Author Archives: Vincent Eid

Listening to the Wind of Change …

I consider myself lucky as in few hours, I will be listening for the second time to the “Wind of change” performed live by the legendary Scorpions. Will I be more than lucky someday, and listen to the real wind … Continue reading

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You care for the Army? Change your votes

Lebanese are so good in sharing statuses and photos on Facebook each time soldiers from Lebanese Army are martyred. Unfortunately, this kind of support is not really effective and do not change the situation. An effective support would be not … Continue reading

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Ramiz Dyoub sold the dream of a nation

Exactly 1 year from now, I was full of hope about Lebanon reaching the World Cup, a dream that I always thought impossible. I rushed to Beirut Sports City stadium on that sunny Sunday to watch the game against Qatar, … Continue reading

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The Lebanon-Cyprus Bridge: A Lie?

The recent article about a possible bridge connecting Lebanon to Cyprus dominated Lebanese websites and social networks in the past 2 weeks as it was shared more than 12K times. The article was firstly published in Ad-diyar newspaper in Arabic, than … Continue reading

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Lebanese citizens have no protection under the law. The wealthy developers can smash us like ants !

Those were the last words of “Habib Battah” in his article about how he got physically assaulted by District S contractor’s staff, just because he took a picture of the historical ruins at the construction site. The ruins were destroyed so … Continue reading

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Lebanese Passport: Only better than Sri Lanka, but the most expensive in the world ?!!!

Ranked 219 over 220 passports existing in the world, the Lebanese passport is surprisingly the most expensive one worldwide. With only 5,296,760 Km2 that someone holding a Lebanese passport can visit without a visa, a Lebanese citizen should pay a world high … Continue reading

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