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    Posted June 28, 2014 by
    JadHaddad
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    Jounieh, Lebanon
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    Lebanon, jounieh 2014

     

    It's a quite interesting story ... I'm just a 17 years old guy who would like to show the entire world how us Lebanese, aren't afraid of anything, maybe because there's nothing in Lebanon :) ... in the following video and pictures, u will notice that, after 3 blasts, we prayed so GOD could protect Lebanon and bless this year's Lebanese festivals especially jounieh's international festival ... and u can easily see how the saying "There is nothing in Lebanon" is actually quite true ... yeah, yeah... we aren't having the golden days but there is a certain ambiance of peace and prosperity ... millions of dollars were spent on fireworks, more than 500 yachts were in jounieh's sea bay, thousands of people were partying till morning, concert tickets are already sold out (#these facts can be easily provided)... i am not trying to convince anyone that Lebanon is the most peaceful country in the world but it's definitely more peaceful than 80% of the countries... the following pictures were taken by me but i am not so good, i admit it :p and the camera isn't so good either ... but there was a photo contest yesterday(27/6/2014), u can take a look … Keep faith and Live, Love Lebanon!! #written by a Frenchee :P (the entire video is 8min long)

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