I am not sure if it’s allowed to put naked pictures of girls in a paper in Lebanon. I don’t know if Annahar did it on purpose or not, but I hope they won’t remove it. However, I can’t find any pictures inside the article (There’s a Fatal Error though) so I guess it’s a matter of time before it gets taken out.
Steven was born in Achrafieh in 1974 but his parents gave him away to a Dutch family who adopted him and raised him in the Netherlands. I don’t know how it feels to be adopted and go look for your biological parents in a country you know nothing about and I hope he ends up knowing what happened, but all I could think of at the moment is that he doesn’t need a Schengen VISA to travel to Europe lol!
Sony World Lebanon didn’t post anything yet about the PS4.
Sony are currently rocking the Dubai World Trade Center as they show off the PS4 in the Middle East for the first time during the Games13 conference. The biggest news so far is that they have officially revealed that their latest juggernaut will be hitting shelves in the region on December 13th, 2013, for 1699 AED (462 USD).
I was looking up the iPhone5S prices in Lebanon and found that Amhaz is selling it at 1200$.
That’s a ridiculous price but not surprising as the same thing happens every time an iPhone is out. In fact, the iPhone 5s Gold’s price is reaching $1500 on ebay.
Congrats to Rashed and Cybele! You won 3 tickets each to watch the Avant-Premiere of Malavita.
You will receive an email during the day!
I’ve already posted about the dangers of stray bullets and the need to ban celebratory gunfire in Lebanon once and for all. That’s not something so difficult to implement yet nothing is being done about it and innocent people are getting killed. If the security situation is that bad in Lebanon, let the concerned ministry start with the simplest things that don’t require security plans and could save tens of lives if not more every year.
The last victim of celebratory gunfire is a 28 year old man who was shot by accident by his friend during a wedding. This is not a tradition we should be proud of, this is a stupid act that could kill people and can easily be replaced by harmless fireworks.
I live in Detroit. Our priest at our church is Abouna Michel Cheble. Saturday night his brother in law Wassim, age 28 was killed in a wedding celebration in Baalbak. It was celebratory gun fire, and his close friend shot him on accident. Wassim left a wife, a boy age 5, and a daugther 10 months old. I know this is a tradition, all across Lebanon regardless of religion… but it costs many lives. I thought this would be a good blog idea about this topic/incident… I want to bring awareness to our people about this. I know we think we know everything but this is very dangerous.
Thank you Tom!
Despite the mixed reviews I’ve read about this movie, I am definitely not gonna miss it as Luc Besson is one of my favorite directors and producers. Leon The Professional, The Fifth element, The Big Blue, Joan of Arc and Tax are some of my favorite Besson movies. Added to that, two great actors are starring in that movie, Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Speaking of which, do you remember the last time these two actors were in the same movie? If you do, submit a comment to this post to have a chance at winning tickets to the Avant-Premiere of Malavita.
The Manzoni family, a notorious mafia clan, is relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program, where fitting in soon becomes challenging as their old habits die hard. Malavita is a crime comedy film co-written by Tonino Benacquista and directed by Luc Besson, starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Tommy Lee Jones. [Imdb]
I will draw two names randomly at the end of the day, each getting 3 tickets. Good Luck!
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It rains for one day and all the roads and streets get flooded causing massive traffic jams. The good (and bad) thing is that we’re still in September.