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Abed Ayas wrote on May 19, 2010 at 11:19 pm:
May God bless his soul. He was a rare statesman.
May God bless his soul. He was a rare statesman.
Elias Assaf wrote on April 3, 2010 at 12:44 pm:
وفي الليلة الظلماء يفتقد القمر
وفي الليلة الظلماء يفتقد القمر
Bilal wrote on March 10, 2010 at 5:49 am:
I wish I had witnessed his era. A real statesman in the full sense. in Honoring him, we honor the best.
I wish I had witnessed his era. A real statesman in the full sense. in Honoring him, we honor the best.
Elias wrote on February 25, 2010 at 9:45 am:
There are hundreds of politicians today in Lebanon, but we miss real statesmen able to guide us along the right path. What bothers me most is that the right and appropriate way for Lebanon has already been set by General Chehab, but no one is interested in following it!
There are hundreds of politicians today in Lebanon, but we miss real statesmen able to guide us along the right path. What bothers me most is that the right and appropriate way for Lebanon has already been set by General Chehab, but no one is interested in following it!
M Abdelnoor wrote on February 19, 2010 at 8:59 pm:
Allah Yrham EL Rais Fuad Chehab. He was the man who structured the institutions of lebanon .Still his Nahj nowadays can provide stability, security, and social justice to the people of lebanon. We need to follow his path
Allah Yrham EL Rais Fuad Chehab.

He was the man who structured the institutions of lebanon .Still his Nahj nowadays can provide stability, security, and social justice to the people of lebanon. We need to follow his path
Chahine wrote on December 9, 2009 at 12:01 pm:
President Chehab was not only a Statesman, a Visionary, an Emir and an Army General; he was a connaisseur in choosing the right people (task force) to work with him. We miss his qualities as a president and we miss the "caliber of staff" that used to surround him. But we will not loose hope.
President Chehab was not only a Statesman, a Visionary, an Emir and an Army General; he was a connaisseur in choosing the right people (task force) to work with him. We miss his qualities as a president and we miss the "caliber of staff" that used to surround him. But we will not loose hope.
Mouradkfouri wrote on December 7, 2009 at 8:43 am:
TO BE A LIKE HIM IS AN IDEAL TO FOLLOW. WE MISS HIM
TO BE A LIKE HIM IS AN IDEAL TO FOLLOW. WE MISS HIM
Elaine wrote on December 7, 2009 at 3:53 am:
Proud to belong to this honorable family. Striving to follow its values, honesty and love for the country.
Proud to belong to this honorable family. Striving to follow its values, honesty and love for the country.
Badia Chehab wrote on December 2, 2009 at 7:34 pm:
je suis touchée par ce site qui parle d un homme qui a fait la fierté de sa famille et de son pays
je suis touchée par ce site qui parle d un homme qui a fait la fierté de sa famille et de son pays
Zahari Daye wrote on December 1, 2009 at 1:11 pm:
A great man with a big dream. Long live Lebanon. ashtum, wa asha Loubnan.
A great man with a big dream.

Long live Lebanon. ashtum, wa asha Loubnan.
G Nassif wrote on November 30, 2009 at 5:41 am:
A beautiful website for an honest and noble president, god bless his soul.
A beautiful website for an honest and noble president, god bless his soul.
Toni Ghosn wrote on November 29, 2009 at 1:17 pm:
A man will die, but not his ideas.... He was the only man that made from Lebanon a strong country!!!
A man will die, but not his ideas.... He was the only man that made from Lebanon a strong country!!!
Besharasfeir wrote on November 26, 2009 at 9:56 pm:
This is the real humble, honest and capable independent President who established and built the Institutions for the country we all dream of everyone. But the personal interest of politicians didnt like that and destroyed it all. President Fouad Chehab, Lebanon is missing you... God rest your Soul Congratulations. I wish and hope this foundation becomes a movement that generates real politicians like this noble man.
This is the real humble, honest and capable independent President who established and built the Institutions for the country we all dream of everyone. But the personal interest of politicians didnt like that and destroyed it all.

President Fouad Chehab, Lebanon is missing you... God rest your Soul

Congratulations. I wish and hope this foundation becomes a movement that generates real politicians like this noble man.
Joseph wrote on November 26, 2009 at 3:40 pm:
Grand président et un grand visionnaire. les politiciens l'ont poignarde et complote contre lui pour leurs intérêts étroits. mon grand-père (francis) était le coiffeur du général. il lui répétait souvent que presque tous les politiciens au Liban sont des hypocrites non nationaliste. et il lui a signale déjà en 1970 que la guerre va éclater au Liban et personne ne pourra l’arrêter.
Grand président et un grand visionnaire. les politiciens l'ont poignarde et complote contre lui pour leurs intérêts étroits. mon grand-père (francis) était le coiffeur du général. il lui répétait souvent que presque tous les politiciens au Liban sont des hypocrites non nationaliste. et il lui a signale déjà en 1970 que la guerre va éclater au Liban et personne ne pourra l’arrêter.
Nammourant wrote on November 26, 2009 at 6:56 am:
The one and only
The one and only
Oussamaf wrote on November 25, 2009 at 11:43 pm:
Thanks very much to make us relive the soul of President Fouad Chehab. every time i hate this country, his noble soul excites me and revitalize the nationalism in mine. what we need is that the Fouad chehab spirit, becomes wider and includes members of all ages and of almost all occupational fields.
Thanks very much to make us relive the soul of President Fouad Chehab. every time i hate this country, his noble soul excites me and revitalize the nationalism in mine. what we need is that the Fouad chehab spirit, becomes wider and includes members of all ages and of almost all occupational fields.
Nammour wrote on November 25, 2009 at 9:01 pm:
The One and Only
The One and Only
Charbmouawad wrote on November 25, 2009 at 8:02 pm:
Finally, here we are developing more and more our national ideas. My present political choice was mostly influenced by a book on the president Fouad Shehab. At that time, I was blind with confessional ideas, brain-washed by all kind of political sectarianism. As a member of FPM, I am now in the same current of my shehabist convictions. Go forward guys. God bless
Finally, here we are developing more and more our national ideas. My present political choice was mostly influenced by a book on the president Fouad Shehab. At that time, I was blind with confessional ideas, brain-washed by all kind of political sectarianism. As a member of FPM, I am now in the same current of my shehabist convictions.

Go forward guys. God bless
Frank Yamout wrote on November 25, 2009 at 7:19 pm:
A Great statesman and leader. Lebanon is in need of leaders like him, not like the ones that call themselves leaders today. Except for very few...
A Great statesman and leader. Lebanon is in need of leaders like him, not like the ones that call themselves leaders today. Except for very few...
George Hanna wrote on November 25, 2009 at 6:38 pm:
The best president to ever rule Lebanon. There will be no one be like him in the future. We lost the chance to be a better country, during his presidency.
The best president to ever rule Lebanon. There will be no one be like him in the future. We lost the chance to be a better country, during his presidency.

 

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