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Comment on Marrouche Hamra Shutdown By A Court Order For Bankruptcy by Rose

Sun, 2014-09-28 13:20

It is shameful this place is a landmark in hamra. It’s fed generations before and now it’ll get kicked off then prob replaced with another dull franchise.

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by george

Sun, 2014-09-28 10:06

http://www.edenrockresort.com/TheProject#chairman_message
check his text and the main keywords that most of our society cares about
grandiose , leisure, luxury!
this is what is important for Lebanese
no one admires anymore the simplicity of nature, the natural untouched beaches, mountains …
they just wanna build fake man made projects everywhere and offers us the Luxury sh*t
what a shame
if ramlet el bayda is privatized this means that Lebanon has really zero hope left and in few years
whatever is left of public beaches will disappear and will only be accessible to rich people

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Comment on Dr. Charles El Achi: How America Turned Me From A Lebanese Immigrant Into A NASA Rocket Scientist by Toufik

Sun, 2014-09-28 09:11

In America, creams do come true and dreams do get whipped

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Comment on Tyre, Beirut, Sidon And Byblos Among The World’s 20 Oldest Cities by Thoraiya

Sun, 2014-09-28 09:08

Tyre’s entry links to “Amazing Places You Can’t Visit” and Jerusalem’s entry links to “20 Destinations for 2014″.

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Comment on The Lebanese Army Driving An M113 APC Over ISIS Motorcycles by Kilani

Sun, 2014-09-28 05:53

Ur a retard if u think these r ISIS motorcycles. Its syrian civilians motorcycles . Have u seen the way this army treats civilians . They should upload more of that

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by Edgar

Sun, 2014-09-28 03:11

There is a difference between public property and private property, if “ramlet el bayda” has a real owner with all his papers then he can do what ever he wants with his land because he have the right to enjoy his investment or the investment made by her parents before him, but if the land is of public property or belongs to the municipality then i am not in accord to such kind of projects that may harm our historic and iconic places. We as citizens should not interfere in the private property but we can do it on public property and more we can oppose to privatize spaces that today are owned by the nation

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by Najib

Sat, 2014-09-27 22:20

Maya
Do what exactly? Pointing out whats happening is already something few people do. I always help when i can but in this case i cant do anything except talk about it

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by maya

Sat, 2014-09-27 18:17

it’s funnyyy,you’re a blogger ,and also know a lot of activists ,DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT ,ohhh i knooow ,Lebanese youth are asleep

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Comment on Sayfco and Virgin Radio Have Over 3 Million Fans On Facebook by Kay

Sat, 2014-09-27 16:44

2e27em 2e27em Said Muhammad

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by ramo

Sat, 2014-09-27 15:55

http://www.achourdevelopment.com/about/message …A word from the Chairman: building today, for a brighter future for the generations to come…LOL!

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Comment on Ramlet al-Baida: Beirut’s Last Public Beach Might Be Turned Into A Huge Touristic Resort by Gianni

Sat, 2014-09-27 14:54

I feel your pain. However; as quixotic as your dreams and other good people’s might be, it is futile! You cannot fight the mafiosi!
In your mind Lebanon; or rather Beirut…or rather a few stretches of land that you deem safe to go to; is bought and sold. You should wake up before living somewhere else becomes a forgone dream…
It is a brothel and a cesspool. Don’t be fooled by Gemmayze or the 30km stretch from Beirut to Batroun’s vitality for the rich…

Anyways good luck. Going Vegas! Now that’s fun!

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Comment on The Lebanese Army Driving An M113 APC Over ISIS Motorcycles by Bizo

Sat, 2014-09-27 12:53

there’s nothing to condemn even in the previous video, on the contrary the soldiers did the least to be done, they did not execute them, these are people who have no sympathy nor they should be shown any, they cut off the heads of Lebanese soldiers, its okay if we fuck their legs for a while, im sure they will do much more to us. Please stop sympathizing with them, if you feel sad about these actions, well youtube ISIS’s genocides and am probably sure ud feel more like committing suicide. its true that the threshold of humanity in this world in going down but u cant face these bitches with flowers. Moreover, you observe things from the comfort of your pc, you’re not a person who is fighting, nor someone who lost a family member or a friend, so u dont have the right to judge.

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Comment on Tawlet Ammiq: Great Location, Amazing Food But A Dull Venue by Maya

Sat, 2014-09-27 10:05

I love tawlet ammiq!! I guess you had wrong expectations before going hence the disappointment. It’s perfect if you’re looking to relax and have a delicious, slow lunch. Activities are available in the area but not specifically in the restaurant. If you’re looking for activities try tawlet bkessine, the restaurant is located in a place for such things.
See you soon i hope!

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Comment on Lebanese Ministry Of Public Works Spending In The Past Months by Malek

Sat, 2014-09-27 01:08

What the hell are they doing in Baalbeck???

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Comment on Sayfco and Virgin Radio Have Over 3 Million Fans On Facebook by jim

Fri, 2014-09-26 23:54

“so?” – so i’ll just go ahead and claim that 3 million people like my pile of crap (random example, not related to the companies mentioned) so my pile of crap is more successful than yours. It makes no sense… however, if 3 million people legitimately liked my pile of crap and only 2 people liked yours, it’s either indicative that my pile of crap is actually better than yours or that I have a better marketing team, either one is an honest buck. Buying the likes is not.

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Comment on Lebanese Ministry Of Public Works Spending In The Past Months by Kareem

Fri, 2014-09-26 23:51

I think that it’s more surprising how much is being spent on saida, the capital of the South.

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Comment on Lebanese Ministry Of Public Works Spending In The Past Months by The_Doudz

Fri, 2014-09-26 22:25

Its because the municipalities in metn are spending so there is no need for the ministry of public works

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Comment on Almaza: Ta3jeen Since 1933 by Samer bilen

Fri, 2014-09-26 22:24

Check this out, same concept applied by Heineken, I hope Almaza creative agency didn’t copy it.
http://nevnov.ru/interests/raznoe/proizvoditeli-piva-heineken-podderzhali-gnushhiesya-iphone-6-i-iphone-6-plus.html

Cheers

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Comment on iPhone 6 Selling at $1600 In Lebanon by yves

Fri, 2014-09-26 20:23

one of the few good things about free markets is market competition. That cunt who was asking for 1600$ has to lower his price to 999$, thats if he wana sell.

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