35 thoughts on ““Free Hugs” not allowed in Saida

  1. SAM

    how about u show some respect to other people’s opinions ? so u would like to force someone to a hug party ? a hug ?? seriouslyyy!! go get a life and do ur “hugs” some place else..leave saida alone a**holes

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    1. Rob

      u leave alone people who need hug in saida, u dont need to FORCE banning it, its not forcing, its something optional, if u want u can hug if not DONT for god’s sake!! get a life!

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    2. A Guy

      You can’t seriously mention respecting everyone’s opinion and saying that free hugs are wrong! And who the fuck is forcing himself on you and hugging you against your will?? Why don’t the Jamaa al-Islamiya respect the opinions of less fundementalist Muslims who are fed up with all the bad image surrounding Islam?
      If you wish to call yourself tolerant, and respectful of other’s opinions, I suggest you start doing just that, let people live and not force them to follow YOUR OWN ideology

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      1. SAM

        Dear angry liberal birdyyy..Lebanon is almost 75% muslim sooo how about YOU gather ur little group of atheists and go some place where someone gives a shit about what u have to say about islam…i feel so sorry for u
        And oh pleaaasee mister admin pleasee explain to me what was ur aim behind this post..am dying to know

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        1. Najib Post author

          I don’t agree with Angry Liberal and I don’t agree with you too SAM. So what if Lebanon is 75% Muslim? Even though there’s no proof to back your stats? You should force Islam on others?

          As for my aim, it is that:
          1- You claim all Saida people find such an event wrong and far away from their culture. Who are you to speak on behalf of all Saida? Who defines Saida’s culture? Definitly not Jamaa Islamiyya.

          2- Non-Muslims and even many Muslims can find it comforting to receive free hugs and it’s not your right to talk on their behalf or call such events immoral and corrupt as it means you are calling those doing it as so. Again why are you judging people and over generalizing?

          3- Aren’t there more imminent threats to Islam and what you preach than this silly event? Does it really deserve all this attention and a pamphlet on your official fb page to denounce it? What’s next? Declare war on huggers?

          4- I am free to disagree with what you have to say as long as I don’t disrespect you or your religion. I wasn’t convinced by what you said about the “hug” thing but I didn’t go insulting you and claiming my religion is the righteous one. So do the same please ;-)

          5- I am from Saida and I dont mind free hugs and I dont find it against Saida’s culture and I am proud of my city and my teachings.

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    1. Ahmad

      Im muslim but I like Lebanon for the free-opinionated country that it is. I dont want it to turn into another Islamic country like KSA or Iran. Abou Ali how about you go to afghanistan and join your taliban brothers, you guys can have all the fun in the world. You can go around stoning women because theyre wearing hijabs and not burqas, kill fathers and sons in front of their families because they have different faiths, and grow 1m beards because thats what it means to be a muslim, right?

      Just get the fuck out of my country.

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      1. khalil

        ahmad dont confuse islam with extremists people who do crazy things in the name of islam that our prophet never told us to do . and yes all religions are sent from god which continue to the last revelation the Qur’an with respect to all religions. plus in islam you show your faith through your behavior. this is what prophet muahhmed(pbuh) taught us.

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  2. khalil

    ban islam from lebanon ?, trust me islam can not be banned anywhere. read about islam before attacking it . its the religion sent from god . you dont need to be hating islam because you know nothing about it.

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    1. Najib Post author

      Khalil,
      Sorry but I removed the previous comment that was disrespectful to Islam. This is not the aim behind this post and I don’t tolerate such comments on such a sensitive issue.

      Hope you understand.

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      1. khalil

        Najib thank you for removing the comments i appreciate it . Najib i am sorry for comments like sam because in Islam it teaches us to live in harmony with our brother Christians .

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          1. Desmond Bey

            Love it.
            The rest of the world moves on with literacy, technology, human rights and personal freedoms and we are trying desperately to find a way to go back a thousand years.
            If the major religions in Lebanon all come from God, why is there all this “My God is better than your God”?
            Which one said “No tolerance”?

            Idiots.

    2. Souhaib

      Well baby,I know a lot about Islam as I am from a Muslim family that thought me the book and Iknow everything about it can tell you that this violent religion is all but sent from “god”.
      You retards stay busy burning KFCs while other went to the moon.

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  3. khalil

    reading the comments i can see a lot of ignorant people here. Lots of hateful people here. You can hate as much as you want and attack islam as much as you want but it will shine forever but its protected from god .

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  4. Kassem

    Reading these comments is just scary! i am lebanese living abroad, and i left the country because of people like you “Abou Ali”. But you know what, i am coming back, and like me a lot of lebanese are also coming back. And we will fight you. We are the real lebanese. You said ” We will rule Lebanon”, let me ask you, WHO ARE YOU ? You are NOT muslims. You are extremists, and your party is financed by extremists. Lebanon will always be liberal, no matter how much this makes you angry. I lived most of my life from Saida, and have many friends there, and they all hate l Jame3a l 2isslemiyye. So yes, you have no right to speak on the behalf of the people of Saida.

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  5. Fadi

    I am deeply saddened to see that the Lebanon which was once the country of freedoms, tolerance and cosmopolitan life is no longer …all in the name of religion…
    It was always best to divide Lebanon into two countries.. one with those who desire true freedoms and one for those that need their religion to tell them what freedom should be..This is the only way to truly achieve peace and tolerance for certain religions that need not be mentioned do not allow freedoms and tolerance..

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  6. Marz

    i like the ratings over this post…but a hug from a stranger hmm not so sure about that. But why not spread the love, for sure no one will get hurt from this.

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  7. Youmna

    Lebanese people will never learn to live together.. We can have a free hug campaign while respecting others who dont like it and vice versa..its really sad that supposedly educated pple reading this post have such mentalities.. Peace and love are the teachings of our Religions whether Christianity or Islam

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