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أهلاً في صفحة الأسئلة والأجوبة. ستتم الإجابة على أسئلتكم من قبل حزب حرّاس الأرز - حركة القوميّة اللبنانيّة ونشرها في هذه الصفحة Welcome to Questions/Answers. Your questions will be answered by the Guardians of the Cedars party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism and posted on this page.


proudLEB

If a full scale war was to explode between the resistance and the Syrian occupiers (and their allies), would the GoC join the other resistance parties to create a strong alliance?

Friday, 07 September 2001 18:37
Guardians of the Cedars Party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism

Since the start of the Arab war against Lebanon, the GoC has participated in all the national fighting fronts against the Palestinians, the Syrians, the Iranians and their allies along side the Lebanese militia forces. In the event of a military alliance forming, it is only logical that the GoC would actively participate in the armed struggle. But, this time around, a firm undertaking should be made on three very important points by all parties.

1- Never to get drawn into any internal fighting whatever the reasons might be.

2- Refuse any notions of any religious-sectarian conflicts between the Lebanese.

3- Adopt a zero tolerance policy toward immoral activities that have tarnished the resistance reputation in the past. (corruption, theft, religious killing, etc. )

Friday, 07 September 2001 18:37
proudLEB

Do you consider your party an ally to General Aoun?

Friday, 21 September 2001 12:51
Guardians of the Cedars Party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism

The GoC never formed alliances with individuals but with authentic Lebanese Principals that are in line of our own. We allied ourselves with general Aoun for 2 reasons:

1- He was the first Prime Minister to defy the Syrian occupation and to declare war on it.

2- He distanced himself from the sectarian line which the Lebanese Forces trailed. Hence the LF slogan: "The Christian society above all considerations". This slogan led to the distruction of the Christian society, and with it, the Lebanese society as a whole.

Friday, 21 September 2001 12:51
LOLO

What is your opinion of the great leader Bashir Gemael?

Monday, 17 September 2001 10:59
Guardians of the Cedars Party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism

Bashir , undoubtedly an extraordinary leader known for his courageous resistance to the Palestinians, the Syrians and their allies. In our opinion he committed many mistakes that proved costly to Lebanon and the Lebanese resistance. One of which when he decided to deploy the Lebanese Forces in the Shouf which led ultimately to a military conflict which caused hundreds of the residents to die or flee their homes. This conflict which the LF lost, widened the crack between the Christian and Druze communities of the mountain - the symbol of the Lebanese unity.

Monday, 17 September 2001 10:59
Marwan Geara

In your letter to President George W. Bush, you talked about the attacks of September 11 as Islamic and not Islamist... We know that there is a big defference between these two words.

Thursday, 27 December 2001 11:55
Guardians of the Cedars Party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism

We used the term "Islamic terrorism" refering to Islamic fundamentalist groups. We are not against the faith of Islam but strongly condemn all kind of fundamentalism including the Islamic that was behind the attacks on the United States.

Thursday, 27 December 2001 11:55
anonymous

Was the GoC the Political organ of the SLA?

Tuesday, 03 July 2001 10:04
Guardians of the Cedars Party - Movement of Lebanese Nationalism

Our fighters joined the SLA because we had the same cause and the same goals. But unfortunately the Israeli policy toward the SLA and South Lebanon was not appropriate, and Lahad was not the right man in the right place.

Tuesday, 03 July 2001 10:04