2014 starts as 2013 ended

Haret Hreik Car Explosion

At least five people were killed and 20 others wounded in a car bomb attack that rocked the Beirut southern suburb of Haret Hreik. The booby-trapped car exploded near al-Manar television’s old building on al-Arid Street in Haret Hreik, the TV…
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Jabhat al-Nusra in Halat Lebanon


According to LBC news, the Lebanese General Security arrests Al-Nusra Front militant in Halat as he prepared explosives. Let’s see if those whom I previously criticized concerning their stand in Maaloula, will comment on this event. Didn’t they want Halat…
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Sex offender deported to Lebanon


According to Global News, a Lebanese man (Louay Khalil) was deported from Canada on July 17, 2013 for “serious criminality”. He was convicted of two sex offences. One of the charges allegedly involved a developmentally disabled woman. He served his prison term…
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Chapeau to Sejaan Azzi


A car bomb late Thursday afternoon went off on the main road between the Al-Roueiss and Bir al-Abed areas of Beirut’s Hezbollah-stronghold of Dahiyeh, leaving at least 27 people dead and 230 injured. There are different ideas on who placed…
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Lebanon and Internet Privacy

“This leaked request asks the Ministry of Information to turn over the contents of all ‘DATA Sessions,’ Meaning the Data sessions of all 3G and 2G data subscribers in Lebanon. These include log files. The log files detail access to…
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Increase in Bank Robberies

Two bank robberies in three days. Today The Fenicia Bank, Achrafieh branch was robbed by two masked gunmen. On Tuesday, Bank Byblos in the town of Shouaifat was robbed by armed men. The same bank was robbed six months ago. The Fenicia…
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“Let the Ikhwan Rule”

“Let the Ikhwan Rule” this is what Samir Geagea said a month ago. He added let us not judge before we see their rule. The new LF, as it seems, as well as it followers, forgot what a Muslim law…
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Security Issue again and again

I tackled this subject before The percentage of criminals in Lebanon. Yesterday the Interior Minister of Lebanon, Marwan Charbel (with tears in his eyes) said: “The security situation has reached a very dangerous stage.” If you read the criminal section in any…
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