The Christian militias during the civil war - blamed by many for the Sabra and Shatila massacres
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Updated THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2007
The Christian militias during the civil war - blamed by many for the Sabra and Shatila massacres
Lebanon 32 years after civil war
'Joy of Living'
On the Christian side, a deputy leader of the Phalange Party, which led the Christian militias during the civil war - blamed by many for the Sabra and Shatila massacres - discounts a rekindling of the conflict despite the rising tensions.
No one wants to start a civil war. No one has an interest," said Joseph Abu Khalil in an interview on LBC television on Thursday.
In this spirit, the Lebanese group Joy of Giving has asked citizens to assemble in downtown Beirut on Friday to remember the civil war's outbreak in "a day of prayers, forgiveness, unity and a return to dialogue".
However, many analysts predict the violence and instability that has plagued the country for the past two years will continue, even if it falls short of all-out war.
Lebanon has begun marking the anniversary of its civil war which began thirty-two years ago.
But recent political divisions and a spate of assassinations have raised tensions in the country, prompting many to note the similarities between 1975 and the present day.
On April 13, of that year an ambush by Christian armed men of bus carrying only Palestinian refugees sparked a civil war that lasted 15 years and killed more than 150,000 people.
Marking this year's anniversary, the bullet-scarred bus was displayed at a former crossing point on the line that separated Beirut's Christian and Muslim communities during the war which was the focus of many violent clashes.
Marking this year's anniversary, the bullet-scarred bus was displayed at a former crossing point on the line that separated Beirut's Christian and Muslim communities during the war.
Ibrahim Eid, a Lebanese civil society coordinator, said the bus was "a symbol of this day and should "raise awareness after what we've seen in the last year."
There are indeed similarities between the situation today and the period of Lebanon's civil war.
Sectarian tensions are out in the open and Lebanese newspapers are filled with the grim warnings issued by rival politicians - some even involved in the civil war - that their opponents are arming themselves for battle
The situation seemed especially perilous in January when nine people were killed in sectarian violence between government and opposition supporters.
The 2005 assassination of Rafik Hariri, the former prime minister, by a massive truck bomb in Beirut sparked large demonstrations demanding the withdrawal of Syrian troops and an end in their interference in Lebanese politics.
Since then, a series of bombs have targeted politicians, journalists and commercial centers dividing Lebanon in the process.
The opposition, led by (Hezb – ollah) - the shae = (shiites) social and military movement - has camped outside the office of Fuad Saniora, the prime minister, since December last year in an effort to force him to step down, and six members of the opposition have resigned from the Cabinet.
Nabih Berri, parliament speaker and a (Hezb – ollah) ally, has refused to convene parliament, and both he and president Emile Lahoud no longer recognise the legitimacy of the Cabinet.
The investigation into Hariri's assassination is yet another issue pulling the government apart.
The UN Security Council has authorised the creation of tribunal to try the suspects, but the opposition has refused to endorse it.
In response, the government has asked the Security Council to impose the court, a request New York has said it is studying
Analysts warn the current political crisis could leave the country with two rival governments to battle each other, as was the case in the last two years of the civil war.
Both the government and opposition are sticking to their positions, drawing strength from ties to foreign powers.
The government is banking on support from the US and its allies, while the opposition is backed by Syria and Iran, key opponents of Washington's policy in the Middle East.
However, none of the major political parties advocate going back to a time when kidnappings, car bombs, mortars and assassination were regularly used to subdue the other side.
While (Hezb – ollah) leader Hassan Nasrallah warned at a rally last week that political solutions were at a dead end, he said he would not resort to violence.
"We don't want civil war ... No one wants to burn down his country over political differences," said the leader of the force that fought Israel in last summer's war and is considered a terrorist organization by the United States but supported by a majority in Lebanon.
Note about the Arabs, Iran and the Islamic republic = Islamic revolution of Iran
The Arabs invaded Spain = (Al An-delus) in the fifteenth century for one hundred and fifty years, do we name Spain Arabia? No, we don't. However, the moslems = (muslims) fighters of (Hezb – ollah), which is the Iranians forces in Lebanon, Africa, Middle East, and in Asia are terrorizing the world and are seeking to reinvade Spain = (Al An-delus) in the twentieth first century.
