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Why Israel decided Not to intervene in Hezbollah clearing Lebanon Eastern Mountain chains fro terrorist Al Nusra group

Dr. Amilan Nahoum published in Israel Times (July 24, 2017) the story of why Israel decided Not to intervene in Hezbollah’s undertaking of clearing Lebanon Eastern Mountain chain from the terrorist Al Nusra group.

Abu Maher Al Talli, the Emir of Al Nusra in the village of Ersal mountain chains, had intelligence since May that Hezbollah had decided to free Lebanon Eastern Mountain Chains from all the terrorists groups (Al Nusra and ISIS).

Al Nusra was responsible of preparing exploding cars from the town of Yabroud in Syria and dispatching them into Lebanon, and particularly in Hezbollah stronghold in Dahiya.

ISIS (Daesh) had already executed 8 Lebanese soldiers made prisoners a few years ago and beheaded a Lebanese officer. It repeatedly tried to occupy a few villages close to Hermel and Rass B3albak, but the vigilant groups proved to be valiant resistant fighters.

Al Joulani in the Edleb province dispatched to Al Talli 750 additional fighters. Qatar was the main financial deep pocket for Al Nusra.

All the higher military generals of Saudi Kingdom, Gulf Emirate, Jordan, Morocco, Bahrain, Qatar…met in Israel to coordinate Israel intervention, and promised $7 billion for that plan.

Israel satellites were scanning the entire operation when Germany delivered to Israel an ultimatum from Hezbollah: “If Israel intervene, then it is a full-fledged war against Israel”

Israel government met and decided to cancel the execution of this plan.

Hezbollah freed the Mountain chains from Al Nusra.  And the Lebanese army was given the honor of freeing it from ISIS, against the strong warning of the USA from involving Lebanon government in these  attacks. The Syrian army intervened from the Syrian borders and clamped down on whoever tried to flee and escape.

Actually, the USA wished to let these terrorist groups remain for another year on these mountains.

 

Beirut before the civil war in 1975

I can attested to what this article claims: I walked all of Beirut between 1971-75 and didn’t need more than a single dollars (2 LP at the time) to spend during the entire day (food, fresh juices, theaters, movies…). You may read my post on that subject:

Movable fairs in Beirut: 1971-74 https://adonis49.wordpress.com/?s=Beirut+fair

منذ ما قبل الإستقلال حتى العام 75صنع البيارتة مسلمين ومسيحيين مدينة نموذجية… فيها ارقى المدارس والجامعات… واكبر الشركات… وأجمل المنتجعات والفنادق… والمراكز السياحية…

واروع الشوارع وانظفها واكثرها اناقة من التباريس الى شارع سرسق… الى البسطة حيث عاشت نجاح سلام ومحمد سلمان وحسن علاء الدين شوشو… وفي نفس منزله عاشت الممثلة بدور…
فالمصيطبة صائب سلام… وزقاق البلاط حيث ولدت وترعرعت فيروز …


وشارع حمد والجميزة والمزرعة وغيرها …
كان لكل شارع موهبته وشخصيته الخاصة الجميلة المحببة والملفتة…
وفيها تعايش كل الأديان والمذاهب والثقافات والحضارات سنة وشيعة ودروز ويهود وموارنة وروم وغيرهم بفطرة وتلقائية وعفوية وبدون مظاهر وتظاهر…


وتعاظمت السياحة فلم يبق سائح عربي او اجنبي الا وزارها مندهشا غير مصدق مما يراه…
وأذكر تماما وقوفهم متأملين مندهشين بسطات سوق الفرنج اول سوق اياس… وكيف تتواجد فيها جميع الفواكه الموسمية وغير الموسمية… وعند بركة العنتبلي لما تحويه من اطايب ملونة بجميع الالوان…


كذلك مسابح السان سيمون… والسان ميشال.. والفينيسيا والسان جورج… والكوت دازور وخلدة … ومطعم يلدزلار حيث تجد مازة من 45 صحن بسعر 42 ليرة….
وكثر فيها السواح عربا حيث كانت تبدو كأنها جدة او الكويت او الامارات وحتى اجانب المان وهولنديين وسويديين وانكليز واميركان وفرنسيين… لا يصدقون ما يرون…
فكانوا يشعرون انهم في جنة…. وليس في مدينة صنعها مجموعة من اهلها الطيبين حيث كانت الكنيسة والجامع احباب واصحاب وجيران والجار يحب جاره….


