The Lebanese army managed this week to put an end to the armed battles in Arsal, eastern Bekaa, but the war with those terrorists still didn’t have a closure, while some soldiers are still in captivity.
And Lebanese, despite of whatever is happening around him, he still find a way to entertain it self, with musical concert, or just by clapping hard for his political idol.
In conclusion, these are the best photos selected for you delicately, so you can enjoy seeing it one by one.
Lebanese army soldiers carry the coffin of Lieutenant Colonel Dany Harb, who was killed during fighting between Lebanese army soldiers and Islamist militants in Arsal, during his funeral in Beirut. (Sharif Karim / REUTERS) Christian children lie on the floor with mock blood as the Saint Georges Assyrian Church hold a public demonstration commemorating Assyrian Martyr Day in Beirut’s Fanar district. It honored ‘the 2,000 years of massacres’ undergone by the Assyrians, from 330 AD to 2014, making particular reference to the genocide under the Ottoman Empire in 1915 and the current expulsion of Christians from Iraq under Sunni jihadist from the Islamic State (IS). (Maya Hautefeuille / AFP) Palestinian children, living in Lebanon, wave their national flags and carry balloons to express solidarity with the Palestinian children living in Gaza, in Maroun Al Ras village in southern Lebanon, near the border between Lebanon and Israel. (Ali Hashisho / Reuters) Syrian refugees, fleeing the recent fighting in Arsal, wait by trucks in Majdel Anjar in the Bekaa valley, near the Lebanese border with Syria. The refugees, who had sought shelter in Arsal, were attempting to head back to Syria; however, they say Syrian authorities at the border rejected them until further investigation to verify their identities and statuses. (Hassan Abdallah / REUTERS) People gather amid damage and the remains of tents for Syrian refugees that were burnt in the fighting between Lebanese army soldiers and Islamist militants in the Sunni Muslim border town of Arsal, eastern Bekaa. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS) Lebanese soldiers and Red Cross members inspect a car wreck in Tripoli. A bomb exploded in the Lebanese city of Tripoli on Wednesday, killing one person and wounding seven others. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS) Former Lebanese prime minister Saad al-Hariri (C), surrounded by his bodyguards, leaves the government’s headquarters in Beirut. He arrived back in Lebanon for the first time in three years. (Georges Farah / REUTERS) Security guards responsible for the safety of Prime Minister Tammam Salam attacked journalists and photographers in front of Dar al-Fatwa, following the election of Lebanon’s new Sunni Grand Mufti, several were injured. (Joseph Barrak) Newly appointed grand mufti Sheikh Abed el-Lateef Daryan gestures during a ceremony for his appointment in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS) Crowds at Beirut New waterfront wait for famous singer/song-writer Ziad Rahbani to take the stage in Beirut. (Marwan Tahtah / Al-akhbar) Security reinforcements in front of the Ministry of Education during a protest done by teachers demanding for a raise of wages. (Richard Sammour / Aljoumhouria)