In this version of
POW, we have to say that there has been a certain accident that was negative which is the death of the protester in front of the Iranian embassy, never the less also what shows in the first photo, the remembrance of the four judges who were killed and yet the killer still out there.
On the other side, we can’t but to congratulate the internal security forces for their 152 anniversary, hope that future years will be having more security from the current days we are living.
Now, yalla, to the photos 🙂
The Juridical body remembered the fourth anniversary of the assassination of four judges inside the court in Sidon, they are: Hassan Osman, Assem Abu Daher, Imad Shehab, Walid Harmoush in 1999. (Raafat Naim / Almustaqbal)
A Lebanese customs official displays seized material at Beirut Port, after three employees of Lebanon’s Customs Department were charged with embezzlement and bribery . (Mohammad Azakir / The Daily Star)
An explosives expert checks a suspicious vehicle near the Pigeon rocks in Beirut, and later on turned out to be a false alarm . (Hasan Shaaban / The Daily Star)
A roadside bomb exploded in the Bekaa Valley and targeted two vans, which some security sources said were transporting Hezbollah fighters into Syria. (Samer Alhusayne / Assafir)
On the occasion of “World Day of archive”, The minister of culture in the caretaker government Gaby Layon checked the temporary warehouses and operator of the National Library in Port of Beirut, which opened its door to visitors. (Dalati Nohra)
On the occasion of the Internal Security Forces 152 anniversary, Miss Lebanon Reina Shibani and her twin sister Romy Shibani distributed flyers and brochures on passing by citizens. (Ali Mhamad / Almustaqbal)
Syrians and Lebanese wave the Syrian flag (FSA flag) as they gather in the main sports stadium in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon after being invited by the “islamic group – Aljamaa alIslamiya” entitled “free people support the army rebels” referring to the FSA. (Stringer)
One protester was killed and several were injured outside the Iranian Embassy in the Lebanese capital as protesters prepared to demonstrate against Hezbollah’s military intervention in neighboring Syria. (Stringer)
People removing piles of sandbags and tires from areas separating the embattled Tripoli neighborhood of Jabal Mohsen from its rival, Bab al-Tabbaneh, amid hopes that the latest outbreak of violence was finally drawing to an end. (Annahar)
A man watching a demonstration to protest against the involvement of the Shiite movement Hezbollah in fighting in Syria on the Marty’s square in the Lebanese capital Beirut, organized by Saleh El Machnouk (Twitter)