والناس تتكافل اجتماعيا وماديا بفطرة وغريزة وفروسية قل مثيلها…
ويذكر كبار السن ان صاحب الحظ والميسور كان يسكن بنايات الصادق قرب المدينة الرياضية…
فسكنها وزراء واثرياء ودكاترة الجامعات واطباء…


وكانت النساء تخرج قبل الغروب تغسل الرصيف قرب منزلها وتعبق الشوارع برائحة الياسمين والفل.
هذه بيروت الجمال…
بيروت الثقافة…
بيروت … التياترو الكبير
بيروت…الصمدي والبحصلي والعريسي….


بيروت العيش الفطري البريء…
بيروت درة الشرق وسويسرا الشرق عن حق…
بيروت الجامعة والمدرسة والثقافة والعلم والادبيات والعادات الحضارية …

بيروت الدولار بليرتين وربع….
بيروت … تعا كيس
بيروت قهوة الحاج داوود والبحري….
بيروت…. مرحبا جار يسعد صباحك…
بيروت … الله يرزقك خيي بحسنة عيلتك….

بيروت… كيفك حبيبي سلم على بابا يا عمي….
بيروت… خللي عنك عمو انا بحمل الاكياس عنك وبساعدك…
بيروت … غض النظر…

بيروت… افساح الطريق للمارة…
بيروت …. انا استفتتحت يرضى عليك روح اشتري من عند جاري بعد مااستفتح….
بيروت .. صباحا…
يا فتاح يا عليم يا رزاق يا كريم...

بيروت …. توزيع الزكاة سرا ومساعدة المحتاج طوعا….
بيروت …. توكلنا على الله…
بيروت … الأركيلة والمفتقة واربعة ايوب…

بيروت…الزيارت وصلة الرحم والاحتفال بالاعياد والخرجية وزيارة الكبير والقريب والعم والخال والعمة والخالة ….
بيروت… شارع الحمراء والمثقفين والقهوة والجريدة….
بيروت ملجأ كل مظلوم ببلده…..

بيروت … الحرية المسؤولة والصحافة الرصينة….
بيروت … نزار قباني… ويا ست الدنيا يا بيروت…
يا ست الدنيا يا بيروت….

It is worthwhile to bring history to compare among critical situations: Syria

I repeat: There are a few historians who compare current Syria with Syria during the 11th century: Damascus was the center of power for the Sunnis against Aleppo that was mostly in the hands of the rebel sects (Karamitah, shiaa varieties, Alawit, minority sects…).

If the Syrian regime overcome this worldwide war against it, that would be proof enough that the Sunnis in Damascus are against the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood movement, attached to Turkey and following its orders.

Likewise, the Sunnis in the western part of Aleppo want to be part of a unified Syrian nation, strong central institutions and gradual political reforms

Those constipated about this realization, I suggest to start using small cucumbers (esbo3 al bobo ya khiyaar).

Anyway, the current regime is different from that prior to 2011: too many minorities and national parties have fought for this unified Syria. And the Baath party is reduced to a screen (paravent).

Note: These Islamic movements have forced the regime to reconstruct Mosques in order to wither this cataclysmic environment and the heavy handed economic sanctions by the US and the western colonial powers. But as Syria had no foreign debt before 2011, it still refuses to  be financially indebted and is winning the war.

What are these ridiculous claims that we are an “Arabic” nation or an Islamic nation?

There are sections in Lebanon (mostly Christian Maronite) advancing the French mandatory alternative of a “Phoenician” ancestors.  Currently, there are Lebanese testing their blood for DNA evidences of any physical “Phoenician inheritance“. It appears, mostly the Lebanese living in south Lebanon have traces of Phoenician ancestry.

A few are wary that they won’t be found to have any Phoenician stain, strain and be caste off as “strangers”.  What a load of crap.

The Phoenicians ruled the Mediterranean Sea in 1,200 BC and the string of their City-States (Byblos, Beirut, Saida, Tyre, Arwaad…) extended from southern Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, up to Haifa in Palestine.

