This week the Lebanese POW will be having a truly Lebanese tour, from the clashes in Tripoli, to Bekaa, and Beirut, and all the way to Tyre.And also, with sport related news that I wish you will enjoy taking a look at it.Lebanese army soldiers patrol a street in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli as the army deployed following clashes between supporters and opponents of Syria’s regime. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP)Coffee vendor hurries on his mopped as he passes by anti-sniper curtain bearing text reading in Arabic: ‘Danger of sniper’ in during clashes in Tripoli. The clashes have wounded at least 61 people, among them 12 members of the Lebanese army. (Ibrahim Chalhoub)The picture shows two men shot dead by a sniper in Tripoli.(Facebook)A man holds up a broken wooden structure in a burnt makeshift Syrian refugee camp after it was attacked by residents of the neighboring eastern Lebanese village of Qsar Naba near Zahle in the Bekaa valley. Residents of Qsar Naba forced hundreds of Syrian refugees from the informal campsite, setting fire to tents, after accusing them of raping a mentally-disabled man. But a doctor who examined the man said there was no evidence he was attacked, and one resident of the village said the alleged rape was a pretext to oust the refugees from the site. . (AFP/Stringer)Friends and family attend the funeral of Ali Rida Fuad Hajj Hassan, aged 22, the nephew of Lebanese Agriculture Minister and leading Hezbollah member Hussein Hajj Hassan, in Hawsh al-Nabi town of the Bekaa valley on. A nephew of Lebanon’s agriculture minister has been killed along with three other Hezbollah fighters in Syria’s Qalamoun region, a source close to the Shiite movement said the day before. (AFP/Stringer)Lebanon’s Hezbollah boy scouts carry a picture of Hezbollah commander Hassan al-Laqqis during his funeral in Baalbeck. Al-Laqqis, a Hezbollah commander who fought in Syria’s civil war was shot dead outside his home in Lebanon in an attack which the militant Shi’ite group blamed on Israel. Al-Laqqis was shot from close range by a silenced gun as he arrived home at around midnight in the Hadath district of Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir/REUTERS)Traffic backs up on highway next the airport on the outskirts of Beirut, due to flooding in a tunnel ahead following heavy rainfall. (AFP/ Stringer)In an effort to raise money to save the ancient and historical city of Tyre, French TV host Peri Cochin has teamed with Olivier Picasso, Pablo Picasso’s grandson , here posing with the painting entitled “L’Homme au Gibus” or “Man with Opera Hat” in New York, to create a lottery like none before. The UNESCO-registered charity has issued 50,000 tickets at 100 euros ($135) each for the first-of-its-kind tombola on December 18 at Sotheby’s in Paris, hoping to raise $5 million. It wants the money to develop a traditional handicraft village giving young people, women and the disabled jobs in Tyre and to set up an institute for Phoenician studies in Beirut. (Chris Goodney/Bloomberg)Players of the Stars Academy for Sports (SAS) futsal team pose for a team photo prior to a training session. They have faced family disapproval and a lack of resources, but a group of Lebanese women have created the country’s first female league for futsal, the faster, five-a-side variety of football. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)Lebanese Ayman Sayegh, one of the top 5 World open heavy weight ranking in muscle mania – Las vegas, United states.