Lebanon POW: 1 – 7 October

Nothing is very constant in Beirut. Certainly not dreams. But despair isn’t constant either. Beirut is a city to be loved and hated a thousand times a day. Every day. It is exhausting, but it is also beautiful. ― Nasri Atallah.

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Lebanon POW: 30 April – 6 May

Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I’m not perfect, and I don’t live to be, but before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean! – Bob Marley

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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.

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