Lebanese flag Honorary Consulate of Lebanon in Belize City

Honorary ConsulSarkis Abou Nehra
Address1010 Queen Street
Belize City
PostalPO Box 297
Phonelocal: 228.2052
international: +501.228.2052
Faxlocal: 222.4150
international: +501.222.4150

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Joseph M. Habet Jr.
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 15:01 EDT
I think you need to better protect your people from wrongfull acusations and crime!
I will have you know that the Habet (Habak) Family have been through hell in the most literall sense, spirutally, mentally, and physically.

We are starting to suspect certain foreign powers of giving into bribes, coersion, and manipulation as we have all suffered losses on our side, identity theft, mistaken identity, blackmail, and conspiracy to commit atrocities against us, etc. Everything you can imagine we are now experiencing.

We love you Mr. Sarkis but we are also suspecting you and your consul for giving into Lebanese & Foreign Muhabarat (Intelligence) information about many of us Asians.

This is wrong and is in and of itself an atrocity.

We ask that you please state our sitution with other embassies (that we are endangered and being blackmailed in eery way by powerful forces).

The Habet (Habak) Family of #27, #52 Daly Street & Mother Lebanon!
Joseph M. Habet Jr.
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 14:14 EDT
Thank you mother Lebanon, Mr. Sarkis for your miraculous help with everything
I Just want to give thanks for all of the miracles and prayers of our Lebanese people & mother Lebanon's miraculous religious experience to the Habet (Habak) Family.

To the Lebanese consul your are all diamonds in the rough, impressing and blessing every country you are in, espicially you and your family Mr. Sarkis!

The Habet (Habak) Family of #27 & 52 Daly Street.

May you all live a long and halthy life and LOnG LIVE LEBANON!

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