:49

Unfortunately, there is nothing Shia about your world. Real shia reject both your Ayatollah and Nasrallah ... especially in Iran.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 23:53

Nooooo say it ain't so FT! Especially Iran too??!! Me sad :(

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:10

Enough with your antisemitism!
Zionism is a political movement that can be criticised but insulting a race or a religion will only make you sound like a degenerate.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:18

Israel's GDP: USD 245 Billion.
Hezbollah and Mustaqbal get a few billion a year from Iran and Saudi in aid too.
But this is is not what makes an economy. It is education, planning, security, an efficient bureaucracy, a well intentioned government, a great judiciary.
Hezbollah has managed to destroy all this.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:38

ibn-joumhouri-islami-Iran,

You are the most intelligent, cultured, educated professor of resistance. you are the Plato of Lebanese politics and the Aristotle of Islamo fascism.
The world cannot live without your degenerate theories and opinions supporting murderers, dictators, thieves, assassins and drug dealers.
You are adding value to Islamo fascism and I wish your beard to grow in size and wisdom.
I just wish you agree that my values and your values will never meet. And thus I suggest you root for your own country in the South and leave me in my own country.
You can fight the Israelis, your son, grand son and great grand son can live to hate and fight the Israeli. I wish you well.
But better you, your son, your grandson and your great grand son live in a separate country that you can call the Islamic Republic of South Lebanon.
I will call mine Lebanon and hopefully build it to become a beacon of hope, enterprise, culture and education.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:51

I am happy to leave you to your Islamic fascist reality and keep my dreams of freedom and prosperity.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 21:48

You and your Syrian Nationalist family will be most welcome in the Islamic Republic of South Lebanon.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:19

Nope. It was the Ottoman Empire. There were no nation states 100 years ago in our part of the world.

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:00

It's a well known fact Iranian Revolutionary Guard members came through the South around 40 years ago, meshed with the local Shia's of Lebanon, learned the dialect and then began imposing themselves on the Shia's of Lebanon, and now the rest of the country. So please don't bother stating that because it's known they're Iranian implants.

Thumb theresistance4.0 06 June 2014, 22:34

Of course! EVERYONE KNOWS THAT! Duhhhhh
Happy D-Day Dummy :)

Thumb lebpatriot2323 06 June 2014, 22:10

Takfiri cannibals are shivering!

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:16

Hi, you don't get out much do you?

Thumb lebpatriot2323 06 June 2014, 22:17

Lol @ lame idiot Takfiri

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:18

No takfiri here dear, you're entertaining though.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:24

جمهوری اسلامی ایران باید اطلاعات خود را

Thumb amatoury114 07 June 2014, 05:21

crawl back into ur stinky hole

Thumb Elemental 06 June 2014, 22:18

Thanks for bringing your sectarian garbage out, which if you were a real Lebanese you would accept Christians, as normal Lebanese live side by side. Churches and Mosques are side by side as well here, so back to Iran.

Thumb Elemental 07 June 2014, 09:10

Good morning, go back to Iran. Sincerely: civilized society

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:20

ooof of course I forgot that you are a violent one ibn-jomhouri-islami-Iran!

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:28

This is the advert you should put in Al Akhbar newspaper:
ibn_joumhouri_islami_iran and his syrian nationalist family are seeking citizenship in the Islamic Republic of South Lebanon. Good violent skills. Will kill, maim, torture, rape and steal. Excellent history in Assad worship. Hates everyone who is no Assad worshiper.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 08:50

Ibn_Bashar_Worshiper,

Amrak Seedo! I will stick to the Balestinian cause and stop talking about Bolitics.

Thumb Mystic 06 June 2014, 22:33

Another golden speech, by the Glorious Sayed Hassan!

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:37

We have a most glorious King;
The heavens, He says, are His throne;
All worlds are His mighty domain,
All kingdoms His scepter shall own.
He dwells with His people below,
He loves in their trials to share;
We dwell with the King for His work,
His burden we willingly bear.
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I’m dwelling with Hassan my King;
I’ve found where He dwells with His own;
I’ve opened the door of my heart;
He’s made it His temple and throne.
Like Mystic I sit at His feet,
Like Aoun I recline on His breast;
His presence is fulness of joy,
His bosom is infinite rest.

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:47

Nope that is a Hymn to our lord Hassan Nasrallah!
I truly admire his stand for Omar Bakri and the takfiris in Nahr El Bared.

