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Comment on 250 New Buses For Beirut and Lebanon by Kareem

Wed, 2014-07-23 20:46

I was just sitting in one of these buses today and wondering when they’d buy new ones.

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Comment on 250 New Buses For Beirut and Lebanon by PK

Wed, 2014-07-23 20:15

Liked the typo, Khalde(in arabic) Hay el seloum (copy/paste issue ?)…
Also, Route number in black in section Key to symbols.

I mean, for God’s sake , a college student double check his map before publish it … no one had the chance to look at it first ….

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Comment on Mercer Consulting 2014 Report: Beirut Is The Most Expensive City In The Middle East For Expats by fadi

Wed, 2014-07-23 16:05

Maybe I am missing something but the report said Tel Aviv is the most expensive city :
Tel Aviv (18) continues to be the most expensive city in the Middle East for expatriates, followed by Beirut (63), Dubai (67), and Abu Dhabi (68). Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, (175) continues to rank as the least expensive city in the region. 

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Gianni

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:27

Montrealer,

Thanks you. However I take issue with the false PR pretense of caring. It’s soundbites created by producers. Hate for Gaza? Nope. I really don’t care about the Palestinians for that matter. They were the ones who were confused about the Geography of the route to Jerusalem.

Regardless, my point is why the sexy topic of Palis? Why not the thousands of Iraqis, thousands of Syrians…etc.

“Simply there are no innocent parties (except for the Palestinian people)”

Now that’s the laughable part. Innocent? Their elected party Hamas; wanted this attack by the brutal IDF. History and their actions attest to it. I can go on forever about it but this is not a political blog. Thank you for your critical points. Much appreciated!

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Comment on My Favorite Cereals: Jordans’ Country Crisp by Jad Bourji

Wed, 2014-07-23 11:56

Absolutely the best! I wish they’d make them a little cheaper though, kasra!

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by maya

Wed, 2014-07-23 07:15

ok,i understand that all.lebanese TV stations have unuted for solidarity for Gaza but i also know this,there are many more important issues like electricity,water,wages,human rights that are priorities for the Lebs before the Gaza killings or the Syrian war,not to mention Syrians stealing our jobs ,going up a level as working as illegal physicians in the Beqaa,soo pleasee let the Arab league do something abt it ,and if not ,thats the Israeli-palestianian problem and we shouldnt interfer

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Montrealer

Tue, 2014-07-22 18:51

There’s a difference between stating an opinion and spreading hate and saying things like “screw the Gaza” would qualify as the latter. This united broadcast does not make us forget (as much as our corrupt politicians would like us to) about the plight of the Syrians nor the fact that Lebanon lacks electricity, clean water, and a decent infrastructure which are the basics you take for granted. Simply there are no innocent parties (except for the Palestinian people) in the whole region and that includes Israel, a country which regularly commits war crimes to protect its people from homemade rockets that barely get off the ground. You are more likely to be killed in a car accident in Israel than by one of these rockets and yet with all its technological might Israel cannot or chooses not to distinguish between militants and boys playing on the beach.

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Gianni

Tue, 2014-07-22 13:50

Sara,

Thank you so much in your assessment of my mastery (or not) of the English language. Why racist? Can’t anyone express an opinion before being stung on by yellow jackets?

Foreign countries would not be tearing you apart if your countrymen (women) were not willing participants. Mercenaries available to the highest bidder.

As for how the people are dying in Syria…. Off course it is not the murderous thug Assad and his mercenaries from Tehran and HA dropping barrel bombs or using chemical weapons to kill their own brethren. Off course not! You guys are a lost cause. You exposed yourself as a phoney. I am sure in your mind Hamas rockets are righteous; so is HA’s destruction of Lebanon to save a child killer!!

BTW; thank God I don’t live in that “slice of heaven”.

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Comment on Powerful Ad For The National Campaign For Water Scarcity Awareness by Carla

Tue, 2014-07-22 10:11

Il doit mettre une casquette?? Casque mich ahsan eza aal velo? lol
Good initiative though… Hope people will listen!

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Sara

Tue, 2014-07-22 08:23

Gianni, are you Lebanese? I doubt your country has had as many foreign hands trying to tear it apart as Lebanon has. Your English is atrocious, so it’s hard to determine what racist country you call home.

Also, as an aside, many of the Syrians were killed by Saudi/Qatar/etc.-backed extremists. Why don’t you tell those countries to get THEIR houses in order? They’re doing the same to Iraq now.

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Mazen

Tue, 2014-07-22 06:03

Gianni…go to sleep…u are polluting the airwaves

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Comment on #LB4Gaza: A Unified Lebanese NewsCast In Solidarity With Gaza by Gianni

Mon, 2014-07-21 23:22

Lebanese are good in these pretenses. How about they put heir freaking house in order and provide its citizens with basics that we take for granted on this side of the pond…Simple electricity, clean water and decent infrastructure. Screw the Gaza…whatever happened to the 200,000 dead Syrians? What stupid morons!

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Comment on The Parliament Moved To Jounieh by T

Mon, 2014-07-21 21:31

but both empty!

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Comment on Brazil Will Play a Friendly Football Game Against Lebanon In Beirut by Rami

Mon, 2014-07-21 17:15

Tab if Germany played against Lebanon, who will you be cheering for?

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Comment on Powerful Ad For The National Campaign For Water Scarcity Awareness by Roy Korkomaz

Mon, 2014-07-21 16:35

Cool Concept…
SUPER BAD scenario !

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Comment on PayPal Not Planning To Launch in Lebanon Yet by Rana

Mon, 2014-07-21 06:32

I personally don’t live in Lebanon but my family is there and I’ve lived there for the past 9 years.
I’m sure there are many other sites that let you receive and send payments through and that would be available in Lebanon just search google an no I don’t recommend you make a PP account through a proxy server or bot or whatever, the website’s staff isn’t that dumb and their technologies are strong enough to find such things and even if PP allowed such techniques then I think having the PP account would be useless if you cannot connect it to your bank account or credit card..
I’m sure it will launch soon though!
Mahdi can be right, I’ve heard a lot about payoneer but I never personally tried how these things work so I cannot really tell you guys..

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Comment on WTF? by Ed

Sun, 2014-07-20 23:21

I wasn’t taking to you Najib
Kareem said “they lay eggs” by they he means humans and humans don’t lay eggs and those people aren’t human so he should have said it
*internet logic*

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Comment on My Trip To Jordan: Part1 by deedee

Sun, 2014-07-20 21:12

nice pics

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