STOP Hunting Crimes in Lebanon!

A Facebook page named "Stop Hunting Crimes In Lebanon" was founded by a group of European and Lebanese protectionists to show the massacre of raptors, storks and songbirds, the rarest species of migratory birds, killed by brutal and criminal Lebanese hunters. They've collected over 20,000 pictures that they are constantly updating through their page. These hunters shooting at anything that moves are idiots and should be jailed.
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Michael Haddad’s Official Breaking Barriers Video

2 years ago
[YouTube] I spotted Michael Haddad during the last Beirut Marathon and am looking forward to meeting him in person hopefully this year. What an inspiring young man! ...
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Lebanese Singer Aline Lahoud To Compete in The Voice – France

2 years ago
[YouTube] Update: Watch Aline Lahoud’s performance [Here]. It looks like Aline Lahoud will be competing in the French Edition of The Voice this year. Aline is a very talented singer and the daughter of Salwa ...
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Lebanese Dr. Issam Khalil and Dr. Alfred Naaman Introduce New Product To Dentistry

2 years ago
[YouTube] The LBCI report caught my attention but for some reason, they didn’t mention the name of the product. I tried looking around and found a useful link to what is presumably the doctors’ invention. ...
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Our Lebanese Cedar Is Our Identity: Adopt A Cedar Tree

2 years ago
Picture via CedarsBox.com As most of you probably know, Lebanon is known for its Cedars yet today cedar forests cover only 0.0002% of Lebanon’s surface, mainly due to the climate change, over-harvesting and of course ...
Beirut

History Of Car Bombs In Lebanon

2 years ago
According to this 1992 article from Time Magazine entitled “Lebanon: The Terrible Tally of Death”, our country has witnessed 3,641 car bombs during the 1975-1990 civil war period, which resulted in the death of 4,386 ...
Animals & Wildlife

Lebanese Ship Accused Of Dumping Dead Cows In The Baltic Sea

2 years ago
Picture via AFP Denmark and Sweden have been investigating for days how fourteen dead cows ended up on their shores and it seems it was a Lebanese ship who dropped the dead cows in the ...
Critiques

Help Rebuild Lebanon’s Torched Al Sa’eh Library

2 years ago
I’ve been supportive of every initiative to help rebuild Al Sa’eh library in Tripoli, and I loved the book drive that was kicked off on January 8th and will last till the end of the ...
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