Annahar reported today that the Brazilian federation has agreed to play a friendly game against Lebanon on September 4 in Beirut. Just to be clear here, the Brazilian Olympic team will be playing Lebanon and not the National team that you saw at the World Cup 2014.
I will be cheering for Lebanon!
The younger generations should be more aware of such issues and serve as role models for their parents and their surrounding. I loved the ad!
This cafe looks more useful than our Lebanese Parliament these days.
As surprising as it may seem, Rolex is opening a new boutique in the old souk of Jounieh. The new boutique is a old renovated house and is located in the old souks of Jounieh right before the resort Amwaj. I have to say I never expected Rolex to open in Jounieh. I bet the monthly rent they are paying there is less expensive than a Rolex watch haha!
Rolex has a branch also in Beirut on Weygand street.
I have no freaking clue how this happened. It looks like everyone’s gone crazy lol! Check the video posted by Maroon [Here].
I just saw on Plus961 that Al Jadeed interviewed the little kid that got beaten up as well and his mother. Weirdly enough, the mother told the reporter (Start At Minute 9:00) that she took the little kid to her brother who beat him up as well after hearing the story!
Unfortunately, there are almost half a million Syrian in Lebanon struggling to get into schools and forced to work for a living. Many of them are victims of sexual abuse and violence as well.
I spotted Malak Al Taouk‘s new logo in Kaslik yesterday and it looks much nicer than the old one. I don’t know why I’ve never liked this place even though a lot of my friends love it. I’ve only tried it once some 6 or 7 years ago and that was it.
I spotted the new slogan on Facebook and I thought it was a new bottled mineral water brand but it looks like it’s been out for years. That’s pretty weird because I never spotted it in any supermarket. I’ve tried most of the brands we have in Lebanon and my favorite has always been Tannourine.
Based on reports from Al-Jadeed and LBCI, the security forces have identified the people behind the video that went viral earlier today and was showing a young kid beating another child and being encouraged by his parents. Moreover, LBCI just reported that the Internal Security Forces’ cyber crimes bureau raided the al-Raml al-Ali area in Dahieh to arrest the father of the minor Abbas. T.
This is great news and I am glad this video went viral and these people were arrested. I don’t get if it was the father or some relative or a total stranger who did this, they must be punished accordingly because this is a crime against an innocent child.