Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Yuppy brawls, surprises & the arms race

I am concerned for my neighbor's safety. He flies a lone FPM flag amidst a hostile sea of Lebanese Forces banners and portraits of Pierre Gemayel. Hordes of young men loiter in the streets at night. Perhaps I didn't notice them before, but they seem to have multiplied over night. The large green garbage vats down from the Phalangist office in Rmeil are overflowing; I suspect the Syrian Sukleen workers are afraid to come pick up the trash.


Yesterday evening two thousand young men from the rival Christian factions hurled insults and bottles at eachother at Sassine Square, the stomping ground of reactionary francophone yuppies. The same happened at St. Joseph University.


Most of the troublemakers involved in street brawls are too young to remember the civil war. I inquired of some of the Phalangist youth gathered outside their headquarters last week if they remembered the war; no, they responded sheepishly. Last spring I watched two sixteen year old boys at Virgin Megastore leaf through a coffeetable book about the civil war. They were in awe; "c'est cool, man" one of them kept mumbling. Well it was the seventies/early eighties, and militiamen typically had big hair, shaggy sideburns and those Don Johnson sunglasses. Hot Phalangist sniper chicks in tiny tank tops shot at Palestinian schoolchildren...


Nine men from the Lebanese Forces security apparatus were arrested yesterday by the army intelligence branch. They were holding target practice up in Kesrouan and were armed with "M16 and AKF rifles, MT5 riflescopes, and a number of GLOCK pistols [...] in addition to very sophisticated communication devices." They also found a map of the Rabieh area -- home to Michel Aoun-- in one of the three SUVs used by the gunmen (which all had identical license plates), as well as a portrait of a "prominent Lebanese political figure" and a mannequin placed in the front seat of the vehicle. Al-Akhbar reports that the portait was of Michel Aoun whose house was also marked on the map.

"Six of the detainees confessed that before the LF [Lebanese Forces] was disbanded in 1994, they used be part of the “El SADEM” force that was made up back then of more than forty fighters, thirty of which were recruited back by the LF about one year ago. Most of them lived abroad, and one of them is currently the head of Samir Geagea’s security detail in 'Al Arz'."

But the best part of the story is that the Lebanese Forces "unequivocally" denied the report, and claimed that the men were just going about their "regular Monday training session" (!) as security officers for Pierre Dagher, the CEO of LBC Television. That doesn't explain the SUVs with identical license plates, which were painted brown and black, the unlicensed weapons, etc. The guy who services my Internet connection-- fat boy Roy-- was fuming over the arrests this morning. "The army is Syrian! Michel Sleiman [the Army commander] is with Syria", he ranted, and went on and on about how the Palestinians sold their land to the Jews in 1948. "They have no honor," he said. I wanted to expound on the benefits of getting laid once in a while, but instead asked him politely to leave. He apologized for bothering me.

Then today a further 13 Lebanese Forces fighters were arrested. Rumors and reports abound that Jumblatt is arming the Druze on Mount Lebanon, and a Future MP had this to say today: “The army will first protect us, but if we find ourselves obliged we will take to the streets, and a peaceful confrontation will be faced with a peaceful confrontation, and clashes will be faced with clashes,” said Walid Eido, a judge and member of Lebanon’s Parliament in the governing coalition, speaking of the challenge from Hezbollah. “We will sell our blood to buy weapons and confront them. We will never let them control the country.”

J. reports that a (Sunni) friend from Basta told him representatives of Hariri's Future party visited her father the evening of Gemayel’s funeral. They offered him a machine gun. “All your neighbors have taken them. The Lebanese Forces are armed and ready, the Tayyar (FPM) are. We have to be ready for when Hezbollah attacks,” he was purportedly told. He declined, stating that this was not the way to settle differences. “If something happens and you are not prepared, you will be to blame,” they said.

Prime Minister Saniora urged for calm today. "We want to avoid discord. My presence here (in the government), and that of many others will prevent discord and civil war...Because even if there is war... in the end, we will have to sit back together," he said. Jeez, that inspires confidence.

In the current climate, it doesn’t matter if talk of imminent civil strife, an arms race between opposing factions and cynical covert alliances are, in fact, true or not; the abundance of rumors, the blind subscription to blaming parties XYZ, and the propaganda of “the existential threat” can do the damage. If and when the conflagration occurs, the sectarian media will be to blame. Future TV in particular. When I watch that station I think I’m going to suffer a heart attack. It’s like that TV series “24” with Kiefer Sutherland. Time is running out! They are wacking us like flies! Ditto for Al Manar’s victory montages.


Those marching tunes really stick in your head. I find myself humming them at the supermarket.

The US embassy denies reports they have urged American citizens to evacuate Lebanon before December 1st. Which reminds me that this summer, the US frantically evacuated their citizens from Lebanon, all the while expediting shipments of bombs to Israel. The irony that it might have been easier to tell Israel to just lay off the bombing of civilian areas, was lost on the international media who went bananas covering the dramatic evacuations of a purported 50,000 Americans to Dearborne, Michigan.

