Aoun on Security Incidents: Unrest Won’t Spread to Other Areas because our Camp is Containing it

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Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun voiced on Friday his objection to the series of kidnappings that have taken place in Lebanon, saying that the causes of the incidents need to be addressed.

He said of the security unrest: “The instability will not spread to other areas because our political camp is containing it.”

He made his remarks during a ceremony in honor of the Seven group that helps fund the FPM.

“The political camp that the FPM belongs to has demonstrated its ability to confront the unrest and end it when the need arises,” continued Aoun.

Clashes broke out on Monday between the rival Tripoli neighborhoods of Bab al-Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen over an individual dispute.

The fighting soon escalated, resulting in 13 deaths and at least 95 wounded.

On the kidnappings, the MP noted: “They are the product of certain incidents.”

Several Syrians have been kidnapped in Lebanon in recent days over the kidnapping in Syria of Hassan al-Meqdad.

Al-Meqdad clan’s military wing has claimed responsibility for most of the abductions in Lebanon, as well as the kidnapping of two Turkish nationals.

In May, 11 Lebanese pilgrims were kidnapped in Syria as they were making their way back to Lebanon from a pilgrimage in Iran.

Addressing the flow of Syrian refugees into northern Lebanon, Aoun remarked: “The Lebanese government cannot implement its dissociation policy on the developments in Akkar and Tripoli in light of the great flow of refugees.”

“Fighters bent of combating Syria have also entered Lebanese territory in defiance of international law,” he revealed.

Syrian refugees have flooded Lebanon to escape their country’s crackdown against anti-regime protests that broke out in March 2011.

“Reason tells us to keep out of the problems of others,” added Aoun.

In an indirect reference to Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblat, the FPM chief said: “One must examine the history of every political figure in order to determine his true inclinations.”

“Whoever frequently changes his stances cannot built a nation,” Aoun stated.

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Comments 23
Thumb ramzi 24 August 2012, 16:58

While everyone thinks HA is the the problem in lebanon,I disagree, i think they have their values and reasons for being the way they are. They are a product of their experiences and environment and for decades in lebanon they were neglected so the paranoia and actions they have are understandable. On the other hand, Aoun makes no sense, is just comfortable being in attack mode and constantly tries to be an oppositiion, even though he is an active member in the government. I have many sound Aouni friends, until they talk politics. I just dont get their politics, or why they would follow such a hapahazard, spiteful and power grubbing man. he is the biggest problem in Lebanon.

Thumb benzona 24 August 2012, 20:49

3ammo FT, who cares of there are more Christian MPs if they are worthless and corrupt? I think everyone agrees that the sect isn't a valid enough reason to vote for Aoun's CPL. Frankly, I'd much rather get an additional dozen honest, clean, irreproachable Shia [imagine!] taking our country the 22nd Century with a democratic and economic vision than corrupt Oranginas... even if they are Christians.

Your boss' arguments weigh nothing... it's an empty egg. no substance... hawa hawa.

Thumb slash 25 August 2012, 11:35

srsly who cares if he has 4 dozens of useless MP's ? and like benzona said it , so for you the achivement is by having the biggest number in parliament , you are really a retard dude , go get some education they say it makes more intelligent , ffs the guy is braging about the number he has , what did they do ? he has the governemnt what did we see ? nothing usefull , it turned to be a cover for the syrian regime , spread unrest and insecurity ! go get a life or better shot yourself idiot !

Default-user-icon Luxembourg Bob (Guest) 24 August 2012, 17:07

Obviously Caporal, your camp creates the instability then it contains, you see create then contain those were Bashar's orders. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

Missing anonymetexasusa 24 August 2012, 17:43

Finally a clear confessing of guilt by M8 camp by the General on the security instabilty in the country!
"Our Political Camp is able to contain the instability" he says = that means your political camp controls it.
"Controlling it" means your camp is manipulating it...i.e. your M8 camp is factor of instability in the country.

