… the awham are still holed up in the grand serail.
More pictures from Friday’s gathering inside.
The HezbAllah-led pro-Syrian coup d’etat. Beware of bearded men and flag-wrapped boys.
Warning: A Shi’ite Islamic state … in the making.
Today’s Friday prayers were held in the open, jointly between Sunnis and Shi’ites.
Because I like to give war criminal Geagea (whom I called, um, a war criminal in an interview with a local news agency today) the goosebumps.
Ignore that ugly structure to the right. Focus on the SSNP (Syrian Social Nationalist Party) flags (for the last time, NO, it’s not a swastika!!)
Whose is Beirut Central District?
(something to the effect of:) “Return to us our rights that were taken away unjustly and forcefully”- The gathering of owners in Beirut Central District
“Beirut… Pity the nation whose heart is removed and does not revolt.”
That orange tent is my favourite tent of all.
Ma’arouf Sa’ad lives. Ma’arouf Sa’ad was assassinated in Feb. 1975 (succumbed to his wounds in March 1975, a month before the eruption of the Lebanese war) during a peaceful protest for fishermen’s rights.