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Anonymous wrote 13 weeks 6 days ago from Lebanon
I am a foreigner married to a Lebanese woman. Our children were born in Lebanon, the land of their mother, grandmother and grandfather. We love Lebanon, it is our home. My wife should have the right to give her nationality to the people she loves for we have nothing for Lebanon but love.
ِAmal Idiab wrote 21 weeks 2 days ago from Palestine
women in 2018 need to have the right to pass citizenship to her children.
Anonymous wrote 23 weeks 6 days ago from Lebanon
انا سوداني من ام لبنانيه انا مولود ببيروت ومتزوج من لبنانيه ولدي ثلاثه اولاد اكيد كلنا ما النا غير طلب واحد فقط وهو حق لنا ....
Nancy Kachar wrote 32 weeks 6 days ago from Lebanon
جنسيتي من حقي
ميرنا سركيس wrote 1 year 3 days ago from Lebanon
..جنسيتي حق لي ولأسرتي..
Joelle Elias Abi Kanaan Merrifield wrote 1 year 2 weeks ago from Lebanon
I have four children who were all born in Lebanon and have lived here the majority of their lives. They are not citizens because their father is American. Most recently my daughter was not allowed to participate in the national Lebanese gymnastics championship because she is not Lebanese.
Majdoline wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago from Lebanon
Based on "Lebanese for more than ten years" sounds right. In most other countries Lebanese immigrants are been given citizenship which includes rights and duties. It's a shame to have a human being live in our dear country with no legal papers. We don't we walk her shoes?
Anissa Metri wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago from United States
I am Lebanese-American and I want my children to love my country as their country, aim to invest in it and advocate for its betterment regardless of their father's nationality. I am no less than my brothers, I believe that my government is better than its neighbors and hope to see that in my rights.
سحر عماد ملاعب wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago from Lebanon
انا متزوجة من رجل لبناني الاصل مولود في فنزويلا من ام واب لبنانيين ولكنه غير مسجل في السجل اللبنانيز عندي 3 اولاد نعيش في لبنان محرومين من الجنسية ومن حقوقنا خصوصا بالنسبة للتعليم والاستشفاء
Faten fakher wrote 1 year 23 weeks ago from Lebanon
أنه حقها حق كل امرأءة
Anonymous wrote 1 year 30 weeks ago from United States
This law is unjust and is a denial of a basic human right.
مي اليان wrote 1 year 43 weeks ago from Lebanon
ليس من العدل أن ترتبط قضيتنا بمسألة التوطين وبمخالفة الدستور قضيتنا هي قضية مساواة بين الرجل اللبناني والمرأة اللبنانية
نجاح حمدانn wrote 2 years 1 week ago from Lebanon
املي ان يحصل اطفالي الثلاثة على جنسية بلدي حتى لا يظلوا غرباء وهم لا يعرفون غير لبنان وطنا وملاذا
محمد مطاوع wrote 2 years 11 weeks ago from Lebanon
أنا محمد مطاوع. من أم لبنانية. لأمي ذلك الحق، للبنانيات جميعاً. يكفينا شعور بالغربة ونحن في وطننا، مسقط رأسنا.
لؤي علاوى wrote 2 years 11 weeks ago from Lebanon
أنا مع المساواة
محمد بن محي الدين الحوات wrote 2 years 15 weeks ago from Lebanon
أنا أبن لبنانية مواليد بيروت متزوج من لبنانية
Adeline wrote 2 years 16 weeks ago from Netherlands
Full citizenship is the first step to equality for women!
Mazen Mohsen el Halaby wrote 2 years 18 weeks ago from Lebanon
ليس السِّجن سيِّئاً إلى حدٍّ كبير ولكنَّني أكره الجدار بين زنزانتي وزنزانة السَّجين الآخر , وأؤكد لكَ أنني لستُ ألومُ السَّجَّان ولا مَن بنى السِّجن. - جبران خليل جبران
Noura Kassatly wrote 2 years 18 weeks ago from Lebanon
No Comment. Just a wish and a hope to give my only son my Lebanese Nationality.
Youssef Kurdi wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Lebanon
الإنتماء هو للوطن الذي ولد به الفرد و ترعرع و ادنى حقوقه في الحصول على المواطنة عبر منحه الحق بالحياة ( الجنسية )
Jackson Hignite wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from United States
Lebanese women give birth to children of at least half Lebanese descent. Denying them the right to pass on a heritage that they take pride in and invoke in their daily lives is unjust and unacceptable.
Achieng Akena wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Kenya
I believe in the right of every woman to be able to transmit her nationality. Women are not half citizens and must be entitled to full rights that enable them to reach their full potential.
Rani Eid wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Lebanon
Women are no different and aren't any less capable at doing things than men. They deserve not only higher wages, but more respect!
سامر باسيل زبانه wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Lebanon
ان يشمل النساء المتزوجات من فلسطيني دون استثناء
Jael Morangi Ongeri wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Kenya
I cant believe such cases still exist
C. Morrison wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from United States
Women have equal merit to men as citizens.
Anonymous wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Lebanon
Woman from Wisconsin supports women from Lebanon!!!
Esther wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago from Netherlands
Every human being has a right to nationality. Women should have full citizenship like men do and enjoy all rights that come with full citizenship.
Anonymous wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Uganda
The time is now or never.
Barbara Rother wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Canada
Such blatant and discriminatory practices cannot be condoned!
Rose Jansse wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Australia
Brave women
Doug Jones wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Canada
All societies are evolving to recognize the limitations of prejudice. Successful leaders know this and act to support all people. Equity is a component of justice and sustainability. The proof is in the conflicts we see. They are spurred by inequity as much as greed.
الدكتورة سوسن ناصر مهدي -زهارة wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from United States
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
Lebanese women should have the right to give their children the lebanese nationality.
Omar Traboulsi wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
Fully in support though gender equality will not be achieved until there is a major change in the present confessional system
Ruaa Sbeiti wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
This gendered inequality of citizenship is not only discriminatory, it denies women a basic human right.
Dana Marwan Maarouf wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
This is simply our Right !
Anonymous wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
It is SHAMEFUL. Time to change this law which defies all logic and humanity.
Salyne El Samarany wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
it's about time!!
Dani Sharara wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
its 2016.
Nay Abi Samra wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
No comment.
Kevin Makhoul wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
We should be ashamed that women are not afforded this basic right for equality.
Sarah Hunaidi wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Syria
I'm supposed to be half Lebanese, but I'm not. My mother is not less of a person than her brothers, shame on such government!
Philippe Boutros wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from United States
What year is this?
Anonymous wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
be logical.
Mirna El Sabbagh wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
Hopefully women married to a Palestinian will be part of the amended law.
maia tabet wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from United States
I have 2 daughters by a non-Lebanese (but Beirut-born and raised) man. At 26 and 28, they remain without Lebanese nationality.
Jinan istambouli wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
Women should have a right to give the lebaneses nationality to her kids and husband!
Jowel Choufani wrote 2 years 21 weeks ago from Lebanon
This is our right. Discrimination needs to end!
Anonymous wrote 2 years 23 weeks ago from Lebanon
Women have equal rights to men and that's that