Weekly Communiqués

 

189. December 23, 2005: The Lebanese people, like God, are patient but do not forget
188. December 16, 2005: Who are responsible for the inferno in which Lebanon finds itself?
187. December 9, 2005: The mass graves at Anjar
186. December 2, 2005: The meeting between General Aoun and Doctor Geagea
185. November 25, 2005: Real independence remains out of reach
184. November 21, 2005: The release of the Guardians of the Cedars leaders
183. November 18,2005: The mass grave at the Ministry of Defense
182. November 11, 2005: The sick political class and the political prostitution
181. November 4, 2005: This government will never stand on its feet

180. November 1, 2005:

The referral of the Party’s leaders before a Criminal Court
179. October 28, 2005: The regime is now at a historic crossroads
178. October 21, 2005: Delineating borders and exchanging diplomatic relations
177. October 14, 2005: Pseudo-men and irrelevant politicians
176. October 7, 2005: The success of this unpromising government
175. September 30, 2005: Bullying the freedom of expression
174. September 26, 2005: The attack on Ms May Chidiac
173. September 23, 2005: Still under Syrian tutelage
172. September 18, 2005: Slander and calumny campaign
171. September 15, 2005: In the aftermath of the arrest of the party's board of leaders
170. September 9, 2005: This man suffers from political Masochism
169. September 2, 2005: Time has come to pay the bills
168. August 26, 2005: The world will never help Lebanon if it does not help itself
167. August 19, 2005: About MTV and Syrians "missing" in Lebanon
166. August 12, 2005: The bully that gets away with everything
165. August 5, 2005: The file of the South Lebanon Army has been wide opened
164. July 29, 2005: All it takes is a little courage
163. July 22, 2005: People in glass houses should not throw stones
162. July 15, 2005: About the Syrian blockade on Lebanon
161. July 8, 2005: The true facts about the South Lebanese Army
160. July 1, 2005: The same traditional political construct
159. June 24, 2005: About the Lebanese elections
158. June 17, 2005: The internationalization of the Lebanese issue
157. June 10, 2005: The assassination of journalist Samir Kassir
156, June 3, 2005: This is not democracy!
