Lebanon – Demonstrations – After a cruel war and the take over by Hezbollah, now they demand to rule

Syria helped Hezbollah win in Lebanon.  It was a bloody war.  Now, Hezbollah wants to END any Christian presence what so ever.


Hezbollah is a terrorist organization.  Their acts against humanity are numerous.

An example – is that they would torture families before killing them.

You won’t find any descriptions on the web and I’m not sure why.

“Because they HATE” by Brigitte Gabriel has very explicit detail of the types of inhumane activities that these loathsome creatures dream up.

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Demonstrators demand abolition of Lebanon’s sectarian government




Source: AHN Reporter: Windsor Genova
Location: Beirut, Lebanon Published: March 6, 2011 6:43 p.m. EST
Topics: GovernmentPoliticsCult And SectReligion And BeliefUnrest, Conflicts And WarDemonstration


Thousands of Lebanese marched into the capital Beirut on Sunday to demand the abolition of the country’s sectarian government system and the institutionalization of a secular political system.

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This map shows the areas taken by Hezbollah and zones put under army control. An uneasy calm has settled across Lebanon after the Hezbollah militia seized control of west Beirut in three days of deadly fighting with pro-government forces, triggering fears of all-out civil war----Published: Saturday, 10 May, 2008 @ 2:42 PM in Beirut

Citizens from different religious affiliations are blaming the current system of governance, where the 18 different religious sects share power, as the cause of corruption and cronyism since Lebanon attained independence from France in 1943.

The system mandates that the president be a Maronite Christian, the prime minister a Sunni Muslim and the speaker of parliament a Shiite Muslim.

The demonstrators blamed the sectarian government to the deteriorating socio-economic condition of citizens and the 1975-1990 civil war. They said the system has manipulated their lives for more than 30 years.



March 8, 2007 5:58 PM



It was the second rally against the sectarian system since Friday, when hundreds of demonstrators braved rains to march to the state courthouse where they aired their demand. Sunday’s protest was held in front of the state electricity authority building in the Nahr neighborhood.

The demonstration was peaceful.





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The towns of Marjeyun and Qoleia, largest population centers in south Lebanon opposing Hezbollah until 2000.




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