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Postby tammy » Wed May 07, 2008 3:46 pm

I still think a game of soccer or volleyball would do. An inter Jieh soccer competition or volleyball. El Hara vs Nabi Younis vs Kassouba vs Ta7t el Chir vs Maqsabe vs...... Hang on, I doubt there would be enough players to fill all those sectors. How about a 4 team tournament or a game of Twenty20 cricket....[/quote]
basketball would do:P:P w no dont divide it like that mix them all up!!
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Postby Abou Jamra » Wed May 07, 2008 3:47 pm

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lol man you replied too early, scroll up and read my post. But i agree with what you said a 100% (thats got to be a first) example was clean up jieh day last summer. .

The situation is so bad there amongst partisans that many even crticise Fr Namour because he is FPM. go figure...
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Postby Prince Cadmus II » Wed May 07, 2008 11:53 pm

Well either way, political parties should be abolished. It's been tried for so long and all have proved to be fruitless. So in terms of village affairs, political parties must stay out and not have local contingents if the social divide or polarities are to be diffused.

Question is... why is Fr Nammour politically opinionated? Well of course because he is a Lebanese citizen and has every right to be... of course.
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