Lebanon POW 22 – 28 May

Welcome to a new POW post, check out the hand picked photos taken this week, from the presidential palace, to the syrian presidential election, without forgetting the small trip to Palestine.

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Lebanon POW 15 – 21 May

A tour with images that can take you through all the good things that we witnessed last week in Lebanon, without forgetting the odd things from the political side till the “agricultural” side.

Welcome to another amazing post of Lebanese POW.

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Lebanon POW 1-7 May

Is Sethrida Geagea stealing the lights of the presidential elections? or is she is just doing it to Lebanese POW post?

On both sides, she has her touch on the political scene, from a certain angle, that no one can deny.

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Lebanon POW 24-30 April

In this week’s post, you will probably notice that, yes, there is 5 pictures showing the Lebanese flag, and yes, in different places of the world also, the first one taken from the Vatican, 2 photos from the protest in downtown Beirut, 1 inside the sport stadium, and another inside Beirut airport.

It was nice to see the Lebanese flag this week in places other than political rallies and burning tires scene.

What do you think about it, are we heading to a better future?

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Lebanon POW 23 – 29 Jan 2014

As the Syrian crisis gets older day by day, the relation between what is happening in Syria and i’s impact in Lebanon is getting more clear.

The fear of explosions and clashes in Beirut and other cities is spreading like fire, and the Lebanese people can only watch to what is happening without having the proper power to stand in-front of what is happening.

But maybe the only way to survive such crisis remain the search for smiles and positive moments during our daily lives.

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