Why would I care about all that? Homosexuals are not mentally or psychologically challenged. There is something confusing and fishy in the episodes. Activists say there is a need for reform in the current system if the legislation is to be successfully implemented. I do not think women or older people are a big joke for a person to become a better comedian. Why would you pretend to prank people anyways and act it out too?
How do you expect him not to divorce her? There is something confusing and fishy in eipsode episodes. Or was that in the ancient days?
The Presenter of Regression and Violence Against Women” khwlife writer Zeinab Hawi said Episdoe words “justifies murder and violence, shields the murderer, and encourages a whole society that already struggles with patriarchy to commit crimes and violence against women. The conversation ended up by me walking away to have free food at the buffet and leaving this show-off alone to catch up with some other girl. You could have solved the issue with Hayat herself; because DEEP down you know you did a mistake; or maybe not.
But a future author is not a Beirut thing. I am a type of person who can toony days with books, papers and pens. And, a woman who is 40 years old and above will never get married or will find her man. That joke was not even funny for most Lebanese individuals who were watching the show. So, why are you wasting your time anyways?
In my own humble opinion, I just think that this program is a fail. People like you, can make a change. It can not be a Saturday or a Sunday without hearing Beep! I understand that you are a big womanizer; but keep that to yourself. I do not understand the concept of a woman who got divorced can not get married again, especially if she had children.
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We all dream of epusode new country where hate does not exist, but when a person who blurts kahlife the truth is punished, what kind of country do we expect? She was bribed to post such things on Facebook and she is a new electronic criminal!
Any person with a healthy brain will just leave from the first place. Adel Karam, if you will ever read this: It must be aired on some TV station because everyone must hear what you are saying.
Maybe, just maybe those ancient minds will dissolve away.
Lebanese TV Host Tony Khalife Under Fire for Domestic Violence Rant
And, if one day; the couples decided to divorce, the kha,ife is thrown on the girl: This is very annoying, embarrassing and no stranger really cares about. Asking Hayat Mirshad who ended up not being a journalist, by the way! In a tweet, Reem Kaedbey criticized Khalife’s comments: Let me start off with the episode that gave me many questions to ask Hani and Edward.
How do you know that those NGOs are not doing their proper job? Did you know that Aristotle was gay? Some people say that its against their religion, or the law does not accept it and so on.
Just so make it clear, people do not only judge on how fat someone is; but also if you were a very thin too or you had long hair or you had short hair, even dead people are judged. Khalfe have always been affected by Edgar Allan Poe, T. Needless to say, Khalife has come under fire for his comments, as people took to social media to khalifee his stance on one of the most sensitive issues in Lebanese society.
Personally, I did not care because I was blocked, but the point is; I do not think Abdullah has a twitter account khalkfe read the apology and decide what to do with Adel.
The case has drawn Mirshad a number of sympathizers, including outspoken feminist, journalist and novelist Joumana Haddad who posted an Annahar article with details of the charges filed by Khalife, and wrote: Also, the question that Joumana gave in the episode to the young man when she asked: And something wrong is happening behind the scenes of those NGOs.
Why would you pretend to khalifs people anyways and act it out too? Staying single and not getting married is huge sin in Lebanon or maybe upon the traditions I was raised on. When two couples divorce, gossips start rushing around: Last month, a Lebanese man shot and killed his wife, Sara Al Amin, who had filed charges against him for allegedly beating her for more than 20 years in a case that echoes the situation many women find themselves in.