A brief of tonight’s News Bulletin:
The Shiite couple made the decision, and they carried it out. The duo doesn’t want Tarek Bitar as a forensic investigator, nor want the investigation to begin in the first place, therefore it employed all methods necessary to accomplish its aim. The Shiite couple began with resorting to submitting claims, but all went in vain. Then, it moved on to the threat. The duo had no choice but to turn to the final drug: taking to the streets with their own guns, black masks, and guns. The Minister of the Interior, on the other hand, was unaware of these events. Only he was present during the demonstration in front of Beirut’s Palace of Justice. He was not present for the events at Tayouneh, including the attempted entry into Ain Al-Remmaneh via a little street branching off Badaro. He also didn’t hear the offensive shouts in Tayouneh, starting from “Shiite, Shiites” to “Samir Geagea is a Zionist.”
Similarly, the Minister of the Interior did not want to ask himself why two protests occurred at the same moment. The first is civilized, consisting primarily of attorneys and elites, as indicated by the Minister of Interior, while the second is made up of combatants who attempted to storm the Ain Al-Remmaneh area, which resulted in the events that occurred.
When is the Minister of the Interior going to realize all of this? When will he realize that the Shiite duo decided to make people live a new May 7, and that the plan would have passed if it hadn’t been for the region’s knowledge and steadfastness, and Ain Al-Remmaneh would have become an unedited version of Beirut on May 7, 2008? When will the Minister of the Interior, as well as all other officials, be informed of these facts? When will they realize that the Shiite pair is a threat to civil peace as well as the Lebanese entity? When will they comprehend that two states cannot coexist on the same territory? Either the Lebanese Republic or the Islamic Republic of Lebanon, which is associated with the Islamic Republic of Iran, are our choices. Will the officials realize what’s going on before it’s too late?