Welcome to the second post of POW related to Lebanon.
As much as we are excited that the rhythm of work hasn’t slowed down at all, nevertheless we found out the having Lebanese POW is a bit more difficult than searching around for international photos,
without forgetting that we should stay out of the small political problem, and keep POW for Lebanon and the world also.
But as you will see below, politics is a big thing a Lebanon, and we cannot hide it everywhere, especially the big local events.
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A woman participating in the ongoing daily protest in front of the Turkish cultural center in Downtown-Beirut carrying a sign written on it: “you claimed that you kidnapped the visitors because they are affiliated to Hezbollah, so are bishop Youssef Yazigi and John Abraham also affiliated to Hezbollah?” (Hasan Asal / Annahar)
Syrian workers and their families rally in support of Assad in Sidon. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
Funeral cars bearing slogans reading, “Your weakness is resulting in the death of 10 people every day” pass in front of the interior ministry during a campaign calling for the implementation of the 174 law that prohibits smoking in indoor public spaces. (Hasan Shaaban)
Finally, after several struggles between clerks and the authorities, Khouloud Sukkarieh and her husband Nidal Darwish got their official family statement from Hermel declaring that they are married without going through the spiritual courts. (Assafir / Ali Jaafar)
Six thousand Lebanese from pupils, university students, representatives of ministries, NGOs, scouts, representatives of a number of economic sectors, set off “in the “Operation Big Blue Association’s 17th annual coastal clean-up campaign in a clean sweep of the Lebanese beach (Almustaqbal / Raafat Naim)
former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora announced the publication of the book “Slander in the acquittal book”, which responds to the accusations launched by the Free Patriotic Movement in the book “The impossible acquittal”. (Almustaqbal / Hussam Chbaro)
Hezbollah’s leader on Thursday responded defiantly to Israel’s recent air strikes in Syria, saying his group would receive advanced weaponry from Syria and support the “liberation of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Nasrallah was projected on a screen during a live broadcast as he speaks to his supporters at an event marking the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Al-Nour radio station, which is operated by the Hezbollah. (Reuters)
On the 65th anniversary of the Nakba, Palestinian stance was organized in front of the headquarters of ESCWA in Beirut. (AA / Bilal Jawich)
His Excellency the Minister of Communications Nicolas Sehnaoui, attends in addition to PM Najeeb Mikati the launch of the first Lebanese website for social networking “elsawt.com”. The site was launched after hard working days done by full lebanese team, with the help of the Ministry of Communications and the College of Engineering at the University of St. Joseph. (Berytech)
it’s the original 250 Lebanese Lira, a very rare currency that was printed only on 112 thousand times, mostly are burned, or not used, especially that it’s value was estimated to be almost 60 thousand dollars. it’s believed that nowadays, there is only 20 pieces of that currency that exist today around the world. it is estimated that it’s value today is 120 thousand dollars. (Assafir)