Ibrahim Says Firing Stray Bullets into the Sky Requires State Action


General Security Chief Major General Abbas Ibrahim stressed on Thursday that celebratory gunfire in Lebanon is a “crime” requiring the State's action, the National News Agency reported on Thursday.

“Celebratory gunfire is a crime because it threatens the lives of innocent people and requires an action by the Lebanese State,” said Abbas in remarks at a workshop entitled "Addressing the issue of celebratory gunfire in Lebanese events".

“The media and municipalities have has a role and must shed the light on this crime because everyone is concerned,” Abbas said.

“Celebratory gunfire is not a phenomenon, but a danger. Gunfire shooters are killers,” he added.

Firing stray bullets into the air to celebrate holidays, wedding events and even during funerals is a popular deadly practice in Lebanon.

Comments 3
Thumb enterprise 10 October 2019, 12:06

Ibrahim Says Firing Stray Bullets into the Sky Requires State Action

into the 'sky'??? LOL

Thumb s.o.s 10 October 2019, 15:23

They’re criminals he says, sure it’s illegal to do so and 90% of the idiots behaving that way belong to his sect. But what about shooting at people? Why doesn’t he mention hizbala’s role in domestic and global terrorism? What about walking around with chains, knives and machetes and threatening people during ashura?

Missing keserwaniaseel 10 October 2019, 22:48

Lol badook ibrahim