The Phoenicians were famous for maritime trade and commerce and established many trading centers around the Sea, North Africa, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Sicily, Greece and most islands.

The written language has been around for 3,000 years, but the Phoenicians in the City-State of Byblos are credited for inventing the alphabet (currently in use with slight modifications.)

Before the Phoenicians and afterward, the Near East region of the Mediterranean (Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Palestine) has been invaded by a dozen warrior empires, and many invaded us repeatedly.

For example, the empires in Iraq (Akkad, Babylon, Assyria), Egypt, Persia under various dynasties (at least four of them), Greece, Roman, Byzantium, Arabic, Ottoman, and finally the colonial powers of France and Britain.

All these warrior empires didn’t build anything worth showing as representative of civilization, until they invaded our region and rounded off and hoarded the educated and master craftsmen to their capitals.

We are a region of multiple identities if we have to rely on occupation empires.

How about we identify with education and craftsmanship?  I love this identity.

Let us focus on affordable efficient schooling system; let us encourage technical and craftsmanship schooling system; let us focus on building commercial ships; let us invest in railways and fast communication facilities; let us open up to knowledge facilities all over the world.

I love this identity; let us get to work and planning.

Another sections of Lebanese, mostly Muslim-Sunnis, would like to have an Arabic identity and pushing it too far to claiming that we are from the Arabic Peninsula. Are we Arabs?  What that means?

The Islamic “Arabic” army, led by Arabic nomadic Peninsula “generals”, which came to fight the Byzantium Empire and later the Persian Empire barely numbered 7,000 men of war.  The other three-forth of the army that backed and supplemented the “Arabic army” was constituted from people and tribes living in Syria, Iraq, and Jordan wanting to defeat the Byzantium unforgiving Orthodox Church and domination.

How can we be descendant of the sparsely populated Arabic Peninsula?

The “Arabic identity” group would claim that our culture and civilization is Islamic Arabic. How that?

The cultural development during the Arabic Empire was shouldered by the scholars in Syria, Iraq, and Iran and they were mostly Christians. They would like to rely on the Arabic language as basis for our identity.  Excellent idea.

Let us prove that the Arabic language is a viable foundation; let us infuse a new spirit in that dying language; let us translate the worthy manuscripts; let us invent new terms that have no religious connotation and spread the Arabic language as a universal language, valid to sustaining modern civilization with fresh brains and advanced sciences and technologies.  I will be for it and will support it vehemently.

There are other factions wanting to claim that we are Muslims.  How about the dozen minority religious sects?  Are we to agree on a theocratic identity?

Turkish Ataturk cancelled the caliphate in 1925 and there is no caliphate anymore, anywhere.  Tiny Lebanon has 19 recognized self-autonomous religious communities running our civil life.  Let us get real.

A theocratic State will never pass and will never find unity for identity.

Should we hide behind a reality of disparate communities to establish the concept of plurality community government?  Should 19 wrong identities constitute a valid identity?

What we need is to be unified under the banners of civil rights, human rights, sustainable environment, equitable and fair election laws and regulations, civil marriage, linked to fast communication technologies, access to social platforms, freedom of expression, laws not discriminating among genders, versatile opportunities to jobs and expertise, affordable education system, national health system…

What we need is to unify against any State invading our borders, bombing our infrastructure, humiliating us, destabilizing our society and economy.  

What we need is to unify against any political current that has proven to working against democratic representations, racial demagoguery, sectarian political ideology.

 

 

Impressions from Bruges~

by ~mimo~

 

The greatest part of living in Europe is the proximity of different cities with their varied history and culture and if you enjoy photography and travel as I do, then magic is just a few hours away.

Now being back home in Germany, the short journey feels like a pleasant dream added to my visual diary of this amazing world we live in.

The greatest part of living in Europe is the proximity of different cities with their varied history and culture and if you enjoy photography and travel as I do, then magic is just a few hours away.

Now being back home in Germany, the short journey feels like a pleasant dream added to my visual diary of this amazing world we live in.

 

Fernando Lugo, priest, and President of Paraguay? A return to the bloody 80s…

Andrew Nickson posted in Open Democracy on July 10:

Fernando Lugo, the radical priest and a former Catholic bishop, elected Paraguay’s president in 2008 after decades of authoritarian rule, has been deposed less than a year before the end of his term.

