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Frederic wrote on June 25, 2011 at 4:04 pm:
Je suis francais, et ma grand mere pied noir d'Algerie. Chehab est son nom de jeune fille. J'ai lu pas mal de choses au sujet du nom 'Chehab', et une chose en resort, c'est la fierte!
Je suis francais, et ma grand mere pied noir d'Algerie. Chehab est son nom de jeune fille.

J'ai lu pas mal de choses au sujet du nom 'Chehab', et une chose en resort, c'est la fierte!
Mark Dorian wrote on May 18, 2011 at 10:57 am:
I was 14, attended his funeral on 25 April 1973. It was a Wednesday. I was outside the St George Maronite Cathedral across from Arzarieh, then followed the funeral procession along rue Bechara El Khoury as far as I could go.
I was 14, attended his funeral on 25 April 1973. It was a Wednesday. I was outside the St George Maronite Cathedral across from Arzarieh, then followed the funeral procession along rue Bechara El Khoury as far as I could go.
Odete Shehab wrote on May 12, 2011 at 10:58 pm:
He was my uncle. My grandfather was Emir Cesar Chehab and we\'re now living in Mexico City. God bless Lebanon! My best wishes for all the dynasty Chehab and my best regards.
He was my uncle. My grandfather was Emir Cesar Chehab and we\'re now living in Mexico City. God bless Lebanon! My best wishes for all the dynasty Chehab and my best regards.
F Berjaoui wrote on April 22, 2011 at 7:50 am:
Thank you for handling and maintaining this site. It's not just the man, the General and the President. It's the Code he believed in: Honor, Sacrifice & Loyalty. It not only tells us who we are, but how we should behave. I look at a lot of politicians today and feel ashamed. he wore the uniform like nobody ever did, he wore the Presidency like no one did. We owe it to our children for a better tomorrow, to keep the legacy alive.
Thank you for handling and maintaining this site. It's not just the man, the General and the President. It's the Code he believed in: Honor, Sacrifice & Loyalty. It not only tells us who we are, but how we should behave. I look at a lot of politicians today and feel ashamed. he wore the uniform like nobody ever did, he wore the Presidency like no one did.

We owe it to our children for a better tomorrow, to keep the legacy alive.
Denise wrote on January 22, 2011 at 3:59 am:
Sadly, on this day, his principles are being overlooked by a psychological coup against the innocent Lebanese citizens. His inclusiveness & nation-building completely left behind by a group of greedy politicians who only think of their personal power & enrichment, making Lebanon a subservient state of a dictatorial regime. Is this what the Lebanese citizens want?
Sadly, on this day, his principles are being overlooked by a psychological coup against the innocent Lebanese citizens. His inclusiveness & nation-building completely left behind by a group of greedy politicians who only think of their personal power & enrichment, making Lebanon a subservient state of a dictatorial regime. Is this what the Lebanese citizens want?
Cgemayel wrote on January 17, 2011 at 11:02 pm:
Our political institutions are, in many respects, lagging behind the modern political regimes that try to ensure the efficiency of the State...". This is as true today as it was then, when expressed by the late president Chehab in his speech of August 1970. I am hoping that the uprise of the Chehabism movement will help promote the revival of the spirit and wisdom of a great statesman, and instill in the heart and soul of those in power, the urge to move the republic to levels in line with the interests and aspirations of its citizens.
Our political institutions are, in many respects, lagging behind the modern political regimes that try to ensure the efficiency of the State...". This is as true today as it was then, when expressed by the late president Chehab in his speech of August 1970.

I am hoping that the uprise of the Chehabism movement will help promote the revival of the spirit and wisdom of a great statesman, and instill in the heart and soul of those in power, the urge to move the republic to levels in line with the interests and aspirations of its citizens.
Sami Lahoud wrote on December 26, 2010 at 6:53 am:
Beautiful memories from the good old days of Lebanon when we had respect and integrity. Thank you for this memorable website. Special mention goes to Gaby Lahoud.
Beautiful memories from the good old days of Lebanon when we had respect and integrity.

Thank you for this memorable website. Special mention goes to Gaby Lahoud.
Fady Nassif wrote on December 25, 2010 at 2:32 pm:
As time goes by, Lebanese should realize how much we need a leadership similar or equivalent to This genuine General. Indeed.
As time goes by, Lebanese should realize how much we need a leadership similar or equivalent to This genuine General. Indeed.
Joseph Habr wrote on December 13, 2010 at 1:54 pm:
Thanks for this website. One comment though: Chehabism is the ONLY way for Lebanon to exist. All other ways are leading to where we are today!! Don't be shy in spreading the message. Chehabism is the truth. Be more forceful in getting the word out. Lebanese are looking for a saviour and not finding anyone at this time. They are at a loss for a leader but also for an ideology. Now is the time to advance Chehabism as the only way forward. The madness will end someday and we have a country to rebuild. What better way than Chehabism to do so? Please don't be so shy. Be more forceful.
Thanks for this website. One comment though: Chehabism is the ONLY way for Lebanon to exist. All other ways are leading to where we are today!!

