Lebanese Strong Transparent Democracy Organization (LSTDO)

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Hasan NASRALLAH is not afraid of anyone and has become a spiritual leader of the Shiite Lebanese of Iranian allegiance, causing all Lebanese to endure war, against their will.


Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Hasan NASRALLAH is not afraid of anyone and has become a spiritual leader of the Shiite Lebanese of Iranian allegiance, causing all Lebanese to endure war, against their will.

It is unacceptable to let a whole nation adrift because of a armed small dictator who heads a outside-the-law militia serving another criminal dictator who terrorizes all the Syrian people.

Hypocrisy is at all levels of the Lebanese authorities. Most leaders are afraid of Hezbollah terrorism that has been proven by repeated assassinations against most opponents. Everybody who is accepting a government responsibility is caving under Hezbollah hegemony and covers its illegal actions in Lebanon, Syria and now officially in Iraq.

For a long time the Western democracies have dropped Lebanon left for these terrorists. The group of 14 March does not respond properly having, perhaps, fear of not having the support and resources necessary to confront the hostile militias to the restoration of the rule of law in Lebanon.

The most frustrating at the moment is the use of the army with partiality, giving the impression that it supports the unlawful acts of Hezbollah and through it the army actions of Bashar AL-ASSAD who has killed more than 250,000 Syrian innocents in four years. The illegal government and unlawful parliament are slaves of Hezbollah will enduring its policy of ‘ the stick or the carrot '.

Lebanon salvage pathway is the restoration of true democracy, disarmament of militias, removal of Hezbollah from Syria, and the neutrality positioning of the Lebanese State vis-à-vis of countries conflicts in the Middle East. We are convinced that the majority of Lebanese are for this solution. But they are not helped and they are left to endure Hezbollah and Bashar al-Assad oppressions.

Those primarily responsible for this decline are the Lebanese political leaders with their upstart feudal spirit. They are interested only for their private interests by marketing their powers through Emirs, Kings, and rich dictators’ palaces in the Middle East, instead of mobilizing their supporters into the streets to change the regime and create a true democracy.




Hezbollah chief admits his militia is also fighting in Iraq

February 16, 2015 by yalibnan

Lebanon’s Shiite movement Hezbollah is fighting the militant Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group in Iraq, its chief Hassan Nasrallah revealed for the first time Monday in a  televised speech  commemorating Hezbollah’s “martyr leaders” – Sheikh Ragheb Harb, Sayyed Abbas al-Moussawi and Imad Mughniyeh.

“We may not have spoken about Iraq before, but we have a limited presence because of the sensitive phase that Iraq is going through,” Nasrallah said in reference to ongoing clashes between Iraqi troops, several militias and Kurdish forces against the ISIS.

Hezbollah is already fighting in Syria, alongside President Bashar al-Assad’s forces.

Nasrallah’s speech comes two days after his leading Lebanese opponent, Saad Hariri, called on Hezbollah to withdraw from Syria.

“I say to those who call on us to withdraw from Syria, let’s go together to Syria,” said Nasrallah.

“I say, come with us to Iraq, and to any place where we can fight this threat that is threatening our (Muslim) nation and our region,” he added.

Nasrallah extended his condolences to the Hariri family, two days after the 10th anniversary of the blast that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

Nasrallah also said progress had been made with dialogue with the Future Movement, expressing hope for a “reasonable” conclusion to the talks launched in December.

He also denounced the ISIS killing of the 21 Egyptian Copts in Libya.

5 Hezbollah members are being tried by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon after they were indicted in the killing of Rafik Hariri .

Nasrallah also devoted part of his speech to the death of Jihad Mughniyeh in an airstrike that was attributed to Israel. “Imad Mughniyeh’s son stood on this very stage and swore his allegiance, and declared where he belonged and what he chose,” he said. He said the strike stirred memories of previous Hezbollah “martyrs”, especially Imad Mughniyeh. He vowed that “the enemy” would pay for Imad Mughniyeh’s “blood”.




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