Is this dramatic turn of events, rooted in the strains produced by economic transformation, and the limits of the country’s democratisation?

Paraguay’s capital city of Asuncion  witness a rare constitutional and political drama on June 21.

First, the 80-member lower house of Paraguay’s congress initiated a move to impeach President Fernando Lugo, and voted by a 76-1 majority to support it;

Second, the next day, in a lightning session lasting less than two hours, the 45-member upper house (senate) concluded the process by a vote of 39-4.

Fernando Lugo, a former Catholic bishop, had been elected Paraguay’s president in April 2008 on a platform of social change. The vote ended 61 years of uninterrupted rule by the Colorado Party, much of it under the dictatorship of Alfredo Stroessner (1954-89).

It was the first time since 1887 – when Paraguay’s two traditional parties, the Colorados and the Liberals, were created – that a political party had relinquished power to another through the ballot-box rather than through a military coup (see “Paraguay: Fernando Lugo vs the Colorado machine“, 28 February 2008).

Note: Paraguay is controlled by US multinationals. The border country Uruguay has regained its democracy

Almost all religions are practically copy/paste of previous ones, with small editing

Note 1: Let’s start from the end, shall we? Almost all religions are practically copy/paste of previous ones, with small editing to correspond to the myths, stories, customs and tradition of the society it was disseminated within, before going universal, once power was secured.

Notes 2: this article is a re-editing of a previous post written on May 15, 2008.: Foundations and history of the monolithic religions

Discovering the mysteries of life and the Universe might not be attainable: for the simple reason that any paradigm would not stick long enough to capture the mind of a few generations.

This article is intended for those who accept the validity of the hypothesis that

  1. Earth is billions years old and that a form of mankind emerged, at least more than a couple millions years ago;
  2. That human kind was on the verge of extinction several times, due to drastic climatic changes and the eruption of monster volcanoes.

Thus, prior civilizations, which may have been as developed as today, could have vanished with no traces left.

We need to accept the fact that if the number of the world population was far less than it should have been at the beginning of the 19th century, from simple mathematical computation in the last 2,000 years, it is because most of our ancestors were the product of incest and Not from couples of different families or tribes, even after accounting for the casualties of wars, pestilence, famine and climate calamities.

I also would like to state that mythologies were based on real events and the transmitted verbal stories accounted for their longevity:  the verbal communication of these stories extended the imagination and gave the various mythologies the religious power and the dimension that are interpreted nowadays.

When dealing with religions, people feel the need to contrast faith versus facts and logic.

People who have sincere faith must have experienced supernatural revelations or gone through a moment of irrational state of out-of-body exposure.

I believe that faith cannot be acquired by reason or logic and those who repeat frequently the word “truth” in their conversations are not sincere in their belief system because truth is plainly, simply and absolutely a subjective attitude: It means “do not bother using facts, science or logic. All those reasoning principles do not mean a thing and would not change my mind”.

Truth is for me the most dangerous term that man has invented:  Truth blocks any consensus or negotiation or meaningful conversation and it connotes an extremist disposition based on ignorance and lack of intellectual interactions.

Thus, the concept of truth is practically opposite to faith, although people positively correlate it with faith.

Logic is a construct, a system of the mind used to expose a coherent hypothesis, hopefully based on some facts, or a story that hold a convincing alternative.  Logic can be used in science, in rhetoric and as well in religion.

Institutionalized religions heavily make use of logic, though they hammer out the concept of faith because its concept is not founded on anything tangible or can be proved rationally.

Religion is basically a theological philosophy that has been manipulated to be grounded in myths, symbols, and secrecy to satisfy the initiated High Priests and generates its power through scare tactics within the psychic of man.

Let me offer a logical story, one of the alternative stories, of the monotheist religions of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religions.

The root of these three religions is the religion practiced in the Kingdom of Sumer, in southern Iraq, 6,000 years ago.  This ancient religion believed in a trinity and its mythology stated that out of space creatures, arriving from the tenth dying planet, landed on earth to exploit gold and oil because the environment of their planet required abundant quantities of gold to be pulverized and injected in their outer atmosphere to rejuvenate the deteriorating environment of their planet. (Sound that saving the degradation of earth environment might require another drastic mythological story)

These creatures created human artificially (test tube for example) to serve as cheap and mechanical slaves in the mines.

