To my knowledge, there’s some order to all security forces forbidding them from using small motorbikes when wearing their uniform, to stop giving a bad image about them to the society. It’s about time it gets enforced because this guy is taking it a bit further!
A photo of Cesc Fabregas making the “L” sign with his fingers surfaces, and next thing you know he made it because he supports the Free Patriotic Movement after his Lebanese girlfriend told him about Michael Aoun! You can read all about it here.
I’d love to know which genius made that up.
I have no idea how did the judges agree that this contestant in The X Factor Arabia performs one of Fairouz’s songs this way, he seemed more like a comedian.
Performance starts at 1m30s.
I just stumbled upon these two photos of some guy stripping naked at NDU campus.
Anyone knows what was he up to and what happened to him?
Photos via @lnlne
Here’s a video of him running around the campus. According to Leon, he lost a bet.
Here’s another video showing the whole thing.
Thank you @GeorgeZahm
As if Lebanon needed more scandals and ugly incidents, this outrageous uncivilized act against a referee in a football match came to add salt to the wound. The referee did not give Al Nahda Club a penalty in the added time of the second half against Al Salam Zgharta, and the players went crazy chasing him all across the pitch. The video here doesn’t show more of the attack but it gives you an enough idea about what happened.
This country is seriously going beyond insane. A group of gunmen stormed into Tripoli’s Islamic Hospital last night and released a detainee called Mohamad Youssef, who was arrested for opening fire on minister Faisal Karami’s convoy a while ago, after beating up the police men who were guarding him.
It’s not the first time in Lebanon a municipality issues such announcement. It happened in Bhamdoun back in August 2012 and now Botchay municipality is imposing a curfew on all foreign workers in the village.
Don’t ask how do they distinguish locals from foreign workers.
If you think restaurants that are being criticized for breaking law 174 (smoking ban) in Lebanon might be feeling a bit ashamed of what they’re doing, then you’re definitely wrong, those restaurants are actually getting ruder by the moment!
One of these restaurant is Enab in Gemmayze, who has basically never respected law 174 and always allowed its customer to smoke indoor. In response to that, IndyACT decided to use their office, which is located right next to Enab, in order to put up a huge banner calling the restaurant to abide by the law, and next thing they knew was Enab’s employees breaking into their offices to take down the banner!
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