Lebanon POW: 15 – 21 October

Without culture, and the relative freedom it implies, society, even when perfect, is but a jungle. This is why any authentic creation is a gift to the future. – Albert Camus.

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Lebanon POW: 5 – 11 June

Protests, exams, no exams, sexual harassment, shark hunting, could there be anything more?

Ah yes, next week there is the Worldcup, and of course Lebanese will be living it to the max.

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President Michel Suleiman along with other personal were attended a Sunday mass that commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the death of Saint Rafqa, which was held in the region of Jrabta. (Saint Rafqa's Jubilee, Jrabta-facebook page)

Lebanon POW 20 -26March

After almost a year without a government, Lebanon gave it voice, through the members of the parliament, to the new prime minister Tammam Salam. but outside the parliament, a crime has been made by one of the MP, when it ran over a pigeon that usually fly over the parliament building and the parliament’s square.

And in other news, that pigeon wasn’t the only thing that has been killed by “politics”, clashes erupted in Tripoli and in Beirut.

Before I leave you with the photos, we should all be wishing good luck for the relatives of those who went missing during the civil war, and to Ali Wehbeh – scroll down the photos to know why.

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Fouad, a lebanese man, rented the Fouad Chehab football stadium in Jounieh, Lebanon, and wrote in big letter "MARRY ME", before flying in a private plan with Sandra and asking her hand in mid-air. (Aljoumhouria)

Lebanon POW 21 – 27 Nov

In a country so divided by politics and sectarianism, a stand of solidarity with the media and the freedom of speech is far more better than a stand with a tv station or few of its crew members.

With that being said, it is nice to see that romance in lebanon is blooming in different ways each time, from a band, to proposing inside a restaurant, and lately to rent a stadium, write “marry me” and go up in the sky and poping up the question like that.

Isn’t that amazing?

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