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Home arrow News Content arrow Blog arrow Blog Items arrow Analysis arrow Walid Phares on the Lebanese Republic's Independence and how to recover it:
Walid Phares on the Lebanese Republic's Independence and how to recover it: PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 23 November 2014


Let the Lebanese Army be free and it will liberate the entire country...

On November 22, 1943, the Lebanese Republic obtained its full independence and its Army was the sole force in charge of the country's sovereignty. As of 1969, several spots in Lebanon were lost to the PLO. As of 1975, entire zones were seized by militias and foreign forces. On October 13, 1990, the Presidential Palace and the Defense Minist...ry were seized by the Syrian occupation Army. Never before 1990, Yarze's command has been under hostile foreign control or under the influence of allies of the latter. Since then, and despite the withdrawal of the Assad regular forces in April 2005, the building has not been entirely freed from "hostile foreign influence." The Lebanese Army can, if entirely freed, liberate the entire country from all militias, one after the other, and even from all at the same time, with the help of the people. The Army can, and it showed it clearly in Souk el Gharb and in Nahr el Bared, but the politicians aren't enabling this Army to act strategically. The beginning of the recovering of Lebanon's independence starts not in Ersal, in Tripoli, in the Shebaa farms or in Bint Jbeil. It starts politically in Yarze first. Let the Lebanese Army be free to act under a free Government, and it will liberate the entire country...

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