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Friday, June 29, 2007

Civil Marriage Is Our Right!




There is nothing we need in Liban more than the right of Civil Marriage. It is the only way where we can jump above sectarian barriers, and establish a true society of a true Lebanese Identity.

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6 comments:

Jester said...

Strongly agree!

kheireddine said...

Yes, Faylasoof, I agree totally with you. Why should people still change their religion or go to Cyprus to get married? This would help to build a secular Lebanese society. We should also create non-secterian political parties.

Anonymous said...

Just as long as it's not done for gay marriages.

FaiLaSooF said...

To decide whom to spend life with is the most intimate and important decision of one's life. And I believe that no barriers should exist between any two people who decide that they are meant for each other, especially religious ones.

I understand religion as a way to bring people closer to each other, in order to build a society where everybody enjoys his/her rights as long as he/she is doing his/her duties. But if religion becomes the mean barrier between people in the society, then it has lost its most important objective.

Civil marriage should be allowed in Liban, because we are a country of multi-sectarian origins, and it is the NORMAL thing to find people falling in love with eachother regardless of their sect, and that shouldn't prevent them from being together.

Bouha said...

hello !
please can u email me so i can email u something ?
thanks in advance

Legend Of The Fall said...

I believe that the only way to keep ur unity (in Lebanon as well as in Iraq), is when you forget religion, sects, ethnic groups and loyalty to people. You must only think in your country Lebanon. Muslim or Chrestian, Sunnite, Shiite, Druze, Maronites, Catholics or Othrodox or Kurd, these are personals. Just something from history and which can serve your countries and region as traditional and touristic issues, let's say, something human, but which MUST NOT override your national solidarity and unity. I cross fingers to you. Long Live Tunisia * Long Live Lebanon :)