"on this earth something that makes life worth living" a phrase said by the poet Mahmoud Darwich, calligraphied along with Darwich photo at one of Harma street entrance in Beirut by the graphity artist Yazan Halawani. (Abbas Salman / Assafir)

Leb POW 15 -21 August 2013

it was a very sad week, or maybe is it the way that Lebanon should be surviving one day till the other?

this week started with the Dahiyeh (suburbs) explosion that targeted a zone mostly pro-Hezbollah, with speculation getting far by the minutes from the historical enemy Israel.

I addition to the Dahiyeh photos, we gathered some more interesting photos broadcasted in the media this week.

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"on this earth something that makes life worth living" a phrase said by the poet Mahmoud Darwich, calligraphied along with Darwich photo at one of Harma street entrance in Beirut by the graphity artist Yazan Halawani. (Abbas Salman / Assafir)

“on this earth something that makes life worth living” a phrase said by the poet Mahmoud Darwich, calligraphied along with Darwich photo at one of Harma street entrance in Beirut by the graphity artist Yazan Halawani. (Abbas Salman / Assafir)

A Meqdad family watches the speech of Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah as they sit on a balcony overlooking the site of explosion in Ruwaiss. (Hasan Shaaban/The Daily Star)

“Here is Dahiyeh (suburbs)” Haidar Darwish captioned this photo, after few minutes of the explosion that happened in Beirut south suburbs, an image that went viral for it’s symbolism between the explosion in the background and the victory sign. (Haidar Darwish /Facebook)

Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s picture is seen between of two candles during a candle light vigil in solidarity with people who died in a car bomb that occurred on last Thursday in Beirut’s southern suburbs. (Sharif Karim/REUTERS)

Lebanese supporters of the Shiite Hezbollah movement listen to Hezbollah’s leader Hasan Nasrallah delivering a televised speech as they gather in the southern Lebanese village of Aita al-Shaab, on the border with Israel to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the 2006 July-August war between Lebanon and Israel. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT/AFP)

35 couples held their wedding in Zahle, in the presence of 15 other couple who had their wedding last year and carrying on their hands 15 newborn babies, in addition to 12 couple who are waiting their newborn in the coming weeks. (Samer Alhousayni / Assafir)

Condeming the transfer of the Baalbek International Festival to outside Baalbek Castle, members of the youth academy in the “Sons of Baalbek” held a sit-in in front of Castle Square raising posters titled “Baalbek festival for Baalbek”. (Nidal Soloh/Almustaqbal)

Report The “Official Gangnam Tour” Scandal by Gino’s blog: || Cheb Khaled was scared shitless of the Dahyeh bomb. || The racist organizers who photo-chopped a pixelated photo of Psy into their poster done on Microsoft Paint weeks after he wasn’t included. || The organizers tried to pass themselves off as part of the Jounieh International Festival, which is otherwise doing a pretty decent job. (read more)

So they didn’t only copy the name, but also butchered the logo by photoshopping some vegetables into it! (@mhijazi / Twitter via puls 961 )

 

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