December 21, 2009, - 3:50 pm

I Warned People: Lebanon’s Leader Pals w/ Dad’s Killer to Screw Israel

By Debbie Schlussel

For the last several years, I warned people who heaped unearned praise on Saad Hariri, the son of slain former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.  Although the elder Hariri was killed by the Assad family’s Syrian-controlled operatives, I never trusted either Hariri, despite being told myth after myth and fantasy after fantasy about what “heroes” they were.


Typical Muslim Politics: Saad Hariri Hangs w/ Dad’s Murderer Bashar Assad,

In Order to Screw Israel

The father, Rafik Hariri, held a Saudi passport and made his billions through Saudi protection.  And his son, I figured, was not only a likely puppet of the Saudis, but probably the kind of whore you see throughout Lebanese politics, willing to literally sell out murdered family members to get in bed with their murderers. Lebanon’s political history over the last few decades is littered with examples.

Bashir Gemayel, the pro-Israel Lebanese Forces commander and Lebanon’s President-Elect (who was about to recognize Israel) was assassinated by Syrian agents, too (from the Syrian National Socialist Party in Lebanon).  Then, his brother, Amin Gemayel, started working for the Syrians.  Walid Jumblatt, the Lebanese Druze Arab leader, similarly prostituted himself to the Syrians, even though their mukhabarat (secret police) murdered his father, Kamal Jumblatt.  And I knew it was only a matter of time until Saad Hariri, Lebanon’s new Prime Minister, would pimp his father’s memory in favor of hanging with Syria’s Assads.

People kept telling me how courageous the Hariris were and how good Saad Hariri is going to be because he has the memory of the blood of his father on his mind.  They told me that Saad Hariri and his Sunni-Christian coalition was gonna beat down the Shi’ite Muslims of Hezbollah and their Syrian and Iranian patrons and finally get Syria out of Lebanon, once and for all. Yeah, right, I told them.  Papa Hariri, like I said, held a Saudi passport, after being the Leader of Lebanon.  That’s like Jimmy Carter holding a HAMAS passport.  Oh, wait . . . .  And in many ways, the Hariris are much like the Jimmy Carters of the world (but with a much bigger bank account and a lot more concubines than even Tiger Woods).

And, sadly–but predictably–I was right about Saad Hariri.  Also predictable:  that Saad Hariri was willing to put aside the fact that this man–Bashar Assad–murdered his father, in order to get together with the Assads on a far more pressing concern.  You know–the one that always gets feuding Arab Muslims together:  ATTACK ISRAEL.

I warned this was coming.  Shoulda put money on it:

Even though the slaying of his father in a massive truck bombing in Beirut is unresolved, Mr Hariri’s visit could open the way for a new era in relations between the countries, which have been characterised by upheaval and suspicion for decades.

Mr Hariri, 39, who became prime minister last month, was greeted warmly by the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, upon his arrival at the presidential palace at the start of his two-day visit. Lebanese media said he would attend a dinner banquet hosted by Mr Assad.

Their meeting helped to ”dispel the past [differences]”, a spokeswoman for Mr Assad said.

”There is no doubt that the ice has been broken between the two sides.” She noted that Syria ”broke with protocol” by inviting Mr Hariri to stay at the Tishrin palace, which is usually reserved for visiting heads of state.

The leaders discussed border issues and Israel.

Like I said, these Arab Muslim leaders are animals. They don’t care if someone murdered their father. It’s more important to screw the Jews.

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8 Responses

HEY!! What happened to the Rupert Murdoch/Prince Alwaleed bin Talal article??

Dont tell me the prince got to you too????

JS: It’s there. You gotta scroll down. Or go to this link:

Joe Schmo on December 21, 2009 at 5:09 pm

And you called it a while ago when you said that the US lost in Lebanon. A bi-partisan policy of incompetence.

Little Al on December 21, 2009 at 6:34 pm

From my knowledge and understanding the whole Middle East problem, I have to say I disagree about certain things mentioned in the article.

Only time will tell. Let us hope for the better.

Daniel. on December 22, 2009 at 12:35 am

My best wishes to all people { humans, ie, non moslems} everywhere.

Phuckislam on December 22, 2009 at 7:17 am

What do you expect from a couple of lying muzzies? Would Muhammed have approved of the killing of Rafik Hariri in order to get these two terrorists together (Saad Hariri and Bashar Assad)?

Jarhead on December 22, 2009 at 10:34 am

Bashir Gemayel’s real successor as the leader of the Lebanese forces, and the only anti-Jihad force in Lebanon, is Samir Gaegae. Amin Gemayel was never in Bashir Gemayel’s mold – he was always a puppet of the Arabs.

Infidel Pride on December 22, 2009 at 9:58 pm

Amine Geymale never worked for the Syrians. I’d like you to demonstrate proof on this.

I do not think you know Lebanese history or politics well.

watchathinkin? on May 23, 2010 at 1:54 pm

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