Lebanon POW: 9 – 15 April

And when there is the possibility of peace, a new fight erupts, based on an old complaint, and which some people call justice and others madness. – Nuruddin Farah

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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)

Lebanon POW: 23 – 29 October

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.

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Lebanese soldiers mourn at the coffin of their comrade Ali Ahmed Hammadi al-Kharrat, who was killed by a roadside bomb near the border town of Arsal, during his funeral in Sidon. Two Lebanese soldiers were killed by the roadside bomb on Friday near the border town of Arsal, security sources said, the first such attack since Islamist militants from Syria staged an incursion there last month in the worst spillover to date of the Syrian civil war into Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)

Lebanon POW: 18 – 24 Sept

“If you’re reading this .. Congratulations, you’re alive. If that’s not something to smile about, then I don’t know what is”, maybe that could summarize the situation in Lebanon these days or at least what every person on lebanon is feeling.

But apart from that, it is always nice to look for some positive moment, or a bit of “hope moments” that appears maybe in the darkest days.

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Lebanon POW: 10-16 April

It’s funny to notice that in Lebanon, everything is almost controlled by someone/something.

It’s funny to see that clashes in Tripoli, miraculously ended.

It’s funny to hear that there is no more political tensions between different parties.

And the funniest thing, is that Lebanese people, really think, that the civil war has ended.

But the questions remains, how did it end? how did start? who lost? who won?

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