I received a text message yesterday from the government-owned cellphone provider, offering to keep me abreast with "URGENT NEWS" on "the developing situation in Lebanon" for a whopping $10 per month. Are they trying to profiteer from the crisis, which they are fueling?

The UN Human Rights Council concluded that some of the infrastructure damage inflicted by Israeli bombs was done for "the sake of destruction". And that's a great relief because we were all waiting to hear what the strategic value of the Manara lighthouse and the Goethe Institute's parking lot were, not to mention all those bridges, ambulances and civilian housing.

Isreal, which was quick to blame Syria for Pierre Gemayel’s assassination, claims that new landmines in southern Lebanon must also have been laid by Syria or Hezbollah.

Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir, the highest Maronite authority and a renouned demographer, insisted yesterday that Christians must unite. A young Maronite complained to me the other day that Sfeir, who was nearly kidnapped by Israel this summer due to his unfortunate first name and love of black headwear, has struck deals with Canada and the US not to grant visas to Lebanese Christians. He fears they might emigrate which would further deflate his demographic aspirations.

"1 Christian + 1 Christian = Too many Shia"

Hezbollah announced that they would “surprise” the government when the time comes to take to the streets.


They will use all democratic means available to them in their endeavor. Expect whoopy cushion on Fatfat’s seat, a surprise party for Jumblatt, and Mohammed Ra'd returning to the negotiation table dressed as Santa Clause.


No, but really I hope they don't surprise me on Thursday by blocking the airport road. I have a plane to catch.

55 comments:

apokraphyte said...

Great post ...

Doghouse said...

No...amazing post

jij said...

lovely stuff.

the rambler said...

excellent.

Merva G said...

You're awesome. Where are you going though, you'll be missing all the action?

just me said...

i thought that there is an embargo on arms importation to lebanon! otherwise why we have 10000 UN soldier in the south and X german ship few km from the shore!
will the few arms, imported by the american embassy, be sufficient to the next lebanese civil war?
i guess it's just paranoia
cheers and be back soon

EDB said...

I'm just leaving for 48 hours for a rather ill-timed reunion. So I might miss the first round of surprises. You fellows from Remarkze-- I'm relying on your updates!

Anonymous said...

Dear Wardens:

Greetings again! As I explained this past September at the Warden
reception, one of the most valuable lessons learned during the war was
the need to reorganize the Warden system. One of the most important
first steps is trying to determine how many Americans we have in our
Consular district. An important component in determining numbers is to
ensure that all Americans have registered their presence with our
Embassy.

As you know, thousands of Americans departed Lebanon with our assistance
during the war. We have received emails and registrations informing us
that many have returned, but we do not have accurate numbers. I am
requesting your assistance in making sure that the Americans in your
Warden area of responsibility are registered. If you need updated lists,
please contact us at BeirutACS@state.gov and we can send them to you
electronically.

As you review your lists and encourage Americans to register, please
also try to determine what percentage of the Americans registered in
your zone are actually here and how many still have not returned since
the assisted departure. I know the numbers will not be exact, but
approximations are very helpful. Americans can register online at our
website: http://lebanon.usembassy.gov or http://www.travel.state.gov.

Your feedback will help us as we begin the reorganization. I have not
forgotten my promise to host Warden meetings so we can benefit from your
input and suggestions. I will begin the meetings after the first of the
year. Many in our office are traveling, and we will not have full
staffing until January. In the meantime, your assistance with
determining numbers in our Consular district is most appreciated.

I thank you in advance for your assistance and your continued dedication
to serving American citizens in Lebanon.

Julie A. Eadeh
Chief, American Citizen Services
U.S. Embassy Beirut

Guthman Bey said...

When I lived in Ashrafieh some years ago, my appartment building had a freight elevator that had been shut off and whose entrances had been covered with bricks on all floors except on the one where I lived. On my floor the entrance to the elevator was covered by a wardrobe. One lazy Sunday afternoon I moved the wardrobe and forced open the elevator door. What I found was an elevator shaft chock full of machine guns, anti-tank weapons, grenades and ammo, stacked seemingly all the way up to the roof over five floors.This leads me to believe that there is no shortage of toys for boys to play with in Lebanon. The weapons belonged to my crooked employer and landlord, who was a devoted follower of "le general".

Eva said...

hate to be repeating stuff - but yeah, excellent post. thanks!

EDB said...

Well Guthman, that's quite an impressive story. I've only seen individual weapons, not stock piles. How long ago was that?
For some reason, I still can't see it all repeating itself, to the same extent and with the same degree of ferocity.

hillz said...

they all said it..
excellent overview..

Guthman Bey said...

