Talk about transparency

So Alfa Telecom ran a competition for two tickets to attend ArabNet Beirut, and guess who were the winners? Two of their employees!


Thank you @chemali


After receiving so much tweets about the issue, Alfa ended up disqualifying one of the winners, Chafi Maalouf, since he’s an Alfa employee. On the other hand, the other guy didn’t turn out to be one of their employees.


Guy strips naked at NDU

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.

Update 2:

Here’s another video showing the whole thing.

Thank you @GeorgeZahm


Lebanon Internet Porn Habits

According to Porn MD, below are the top 10 most common terms that we, the Lebanese, have searched for on porn sites over a 6 month period.


You can check what the world is searching for here.


Riding Beirut

It takes some balls to take your bicycle on a ride from the mountain road to Beirut! This guy seems really good at it passing by Arayya, Jamhour, Hazmiyyeh, Dahyeh, and then all the way to Hamra, Clemenceau, and Beirut Downtown.


New drift park in Saida

The below video was shot at a new drift park in Saida started by a couple of guys welcoming racers who want to bring it to the track (for a certain fee I suppose) instead of the street.

We definitely need more of these parks around the country to hopefully reduce reckless driving on the streets, but I wish the organizers take safety more seriously since the video shows a very thin barrier between the crowds and the cars.


Ziad Rahbani in concert at Las Salinas Anfeh

For those of you who live in the north, Ziad Rahbani and his band will be performing for 3 nights on March 14, 15, and 16 at Las Salinas Anfeh.

Tickets will be on sale at Sa7 Se7 Cafe Tripoli, Boueri Press Kaslik, and Las Salinas.

Ziad Rahbani in concert

via MWNader


As per the below comments, tonight’s concert (March 14th) has unfortunately been canceled due to security reasons, and tickets can be either refunded or used at the 2 upcoming concerts on Friday and Saturday.


Beiruti breakfast among the best around the world

Arabic breakfast.

“Al Soussi”, a small shop in Zaidaniyyeh offering traditional Lebanese dishes such as Foul, Hummus, Balila, and Fatte, was featured on CNN and Travel + Leisure list of top 100 places to eat like a local.

For more than 50 years, this pint-size kitchen in West Beirut has been serving an irresistible version of fatteh, made with layers of toasted pita, chickpeas, yogurt, and pine nuts. 961-1/312-145. Source

The place is quite popular in Zaydaniyyeh and Asiha Bakkar that you sometimes can’t set a foot inside the small shop due to the number of people waiting for their orders, especially in Ramadan at suhour time.

Thank you Ayman


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