The (Hezb -ollah) Iranian terrorists, "which is Iran" are paying trillions of dollars to the moslems = (muslims) around the world to terrorize, demonstrate, vandalize, and to descend any government that disagree with Iran and the muslims. These terrorists are complaining about Israel attacking Palestine; however, this is not the cause. These terrorists should be facing Israel in the Middle East "if they could" instead terrorizing the west cowardly. Placing timed explosives in residential areas is not fighting and it is not a war, it is crime against humanity and transgressing God's commandments. These cowered are not capable to face Israel, therefore, they are terrorizing innocent people in democratic countries. Democracy permits these criminals to protest on streets and to have lawyers to defend them in courts for their crimes. In reality, these criminals must be judged according to martial law. The freedom of speech and the freedom of religion for these criminals should be banned because they are taking advantages of these freedoms to kill innocents. The main reason for these terrorisms around the world is to islamize the world according to mohamed's commandments in the koran.
It means the cause of the global terrorisms is the commandments that are in the koran = (quran), not Palestine and Israel.
Iran [shiites] is using these passages to persuade the moslems = (muslims) worldwide to kill non-moslems = (muslims) and even sunni muslims to control the world.
[Edited April 2012, Who is terrorizing the world and why?
The names of the radical groups and the countries that are mentioned in the following text are terrorizing the world to conquer the countries that are rich in oil. This invasion helps them to get oil-rich to support terrorists to achieve their objectives. The Arab spring is not on Iran, Hezb ollah of Lebanon, and Syria's agenda. The Arab spring is invented by Al Qaeda, Muslim brotherhoods of Egypt, and Hamas of Palestine. Iran, Hezb ollah of Lebanon, and Syria are not in harmony with Al Qaeda, Muslim brotherhoods of Egypt, and Hamas of Palestine because they don't share belief in Islamic religion.
Iran with its alliances as Syria and the radical group Hozb ollah is planning to control the world through terrorisms to establish the Islamic caliphate of Mohammed, which is called Al-Mahdi, which mean the guider. Iran and its alliance embrace the religion of Shiite Muslims, which contradict the religion of Sunni Muslims that is embraced by Al Qaeda, Taliban, Hamas of Palestine, Muslim brotherhoods of Egypt. The Shiites and the Sunnis are in battle for the past 10 centuries and is increasing overtime and it is at a danger status at this time [twenty first century]. The Iranian Muslim Shiites are killing the Muslim Sunnis to invade Iraq; Iran wants to invade the entire Middle East Africa and Asia to control the oil production to use it as blackmailing weapons against the west and the world to force them to submit to the Islamic republic of Iran. Iran, which is recognize as the Persian Empire did rule the world in 400 BC. Iran is aiming to revive this empire to rule the world another time.
The Muslim Sunnis are waiting for Al Mahdi = [guider of Islam] but they don't accept the prediction of the Iranians because they believe that the Muslim Shiites of Iran and that are living worldwide are not real Muslims. So, these Islamic groups are battling each other and both are battling the world as well to control it. [Edited April 2012 ends]
For more information, refer to page "Worldwide terrorism"
If Israel withdraws from Palestine and Israel is vanished off the map, the muslims wouldn't stop terrorizing the world. The terrorists’ goals are to islamize the world, NOT to establish Palestine.
But would Iran remain faithful to Russia if they ever succeed?
allah say in the koran: [fight those who do not believe in allah, nor in the latter day, nor do they prohibit what allah and his apostle have prohibited, nor follow the religion of truth, out of those who have been given the Book, until they pay the tax [jizyah] in acknowledgment of superiority and they are in a state of subjection. (sourat altawba 9:28 to 29)
Quran commands to kill the unbelievers, Allah says: [slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, [Jizyah] leave their way free to them; surely allah is Forgiving, Merciful] Quran (sourat altawba 9:5)
For more information about terrorisms, refer to page "Islamic and bible verses" page "Worldwide terrorisms" page "Sharia law of Islam" page "Women and children terrorists to kill" and "Read more about the Islamic sharia law" page "Crescent"