A Syrian child stands in the snow in a refugee camp in the town of Arsal in the Lebanese Bekaa valley. Thousands of Syrian refugees living in makeshift camps in Lebanon were weathered a winter storm that brought snow, rain and freezing temperatures to the country. (AFP)

Lebanon POW 12-18 Dec

Is there really something called Christmas spirit, or is it just our love for life that drive our daily lives?

In this week’s POW, the determination that Lebanese people have to overcome the obstacles they have is something amazing that not too many countries have it.

Taking a look at the amazing decoration for the holiday season in different cities and regions is something very joyful and heartwarming.

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International POW 10 – 16 Dec

This week looks like an international storm week, with weather storms hitting the US, London and also the middle east, and a political storm hitting south of Africa and Ukraine at the same time.

Just before you start taking a look at this week INTERNATIONAL POW, I want you to also check the previous post also related to the storm entitled That is not snow over Egypt’s pyramids!.

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That ain’t right: snow over Egypt’s pyramids!

WOOW, for the first time in 112 years, snow/hail has fallen across Egypt.

This news as unbelievable as it might sounds, is totally true. Hundreds of photos were shared over all social media platforms to share the love of having snow in what is known as desert land, which according to The Weather Channel, “given its desert climate, precipitation of any kind is a rarity in Cairo. The city averages less than an inch of rain each year.”

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The "Beirut International Book Exhibition" opened its door this week. The 57 edition of this exhibit will be showing books from 210 local and international publishing houses. (Bilal Jawich/Anadolu ajansi)

Lebanon POW 5 – 11 Dec

After numerous notices about the ALEXA that will hit Lebanon this week, a person cannot but to pray for the refugee coming from Syria trying to find a shelter for them in either Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey.

With this cold weather, a big number of initiative started to help those refugee, with at least a goal to supply good winter clothe to everyone in need.

That’s why, I want to dedicate this post, to ask each one of you who can spare some clothes, to contact POW, or me directly, and if you are in Beirut or near Beirut, I can come personally to pick up the boxes.

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