As I was digging everywhere to find almost every positive photo that has been taken this week, I couldn’t but to publish what has been happening in Tripoli, north of Lebanon, which miraculously ended in a weird situation, like almost everything in this country.
But, even in these dark moments that Lebanese live in, there is always some nice moments that, perhaps didn’t have the right media spotlight to talk about them more and more.
A Lebanese army soldier holds his weapon after being deployed to tighten security, following clashes between Lebanese soldiers and Islamist gunmen in Tripoli. Guns fell silent in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on Monday after two days of deadly battles between the army and Islamist gunmen, some of the worst fighting to spill over into Lebanon from Syria’s civil war next door. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS) A Lebanese member of the press helps a child flee fighting as the Lebanese army clashes with Sunni militants, Tripoli. (ADEL KARROUM / EPA) Soldiers help civilians evacuate as the Lebanese army clashes with Sunni militants, Tripoli. (ADEL KARROUM / EPA) Lebanese army soldiers help evacuate civilians during clashes with Islamist gunmen in the historic market of the northern city of Tripoli. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP) Residents walk past a bus damaged in clashes between Lebanese soldiers and Islamist gunmen in Tripoli. The Lebanese army took the last position held by Islamist militants in the northern city of Tripoli on Monday. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS) A Model of the word “Allah” has been hit with several bullets in Beib El-Tebanneh area, during the armed clashes that occurred in Tripoli this week. (Ali Mohamad) A man arranges metal tubes that are part of a Sobia, a diesel heater, prior to winter season in Sidon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS) Medical waste found in the sandy bottom of the sea in Saida along with plastic waste. (Mohamad elSarji / Al-Akhbar) Lebanon now holds the record for the longest Sandwich of falafel, with 45.20 meters, beating the Jordanian record 40 meters long. The credit goes to the club and the villagers of Jdeidé town in Akkar. (NNA). A mime and a kid with a bike helmet appears in a photo taken from the autumn festival “Discover Abd El – Wahab”, in Sodeco square, Beirut. (Ali Alloush / Almodon) A banner showing Imam Hussein is seen beside a poster of Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, ahead of Ashura in Ghaziyeh, south Lebanon. Ashura, which will be marked in Lebanon from Sunday, is a 10-day-long event where Shi’ite Muslims commemorate the death of Prophet Mohammad’s grandson Imam Hussein in battle in 680AD. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)