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Sunday, December 28, 2014. Fouad SANIORA could have justified the dialogue with Hezbollah if he did not know he made a supplication move to a criminal terrorist militia prosecuted for crimes and Lebanese assassinations among his friends.


Sunday, December 28, 2014. Fouad SANIORA could have justified the dialogue with Hezbollah if he did not know he made a supplication move to a criminal terrorist militia prosecuted for crimes and Lebanese assassinations among his friends.

No, he will never be able to convince the families of the martyrs and the majority of Lebanese that this dialogue be either healthy or useful while there is no transparent discussion in the parliament hall. He wants to talk to those who have blocked the activity of the parliament, and who dominated the government through terrorism blackmail. Besides, he expressed his fear if he refuses dialogue with criminals.

In fact the leaders of the 14-March group have doublespeak. They dare not fulfill their election promises and mint sharing feudal power away from respect for the Constitution and democratic rights.

What must you choose between peace in situations of slave under an armed mafia, or freedom and state rights with defense means ? Leaving things as they are corresponds to a slow death.


Dimanche 28 décembre 2014. Fouad SANIORA aurait pu justifier le dialogue avec HEZBOLLAH s’il ne savait pas qu’il fait une démarche de supplication devant une milice terroriste criminelle poursuivie pour crimes et assassinats de libanais parmi ses amis.

Non, jamais il ne pourra convaincre les familles des martyrs et la majorité des libanais que ce dialogue soit sain ou utile alors que personne ne discute au sein de la salle du parlement de façon transparente. Il veut discuter avec ceux qui ont bloqué l’activité du parlement, et qui ont dominé le gouvernement par le chantage au terrorisme. D’ailleurs il exprime sa peur s’il refuse le dialogue avec les criminels.

En fait les dirigeants du groupe de 14 Mars ont un double langage. Ils n’osent pas assumer  leurs promesses électorales et monnayent un partage du pouvoir féodal loin du respect de la Constitution et des droits démocratiques.

Que faut-il choisir entre la paix en situation d’esclave soumis à une maffia armée ou la liberté et l’état de droits avec moyens de défense ? Laisser la situation telle qu’elle est correspond à la mort lente.




Siniora: Alternative to dialogue with Hezbollah 'frightening'

The Daily Star BEIRUT: Head of the Future bloc MP Fouad Siniora defended his party’s decision to launch talks with Hezbollah Saturday, saying that the alternative to dialogue was “frightening.” In a speech inaugurating a street in the capital named after Mohammad Chatah, a former minister who was assassinated on Dec. 27, 2013, Siniora said it was no longer acceptable for a single party to jeopardize civil peace “by involving themselves in foreign or local adventures,” referring to Hezbollah’s role in Syria. “They ask us why we agreed to launch this dialogue with Hezbollah and [said] that it would be futile like previous ones. ... This does not justify refraining from trying and honestly seeking progress,” Siniora said. “The other alternative is frightening and only strengthens failure and paralysis and we have the honor to try once again,” added Siniora, a former prime minister. “Our only option is dialogue and to search for means to strengthen our unity and civil peace.” Rivals Hezbollah and the Future Movement launched a dialogue Tuesday under the patronage of Speaker Nabih Berri with the aim of containing sectarian tensions that have alarmingly increased as a result of the crisis in neighboring Syria. The talks will also attempt to find a solution to the presidential deadlock, but participants will not discuss contentious issues such as Hezbollah’s presence in Syria or the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. Siniora said the talks were aimed at “paving the way to revive the idea of a Lebanon as a nation; as a strong, just state that has exclusive rights over all of its territory” and its borders. “It also aims at reactivating and protecting its constitutional institutions and for the state to expand its sovereignty to all of its territory and borders so that no foreign or local party can prevent it from achieving justice,” he said. Siniora expressed hope that the much-needed dialogue would be “honest, committed to and encouraging, contrary to what some people seek to promote.”

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