Don't be shy in spreading the message. Chehabism is the truth. Be more forceful in getting the word out.

Lebanese are looking for a saviour and not finding anyone at this time. They are at a loss for a leader but also for an ideology.

Now is the time to advance Chehabism as the only way forward.

The madness will end someday and we have a country to rebuild. What better way than Chehabism to do so? Please don't be so shy. Be more forceful.
Antoine wrote on November 25, 2010 at 3:14 am:
To an emir, a general and a president: Thank you for all that you offered us.
To an emir, a general and a president: Thank you for all that you offered us.
Elie Haddad wrote on November 24, 2010 at 4:26 pm:
how much we miss a great leader like you!
how much we miss a great leader like you!
Karimibrahim wrote on November 24, 2010 at 10:08 am:
Great work, made me very proud that one day we had a great leader. Hope this movement will continue, for the sake of future generations in Lebanon, knowing it will as long as the likes of General Ahmad El Hajj are leading it.
Great work, made me very proud that one day we had a great leader. Hope this movement will continue, for the sake of future generations in Lebanon, knowing it will as long as the likes of General Ahmad El Hajj are leading it.
J K wrote on November 24, 2010 at 7:05 am:
Finally a website dedicated to one of Lebanon's greatest presidents if not the greatest. His mandate was one of prosperity, internal stability and growth in foreign relations. I beg to differ that there are no similarity between President Chehab and any other President. The caliber of the man is very different and his competency is far apart. We need to see a true rebirth of Chehabism; be it by a Christian or a Muslim, but this will be the last and possibly only salvation our country could have.
Finally a website dedicated to one of Lebanon's greatest presidents if not the greatest.

His mandate was one of prosperity, internal stability and growth in foreign relations.

I beg to differ that there are no similarity between President Chehab and any other President. The caliber of the man is very different and his competency is far apart.

We need to see a true rebirth of Chehabism; be it by a Christian or a Muslim, but this will be the last and possibly only salvation our country could have.
Wissam Lah wrote on November 24, 2010 at 4:58 am:
الله يرحمك
الله يرحمك
Abbas wrote on November 24, 2010 at 12:02 am:
كثيراًً ما كنت أسمع من والدي رحمه الله - خصوصا بعد نشرات الأخبار- قوله: إنهم يدمرون كل ما بناه فؤاد شهاب. وحقيقة لم أكن بعمر يسمح لي السؤال عن فؤاد شهاب وما بناه. اليوم وبالصدفة, وفي لحظة حنين إلى والدي وأنافي الغربةوجدت هذا الموقع. فبدأت التعرف إلى رئيس نتمنى أمثاله. سأعود كلما شعرت بحنين إلى ... وطن.
كثيراًً ما كنت أسمع من والدي رحمه الله - خصوصا بعد نشرات الأخبار- قوله: إنهم يدمرون كل ما بناه فؤاد شهاب. وحقيقة لم أكن بعمر يسمح لي السؤال عن فؤاد شهاب وما بناه. اليوم وبالصدفة, وفي لحظة حنين إلى والدي وأنافي الغربةوجدت هذا الموقع. فبدأت التعرف إلى رئيس نتمنى أمثاله. سأعود كلما شعرت بحنين إلى ... وطن.
Philippe wrote on November 9, 2010 at 10:06 pm:
A visionary and a great man
A visionary and a great man
Denise wrote on August 15, 2010 at 4:17 pm:
A man for all seasons! A true statesman with solid principles & a clear vision. He respected his country & his fellowmen & expected the same in return.
A man for all seasons! A true statesman with solid principles & a clear vision. He respected his country & his fellowmen & expected the same in return.
Georgenassif wrote on July 4, 2010 at 1:19 pm:
Lebanon, with President Chehab's leadership, had a great opportunity to escape into the future. We failed to support the man, therefore we continue to pay the price.
Lebanon, with President Chehab's leadership, had a great opportunity to escape into the future. We failed to support the man, therefore we continue to pay the price.
Rabih Saab wrote on June 17, 2010 at 7:18 pm:
A learder which lebanon needs now to bring all lebanese to a real national unity, unfortunately the actual leaders won't accept..........
A learder which lebanon needs now to bring all lebanese to a real national unity, unfortunately the actual leaders won't accept..........
Emile Yehia wrote on May 29, 2010 at 3:27 pm:
My request from your esteemed foundation is to translate President CHEHAB's legacy into a documented ideology to educate the young generation about his values inorder to inspire them to evolve from nowadays tribal mentality into a patriotic one.
My request from your esteemed foundation is to translate President CHEHAB's legacy into a documented ideology to educate the young generation about his values inorder to inspire them to evolve from nowadays tribal mentality into a patriotic one.

 

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