Geagea on partitioning accusations: All Lebanese are our people


After being accused of seeking partitioning, Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea said Wednesday that "all the Lebanese are our people."

"We will discuss the current political structure with others," Geagea added, describing the current political structure as a "failure."

Geagea had said Sunday that the entire Lebanese structure must be reevaluated, should Hezbollah manage to secure the election of a president in the way it wants.

Hezbollah deputy chief Sheikh Naim Qassem responded Wednesday that "a patriotic person would not call for partitioning."

Geagea, for his part, accused the Axis of Defiance of obstructing the election of a president and dubbed the caretaker cabinet as one-sided.

"The patriotic feelings of some people have been hurt after what I said two days ago," Geagea said, adding that they haven't been moved when they saw the Lebanese "begging" for their money in the banks, searching through garbage to survive and queuing for medicine.

Comments 5
Missing thecause 18 January 2023, 14:24

'Resistance'is the biggest lie sold to the Lebanese people ,hezb has a project it wants to implement on Lebanese soil which is wilayat al faqih and we free Lebanese will not allow it!

Missing rabiosa 18 January 2023, 17:19

yet again he hit the nail on the head. Anytime they accuse him of something means that he hit a nerve and made them uncomfortable.

Thumb gebran_sons 18 January 2023, 18:15

Enough lying to each others. Lebanon and Hizbollahstan have nothing in common and it is time to have 2 independent nations not fake federalism. There is a complete divorce at a political, economic, social, cultural, educational and spiritual levels; even literally opposite outlook of life, the future and priorities. Elections showed Shia support for Hizbollah justifying 2 nations, each living for its full potential. Free Lebanon like Cypress joining the European Union and adopting Western standards at all levels; and Hizbollastan creating a copy of Iran's Islamic republic where it can have its army, rockets, doctrines, and all posts from presidents to prime minister and speaker of parliament.

Missing gabriel01 19 January 2023, 04:06

As long as the cancer that is the hezb keeps eating away at Lebanon, things will get from bad to worse. And stop calling it Hezbollah. It has more to do with satan than with God. Murderers and drug dealers.

Thumb chrisrushlau 19 January 2023, 21:34

Miami would be a convenient location for a Lebanese Christian state.