Default-user-icon run micho run, coward! (Guest) 24 August 2012, 17:55

“Whoever frequently changes his stances cannot built a nation,” Aoun
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"Hezbollah is not a separate entity from Syria. It is under the Syrian operational control" Aoun

I remind you here that the Syrian regime had said that it came to ‎Lebanon to save its Christians from extermination. I want to ask this regime who, apart from ‎it, in fact wanted to exterminate us?"‎ Aoun

"The resistance has prolonged the time of occupation of South Lebanon"‎ Aoun
"The Shebaa Farms is a big lie; I am fully responsible for what I am saying"‎ Aoun

"We live these days a very delicate situation because if Hezbollah and Syria ‎are serious in their escalation and not merely theoretical, then the possibility of the plight of ‎war is serious"‎ Aoun

Default-user-icon ben (Guest) 24 August 2012, 18:40

wlok chou batal hal aoun... kel ma bikoun b Lebnan bissir fi hareb

Missing anonymetexasusa 24 August 2012, 18:43

FT
Containing a wildfire incurrs attacking it, and cutting its sources.
I don't see M8 camp attacking and trying to cut the sources of unrest...
No...Aoun's containment is clear...it involves talking to their M8 armed operatives on the ground and telling them to restrict their military actions to pre-designated areas to which Aoun is boastfully alluding to.
He is basically sending a message to M14 that M8 camp is in control of the security and M14 should beware because M8 can attack any target, anywhere, and at any time.

Missing anonymetexasusa 24 August 2012, 18:53

At least Nasrallah was smarter...he denied any involvment by saying that events are out of anyone's control...
Aoun's boasting natures let's him slip.

Missing allouchi 24 August 2012, 18:54

I can't believe that some people still believe what is Aoun saying..I think Aoun doesn't even believe his own self...

Thumb phoenician 24 August 2012, 18:54

Partition is the answer.

Default-user-icon MUSTAPHA O. GHALAYINI (Guest) 24 August 2012, 19:40

partition or union?????////another sykes-picot is in the making.

Default-user-icon Luxembourg Bob (Guest) 24 August 2012, 19:03

Guys go read tayyar forum's the "satisfied with OTV" discussion, fascinating. One "supporter" unknowingly stumble on the truth, "the grid of OTV seems to be aimed mostly towards a very shallow section of viewers" I guess that's how the army deserter sees his flock, a bunch of shallow brain dead mother flockers who will buy anything he's selling.

Default-user-icon Skyfall (Guest) 24 August 2012, 19:24

@ flamethrower, i would agree with you that in 2009 , there were still people with michel aoun , but now the new electoral law he created with the new governement ensures chiite regions are mixt with christians regions so that he can win . Please try to see further than just to the extent of your nose. I hope you will not put me in the geagea or other march 14th figures camp because im not, the only persons i want to be elected are Sami Gemayel and kataeb people because they are the origins of this country and they are the ones that stood up since the arab nationalist movement till today.

Default-user-icon antoine zahlan (Guest) 24 August 2012, 19:33

I love this statement : “Whoever frequently changes his stances cannot built a nation,”. Was he talking about himself or referring to others?

Missing roger@10452 24 August 2012, 19:52

"He made his remarks during a ceremony in honor of the Seven group that helps fund the FPM"

Who in their right mind would fund this guy and the all idiots that follow him??? This is leading to nowhere but the destruction of the Lebanon.

These guys better donate their money to the widows & orphans of the Lebanese Army soldiers...

Missing cedar_revolution 25 August 2012, 06:35

@the 1 phoenix,,,,correction pls,,,,,wanna be PRESIDENT,,,

Missing people-power 24 August 2012, 19:59

Part 2.....

Thirdly, and most importantly, are you now denying Samaha is part of your camp??!! That is hilarious. Raad calls the charges against him as lies, and pathetic deserter Aoun wants to wait until later to condemn him even after video proof.

Default-user-icon the false prophet (Guest) 24 August 2012, 21:10

this is the man who said that the syrian crisis would be ended in march...

Thumb beiruti 24 August 2012, 21:47

“Whoever frequently changes his stances cannot built a nation,” Aoun stated.
And he wants to be President?!
“Reason tells us to keep out of the problems of others,” added Aoun. And he is allied with Hezbollah?!

Aoun indicts himself. His frequent wide changes of positions means that he cannot participate in the building of the Lebanese State. And he lacks all reason by his alliancer with Hezbollah which is up to its banana clips in meddling in the problems of Syria.
Please crazy man, just take your comb over and go away.

Default-user-icon Shekoosh (Guest) 24 August 2012, 21:47

Causes and "incidents." Patriotism is measured in action not in words or empty speeches. Deploy the army across Lebanon, seal up the border, collect foreign weapons (initially) to stabilize the country, and draft a defense strategy that declares the state as the sole defender of the country.

Missing cedar_revolution 25 August 2012, 06:41

@karim_m1,,,,your general is the pillar of corruption,,,stupidity and traitors in the country,,,,,[LONG LIVE LEBANON!!!]that was before your sick general came back from exile,,now the country is dying slowly because of people like you and your masters,,,,go live a life somewhere else.you,re needed here,,,,

Missing cedar_revolution 25 August 2012, 07:44

note:you,re not needed here