Check out this ridiculous news.
The opposition will not resort to street action before Jan. 27 and presidential elections will likely not take place until after March, the daily An Nahar reported Wednesday.
The paper, citing opposition sources, said the opposition will not resort to "escalation" or street protests before Jan. 27, the date set for a meeting of Arab foreign ministers to review the outcome of a mission by Arab League chief Amr Moussa.
The report, carried by the daily An Nahar on Wednesday, also said no election was likely to take place until after the March Arab summit in Damascus or even after legislative elections due in early 2009.
Moussa said he would be traveling to Damascus on Thursday for talks with Syria's leadership which has been accused of standing in the way of ending the crisis.
Several politicians and Beirut newspapers are already predicting that the Arab initiative is doomed to failure.
Good thing we're sending Fairuz to Damascus to really show them! Maybe her son could arrange a concert in Tehran. After all, all the Iranian money he has been receiving via his al-Akhbar contributions should be put to good use, such as destroying the only thing that held Lebanese society together during times of war and division.
What a disgrace. Instead of changing Lebanon for the better, some of its people want to change it to fit their own interests. Aoun wants to change the constitution to fit his persona, Hizbullah wants a war zone, and Ziad Rahbani wants cash to support his bad habits. Who hasn't sold out yet?