This was in 1995/96/97 during the mostly peaceful days of Elias Hrawi.

Nayda said...

Thank you very much for your information on Lebanon! Here in Spain it's hard to get track of the things actually happenning there; besides, your posts are much better than the ordinary aseptic delayed news. Thank you again for keepin us informed.

I just hope that you're all wrong, and that it doesn't happen again.

majki said...

-i concur... Amazing post.

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Guthman Bey said...

"I still can't see it all repeating itself, to the same extent and with the same degree of ferocity."
I feel the same. March 14 is too weak. None of their militias is a match for Hezbollah. Today's Lebanese army is Lahoud's creation. The optimally timed arrest of the nascent LF death squad suggests that the pro-Syrian intelligence apparatus remains fully functional and knows who is up to what. (Which by the way is another reason why it is so unlikely that Gemayel was killed by parties other than those same pro-Syrian intelligence circles). So no, I don't see it blowing up all the way either. Still, there is a probably good chance that boys will get to be boys for at least a little bit.

Anonymous said...

Guthman...nice story. I had a similiar encounter when I moved to Beirut. Being a foreigner I often used the same web cafe in Ashrafiye to check my e-mail. At one point, the owner of the web cafe, a man no older than 30, asked me where I was from. After I answered that I was from Italy he asked if I was a Catholic. Although I muttered "...only by default" he took that as a yes and, showing me that his cell phone said 'JESUS' on the screen, insisted that we were the same (Catholic and Maronite) and that I accompany him to his office for tea to celebrate. I obliged and was lead up the back stairs, through a dank corridor with a soiled matress that he pointed out was "for the women" (wink, wink) and into a ramshackle dungeon like room with a broken down desk over which a portrait of Bashir Gemayel hung in an over-sized gold leafed frame (it reminded me of one of those felt Elvis portraits you see in artsy college dorm room). After a spikey-haired teenageer brought in two glasses of tea, the owner asked me if I knew about Bashir Gemayel. I pleaded ignorance only because I was already tired of conversations about the war even though I have been in Lebanon less than two weeks. He paid no attention to my obvious discomfort at talking politics and told me about how he was Lebanese Forces during the cival war and had protected Ashrafiye from the Muslims and killed a lot of people, and how he could not forgive the muslims for what they had done to his parents. I felt awful for the guy...afterall he was a child soldier and I assumed without asking him to elaborate that his parents had been killed in the war, but at the same time I just wanted to get out of the room. I swallowed the rest of my tea in one gulp, rose half way from my chair and said, "...well, thank god the war is over." "The war is not over." he responded sharply. "Don't you know that Hizbollah would love to march on Ashrafiye?" Obviously he wanted to talk more politics, but I was already half way out of the room and heading down the corridor when he called me back to show me something. And there in the hallway, behind a small door was a large closet full of what I assumed to be M16s or AK47s. I didn;t stay long enough to count, but there were at least enough for all the teenage boys who surfed porn downstairs and then some.

Oberon Brown said...

There have always been weapons in lebanese closets; half the people I know have one automatic weapon in their house, and I suspect every country house owns one. This region has known a lot of tourments throughout history, so owning weapons has become somehow a tradition...
But M16's and kalashnikovs are not enough to make a war: you need missiles, launchers, training, some tanks or military vehicles... 16 year old boys quarrels rarely start a war nowadays: it's the leaders who decide to have one or not, and the current leaders have absolutely no intention of doing so, neither Geagea, nor Aoun, and least of all Nasrallah... So I think probabilities for a new civil war are rather weak.

Rocco said...

"This region has known a lot of tourments throughout history, so owning weapons has become somehow a tradition..."

Hahah...and the next thing you'll write is that Lebanon also has a "tradition" of cival wars....

Oberon Brown said...

"tourments" don't necessarily mean "civil war"; you know there were invasions, occupations, persecutions... every empire left a trace here...

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Guthman Bey said...

This morning, while googling, I found what appears to be an ode to Geagea on the English language LF blog The Ouwet Front.

Stay My Ideal Leader

I always looked at you not as a leader, you were always my ideal leader.
You were in pain, we prayed for you.
You were in trials, we cried for you.
You were in jail, we’ve been with you.
We’ve wait for you long time, long time…
And we know, you were always you.
I still remember well, during a trial you said that the painter has to go far few steps from his paint to see the whole picture.
Go far few steps from your surround and see the whole LF. See the people that they were ready to die for the cause, for the LF, for you.
Fair you are, and you will always be you.
Gather all the LF, stay my ideal leader, stay you…

Anonymous said...

You have to check your sources my dear.. I haven't read such inaccuracies accumulated in one page....

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Walid said...

You left for 48 hours and are still not back? Can't wait to hear your comments on today and yesterday. Also cant wait for you to remove the "insure your machines" spam comments up here, which nevertheless do look hilarious next to all the "I saw machine guns" posts.

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