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BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:50 P.M.) – The leader of the Lebanese Forces, Samir Geagea, stated on Monday that he has no interest in open dialogue with the Syrian government led by President Bashar Al-Assad.

“Where is Lebanon’s best interest in the event of official openness to Bashar al-Assad’s regime?” Geagea tweeted on Monday.

“Let us overcome this phase, peacefully, instead of implicating Lebanon in the existing conflict,” he tweeted, refusing “the normalization of ties” between the Lebanese and Syrian governments.

“Any visit by any minister to Syria that does not enjoy a clear approval of the Lebanese government, is considered a personal visit that has nothing to do with Lebanon on the official level,” he said.

Samir Geagea has been a staunch opponent to diplomatic relations between Syria and Lebanon; however, the Syrian government considers the self-proclaimed doctor a ‘criminal’ that holds no legitimacy.

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Datuk Bandar
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Misspelled. The correct designation is Doctor GAGA.

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Chauhan Chauhan

he is one of the disgrace politicians of Lebanon and pro Israeli .he is war criminal during civil war . killed many Lebanese and Palestine on behalf of Zionist. he should be in jail or hanged.

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Yes they are all henious murders… blood thirsty and evil.

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“however, the Syrian government considers the self-proclaimed doctor a ‘criminal’ that holds no legitimacy.”
=> So he’s equal to Hassan Nasrallah for Syrian Govt. and practiced medicine as much as Bashar practised dentistry?
Now the question is : are there mid-east leaders that are not criminals?

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You know you’re pretty much a dumb f**k that doesn’t know anything about Levant politics… Firstly he doesn’t hold legitimacy in Lebanon as he is a wanted criminal for crimes against the Lebanese people and destroying churches.
Secondly, Bashar is legitimate as the majority of Syrians approve of him more than any of the so called opposition deuchbags

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Sharp observant one – Bashar al Assad was an OPHTHALMOLOGIST. He was practicing this when his older brother was killed and he was called to become president. he married the daughter of UK’s most famed ophthalmologist.

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Deo Cass

Actually you should mention Benjamin Nethanyahu as a tyrant and all those who preceeded him not Hassan Nasrallah who is a national Lebanese patriot and hero. You hate Nasrallah because he kicked the ars of your Zio-Nazi masters and saved Lebanon and the Lebanese people from becomng slaves to the Khazar luciferians you support.