Archive for December, 2008

Merry Christmas. Hope Beyrouth was full of the festive spirit this week. One news might have slipped the mass local media during the holliday which was well intended left unnoticed. Before the New Year, you probably ought to know that a Senior U.S. State Department official sent concerned messages to their Israeli counterparts in recent […]

On my behalf Jester,  Naar and Bouffon, would like to wish you a Joyful & Merry Christmas. As usual, expats have been flooding in to Lebanon,  in an overmass of Lebanese from Canada, Dubai, France, Australia and throughout the world! All Lebanese are joyful to join their families for the festive season. As for me, […]

Lebanese Expatriates living in the West African country of Guinea are not believed to be at risk after an attempted coup which followed the death of the country’s president on Tuesday. President Lansana Conte’s death was announced at around 2 a.m, on Tuesday morning. Lebanese Foreign Minister Fawzi Salloukh told The Daily Star that he […]

Sure you have. It’s the Worlds Largest Fraud, by One Man. A ponzi scheme. Well here’s the inside scoop from the Wall Street Folly: FBI diverts anti-terror agents to Bernard Madoff $50 billion swindle Hedge Funds Concede Oversight Inevitability in Wake of Madoff Jewish leaders bracing for Madoff fallout, Jewish leaders expect anti-Semitic backlash Shana […]

Kiva Lending is the world’s first person-to-person micro-lending website, empowering individuals to lend directly to unique entrepreneurs in the developing world, namely Lebanon. The people you see on Kiva’s site are real individuals in need of funding – not marketing material. When you browse entrepreneurs’ profiles on the site, choose someone to lend to, and […]

I’ve come across this video a while back, not sure when I didn’t share it with the circle.

Des néonazis qui opèrent en plein cœur de l’Etat juif. En 2007, cette affaire avait choqué la société israélienne. Le 23 novembre 2008, les huit membres du groupe, qui filmaient leurs expéditions punitives, ont écopé de peines de prison ferme. “On ne pensait pas que cela pouvait exister chez nous” Simon Katin a émigré en […]