A relative of Mahdi Youssef al-Moqdad, who was killed from a bomb placed on a bus on Sunday, weeps during his funeral procession in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. On Sunday, a bomb placed on the bus ferrying Lebanese pilgrims around Shiite holy sites in Damascus exploded Sunday, killing at least seven people, according to Syrian activists and Lebanese media, underscoring the sectarian nature of Syria's four-year war. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Lebanon POW: 29 January – 4 February

You’ve faced horrors in these past weeks… I don’t know which is worse. The terror you feel the first time you witness such things, or the numbness that comes after it starts to become ordinary. ― Tasha Alexander.

A relative of Mahdi Youssef al-Moqdad, who was killed from a bomb placed on a bus on Sunday, weeps during his funeral procession in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. On Sunday, a bomb placed on the bus ferrying Lebanese pilgrims around Shiite holy sites in Damascus exploded Sunday, killing at least seven people, according to Syrian activists and Lebanese media, underscoring the sectarian nature of Syria's four-year war. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

A relative of Mahdi Youssef al-Moqdad, who was killed from a bomb placed on a bus on Sunday, weeps during his funeral procession in the southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. On Sunday, a bomb placed on the bus ferrying Lebanese pilgrims around Shiite holy sites in Damascus exploded Sunday, killing at least seven people, according to Syrian activists and Lebanese media, underscoring the sectarian nature of Syria’s four-year war. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Shiite clerics pray next to the coffin of Sheikh Mahdi Meqdad, who was killed in a bombing in Syria a day earlier, during the funeral in southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. Media reports said Sheikh Meqdad, along with at least eight Lebanese Shiite pilgrims, were killed on 01 February when a bomb hit their bus in Damascus. Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate the al-Nusra Front said one of its members had carried out a suicide attack on the bus 'in revenge for our Sunni brothers in both Syria and Lebanon.' (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Shiite clerics pray next to the coffin of Sheikh Mahdi Meqdad, who was killed in a bombing in Syria a day earlier, during the funeral in southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. Media reports said Sheikh Meqdad, along with at least eight Lebanese Shiite pilgrims, were killed on 01 February when a bomb hit their bus in Damascus. Syrian al-Qaeda affiliate the al-Nusra Front said one of its members had carried out a suicide attack on the bus ‘in revenge for our Sunni brothers in both Syria and Lebanon.’ (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

A Lebanese tour bus lays destroyed after a bomb attack, in Damascus, Syria, Sunday. A bomb placed on the bus ferrying Lebanese pilgrims around Shiite holy sites in Damascus exploded Sunday, killing at least seven people, according to Syrian activists and Lebanese media, underscoring the sectarian nature of Syria's four-year war. (SANA)

A Lebanese tour bus lays destroyed after a bomb attack, in Damascus, Syria, Sunday. A bomb placed on the bus ferrying Lebanese pilgrims around Shiite holy sites in Damascus exploded Sunday, killing at least seven people, according to Syrian activists and Lebanese media, underscoring the sectarian nature of Syria’s four-year war. (SANA)

Supporters of Lebanese prisoner in France, Georges Ibrahim Abdullah, carry his pictures and shout slogans against French Government during a protest calling for his release, in front the French embassy in Beirut. Abdullah has been in prison for 30 years, serving a life sentence for complicity in the deaths of a US military attaché, Charles R. Ray, 18 January 1982, Yacov Barsimantov, second secretary in charge of political affairs at the Israeli embassy in Paris 03 April 1982, and the attempted assassination of American consul in Strasbourg Robert O. Homme 26 March 1984. His orginal case was controversial and has been eligible for parole since 1999. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Supporters of Lebanese prisoner in France, Georges Ibrahim Abdullah, carry his pictures and shout slogans against French Government during a protest calling for his release, in front the French embassy in Beirut. Abdullah has been in prison for 30 years, serving a life sentence for complicity in the deaths of a US military attachachee, Charles R. Ray, 18 January 1982, Yacov Barsimantov, second secretary in charge of political affairs at the Israeli embassy in Paris 03 April 1982, and the attempted assassination of American consul in Strasbourg Robert O. Homme 26 March 1984. His orginal case was controversial and has been eligible for parole since 1999. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah cheer as he appears on a screen at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on January 18, in Beirut's southern suburbs. Nasrallah said on Friday his group did not want war with Israel but was ready for one and had the right to respond to Israeli "aggression" in any time and place. The words on the woman's hand reads in Arabic: "Begin the score". (Khalil Hassan / REUTERS)

Supporters of Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah cheer as he appears on a screen at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on January 18, in Beirut’s southern suburbs. Nasrallah said on Friday his group did not want war with Israel but was ready for one and had the right to respond to Israeli “aggression” in any time and place. The words on the woman’s hand reads in Arabic: “Begin the score”. (Khalil Hassan / REUTERS)

A woman carries a walkie-talkie as Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah appears on a screen to speak at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on January 18, in Beirut's southern suburbs. Nasrallah said on Friday his group did not want war with Israel but was ready for one and had the right to respond to Israeli "aggression" in any time and place. (Khalil Hassan / REUTERS)

A woman carries a walkie-talkie as Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah appears on a screen to speak at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on January 18, in Beirut’s southern suburbs. Nasrallah said on Friday his group did not want war with Israel but was ready for one and had the right to respond to Israeli “aggression” in any time and place. (Khalil Hassan / REUTERS)

A fire broke out on Tuesday inside a wood factory at the industrial district of Dekwaneh, as workers jumped from windows to escape the blaze. 10 people were reported wounded, with injuries ranging from suffocation, fractures and burns, while one worker remained missing. Civil Defense members rushed to the scene and managed to put out the blaze, preventing it from reaching lower floors.  (Bashir Bou Raffoul)

A fire broke out on Tuesday inside a wood factory at the industrial district of Dekwaneh, as workers jumped from windows to escape the blaze. 10 people were reported wounded, with injuries ranging from suffocation, fractures and burns, while one worker remained missing. Civil Defense members rushed to the scene and managed to put out the blaze, preventing it from reaching lower floors. (Bashir Bou Raffoul)

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