Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 12 – 18 March

Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred. – Martin Luther King Jr.

Wajdi, Brother of Hezbollah fighter Mohamad Amro, sitting on top of his brother's coffin who was killed in fighting against the IS. (Ali Mokded)
Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 26 February – 4 March

There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self. – Ernest Hemingway

A Lebanese activist holds a loudspeaker as he lies on a car that tried to cross to the Lebanese parliament building during a protest against the extension of the Lebanese parliament, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. Demonstrators on Wednesday blocked roads leading to the parliament and threw tomatoes at lawmakers' cars. Lebanon's parliament is attempting to extend its own term in office by more than two years. But a group of protesters is trying to stop it. (Hussein Malla / AP)
Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 30Oct – 5Nov

What creates freedom? A revolution in the streets? Mass protest? Civil war? A change of government? The ousting of the old guard and its replacement

From the latest ATCL nautical show in Tyre that lasted for two days. (Gaby Reaidy)
Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 11 – 17 September

From the best of what has been happening during this week, POW brings you the best photos for you to enjoy and why not to

A Lebanese Sunni armed woman carries a machine gun during the funeral procession of Sgt. Ali Sayid who was beheaded by Islamic militants, at his home town in Fnaydek, Akkar north Lebanon. Sayid went missing around the same time that some two dozen soldiers and police were seized by militants from Syria who overran the border town of Arsal for several days last month. The incursion was the most serious spillover yet of the Syrian civil war and escalated tensions in Lebanon, which is bitterly split over the conflict. (Hussein Malla / AP)
Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 4 – 10 September

John F. Kennedy once said “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”, sometimes you look

Lebanon POW

Leb POW 12-18 Sept 2013

This week, we got a feeling that there weren’t any major things happening in Lebanon, so it was a bit hard to meet the standards

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

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

Lebanon POW

Lebanese POW 6 – 12 June 2013

In this version of POW, we have to say that there has been a certain accident that was negative which is the death of the

Lebanon POW

Lebanon POW: 9-15 May

Welcome to the second post of POW related to Lebanon. As much as we are excited that the rhythm of work hasn’t slowed down at all, nevertheless we found out