This blog offers satire, news, commentary, media analysis and anecdotes from Lebanon.
What a great collection of pictures! It's so expressive. I'm always surprised by what appears in front of me in traffic in Lebanon. It could be a Lambourghini or flatbed full of blooming roses.
makes me want to go down south...great post
I wish ALL people in Lebanon would see the trucks full of rubble, and remember that each destroyed house belongs to a family who is currently Homeless. May be the priorities would change a little bit? May be bickering, calling each other evil and fueling sectarian feelings would not be on top of the list?
Like moths to a flame, these Pharisaic Phalanx-niks can't help but betray their plans by occident!Desperation has put the backwards neo-Zealot outpost in an ideological pickle - sure it takes power, but does it do so NOT at the expense of the very religion it claims to protect?Check out my upcoming post for the predictable truth we all saw coming - Sinister Semitic Shlock-artists and the Slime they Sell!
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