Two Accidents at the Beirut Grand Prix

Let's just say that I'm glad the so-called Beirut Grand Prix, which ended up not even being a drag race, ended without any major accidents. I was looking at videos this morning and I barely saw any safety barriers on the way. In fact, cement blocks were still on the way, the asphalt was not remade and renewed and there were even works on the track. Two cars could have crashed heavily, including the organizer,…

When Will People Stop Blocking Roads in This Country?

I have yet to find a convincing reason for blocking main roads and highways to protest. Truck drivers were causing a huge traffic today in Dora and Beirut because of their protest and the only ones who were suffering were drivers who had nothing to do with it. Shutting down roads to protest should be a crime punishable by law, especially when done during peak traffic hours. There are far better ways to get people's…
Source: Beirut Grand Prix website
Automotive

Few Thoughts on The Upcoming Beirut Grand Prix Event

1 week ago
Several people have been asking me about the upcoming Beirut Grand Prix, and why I haven’t written anything about it yet, especially given that I love cars and auto racing events. Honestly, I’ve been meaning ...
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amal-nadia
Critiques

Amal Clooney is Taking ISIS to Trial

1 week ago
While the world is still making excuses for not fighting ISIS, and the UN is condemning ISIS in fancy press conferences while awarding contracts worth tens of millions of dollars to criminal regimes as part ...
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jensiyye
Critiques

Human Rights Watch Response To Lebanon’s Foreign Minister Over Discriminatory Nationality Law

1 week ago
Human Rights Watch issued a statement to respond to Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil’s controversial tweet on the nationality law and stated that the foreign minister’s remarks “undermine efforts to reform a discriminatory nationality law that ...
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garbage-bridge
Critiques

After The Garbage Pyramid, Snake & River, Meet The Garbage Bridge

1 week ago
I still can’t believe they are stocking up garbage on the unfinished Nahr el Mot bridge. It’s like they are asking to get humiliated by local and foreign media. The worst part is that our ...
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Animals & Wildlife

Who’s Killing Dolphins in Tabarja?

1 week ago
APAF (Animals Pride And Freedom) shared pictures of a dead dolphin earlier today and claimed that fishermen in the Tabarja area are killing dolphins and that this is the fifth victim. I read throughout the ...
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mach
Critiques

Environment Minister Tangled in a Tweet of Lies

1 week ago
The Environment Ministry is proving once again to be a complete waste of money. Minister Mohammad Machnouk is currently visiting Washington to take part in the “Our Ocean Conference” and was bragging yesterday on how ...
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alfa-ceo
Critiques

Mobile Internet Prices To Decrease By 10 to 20%

1 week ago
Alfa Telecom announced yesterday during a press conference that they will be reducing their internet mobile prices from 10 to 20% and launched two new bundles: Start-Up: $45 that will include 550 minutes of local ...
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garbaeg1
Critiques

They Finally Found a “Good” Use For The Nahr el Mot Unfinished Bridge

1 week ago
I drive next to this unfinished bridge everyday on the maritime road near City Mall and wonder who decided to build it this way and where it was supposed to end anyway? In the sea ...
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