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Comment on Some fact checking never hurts by Manal

Fri, 2014-09-19 17:56

Good to know that this was a news mistake! Many people have told me about this as if it was fact!

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Comment on Mkalles roundabout is still a roundabout by Rony

Fri, 2014-09-19 16:55

Couldn’t agree more

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Comment on Mkalles roundabout is still a roundabout by Danielle

Fri, 2014-09-19 11:52

The major trouble areas that next need to be tackled:
1. SKAFF/OTV road
2. Habtoor roundabout has become a congested roundabout in its own right. It will need a solution soon too
3. The interchange at Maison du Pain causes a lot of traffic, often because of the traffic officers. Class Sport and Abed Tahan are also culprits–they need to sort out parking, because it’s unacceptable to have to cross the highway if you want to shop or hit the gym

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Comment on Mkalles roundabout is still a roundabout by Fadi

Thu, 2014-09-18 20:07

Except the “mafra2 l OTV” that was and still making lot of traffic which I agree on and think it should be one way to Dekwaneh, the bridge and tunnel reduced the traffic too much on that area.

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Comment on Mkalles roundabout is still a roundabout by observer

Thu, 2014-09-18 18:41

Not to mention that the roundabout now features traffic lights!!

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Comment on 8 Reasons to avoid Lebanon this summer by Iyad

Wed, 2014-09-17 22:58

Dear Rami,

What you are saying is very true since these are Facts (Bad Infrastructure, among the top 10 highest countries in population density + Chaos and Angry people, lack of stability & safety). And I don’t agree with those who are in denial, and say that Lebanon is the best country in the world.

Despite that, I think that Lebanon remains the best Arab country for tourism, mainly because of its diverse culture, educated people, nice weather and nature (what is remaining).

This is a Sincere article. However, if we discourage tourists from visiting Lebanon, we would be contributing in making things more difficult. Knowing, that tourism forms a significant part of the Lebanese economy, and job opportunities.

Accordingly, I think it is better to put our energies to find solutions, though it seems impossible, even if partial solutions. The accumulation of these solutions will in time, add up to make a fundamental change, hopefully that we survive to see it happen!

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Comment on Race accident almost turned tragic in Ehden by pk

Mon, 2014-09-15 12:13

Seat belt, Stupid !!!. Or you consider yourself like others, Ana rabba ;)”

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