Flames rise from burning cars at the site of a car bomb that targeted Beirut’s southern suburb of Haret Hreik. A large car bomb killed five people and wounded at least 20 in south Beirut. (Stringer/AFP)

Lebanon POW 2 -8 Jan 2014

There is few moments that passes in life where we just feel that we need to shed some tears, to relax, to let it all out. but with no matter how much we want to express our self, there will always something waiting for us right behind the corner, waiting for us to stop us from expressing our self.

So whenever we see someone laughing we laugh, whenever someone is crying we cry. in our own way to blend in, we let those suppressed feelings to show up.

And maybe in Lebanon, this is what we need more often, to relax, to really express what we feel, and not just hide it infront of the others.

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The sister of Ali Khadra (R), a young man that was killed by a car bomb explosion that occurred on Thursday, reacts during his funeral in Beirut’s southern suburbs .(HASAN SHAABAN/Reuters)

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International POW 31Dec 2013 – 6jan 2014

Here we are, crossing into a new year, the 2014, but one thing for sure is that the world won’t stop turning, and events all around the world won’t stop from happening, whether it was a good thing or a bad thing.

But at least, there will be amazing photos out there to bring them down in POW.

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Int. POW 20 – 26 August 2013

I think this week can be also one of the most dramatic weeks during the past year, with fire blazing inside the forest, explosions in Lebanon, Syria alleged chemical weapon. In addition to the unrest egyptian status.

Don’t get too much stressed with those photos, Go back to previous posts to check more joyful photos. 🙂

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That ain’t right: burned bodies in Tripoli

Marcel Ghanem, a lebanese TV presenter in Kalam Ennass, has shown tonight a photo of burned bodies from Cairo, claiming that it was taken in Tripoli, Lebanon after the deadly explosions which hit the city. Ghanem added :”the photo was sent to us by Dr. Ahmad El Ayoubi (our guest) and it shows how the human being can turn into a charred body in Lebanon, these photos are taken from today’s massacre, and this massacre cannot but drive us into feelings of anger, tears, and revolution, people have all the right to be indignant with us and with the politicians; and the media has to question: tomorrow where to?!”.

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