As mentioned a month ago, there are plans to turn the Dalieh area near Raouche Rock to a private luxury marine, and fences have already been set up to prevent civilians from coming in.
Let’s hope the minister’s remark will incite the government and concerned parties to stop this project once and for all because it doesn’t look like anyone’s listening to those who have been protesting for weeks.
I seriously doubt this little pickup got to where it was going.
Michael Haddad, who is 75% paralyzed, managed to climb the Raouche Rock today and planted a large Lebanese flag on top! We are all proud of you Michael!
Here are few pictures collected from his FB account.
Taken from LebaneseMemes
That’s a pretty lousy way to promote a gas tank.
There was apparently a campaign for Bank Audi’s Spring Account and one of the winners got a new car. I wonder what was going through this guy’s mind when the two girls asked him for an autograph and the Uf concepts guys were wearing t-shirts with his face on them lol!
Modern police was first established in 1861 in Lebanon and the ISF is celebrating its 153st anniversary this year. I gathered few pictures that were shared on the ISF twitter and FB accounts as well as a video they released.
PS: The History of the ISF is a dead link on the ISF website for some reason.
I loved the idea and I am joining the Mannschaftt is coming team!
Check out the rest of the banners [Here].
Iraq, Iran and Egypt are the unhappiest countries in the world according to a Gallup report. Lebanon ranks 10th.
Gallup measured negative emotions in 138 countries in 2013 by asking people whether they experienced a lot of anger, stress, sadness, physical pain and worry the previous day. Gallup compiles the “yes” results into a Negative Experience Index score for each country. The higher the score, the more pervasive negative emotions are in a country.
Results are based on telephone and face-to-face interviews with approximately 1,000 adults in each country, aged 15 and older, conducted in 2013 in 138 countries and areas. For results based on the total global sample, the margin of sampling error is less than ±1 percentage point at the 95% confidence level. For results based on country-level samples, the margin of error ranges from a low of ±2.1 to a high of ±5.3. The margin of error reflects the influence of data weighting. In addition to sampling error, question wording and practical difficulties in conducting surveys can introduce error or bias into the findings of public opinion polls.