Lebanese POW 30 May – 5 June 2013

Ah, how good is it to check out some Lebanese POW one week after the other?

As you will notice, this week has a bit similarity with the international version of POW, and as i posed this question of the facebook page also.

The downtown protest with smashing tomatoes of MPs’ cars was a nice thing to witness in Lebanon.

Along with the protest, nice things happened in Lebanon, like the protest in tripoli, the currency “protest”, Lebanon is still alive and kicking.. and it needs more energy.. right?

Lebanese took advantage of the weekend to enjoy the warm sunshine and to escape the volatile political atmosphere hoping the sea will let them forget the daily suffering on the political and social levels. (Ali Hamad / Almustaqbal)

Lebanese took advantage of the weekend to enjoy the warm sunshine and to escape the volatile political atmosphere hoping the sea will let them forget the daily suffering on the political and social levels. (Ali Hamad / Almustaqbal)

School student’s in the photo visiting the Presidential Palace in Baabda, after the Lebanese president Micheal Sleiman decided to open the palace to public on the first Saturday of every month. (Hussam Chbaro / Almustaqbal)

Dozens of Lebanese gathered in Beirut to express their opposition to this constitutional violation. They expressed that with a funeral of the Lebanese political system in coffins and threw the deputies’ passing cars with tomatoes (Mohamad Mekawi / Mo5tar)

Along way the protraction preparations of the assembly today in Lebanon, a group of NGO run at the deputies car with tomatoes. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Ajansi)

Minister Gebran Bassil During a Maritime Tour Aboard Polarcus-Adira vessel-affiliated to Spectrum Company (Dalati Nohra)

Angry Palestinians & Syrians set fire to humanitarian assistance that had been delivered to the Ain al-Hilweh refugee camps in Saida by Hezbollah.

Children wear face masks after a fire broke at the dump in Saida’s garbage dumpster, also known as the mountain of trash. (Mohammed Zaatari / The Daily Star)

A Lebanese man removes debris, after a rocket fire by Syrian rebels and hit his home, according to villagers, in Hermel town, northeast of Lebanon. (Hussein Malla / AP)

Sidon is set to have its own national museum on site a leading archaeological dig, with donors and developers ready to sign a contract for its construction Monday. The museum project will be built on land owned by the Directorate General of Antiquities at the Frère site. (Click here to read more)

Activists wrote on banknotes of U.S. dollar and Lebanese Lira “No to sectarian”. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Ajansi)

Under the title “16 rounds..where is the government?”, 2000 activists in Tripoli took part in a protest march on the deteriorating situation in the city and a rejection of repeated rounds of violence and the deterioration of economic conditions. (Hassan Alayoubi / Almustaqbal)

Hassan Maatouk from Lebanon scores a goal against South Korea, but South Korea scores deep into injury time to clinch a 1-1 draw against Lebanon in an Asian Group A World Cup qualifier in Beirut, ending their hosts’ faint hopes to make it to Brazil in 2014. (Mohammad Azakir / The Daily Star)

This photo circulated the social media world, and as you can see there is flags of Hezbollah along with signs “Al Qusair has fallen”, while people distributing sweets on passing cars. This comes after morning news that the syrian town “Al Qusair”, was “liberated by the Syrian troops and Hezbollah”. (Facebook)

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