Three teenagers in Hasbayah eating icecream during the Adha Eid. (Ali Allouch / Almodon)

Lebanon POW: 2 – 8 October

From the best of what has happened in Lebanon during this past week, from the Lebanese borders between Israel (Occupied Palestine) to Syria, with of course some amazing photos taken during Adha.

Welcome to a new post by POW, where the most beautiful photos meet in one place to please your eyes.

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Lebanese Muslims gather near their luggage at Raffic Hariri International Airport as they head to perform the annual hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

Lebanon POW: 25Sept – 1Oct

They say that the best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart, sometimes loving your own country is similar.

No matter what, Lebanon especially by its political system can’t give you the care or love you need, but Lebanon as a country just gives you the vibe of that love.

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Lebanese soldiers mourn at the coffin of their comrade Ali Ahmed Hammadi al-Kharrat, who was killed by a roadside bomb near the border town of Arsal, during his funeral in Sidon. Two Lebanese soldiers were killed by the roadside bomb on Friday near the border town of Arsal, security sources said, the first such attack since Islamist militants from Syria staged an incursion there last month in the worst spillover to date of the Syrian civil war into Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)

Lebanon POW: 18 – 24 Sept

“If you’re reading this .. Congratulations, you’re alive. If that’s not something to smile about, then I don’t know what is”, maybe that could summarize the situation in Lebanon these days or at least what every person on lebanon is feeling.

But apart from that, it is always nice to look for some positive moment, or a bit of “hope moments” that appears maybe in the darkest days.

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From the latest ATCL nautical show in Tyre that lasted for two days. (Gaby Reaidy)

Lebanon POW: 11 – 17 September

From the best of what has been happening during this week, POW brings you the best photos for you to enjoy and why not to share it also, by hopefully sharing with it the caption or the name of the photographer who put an effort to take that picture.

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A Lebanese Sunni armed woman carries a machine gun during the funeral procession of Sgt. Ali Sayid who was beheaded by Islamic militants, at his home town in Fnaydek, Akkar north Lebanon. Sayid went missing around the same time that some two dozen soldiers and police were seized by militants from Syria who overran the border town of Arsal for several days last month. The incursion was the most serious spillover yet of the Syrian civil war and escalated tensions in Lebanon, which is bitterly split over the conflict. (Hussein Malla / AP)

Lebanon POW: 4 – 10 September

John F. Kennedy once said “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”, sometimes you look at this quote and really wonder what can your country really do for you, especially in Lebanon.

But the essential thing, is we should always try to see what we, as individual, can do for our country, at least to make it better until this grey cloud, well more as a long storm above our heads.

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