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A marriage made in heaven: former photo model Sethrida Toq married former warlord Samir Geagea in 1992, two years before he went behind bars. ?If there would have been a unanimous reaction on the day Samir Geagea was arrested, we would not have been here today,? Sethrida said last June. ?Marwan Hamade would not have been the victim of an assassination attempt, Rafic Hariri would not have been killed, nor Samir Kassir. Lebanon?s disequilibria and destabilization started with the arrest of Samir Geagea and the dissolution of the LF.? Sethrida will not be the only woman in Lebanon?s newly elected parliament. In a twisted take on the Hollywood flick, The First Wives Club, she shares the bench with the widows of two murdered presidents and the sister of a murdered Prime Minister.

Sethrida Geagea and the other LF candidates have every
reason to celebrate, after gaining 6 seats in parliament.

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A marriage made in heaven: former photo model Sethrida Toq married former warlord Samir Geagea in 1992, two years before he went behind bars. ?If there would have been a unanimous reaction on the day Samir Geagea was arrested, we would not have been here today,? Sethrida said last June. ?Marwan Hamade would not have been the victim of an assassination attempt, Rafic Hariri would not have been killed, nor Samir Kassir. Lebanon?s disequilibria and destabilization started with the arrest of Samir Geagea and the dissolution of the LF.? Sethrida will not be the only woman in Lebanon?s newly elected parliament. In a twisted take on the Hollywood flick, The First Wives Club, she shares the bench with the widows of two murdered presidents and the sister of a murdered Prime Minister. <br />
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Sethrida Geagea and the other LF candidates have every<br />
reason to celebrate, after gaining 6 seats in parliament.<br />
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2005, The Lebanese Forces, Beirut, Lebanon THIS IMAGE IS THE EXCLUSIVE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF MATTHEW ARNOLD. The content is protected by U.S. and international copyrights. No Content may be downloaded, copied, reproduced, republished, manipulated, altered, transmitted, or distributed in any way without Matthew Arnold's written permission and/or a payment of a fee or other arrangement. These images are NOT ROYALTY FREE and are NOT WITHIN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. You may only view the Content for your personal, non-commercial use. Use of the Content for any other purpose will be considered a copyright infringement. Violators may be prosecuted for copyright infringement in U.S. District Court.