When I first saw the headline in red, I thought I was going to read about some kidnapping attempt, or some fight on board, or some mechanical failure (God Forbid) that led to an emergency landing, or some passenger gone crazy, but what I got instead was that the plane underwent some severe turbulence and few passengers felt nauseous.
Of course turbulence is a very serious matter and I hate it (and get scared) when it happens, but my point is that they should have at least bothered and got more details on whether anyone got injured or hospitalized, and how did the crew handle this matter because there’s a comment on the article saying that no one tried to comfort them. They could have called MEA or interviewed some of the passengers instead of saying there was turbulence and that’s it.
PS: LebMediaMonitor originally posted about this.
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.
I can’t believe how quickly he destroyed the other guy even though they are almost the same size. Mark Tanios won as well against Egyptian Fighter Mohamad Abdel Karim back in March.
Check out the fight [Here].
Pope Francis was in Amman yesterday and held a mass which was attended by around 20,000 people. I happened to be there and I noticed a lot of Lebanese have made trip to see the pope. I was told between 2000 and 3000 Lebanese were expected to come but I’d say they were in the hundreds.
No one and I insist NO ONE has the right to tell Patriarch Bechara el Rai where he should go or should not, specially if he’s going on a religious visit to the Holy Land with the head of the Catholic Church. Enough said!
I am glad he put an end to this interview and I urge him to ignore all the media and just go on with his visit.
I have no idea who that dancer/singer but I was curious to know what the Gaymar (قيمر) is and apparently it’s some sort of popular Iraqi breakfast. I’ve tried Iraqi food a couple of times in Lebanon but I never had this Geimer thing. It is not that appealing to be honest but check out this funny video I found on how to prepare it.
I am honestly sick of hearing about this woman. It’s not funny anymore.