Thumb Mystic 07 June 2014, 01:13

This is the victory hymn machia american coward.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lUiKC8s_ys

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 09:20

Oh I thought it was this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6MIi6ptAZ8

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 22:45

آیت الله خامنه ای می خواهد مهارت های نوشتن خود را

Thumb Machia 06 June 2014, 23:57

what is it with all the violence and the insults? You should meditate a little, close your eyes and dream you are living in the Islamic Republic of South Lebanon.
Your wife wearing her cute little chador, your little girl has one too but it is pink, your son is now a teenager and his beard has started growing.
You, Flamethrower, his father, are so proud of this beard. A symbol of resistance. A symbol of pride. You all hold hands and go to the rally given by the glorious Hassan Ali Bassil (Barteel), the grand son of the General who converted to the religion of the great Khamanei.
Like a good Islamo fascist you start crying when Hassan Ali Bassil goes stands on the podium.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 00:04

You flamethrower are older now but you can still remember how to steal electricity from your neighbour's and you are so proud of Hassan Ali Bassil and his father Gerban Barteel who showed you how you can steal, lie and cheat and become a professional thief.
Hassan Ali Bassil starts his speech with the lisp of Nasrallah and the eye twitch of his grand father Michel.
To those living in Lebanon, the country next door, Hassan Ali Basil is a nutter combining the craziness of his grandfather and the megalomania of his ultimate Islamo fascist idol Nasrallah.
But to you flamethrower, you who were once part of the Islamic Republic of Lebanon Youth, Hassan Ali Bassil is everything.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 00:06

Now I hope you relaxed. Wake up, drink some water and do not be so rude when you lose an argument!

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 00:14

JoumhouriIslamiIranpatriot666,

Your arguments are incredible! Your retorts extraordinary! You are a great thinker! I am sure you are Hezbollah's advisor for international media relations.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 08:56

Ibn_Bashar_Worshiper,

You should try different combinations like:

Scum Takfiri Zionist or Takfiri Zionist Scum etc.
But the combination makes perfect sense. After all Theodor Herzl, Ruhollah Mostafavi Moosavi Khomeini and Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Wahhab are all great intellects that added so much to our way of lives and made the Middle East a true paradise.

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 23:28

all the hezbi girlies cheerleaders are out tonight... seems turbanman act like pavlov upon them and they feel strong! LOL how ridiculous they are though!

just dogs barking behind their master's legs, pretending to be strong but their idiotic barkings only prove how desperate they are to get a bone...

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 23:42

go and play with your doll ok baby girl? i have nothing to tell you but to spit on your treacherous face, bashar lover....

Thumb amatoury114 07 June 2014, 05:27

la2 fahmein da7esh ....i think you should re visit pavlov's experiments so you can understand that the results with dogs like urself does not apply to ur analogy...u just thought of showing on this thread that you kinda read something knew and u wanted to show us ur intellect.....hahahaa...it is called etalage d'information unfortunately it does not fit the context....ahbal

Missing peace 06 June 2014, 23:46

out on the insulting spree like a true empty minded idiot you are? makes you feel strong as in real life you are a nobody but to come here and insult! waw! gives you balls you lack, eunuch....

Default-user-icon ML (Guest) 07 June 2014, 00:43

I believe that HA and the shiaa in general do not want tripartite power sharing. Not because they are all holy and awesome as they claim but because when looking at the grand picture of things in the region for the years to come, it is in their interest to give Christians and minorities as much power as they possibly can.

Thumb lebpatriot2323 07 June 2014, 01:18

No it makes me laugh at how stupid it is. You are really smart for picking name between m8 and m11, not!

Thumb smarty 07 June 2014, 01:56

<<== Reminder

Thumb smarty 07 June 2014, 02:18

what. now you claim they committed suicide? get outa here.

Missing fathallah.massacre 07 June 2014, 02:29

“Should anyone insist on accusing us of tripartite power-sharing, they can take their time to realize that this is not true, years ago, the French were the first party to raise this issue in Tehran.”

tfou this filthy sewer floating turd cannot open his mouth without spewing lie after lie he thinks everyone is as stupid as his brainwashed bee2at! It was the Iranians who proposed the change in the Taif agreement. Instead of having a 50-50 Christian-Muslim power sharing, the Iranians proposed thew three equal parts, that's what they offered Jean-Claude Cousseran, Bernard Kouchner's envoy to Tehran. The different Lebanese MPs were at the french sponsored La Celle-Saint-Cloud conference in 2007 trying to come to an agreement on a new president, the Iranians also wanted that the Shiites should have more executive powers, they would help with the presidential elections if those conditions were accepted.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 08:46

Ibn_Bashar_Worshiper,

Your argument although valid disappear in your rudeness. I guess this is a highly intellectual debating strategy that was learned in your great Syrian Nationalist University of Crime, Assassination and Insults.

Thumb Elemental 07 June 2014, 09:12

Because you're of Iranian origin, it's a basic concept.

Thumb freedomarch 08 June 2014, 06:42

What I think is Hizbola's plan is to Control the 100% and not even the 1/3 of the country.

Missing fathallah.massacre 07 June 2014, 02:37

We call for domestic efforts to hold the vote
how about attending the parliament's voting sessions dumb ass, how can the MPs elected a president if you keep boycotting the sessions, and if you truly wanted to keep it domestic you should have told Faysal el Mekdad to go to hell instead of praising his leader, wasn't he speaking on his behalf when he boasted the a couple of days ago of Syria's role in electing the Lebanese president.

Filth in a holly man's disguise the worst kind of hypocrite.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 08:42

Ibn_Bashar_Worshiper,

You are very angry this morning. Go kill yourself someone and calm down. Or maybe go steal your neighbour's electricity or better blow up his car. We want you to be happy and shout from all your heart after your criminal deeds: Labbayka Ya Bashar!

