As the bi-polarity continues, I found rather this amusing... where one lives inside a camp, and attacks the other in the name of truth. What to be done, with everyone claiming the truth? Oh yeah, to both camps, not everyone is bombed is a revolutionary, you gotta be in a revolution, and the only revolution is that which emancipates the workers, and not eliminates one class of bourgeoisie with another, please do not bother even to reply in a fascist manner: at least they are lebanese...
PS: On the head of their blog, it says: "This blog was created to honor the memory of heroes of all the Lebanese sects who were assasinated for their patriotic stands.... May God bless their souls and bless Lebanon."
Let us dissect this a bit:
1) "This blog was created to honor the memory of heroes of all the Lebanese sects who were assasinated for their patriotic stands." Fine, ok, their opinion. But all I see is the 14th March figures, and suddenly George Hawwi is placed next to Tuieni. No problem, but what about the ones from the rest of the sects? Surely they contradict themselves, afterall Sanaa Mheidli or Lola Aboud sacrificed their lives for Lebanon, or the assasinated political figures of the LCP during the war? Or because the degenerative Khaled Hdaidi's stands made those figures non-allegible to be martyres of the nation?
2) Again, "Patriotic", sadly to everyone, each considers among him/herself patriotic in the eyes of their own clan.
3) The "God Bless their souls and bless Lebanon", what does God has to do with that? It is the Sectarianism and "loyalty" to God that brought partially this muck to their "Lebanon". Actually, if we dig a bit deeper, God sounds like 14th of March in this blog series, while I am sure he would sound 8th of March on an antagonistic blog. Poor God...