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Haifa Wehbe helping hizbullah ?

Hassan Nasrallah decided to send someone to make the negotiations with Israel...

After taking too many opinions, he pointed on Haifa Wehbé.

After 3 days, Haifa came back to Lebanon Pregnant!!!

Hassan, upset, said:" We sent you there to find a solution for the current situation... but not to sleep with the enemy"

Haifa replied with a smile: "Habibi Hassan, Israel refused all your proposals so I brought you a hostage"

[tags] lebanon, haifa, wehbe, hizbuallah, israel, negotionations [/tags]

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  1. 7areeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeega :)

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  2. HAAAAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA! Good one man!

    "Wehbe was born to a Lebanese Shiite father and a Egyptian Coptic mother"

    no wonder she's with Hassan habibha! haahaha

    omar

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  3. ya zalameh tayeb keef iktashafo inha 7amel bi 3 ayam?

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  4. Well, the kids will be born in Leb, right?So they are technically Lebanese.

    Ok, that's a good one Jad...

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  5. I think Bashar Asad will be upset since this will be the only Lebanese-Israeli linkage he cannot control, or can he?

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  6. haifa tu es tros belle jetadore grave je sius fane de toi tu chante tros bien voila tous bravo

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