Merry Christmas everyone!

Maybe it’s a coincidence that Lebanon POW is today, to make you smile a bit .. maybe 🙂

As you will witness, this week,  less dramatic photos have appeared, and of course more festive photos are included.. HO HO HO.

Two Lebanese women wearing Santa Claus outfits and waving their national flag water ski during a show in the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon. (PATRICK BAZ/AFP)
Two Lebanese women wearing Santa Claus outfits and waving their national flag water ski during a show in the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon. (PATRICK BAZ/AFP)
Lebanese dressed as Santa Claus celebrate Christmas in Jieh village, south of Beirut. (Sharif Karim/Reuters)
A muslim Veiled woman buying christmas toys in front of a church  (The Daily Star)
Female supporters of Hezbollah wave the movement's flag as they watch its chief Hassan Nasrallah, giving a televised speech after the murder of a top member of the movement, Hassan Hawlo al-Lakiss, in Beirut. Nasrallah warned that his Lebanese Shiite movement will 'punish' Israel for the killing of a top leader earlier this month. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)
Female supporters of Hezbollah wave the movement’s flag as they watch its chief Hassan Nasrallah, giving a televised speech after the murder of a top member of the movement, Hassan Hawlo al-Lakiss, in Beirut. Nasrallah warned that his Lebanese Shiite movement will ‘punish’ Israel for the killing of a top leader earlier this month. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)
Fatima Khan, mother of the British victim Dr. Abbas Khan, 32, who died in mysterious circumstances in a Syrian jail, is assisted upon her arrival with her son Afrozi Khan (R) at Hotel Dieu hospital in Beirut, where the body of her son Abbas Khan arrives from Damascus by to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). The Syrian government delivered the body to the Red Cross. Abbas Khan, 32, was found dead in his prison cell this week, days before he was due to be released. The Syrian government said he committed suicide, a scenario his family rejected, saying he had been overjoyed at being freed after 13 months in prison. (NABIL MOUNZER/EFE, EPA)
Fatima Khan, mother of the British victim Dr. Abbas Khan, 32, who died in mysterious circumstances in a Syrian jail, is assisted upon her arrival with her son Afrozi Khan (R) at Hotel Dieu hospital in Beirut, where the body of her son Abbas Khan arrives from Damascus by to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). The Syrian government delivered the body to the Red Cross. Abbas Khan, 32, was found dead in his prison cell this week, days before he was due to be released. The Syrian government said he committed suicide, a scenario his family rejected, saying he had been overjoyed at being freed after 13 months in prison. (NABIL MOUNZER/EFE, EPA)
Move over, Google Glass. Soulaiman Itani, a Lebanese entrepreneur and his co-founder have just debuted a pair of wearable glasses that displays augmented reality in three dimensions as opposed to Google’s two.(Wamda)
Kan Ya Ma Kan, the latest theatrical creation by the Caracalla Dance Theatre is a musical and balletic trilogy with the first act performed to the acclaimed music of Scheherazade by Rimsky Korsakov – The second act at the bazar of extraordinary tales from the sands of time of a Thousand and One Nights to the timeless composition of Ravel’s Bolero – and the final part of the performance a return to Folklore and our traditional roots, with the participation of the most famous star cast of great voices and actors from Lebanon. Choreography Alissar Caracalla – Directed by Ivan Caracalla. (Nabil Ismail/Facebook)
Kan Ya Ma Kan, the latest theatrical creation by the Caracalla Dance Theatre is a musical and balletic trilogy with the first act performed to the acclaimed music of Scheherazade by Rimsky Korsakov – The second act at the bazar of extraordinary tales from the sands of time of a Thousand and One Nights to the timeless composition of Ravel’s Bolero – and the final part of the performance a return to Folklore and our traditional roots, with the participation of the most famous star cast of great voices and actors from Lebanon. Choreography Alissar Caracalla – Directed by Ivan Caracalla. (Nabil Ismail/Facebook)
The annual movement of Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut has hit an unprecedented record since its foundation, as the number of passengers exceeded a 6 million. (NNA)
The annual movement of Rafic Hariri International Airport in Beirut has hit an unprecedented record since its foundation, as the number of passengers exceeded a 6 million. (NNA)
The LAF had controlled the situation in the Western Bekaa town of Sawiri, when clashes renewed on the backdrop of a personal dispute over traffic priority, during which two Sunni citizens from al-Janbayn family were killed by Shiite gunmen from the Shouman family, and 5 houses for the Shouman Family were burned. (Ahmad Kamouni/Almustaqbal)
Caretaker Interior and Municipalities Minister, Brigadier Marwan Charbel, honors a porter working (could be named Nour) at Rafik Hariri International Airport who found an amount of 10,000 USD at the Airport’s Arrival Hall and handed the sum to the Internal Security Forces bureau, who in-turn returned the money to its owner. (Mostafa Jamal Eddine/Assafir)
Caretaker Interior and Municipalities Minister, Brigadier Marwan Charbel, honors a porter working (could be named Nour) at Rafik Hariri International Airport who found an amount of 10,000 USD at the Airport’s Arrival Hall and handed the sum to the Internal Security Forces bureau, who in-turn returned the money to its owner. (Mostafa Jamal Eddine/Assafir)
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