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    Picture of the Day: Can It Get Lower?

    Jamil Sayed is taking political language in Lebanon to an all-time low. Every single word he utters demonstrates everything we knew about him. This person is Lebanese democracy’s worst enemy. The concepts he uses, such as revenge, forgetting about an assassination case and complete dispise to state institutions are an echo to his despicable human rights and political freedom record when he was in power.

    Stavro Jabra in Al-Balad, September 16th 2010 summarizes well Jamil Sayed’s portrait.

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