Lebanon POW: 13-19 February

For a moment of time today, the previous version of International POW would have been the last one to be published.

It was more as a matter of luck today as I passed by the explosion of today just almost 15 minutes before it blew up.

It is very scary to think of death, and even more scary when knowing that death is just around the corner.

May we find peace, somehow, in Lebanon.

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A man passes in front of an army convoy patrolling the streets in Beirut. (Hasan Shaaban/The Daily Star)

Lebanese POW 20 – 26 June 2013

This week, Lebanon was witnessing a turning point of its scene. The battle that the Lebanese army went into against the cleric Ahmad al-Assir, along with the different tries to impose peace in different Lebanese territories from Tripoli to Beirut to Saida and other places.

And beside all the negative feelings that we had after the death of several militants, Lebanon had a date also with amazing fireworks of Jouniyeh, and the election of “Miss Lebanon in France”  A.K.A. “Lebanese beauty queen of France” and the protest of Downtown Beirut against the extension of Lebanese parliament members, also known as “لا_للتمديد”

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