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Lebanese national basketball team suspended for four years

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Looks like things are going from bad to worse for Lebanese Basketball. Annahar just posted a few minutes ago that the FIBA has suspended the Lebanese national team from participating in international tournaments for four years!

Wasn’t basketball the only somehow successful sport in this country? I hope politicians who have contributed to this mess are satisfied now.

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In reply to the curfew imposed on Syrian refugees

We totally deserve it!


via Kamyoon

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Hallab 2 – Doueihy 1

I’m not sure if Hallab’s last reply is real and already on the streets, but it’s definitely cool if they did it!

hallab doueihy

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Lebanese man got his penis cut off!


This will make you feel like we’re living in a jungle. It’s insane.

A Lebanese man got his penis cut off by his wife’s family, after he insisted on marrying her despite parental opposition from her side because they are from different sects!

Read about it all here on Annahar.

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Zeid and Leila

I really didn’t get the point of this video but thought it’s fun to share for the cool animation. (Warning: NSFW)

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Fail – Lebanese will always be Lebanese

This is a photo from Venezuela. Some Lebanese shop owner there insists on displaying Nabih Berri’s photo on his shop sign for only god knows why!

Nabih Berri

via Demotivational Lebanon

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Night Riders – An open air road movie cycle

If you’re a fan of classic road movies or classic movies in general, then here’s your chance to watch four of them at an outdoor cinema in Überhaus’ summer venue The Gärten, located in Biel.

The screenings will take place on four Saturdays between July 20 and October 12 at a rate of one screening per month (check the program below). All movies will all be projected on a 9mx4m screen and the sound will be pow­ered by a Funktion One Sound System.

Saturday 20 July
Easy Riders
(Denis Hopper, 95mins)

Saturday 10 August
Thelma and Louise (Ridley Scott, 130 mins)

Saturday 21 September
Wild at Heart (David Lynch, 125 mins)

Saturday 12 October
The Motorcycle Diaries
(Walter Salles, 126 mins)

Tickets will be on sale at the door or at Metropolis Empire Sofil for $10 including 1 drink. And of course, an after party will take place at The Gärten following each screening since they fall on Saturdays.

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Giveaway – Weekend stay for two at Pinea Campus

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Pinea Campus is one of the few campsites I know about in Lebanon. The place is located in Haitoura, Jezzine and spreads on a 3,000 sqm land that is surrounded by a large stone pines forest.

Pinea Campus can currently accommodate more than 50 campers throughout the summers in high quality waterproof tents that can fit 2 to 8 people each, which is pretty suitable in my opinions for couples, families and even group of friends. The amenities also include camping mattresses, covers and pillows, toilets, and showers.

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Aside from camping, several outdoor activities are available such as ATV rides, trap shooting (tiro), biking, and hiking. Moreover, you can enjoy a BBQ for lunch every Sunday.

For more information about the tent rental and activities fees, make sure to check their website here. (Specifically the “Camping” and “Activities” pages)

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Now if you’re already tempted to spend a weekend getaway there, the great people at Pinea Campus are offering a camping stay for two including the tent rental and breakfast for free. To get it, just leave a comment on this post and I’ll be randomly choosing a winner by Thursday night.


Youmna, you’ve got mail. 🙂 Mabrouk!

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Lebanese guy creates a fake movie trailer to propose to his girl

The idea is cool and the video is well executed, but it would have been really nice if it was mentioned in the credits that the whole thing was inspired copied from this video.

Video via Gino Raidy, and thanks to Ghida Arnaout for pointing out the similarity with the other video.


A reference to the original video is now mentioned in the caption here.

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Ramadan Kareem

Wishing you and your families a blessed Ramadan!


Photos via patheos.com

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