Amazing capture By Charbel Bouez
Fury of the sea – Picture via Bjaber
Happy Independence Day – Picture by Paul Samuel
Live Love Lebanon
Picture by Wassef Koleilat
That’s pretty messed up. It happened in broad day light in a relatively busy area.
Picture via Al Jomhouria
If someone has any pictures from the Cedars, please email them to me. This is a great start to the winter season!
Via Ehden FB page
As you all know, highly hazardous and dangerous Lebanese flag shoes were confiscated two days ago for reasons that I still can’t understand. On another note, here are few meaningless issues that were taking place the same week:
1- The Lebanese authorities were unable to bring prisoners from inside Roumieh prison to show in court. I don’t know how that is even possible.
2- Fadel Shaker, who’s a highly wanted terrorist accused of killing Lebanese Army Soldiers, stated that he’s inside Ain el Hilweh.
3- Two innocent civilians were killed inside their home by known gunmen in the town of Btedi’i in the Bekaa, yet the Jaafar clan refuses to give away the murderers.
4- Half of Lebanon’s roads got flooded due to the latest storm including the Rafic Hariri airport.
5- Lebanon is still without a president.
The storm Micha didn’t stop Lebanese from having some fun in the flooded streets. Here’s the full [video].
We entered today the Guinness book of records by creating the biggest human letter “U” which stands for unity, a unity that is unfortunately as superficial as this record as we can’t seem to agree on anything lately.
Of course there’s no harm in spreading a message of hope and peace but I believe other types of initiatives should be implemented to reconcile Lebanese among each other, specially the younger generations. Moreover, I don’t know if there’s any relation between 1860 and the Maronite-Druze conflict at the time, but the relationship between these two communities is still fragile for unresolved problems known to all.
SSCC Sioufi students also spread a message of hope on Lebanon’s Independence day by making a huge “Live Love Lebanon” sign.
The news are saying the bat was hurt but I don’t know if they took care of him or not.
Check out the first three comments. The woman said she doesn’t read Arabic and asked if they could translate it, and whomever is managing that page answers in Arabic. Honest mistake but funny nevertheless!
Thanks Dory’s Wife!
That’s the weirdest thing I’ve seen in a Lebanese hospital so far.