155. May 27, 2005: Designate April 26 as Independence Day
154. May 20, 2005: Why people will not rush to the ballot boxes
153. May 13, 2005: The people have high hopes in General Aoun
152. May 6, 2005: The people have had it with the status quo
151. April 29, 2005: How to move forward into the new Republic
150. April 22, 2005: The truth about the war
149. April 15, 2005: The feebleness of the opposition
148. April 8, 2005: Changes to UN SC resolution 1595 requested by the mercenary regime
147. April 1, 2005: The Egyptian and Libyan Presidents at the Arab Summit
146. March 25, 2005: The construction of a new State  
145. March 18, 2005: The 2 desires of the Syrian regime
144. March 11, 2005: New-and-improved stale deceptions
143. March 7, 2005: Guardians of the Cedars Party conclave in London
142. March 4, 2005: The Lebanese giant has finally emerged
141. February 24, 2005: Stated and un-stated objectives
140. February 18, 2005: The criminal assassination of Rafik Hariri
139. February 11, 2005: The latest “Bristol Gathering” statement
138. February 4, 2005: The victory of democracy in Iraq
137. January 28, 2005: The inauguration speech of President Bush
136. January 21, 2005: The opposition mess
135. January 14, 2005: Thank you France for UN SC 1559
134. January 7, 2005: Responsibilities of the opposition
133. December 24,2004: The meeting of the opposition at the Bristol Hotel
132. December 22, 2004: The Syrian Army in Lebanon has 800,000 soldiers
131. December 17, 2004: On the upcoming parliamentary elections
130. December 10, 2004: Mounting pressure on Syria
129. December 3, 2004: The "million people demonstration"
128. November 26,2004: The beginning of the end for Syria's prestige in Lebanon
127. November 19, 2004: Arafat's crimes on Lebanon
126. November 12, 2004: The statement from the Council of Eastern Catholic Patriarchs
125. November 5, 2004: The U.S. Presidential Elections
124. October 29, 2004: About the new Lebanese Government
123. October 15, 2004: The lies of the Syrian President
122. October 8, 2004: Comments on the UN Secretary General's report
121. October 1, 2004: Consequences of UN SC resolution 1559
120. September 25, 2004: The Syrian "troop re-deployment"
119. September 17, 2004: International pressure on the Syrian regime
118. September 4, 2004: About the Maronite Bishop's communique and UN SC res. 1559
117. August 31, 2004: Now that the Lebanese people is united...
116. August 27, 2004: About the upcoming presidential election
115. July 16, 2004: The Syrian regime is under the microscope
114. July 2, 2004: The State of Thieves and Mafiosi
113. June 25, 2004: Ali Baba's cave and its 40 thieves
112. June 18, 2004: Syrian interference in Lebanon's Presidential elections
111. June 11, 2004: About the events in Beirut the 27th of May
110. June 4, 2004: On the municipal elections
109. May 28, 2004: On the Arab league summit in Tunis
108. May 21, 2004: The American sanctions on Syria
107. May 14, 2004: About Abu-Ghraib
106. May 7, 2004: A few words for European policy-makers
105. April 30, 2004: The Lebanese Forces convention in Canada
104. April 23, 2004: The political program, part 2
103. April 9, 2004: The political program, part 1
102. April 2, 2004: The new Lebanese President
101. March 27, 2004: Free elections in Lebanon?
100. March 20, 2004: The "Arab Charter of Human Rights", part 2
99.  March 13, 2004: The "Arab Charter of Human Rights", part 1
98.  March 6, 2004: The abysmal bankruptcy of the country
97.  February 28, 2004: On the municipal elections
96.  February 21, 2004: The lies of the Syrian Information Minister
95.  February 14, 2004: About the U.S. war on terror
94.  February 7, 2004: About the prisoner exchange
93.  February 1, 2004: U.S. Ambassador cares more for Lebanon than the rulers
92.  January 24, 2004: About the death penalty in Lebanon
91.  January 10, 2004: Fighting terrorism begins and ends in Damascus
90.  January 3, 2004: The plane crash in Benin and other effects of the Syrian occupation
89.  December 28, 2003: New Years message from Abu Arz
88.  December 20, 2003: The "Institute of Arab Thought"
87.  December 13, 2003: Deviations of the Kataeb
86.  December 6, 2003: The sixth Euromed convention
85.  November 22, 2003: About the terror on Saudi Arabia
84.  November 15, 2003: Settling the Palestinians
83.  November 8, 2003: Reading between the lines
82.  November 1, 2003: The prosecution of General Michel Aoun
81.  October 25, 2003: 5 questions to the religious dignitaries
