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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasarjian View Post
    You do not have to like the Sunnis, but at least they are disarmed, controlled and contained inside Lebanon
    What about the 1,500,000 Syrian and 400,000 Palestinian refugees whose majority happen to be Sunnis?

    The issue of Hezbollah cannot (and should not) be handled on a national level, it is a regional issue...

    Who will convince and how to convince Iran to dismantle its creation? at what price for Lebanon?
    It’s ok if you disagree with me, I can’t force you to be right...

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    HA is not a Lebanese organisation, it is a cell of the Pasdaran that recruits Lebanese Shi'ite mercenaries and operates throughout the world as a terrorist organisation under Iranian diplomatic cover. It is just the main enforcer of Iranian occupation in the Fertile Crescent as its activities in Syria, Iraq and Yemen have made increasingly clear. Lebnen Mesh 3arabe is therefore right in asserting that it isn't a national problem anymore (I'd argue it never was one). It will crumble like a card house when the umbilical chord that links it to the IRGC motherhouse is severed. There isn't much Lebanon can do about this, it has been infiltrated on every level by the Houthians. The way I see things, HA's downfall will be violent.

    The Sunnis are another problem, assuming they'll remain passive (they won't) they will pose a demographic threat at the very least, this threat will threaten the character of Lebanon just as HA's existence does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebanon_not_Arabic View Post
    What about the 1,500,000 Syrian and 400,000 Palestinian refugees whose majority happen to be Sunnis?

    The issue of Hezbollah cannot (and should not) be handled on a national level, it is a regional issue...

    Who will convince and how to convince Iran to dismantle its creation? at what price for Lebanon?
    Hezbollah will be gone when Ayatollahs will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebanon_not_Arabic View Post
    What about the 1,500,000 Syrian and 400,000 Palestinian refugees whose majority happen to be Sunnis?

    The issue of Hezbollah cannot (and should not) be handled on a national level, it is a regional issue...

    Who will convince and how to convince Iran to dismantle its creation? at what price for Lebanon?
    I agree they should all go home, but my point is that the Lebanese army is handling everyone except Hizballah.

    Hizballah is the only one who controls the Lebanese army and this is very dangerous in case of a civil war your national army will side with the Shiaa.








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    The Syrians and the Palestinians will be gone once Lebanon stops defining itself as a part of the Arab ummah, because that's the only valuable excuse explaining their presence in Lebanon (funny how they never head to the KSA or Emirates, huh?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    The Syrians and the Palestinians will be gone once Lebanon stops defining itself as a part of the Arab ummah, because that's the only valuable excuse explaining their presence in Lebanon (funny how they never head to the KSA or Emirates, huh?).
    They are not allowed to refuge in the Arab countries, their Muslim brothers from other mothers in the rich oil countries are worried more about money and fancy luxury cars and women without having to work hard for living....
    lazy racist culture.








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