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World Council for the Cedars Revolution

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WCCR President Joe Baini: "Criticizes Hezbollah for its activities in Egypt" PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 24 April 2009

WCCR's President Joe Baini
WCCR's President Joe Baini

..and the bad reputation on Lebanon". Baini: News about Hezbollah using state resources harms Lebanon’s image

The President of the World Council for the Cedar Revolution, Joe Baini, said on Thursday that Lebanon, “in spite of 30 years of war and occupations… it had never been part of any aggression on the interests of other states.”

He said that “The news spreading in the media about the activities of Hezbollah in Africa, Latin America and some Arab countries, especially Egypt, would damage the image of Lebanon and would lead to new sufferings for the Lebanese people.”

Beani also called on all Lebanon’s officials to not abuse their authority or overstep their given powers, especially when it affects Lebanon’s image of “openness to everyone, respect for others and their rights,” and reputation as a state that does not meddle in the affairs of others “under any circumstances.”

-NOW Staff


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