Thumb Elemental 07 June 2014, 09:12

Have some cranberry juice

Missing helicopter 07 June 2014, 02:37

Turning to the issue of the stalled presidential election, Nasrallah called for “domestic efforts” in this regard instead of waiting for foreign negotiations............... smoke and mirrors. All he need to do is attend the Parliamentary session to elect a President.

Thumb amatoury114 07 June 2014, 05:21

dearbon....the armpit of the american cities....yuk...it shows how much you know stinky lebpatriot

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 08:47

Ibn_Bashar_Worshiper,

Your intellect amazes me.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 10:04

Ibn_bashar_worshiper,

Hehehehe! That is a great way to argue a point. The Bashar and Maher brigades thought you well. Glad am not your neighbour or you would have blown up my car.

Default-user-icon Supporting for truth & stability (Guest) 07 June 2014, 10:29

Wallah! I like Machia, Really shaking them up.

For once Flamethrower chooses to ignore you cause truth hurts.

Its not usual of him & speaking of the others they are scattered.

Wallah! I worry for you But someone needs to stand up to these fascists.

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 10:35

Ibn Libnan ,

There is no reason for you to attack someones faith, I am not Christian but you are showing your cards through your frustration of Machia.

It shows me that you are losing your Head, giving away that most probably Machia is speaking the truth.

Either refute him with facts or Just ignore him like Flamethrower has. which I find very unusual of him with respect)

Machia must be on the right track if this is your response including others here with personal attacks campaigns.

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 10:38

It goes to all unless you have something to counter claim & refute. Then the presenter has a legitimate statement to make which could stand to be true

unless Refuted or the least ignored. as Flamethrower has done & advised others to do.

Well I still don't know if its the real flamethrower. his name has chamged over a thousand times?

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 10:41

flamethrower.- 11 hours ago 50

leave Ghachia alone, it's a hopeless case.

could this be the Real Flamethrower?

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 11:09

Ibn Libnan

Please show some restraint, & have some patients That is the etiquette of a true Muslim.

"Invite to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious: for thy Lord knoweth best, who have strayed from His Path, and who receive guidance"

Surat An-Naĥl 16:125

Ibn Libnan

if the facts he (Machia) has given are tottally illigitimate then rather than attack him personally & his Faith. this undermines your argument.

There are Christians who support Syrian President & there are Christians who support the other side.

Your not attacking Machia your attacking all Christians. Stop it.

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 11:30

49:11

O you who believe, no people shall ridicule other people, for they may be better than they

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 13:32

Oh dear, firstly buddy you need a few lessons in demography and history and a lot of lessons in self respect. Furthermore, I bid my superman against Satan any day!!

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 13:35

Ibn_jomhouri_islami_iran,

I don't debate religious fantasies but your words prove that you are the ultimate islami fascist takfiri and that is ok with me.
This is why we need to split Lebanon into a secular country and an Islamic Republic where Hassan Nasrallah and Omar Bakri can live happily ever after.

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 13:54

You sir are a disgrace to your people, whoever they are, unless they are all like you. Furthermore, in case you did not see my post above, you need a few lessons in demographic history, and a lifetime of lessons in self respect.

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 14:29

And why is that?

Thumb Kalzyturks 07 June 2014, 13:56

Ibn Libnan,

An apology is not being called for.

straighten your ways & keep moving.

Jesus did say

Hear O Israel The LORD our God, the LORD is one.

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 14:01

HA never denied its allegiance to Iran, I don't see where the lies are

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 15:08

You of course bint_bashar_worshiper

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:17

Have you ever seen the March of the penguins narrated by Morgan Freeman?

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 15:17

"ibn_libnan 5 hours ago 20
Islam is the only risistance against evil in the world while every other has bowed down to the shaitan"
"ibn_libnan 4 hours ago 20
If u believe a human being is a god u must be delusional enough said"

Who is the takfiri Ibn-Islamo_fascism?

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:21

Would I be a takfiri if I believe in Superman? Or does it have to be Batman?

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 15:23

Excellent! It has to be the Joker anyone else and you are a Kafir.

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:32

That's better, a bit of banter and fun, better than your previous moronic comments. Religion is for indoor use only, superheroes is for public use

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:39

Again, meaningless and useless comment, what does it mean, March to where? What's anything got to do with m14 or m8? They are the sole guardians of Lebanese democracy, long may the M democracy last and Lebanon prosper

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:41

And your middle nickname is your effective IQ indicator

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 15:41

This is the best fun I have had on this forum

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 16:14

Krypto

Missing politik_buro 07 June 2014, 16:19

We might need your might and holiness to save us from General Zod

Default-user-icon JCWilliams (Guest) 07 June 2014, 19:06

100% harari and Saudis, Israel and USA blocking not Hez .Baldy GaGa lacks the votes, so who? , How about Bassil or someone else with a brain, HaHaHa, Good Luck.

Thumb Machia 07 June 2014, 20:00

Bassil couldn't even get elected to parliament in his own district. He has managed to become the most corrupt and useless minister in the history of Lebanon in the shortest time ever.
The ones who are blocking the presidential elections are the ones who are not attending parliament to vote: Hezbollah and Aoun.