After many centuries, the created human revolted against their masters and fled from the Eden of the super cruel creatures and had to fend for themselves to survive and develop their intelligence.

The Kingdom of Sumer and its far developed civilization that discovered the existence of ten planets (there is nine in our solar system so far, and lately this year the tenth planet was discovered) and their rotations; the Sumerians divided the day into 24 hours, the hours into minutes and minutes into seconds.

Ancient mythologies mention that this kingdom was destroyed by a natural calamity (resembling to an atomic explosion used by the outer space creatures).

The Sumerian mythology had ramifications into all the neighboring civilizations that came after it, when it was weakened.

Jewish “scholars” in 200 BC in Alexandria (Egypt) assembled faked stories and borrowed many myths in orde rto attach a faked history to their tribes. For examples:

It is narrated that Abraham left the Kingdom of Sumer with his tribe during a period of famine and carried with him the verbal mythology of the country.

Moses was a High Priest in Egypt and fled persecution because he adhered to the Akhenaton new religion of the one God the Sun and carried with him the ten laws and the secrets of the Egyptian religion.

Jesus was initiated by the Essen sect (indirectly related to Jewish religion), located in upper Galilee by Mount Carmel and had their Great Temple on the Mount.

The members of the Essen sect believed in knowledge and spirituality and shared the resources in common.

It is also narrated that Jesus lived for a time in Sidon (Saida) in this Lebanese southern City-State, teaching in its famous law school.  Mary, his mother and part of her family were from the town of Qana (closer to the main port of Tyr that was the administrative district of Upper Galilee) and lived there when Jesus was a lecturer in the law school.

It is no fluke of an incident that Jesus and Mary attended a wedding in Qana; it is also very rational that Jesus decided to start his message after Qana when his mother removed the cover of secrecy and exposed his supernatural gifts of turning water to wine.

Jesus was a high priest in the Essen sect and preached a message based in symbolism and fables and was highly spiritual and staunchly anti-Pharisee, this Jewish sect that believed that adhering to the Laws was sufficient to be saved.

The Jewish Cabala sect is a branch of the Essen sect and is founded on the Sumerian theology and myths.

Albert Schweitzer, a theologian, physician, thinker, organ player and Nobel Peace laureate offered his version on Jesus.  He said, based on the first two testaments of Mathew and Marc, that Jesus preached his message to the general public in the last year before his crucifixion.

Just six months, all in all, Jesus was accompanied by the public and the remaining months he spent them among his close disciple around Caesarea of Philippi.

In the beginning, Jesus accepted the label of a prophet among the prophets but then he reached the belief that he is the Messiah of the Jews.

Thus, he sent his disciples two by two to preach the message of the end of time (as all monolithic religions claim).  Jesus was very surprised when all his disciples returned safe and sound; he expected his disciples to suffer terribly and be put to death in order for the prophesy to be accomplished.

Jesus then decided that God would accept his sacrifice and save his close disciples from atrocious deaths before the first coming of the Messiah.

The apostles and disciples of Jesus believed that Christ would return to Jerusalem during their life time, and thus they stayed in Jerusalem for as long as they could before they were forced to leave that city out of persecution by the Jews.

The Christian-Jews would not relinquish the Jewish Laws and they harassed and even persecuted St. Paul for preaching to the gentiles and establishing Christian communities based on faith in Christ who came to absolve our sins and who was resurrected from death.

St. Paul insisted that without the belief that Christ resurrected there would be  no foundations for Christianity.  That is true because Christianity would be another extremist and salafist Orthodox Jewish sect.

The Council of Nicea in 325 adopted only four out of the hundreds of testaments that were written, and which accounted for more credible eye-witness testimonies before four testaments were adopted as Not apocryphal (teaching of wisdom).

The authors of the four testaments were biased toward the message of their respective gurus.

For example, Marc followed Paul for a while and then he proselytized with Peter and wrote the biography of Peter.

Lucas stuck with Paul for the longest parts of his trips and the foundations of Christian communities.

