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World Council for the Cedars Revolution

Jun 01st
What a Shameful Day for the Majority of Lebanese in Lebanon and the Diaspora PDF Print E-mail
Written by WCCR   
Thursday, 17 July 2008


Pretty sad day for Lebanon and the Lebanese world wide.
A national holiday for terrorists? What a shameful day, what a shameful government that took part in a national holiday celebrating a baby killer.
Lebanon is lacking Justice, that is the bottom line.
And just for the record - The Cedars Revolution does not believe in Wah'daat Wat'tah'ne'yeh. They believe as Jesus said - I did not come unto this world to unite, I came to divide Good Against Evil.
Samir Kantar - In the dead of night on April 22, 1979, Kantar and three other gunmen made their way in a rubber dinghy from Lebanon to the sleepy Israeli coastal town of Nahariya, five miles south of the border. There, they killed a policeman who stumbled upon them, then burst into the apartment of Danny Haran, herding him and his 4-year-old daughter out of the house at gunpoint to the beach below, where they were killed. The attack is seared in Israel’s collective consciousness because witnesses recounted that Kantar shot Danny Haran in front of his child, then killed her by smashing her skull against a rock with his rifle butt. (AP)

Mr. President - This is not the Lebanon I know, This is not the Lebanon that the majority of the Lebanese want you to represent. Justice should be served to all people. The Killers of Bachir Gemayel (Habib Shartouni) to the Killers of Rafik Hariri, Gibran Tueni, Pierre Gemayel and many others should be relentlessly pursued and jailed. Samir Kantar should be held liable for his action and served with Justice not with a Parade.
Cedar Revolution, Wed Jul 16 20:51:22 +0300 2008

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