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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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)
A Syrian child stands behind a tent 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)
Sacks of bread and other relief material are prepared ready for transportation to Syrian refugees encamped in 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. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP)
3 Lebanese organisations gather more than 3750 people to donate their personal belongings and clothe to the refugees coming from Syria (Ali Majed/Anadolu Ajansi)
Lebanese army soldiers stand next to the wreckage of a van following an explosion in the village of Sbouba east of Baalbek in Lebanon’s Bekaa valley. A car exploded near a Hezbollah checkpoint in eastern Lebanon early in the morning, causing both deaths and injuries, a security source told AFP on condition of anonymity. (AFP)
Dead small toothed sand tiger sharks lie on the ground at a fishmonger’s stall in the coastal city of Tyre, southern Lebanon. Nine sharks, weighing up to 50kg each, were caught in Tyre, according to local fishermen, who believe they were brought to the coastal waters by Storm Alexa, which swept the eastern Mediterranean this week. (AFP)
Lebanon Team members, coaches, administrative waving with victory signs celebrating their achievement in qualifying for Western Asia futsal cup. (Al-akhbar)
The Lebanese artist Maya Diab attended a dinner hosted by Le Voyageur Jewelry which launched its new collection. Diab was also selected as ambassador of Voyageur jewelry.
A Christmas tree decorated with the names of the two mosques in Tripoli, Lebanon “TAKWA” & “SALAM” which witness two explosions few month ago. (Sara Assaf/Facebook)
Lebanese families surround the giant Christmas tree during its lighting ceremony in front of the Al-Amin mosque in Beirut, Lebanon. Beirut is one of the most religiously diverse cities of the Middle East with big Christians and Muslim communities. (NABIL MOUNZER/EFE, EPA)
Zahle Christmas Decoration (Georgese hahoud/Zahle Christmas Decoration (زحلة نوّرت) )
Christmas decorations are seen at the Lebanese historical coastal city of Byblos. Pope Francis II said via Twitter ‘ We cannot resign ourselves to think of a Middle Eat without Christians. Let us pray every day for peace. (Ibrahim El Khalil)
Traffic moves under Christmas decoration in the Christian suburb of Dikweneh on the eastern outskirts of the Lebanese capital Beirut. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)