The Lebanese people have the right to be angry at us if we return to Lebanon without agreement and we are doing every thing possible to reach an agreementAgreement reached to end Lebanon crisis May 21, 2008
Participating in the summit is a reward for the crimes of the Assad regimeArab summit causing fury in Lebanon Mar 11, 2008
With this bunch of assassins in Damascus, they don't care about international justiceDay of mourning for Lebanese lawmaker Jun 14, 2007
The state of Hezbollah is already in existence in south LebanonHezbollah building new military line Feb 26, 2007
We will not accept what the bulk of the people refuse, and we will not compromise on the interest of the public by selling out the public sector because we believe it could be improvedJumblatt may exit Lebanese government Aug 15, 2005
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Walid Jumblatt (Arabic: وليد جنبلاط) (born August 7, 1949) is a Lebanese politician and the current leader of the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP). He is the most prominent leader of Lebanon's Druze community.