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A Very Proud Lebanese
August 09, 2006
A Lebanese civilian wrote this letter:

" From a Deeply Wounded Heart…

Dear Sirs,
It is very easy to make war…
It is hard to make peace…
It is very hard to maintain it…
It is quite unfortunate that most of the world, including yourselves and the so-called "international community", always choose the "easy" way…
As far as I remember, and further to the 9/11 tragic events, President Bush had vowed to "preserve and keep international peace", and I quote a part of his speech on September 11, 2002, where he states:

"We will use our position of unparalleled strength and influence to build an atmosphere of international order and openness in which progress and liberty can flourish in many nations. A peaceful world of growing freedom serves American long-term interests, reflects enduring American ideals and unites America's allies."

It is quite unfortunate that those who condemn "terrorism" the most, are the ones who foster it most in other countries…
It is quite unfortunate that those who talk about worldwide peace the most, are the ones who least preserve it…
It is quite unfortunate that those who claim to be the defenders of nations' Liberty, Sovereignty and Freedom, are those who violate them the most…

Ironically enough, and even more sadly, some people seem to have a wrong conception of the "atmosphere of international order and openness in which progress and liberty can flourish in many nations "…

It seems that the above sentence means quite the opposite, as if it were a figure of speech, when one says one thing but means right the converse…
It seems that the multiple UN Resolutions issued in favor of peace in the Middle East and especially in our so dear agonizing Lebanon, have been a nice "puppet show" for the international opinion and a mere waste of paper and ink…
It seems that the "deep wound" of the shocking occurrence of September 11th, 2001, has healed much quicker than we thought, and has been forgotten much sooner than it should have been…
It seems that all the bitterness and sorrow that some "great" nations tasted, have so rapidly vanished…

It is so heartbreaking that the main founder of the "International Convention of Human Rights", witness the very outrageous rape of the latter in its own territory…
It is so unacceptable that the main founders and/or promoters of the "Geneva Convention", arrogantly violate it in other countries, and yet somehow brag about it…
It is such a shame and disgrace that the UN Security Council meet twice and issue no resolution or decision for an immediate "cease fire" and peace process in the Middle East…

It seems that Israeli terrorism has been given some kind of "cover" or green light by the so biased UN, to continue its inhuman actions against "disposable third-world-humans"… And the "great" nations along with the "international community" just sit there and watch, or should I say "enjoy the show"…
It seems that terrorism, when "adopted" by other nations, is quite acceptable…
It seems that terrorism, when "adopted" by other nations, is synonym for "self defense"…
It seems that terrorism, when "adopted" by other nations, is a legitimate right to commit massacres against Humanity…
It seems that the executioner, the slaughterer, the killer, the assassin and the slayer have all become the victim…
It seems that the terrorists are slaughtered unarmed civilians…
It seems that the terrorists are shredded children…
It seems that the terrorists are amputated elderly men and women…
It seems that the terrorists are massacred families in their homes…
It seems that the terrorists are the civil defense rescuers buried half-alive under their bombed quarters…
It seems that the terrorists are the firefighters murdered when doing their heroic duty…
It seems that the terrorists are the Red Cross members butchered while doing their rescue attempts…
It seems that military targets are the shelters where hundreds of helpless agonizing civilians were so brutally massacred…
It seems that military targets are hospitals and care centers…
It seems that military targets are civilian roads and bridges in a way to isolate the needy and the ill in remote areas…
It seems that military targets are Churches and Mosques…
It seems that military targets are national fresh water dams…
It seems that military targets are homes, houses and civilian buildings…
It seems that military targets are Red Cross vans and civilian rescue vans…
It seems that military targets are food & supply trucks…
It seems that military targets are water ducts and all infrastructures…
It seems that military targets are civilian ports and grain storage premises…
It seems that military targets are the Beirut International Airport & all its runways in addition to its gas tanks…
It seems that military targets are telephone lines and antennas…
It seems that military targets are internet service providers…
It seems that military targets are gas tanks and fuel tanks of private companies…
It seems that military targets are gas stations throughout the country in a way to cripple civilians…

Or are the "CNN" lenses blind when it comes to showing the real picture in Lebanon???

It is true that they show pictures of a few wounded Israeli soldiers all day long, with some "nagging" here and there, in addition to damaged Israeli military targets…
But they never show the tragedy inflicted by the barbarian random Israeli shelling of all Lebanon, and the screams of agonizing civilians on the roads with shattered missing parts and organs…
It is quite amazing how, for a couple of prisoners, they turn an entire country to ruins…

What would they do then, if more than two soldiers were captured, or if their homes, possessions, and work of an entire lifetime were totally destroyed in a matter of minutes or even seconds???
Burn the entire continent?! Or maybe half the Globe!

If for a mere couple of prisoners they apply the policy of burnt land and mass destruction…
If for a mere couple of prisoners they use internationally banned weapons like:
-Disintegrating bombs which cause many more casualties and fatalities
-Phosphoric bombs that burn everything in their path and upon impact
-Chemical toxic weapons with odors causing nausea, vomiting, headache and maybe many more effects "yet-to-be-discovered"

And with all the above, the "great" nations (which by the way have nothing "great" in them except their lies and broken promises) see that nothing is wrong, and is all acceptable… Then it should also be acceptable that all those means be used, God forbid, against them too…
But then again, I wouldn't wish for anyone to "taste that bitter cup"…
Not even for those who bring humiliation to Humanity…

From underneath the ruble of a country being reborn…
From the heart of the fire that is purifying our souls…
From the solid determination of our engraved faith…
From the proud rise of our eternal Cedars…
I tell you and shout to the world in a loud confident voice:

We are here to stay!!!


And no matter how twisted and ruthless the enemies' ways are,
I quote President Bush's speech when he addressed the Nation after the 9/11 disaster, and
ensure you:
"Make no mistake… we will prevail" !!!


LONG LIVE FREE LEBANON!!!"

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posted by Fonzy @ 8/09/2006 10:56:00 AM  
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About Me: In brief, I graduated from LAU in Lebanon with a double major in Busines Computer and Banking & Finance. Worked in many pubs and night clubs as a DJ, PR, and Security Comptroller. Now I'm in Kuwait.... been here since September 2005. Im working two jobs, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon, and a third project is on the way, which will be a great hit if it works out and i sleep max 5 hours a day. Its a chilled life, mostly work, and occasional outings. In Kuwait, I use my brain cells, then go to Lebanon and burn them:D But one fact remains unchanged and will always be.... I MISS LEBANON!!!!!
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