The Talmudic Mathew outdid himself forcing the genealogy of Jesus to descend from David.

The educated Jean was of a noble family and wrote his testament when he was already senile at the age of 95; he had acquired the Hellenistic culture and symbolism.

It is unfortunate that Jean had to write the apocalyptic hallucination that is wrecking havoc at the beginning of every millennium.  Apparently, the apocalypse is not from the same Jean the disciple.

The Arab Prophet Mohammad was not illiterate and he was initiated to the Jewish-Christian sect (the Ebionites) located in Mecca with his uncle as Patriarch of the sect.

Mohammad read the Books and listened to the proselytism of the Eastern Christian sects during his caravan commerce to and within Syria. 

These Christian sects believed in the mono-physism of Jesus (No divine spiritual identity), in contrast to other monophysist sects that believed Jesus was spiritual, for example the Orthodox Church of Byzantium. These Eastern churches staunchly adhered to the Jewish Laws, the Jewish prophets and their books.

Consequently, the religion of Mohammad during its first 13 years was almost a duplicate of these Eastern Christian sects with strong Jewish foundations in their religions.

At that period of his message, Mohammad had decreed that Muslims should face toward Jerusalem for prayer. When Mohammad had to fight the Jewish tribes in Yathreb  he changed the direction for prayer to facing Al Ka3ba (the Black Stone) in Mecca.

Mohammad had to flee to Medina after the Kureich tribe decided to terminate him; he then endeavored to establish firmly his community of Muslims in Yathreb (Medina).

The next phase of taking up the civil social responsibilities and politics for maintaining this community forced upon Mohammad to linking the spiritual dogma with the civil laws and regulations.

It was while strengthening the community of Islam in Medina that Mohammad had to wage many wars against a few Jewish communities who ended siding with Mohammad’s archenemy, the Kureich tribe in Mecca.

Mohammad thus learned to discriminate between the practices of the Jews and the Jewish religion and hundreds of Jews were displaced.

After Mohammad showed clemency twice with Jewish rebellions, he finally ordered the beheading of 700 members of the Jewish Khyber tribe.  For some reason, Mohammad selected his nephew and son-in-law Ali to have the honor of the decapitation; it is no wonder that the Jews have an animal hatred for Ali and his followers.

To comprehend the nature of Islam it would be beneficial to collect the revealed verses before relocating to Yathreb or Medina.

Most of the verses generated in Medina were generally rules and laws designed for managing the daily lives of the believers.  You will realize that most of these laws are identical to the desert and Bedouin customs of the Jews before and long after they got established in Palestine.

Personal hypothesis:

The ancestor of all the Gods that were created since antiquity is this scary total Silence before a coming major natural cataclysm.  It is the silence of death when the whole earth is still and the atmosphere suffocating, no breezes of any kinds, that generates in all living creature a terrible reaction of wholesome anger, of pure revolt against the sense of death in this universal silence.

It is the silence and quietude before tornadoes, cyclones, sand desert storms and all the kinds of whirling at great magnitude in the atmosphere, the seas, deserts and the bowel of earth in volcanoes.

There is no avoiding the silence of coming cataclysms as there is no avoiding death, a correlation that people noticed and prayed for their own God of Total Silence to keep chatting through winds, birds, animals, rains, thunderstorms, shouting, crying and anything that can be heard, lest miseries, devastation and evil spirits hovering over the land befall their region.

The same behavior is applied to the starting of wars and their ending.

It is no wonder that men shout stupid songs, curse loudly at fictional enemies like if drunk, bang on batteries and metals, light and heavy metals, blow on air instruments and all the hysterical trepidation at the announcement of a major war, an ancient psychic custom within our deepest pre-historic brain to ward off the cataclysm wrapped into maddening songs of patriotism and cursing at the evil enemies.

Indeed, heavy silence is the root of our fundamental fear, and dealing with fear should pass through learning to accept silence as a necessary step to investigating our soul.

Note 3: The Catholic religion, and most of its offshoots, were extremist and bloody organizations during most of their history. They were too the primary weapons in colonizing and subjugating other people.

Note 4: Every time, anyone of these monolithic sects mentions the faked stories in the “Bible”, they are providing ammunition to the Zionist movement and its head, creator and financier the western colonial powers.


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