Monday, December 21, 2015

Bt-cotton seeds: destructive impact on Indian farmers

Friday, December 11, 2015

Drink and don't drive parties in Lebanon't_Drive_Party/15065

The Lebanese twist on the don't drink and drive campaign

Sunday, December 6, 2015

don't let a little thing like morality get in the way; US foreign policy explained by Kissinger

Noam Chomsky is an honest witness of the US policy in the middle east:

"the us prefers islamic extremists to secular nationalists".

"Kissinger has said "foreign policy is not be confused with missionary work"; Kurds have been first recruited by the US to topple Saddam (in ), then sold out to him, which made them helpless in the face of Iraki repression:

Sunday, November 22, 2015

while the world asks "didn't you have a civil war?"...

In Lebanon, it's common from people from multiple religions, among muslims and christians to pray to St Charbel or other religious icons. St Charbel is a deceased, contemporary saint, who has performed medically-recognized miracles, in patients from diverse background.أعجوبة-مثبتة-طبيّا-للقديس-شربل-منذ-تموز-لا-تستثني-طائفة-

I look forward to the following miracle one day: a western person comes into his church and leaves saying "Lebanon is pluralistic, enlightened, and no the civil war was not real, it was a foreign manipulation". Now that would be impressive!

Lebanese independence day on google

Google celebrated the Lebanese independence day, ands did all of Lebanon (all the while criticizing an outdated government). Thanks google!

Sunday, November 15, 2015

there were 2 terrorist attacks, not just one! One in Beirut and one in Paris

ISIS soiled bombers kills 45 Lebanese citizens:

and a hero prevented even more deaths:

Some from colleges we know,

and no, the suicide bombers in Lebanon are not a local problem. They couldn't be more foreign, especially since they were trained, armed and financed by Britain and the US, according to the Guardian:

As well as Saudi Arabia, Turkey and supported by Israel:

It goes without saying they don't represent Islam:

and thank you Egypt for considering human lives everywhere as valuable:

Monday, November 2, 2015

only arabic and Lebanese christians would start a prayer would a quote from a Shia clerk

It's a prayer, I know, but it makes me want to shout we're diverse B$#%^$ , to westerners who ask "civil war much"?

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Astronaut Scott Kelly Calls Yanni - Pyramids in Egypt - YouTube

Astronaut Scott Kelly Calls Yanni - Pyramids in Egypt - YouTube:

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

3D printed store-grown food

Why would anyone go hungry, picture these 3D food printers in refugee camps, we should be able to grow food out of nothing, it grows out of tiny seeds afterall.


Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Lebanon's future turbine!

Vortex bladeless turbines wobble to generate energy:

This bladless turbines would be perfect on the Lebanese sea shore and bekaa. They don't take up space or cause sound pollution.

Monday, April 27, 2015

the hovering verhicle Lebanon could definitely use!

Gravity powered aircraft flies with no fuel:

Picture this tech used to power hovering vehicles to alleviate traffic jams in Lebanon. Maybe a type of flying carpets! :)

Monday, April 13, 2015

UN expert: Lebanon a "ray of hope" for Middle East tolerance

UN expert: Lebanon a "ray of hope" for Middle East tolerance: "Lebanon can be a “ray of hope” for tolerance"

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Preserving and protecting our Lebanese culture

From Lebanese Insider:

Preserving and protecting our Lebanese culture:

Here is a quote

Pope John Paul II called Lebanon a “message” country for it’s example of diversity and pluralism for both the East and the West. Instead of shying away from Lebanon’s message, it should be our duty to embrace it and echo the authentic message of our homeland.
The biased news media will not do it for us.
The American public won’t do it for us.
Surrounding countries won’t do it for us.
We are lucky to live in a country that welcomes a ‘salad bowl’ culture — where many different cultures combine and maintain their individual uniqueness. As Lebanese-Americans we have no duty to ‘Americanize’ or assimilate into one.  The U.S. is not owned by one race, one religion, or one creed.

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