In this week’s Lebanese POW, I tended to move a bit away from the bad news that was happening mainly about explosions and rockets here and there, and trying to focus more on the bright things happening.

In addition to the photos, 2 youtube videos has been added at the end, don’t forget to share what you think about those two also in the comment section.

A fly sitting on the microphone just before “Al-Kataeb” start their press conference. (Hasan Shaaban)
A fly sitting on the microphone just before “Al-Kataeb” start their press conference. (Hasan Shaaban)
A woman lights a candle during a candlelight vigil making the third anniversary of the Syrian uprising in the Lebanese capital Beirut. Syria’s conflict entered its fourth year on March 11, 2014, ravaging the country and creating a massive humanitarian crisis. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)
A woman lights a candle during a candlelight vigil making the third anniversary of the Syrian uprising in the Lebanese capital Beirut. Syria’s conflict entered its fourth year on March 11, 2014, ravaging the country and creating a massive humanitarian crisis. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)
Israeli soldiers on high alert seen at the Israeli-Lebanon border near Har Dov, northern. According to an Israeli army report, an Israeli military patrolling jeep was damaged by explosive devices that detonated at the Israeli-Lebanon border as it was patrolling next to Shebaa Farms, near the border with Lebanon. Three Israeli soldiers were reportedly taken to the Ziv Medical Center. Israeli artillery targeted Hezbollah outposts within Lebanese territory in response. (ATEF SAFADI/EPA)
Israeli soldiers on high alert seen at the Israeli-Lebanon border near Har Dov, northern. According to an Israeli army report, an Israeli military patrolling jeep was damaged by explosive devices that detonated at the Israeli-Lebanon border as it was patrolling next to Shebaa Farms, near the border with Lebanon. Three Israeli soldiers were reportedly taken to the Ziv Medical Center. Israeli artillery targeted Hezbollah outposts within Lebanese territory in response. (ATEF SAFADI/EPA)
Smoke rises from a fire after gunmen from Jabal Mohsen fire a rocket-propelled grenade during clashes with gunmen from Bab al-Tebbaneh in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. Two people were killed, including a 10-year-old girl, in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, the day before, in fighting linked to tensions over the war in neighbouring Syria, a security official said. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP)
Smoke rises from a fire after gunmen from Jabal Mohsen fire a rocket-propelled grenade during clashes with gunmen from Bab al-Tebbaneh in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. Two people were killed, including a 10-year-old girl, in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, the day before, in fighting linked to tensions over the war in neighbouring Syria, a security official said. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP)
Tripoli Cosmetics Shop Announces Closure, Blames It On Politicians.
Lebanese women check the damage in the village of Kfar Kila in southern Lebanon, near the Lebanon-Israel border after it was shelled by an Israeli strike the previous night. Israel said it shelled a position belonging to the Hezbollah inside Lebanon, in response to a blast targeting its troops along the border. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT/AFP)
Lebanese women check the damage in the village of Kfar Kila in southern Lebanon, near the Lebanon-Israel border after it was shelled by an Israeli strike the previous night. Israel said it shelled a position belonging to the Hezbollah inside Lebanon, in response to a blast targeting its troops along the border. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT/AFP)
A picture taken late on March 16, 2014 shows Lebanese security forces inspecting the site of a suicide car bomb attack in the village of Al-Nabi Othman, near the Syrian border. The attack killed at least four people in the Hezbollah-dominated area in the Bekaa Valley and was claimed by the extremist Sunni Muslim group Liwa Ahrar al-Sunna. (AFP)
A picture taken late on March 16, 2014 shows Lebanese security forces inspecting the site of a suicide car bomb attack in the village of Al-Nabi Othman, near the Syrian border. The attack killed at least four people in the Hezbollah-dominated area in the Bekaa Valley and was claimed by the extremist Sunni Muslim group Liwa Ahrar al-Sunna. (AFP)
Lebanon’s Hezbollah members carry the coffin of their comrade Ahmad Ali Deeb, who was killed in the recent battles in Yabroud, Syria, during his funeral in Tyre city, southern Lebanon. Syrian forces backed by Hezbollah militants took full control of the town of Yabroud on Sunday after driving out rebels, helping President Bashar al-Assad secure the land route linking the capital Damascus to Aleppo and the Mediterranean coast. (Haidar Hawila/Reuters)
Lebanon’s Hezbollah members carry the coffin of their comrade Ahmad Ali Deeb, who was killed in the recent battles in Yabroud, Syria, during his funeral in Tyre city, southern Lebanon. Syrian forces backed by Hezbollah militants took full control of the town of Yabroud on Sunday after driving out rebels, helping President Bashar al-Assad secure the land route linking the capital Damascus to Aleppo and the Mediterranean coast. (Haidar Hawila/Reuters)
A Lebanese girl holds portraits of Hassan Nasrallah (L), the head of Hezbollah, and Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad during a protest near Lebanon’s southern village of Marjayoun in support of the Syrian regime and to celebrate the Syrian army and Hezbollah fighters capture of Syria’s rebel bastion of Yabrud. Yabrud is a strategic prize because of its proximity to the highway and the Lebanese border, across which rebels have smuggled fighters and weapons. (ALI DIA/AFP)
A Lebanese girl holds portraits of Hassan Nasrallah (L), the head of Hezbollah, and Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad during a protest near Lebanon’s southern village of Marjayoun in support of the Syrian regime and to celebrate the Syrian army and Hezbollah fighters capture of Syria’s rebel bastion of Yabrud. Yabrud is a strategic prize because of its proximity to the highway and the Lebanese border, across which rebels have smuggled fighters and weapons. (ALI DIA/AFP)
Guinness World Records: Congratulations to Lebanon’s Rima Njeim: Longest marathon hosting a radio talk show. (twitter)
Guinness World Records: Congratulations to Lebanon’s Rima Njeim: Longest marathon hosting a radio talk show. (twitter)
Minister of interior and municipalities Nouhad Machnouk rubbing his eyes during deliberations over the Cabinet’s policy statement, with the government certain to win a sweeping majority of the vote of confidence. (Hussein Baydoun)
Minister of interior and municipalities Nouhad Machnouk rubbing his eyes during deliberations over the Cabinet’s policy statement, with the government certain to win a sweeping majority of the vote of confidence. (Hussein Baydoun)
Instead of a 100 days of snow season, the sky this year just offered enough snow to last for approximately 4 days. (Ali Allouch/Al-modon)
Instead of a 100 days of snow season, the sky this year just offered enough snow to last for approximately 4 days. (Ali Allouch/Al-modon)
March 14’s leaders urged Hezbollah once again to withdraw from the Syrian conflict and called for unity among the bloc’s ranks in the coming presidential election, in a ceremony marking the ninth anniversary of the “Cedar Revolution.” (Nabil Ismail/Almustaqbal)

 

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i2Fynh3Nwo

Pharrell Williams – Happy (Lebanon Version)

httpv://youtu.be/uvc6hfoJutw

#LebaneseSelfie – RadioOneLeb

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5 Comments

  • Maya Misha, March 19, 2014 @ 9:11 pm

    Amigo, i guess there are no links for the videos..

  • Ghazayel, March 19, 2014 @ 9:17 pm

    problem fixed 🙂

  • Maya Misha, March 19, 2014 @ 9:26 pm

    Great! Thanks dear :]

  • Ghazayel, March 19, 2014 @ 9:30 pm

    no thank you 🙂

  • Maya Misha, March 19, 2014 @ 9:33 pm

    You’re the best!

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