Happy Ramadan/Ramadan Moubarak to all the Muslims around the world, and may good thoughts colonize their mind forever 🙂
saying that, welcome back to this week Lebanese POW.
Just few days ago, my dear friend Maya who is helping me with the Lebanese POW, was just telling me that there isn’t that good pictures this week. and yesterday everyone saw what happened in Beirut suburbs, yes it was a horrible accident, but don’t worry, our eyes were there to gather the best photos that spread around the media.
One more thing before I leave you with the photos, did you know that we in Lebanese have something called “The National Tabbouleh Day”? check the winner below 🙂
First Taraweeh prayers on the first day of Ramadan inside a mosque in the city of Sidon. (Ratib Al Safadi/Anadolu Ajansi)
The cresent of Ramadan in its first days. (Adnan Hajj Ali/Facebook)
Firefighters and residents gather at the site of an explosion in Beirut’s southern suburb neighborhood of Bir al-Abed. A car bomb rocked Beirut’s southern suburbs, stronghold of Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah movement, wounding 53 people. (AFP)
Residents stop a suspect near the site of an explosion in Beirut’s southern suburb neighborhood of Bir al-Abed, A car bomb rocked Beirut’s southern suburbs, stronghold of Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah movement, wounding 53 people. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)
Placards against the U.S. are placed by residents on top of damaged cars at the site of the explosion that occurred in Beirut’s southern suburbs. The placard reads: “To prevent a return to civil war, America stay away from Lebanon. (Issam Kobeisi/REUTERS)
Angry residents assaulted Minister Charbel when he was leaving the blast scene in Bir elAbed, Beirut, prompting Hezbollah members to open fire in the air to disperse protesters (Annahar, MTV)
Global Finalist Jad Ballout of Lebanon in action during the bartending challenges of day 2 of the DIAGEO RESERVE WORLD CLASS Global Final in Monte Carlo, Monaco. ( Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
A supporter of Lebanese radical cleric Ahmad al-Assir holds a poster of Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker who supports the cleric as they demonstrate after Friday prayers in the Abra district of the southern Lebanese city of Sidon. Assir, a radical Salafi on the run since deadly clashes between his forces and the country’s army last month, urged his supporters to turn out to a Friday rally. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)
A mesmerizing night in Beiteddine this week with Kazim el Saher singing his best songs. (Nabil Ismail/Facebook)
continuing its regional meetings, that aims at easing the sectarian congestion and solidarity with the people of the city, 14March held a big meeting in Majdelyoum, Saida, entitled: “solidarity of lives in the south is a national common responsibility – Saida in the heart”, in which 14 march members attended in addition to 170 city figures and representatives of the civil society organizations and the civil society. (Aljoumhouria)
Jamileh Nohra won first place in a tabbouleh competition at Souk el-Tayeb, a farmers’ market at Beirut’s new waterfront. Souk organizers hosted the competition in honor of National Tabbouleh Day, which seeks to unite Lebanese-style tabbouleh lovers from all over the world. It is celebrated every year on the second Saturday of July. (Mohammad Azakir/The Daily Star)
a rare giant turtle which weight over 800 kg and height more than 2 m, was stuck in fishermen’s net in Tripoli near Palms island. (Hasan Alayoubi/Almustaqbal)