80.  October 18, 2003: In memory of October 13
79.  October 11, 2003: Three topics of interest
78.  October 4, 2003: Reply to statements by Mr Richard Armitage
77.  September 27, 2003: Comments on General Aoun's testimony
76.  September 20, 2003: The winners: those who boycotted the elections
75.  September 5, 2003: Shrinking Lebanon
74.  August 29, 2003: The Aley-Baabda by-elections
73.  August 22, 2003: Reform and Fighting Corruption
72.  August 15, 2003: Lies told by the head of the Taef regime
71.  August 8, 2003: Crimes committed by the Taef regime
70.  August 1, 2003: Diagnosing the disease
69.  July 25, 2003: Nauseating news
68.  July 18,2003: Comments on the U.S. Ambassadors tour in the U.S.A
67.  July 11, 2003: The missing Lebanese in Syria's prisons
66.  July 4, 2003: Comments on the Catholic Synod
65.  June 27, 2003: Comments on the Maronite Synod
64.  June 21, 2003: Lebanon's bad rulers
63.  June 14, 2003: More Syrian "double-speak"
62.  June 7, 2003: On the summits of Sharm El-Sheikh and Aqaba
61.  May 31, 2003: Response to the Syrian President
60.  May 24, 2003: Suggestions to the U.S. Administration
59.  May 17, 2003: The imperialist nature of Syria
58.  April 12, 2003: Crimes our politicians have committed against Lebanon
57.  March 8, 2003: Comments on the Sharm Esh-Shaykh meeting
56.  February 23, 2003: Comments on the Syrian re-deployment
55.  February 8, 2003: The price for taking part in the crime of killing Lebanon
54.  June 18, 2002: Comments on the Metn by-elections
53.  December 7, 2001: Lebanon's Independence day celebrations (Arabic)
52.  November 15, 2001: About Partitions within Parties
51.  August 4, 2001: War does not end when the people are tired... Arabic
50.  June 30, 2001: Force the Syrians to respect resolution 520.
49.  May 30, 2001: Let the Lebanese rule Lebanon
48.  May 22, 2001: Reply to the statement by Mustafa Tlass. Arabic
47.  May 12, 2001: The Quornet Chehwan document Arabic
46.  December 12, 2000: Missing People.
45.  October 16, 2000: The Palestinian issue.
44.  October 8, 2000: Refreshing the memory of Syria's friends.
43.  October 2, 2000: In support of the Maronite bishops' communiqué.
42.  September 7, 2000: The so-called parliamentary election process.
41.  August 24, 2000: Call to boycott the elections.
40.  August 7, 2000: Politics and Economics.
39.  June 14, 2000: The death of a tyrant.
38.  June 7, 2000: Seize the occasion.
37.  May 22, 2000: South Lebanon Declaration.
36.  May 1, 2000: The student demonstrations. Arabic
35.  April 3, 2000: Moubarak's visit to Lebanon.
34.  March 27, 2000: Israeli withdrawal.
33.  March 6, 2000: The evil chorus.
32.  February 28, 2000: Anger & Anxiety.
31.  February 21, 2000: Colonel Akl Hashem.
30.  February 14, 2000: Grievous Times.
29.  February 7, 2000: Just and comprehensive peace.
28.  January 31, 2000: The Khiam detainees.
27.  January 24, 2000: Farames not treaties.
26.  January 17, 2000: Extremism or foresight?
25.  January 10, 2000: Old/New Questions.
24.  January 3, 2000: Syrian deception tactics.
23.December27,1999: Lebanese expectations on the Peace Process.
22.  December 7, 1999: The Government - Opposition Squabble.
21.  November 17, 1999: The Palestinian implantation in Lebanon.
20.  June 15, 1998: Visit of the French President to Lebanon.
19.  June 8, 1998: Commenting on the events in Indonesia.
18.  June 2, 1998: Beatification of Father Nehmetalla Hardini.
17.  May 24, 1998: Commenting on the municipal and "Mukhtar" elections.
16.  May 11, 1998: Syrian Vice President on-the-air.
15.  May 4, 1998: The summits of Lattakieh and Cairo.
14.  April 26, 1998: The state of the Taef Republic.
13.  April 20, 1998: The Taef gang rejects resolution 425.
12.  April 11, 1998: Visit of Kofi Annan to the region.
11.  April 5, 1998: Putting the Peace Process back on track.
10.  March 30, 1998: UN Security Resolution 425 fuss.
9.    March 19, 1998: Comments on the social problems facing the country.
8.    March 12, 1998: The Taef gang and the economic conditions.
7.    March 5, 1998: Customs accord between Lebanon and Syria.
6.   February 25, 1998: Comments on the parliamentary budget debate.
5.   February 16, 1998: Comments on three first page events.
4.   February 8, 1998: Core, not substance.
3.   January 28, 1998: Municipal and "moukhtar" elections.
2.   January 21, 1998: The Brigades of Lebanese Resistance.
1.   January 13, 1998: Government's threats in the wake of security transgressions.