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Southern Lebanon: In Photo’s

The following is a post dedicated to my native Lebanon, more specifically Southern Lebanon; all photographs were taken this December-January.

Dome of The Rock replica in Maroun el-Ras, some .62 mi. from occupied Palestine; fully functional house of prayer. It uses solar/wind power.

Maroun el-Ras; .62 mi. from occupied Palestine

Atop my native village; Arab Salim


Mleeta


Path from Arab Salim towards Jizzine.


Sheeps in Majdal Silim


Mosque adjacent to my grandmother’s home in Arab Salim

For photographs I took last winter inside Lebanon’s Resistance Museum see: Flickr

Video from Maroun el-Ras and Southern Lebanon; my uncle shows the region where Israeli soldiers had been in the mountains.

Roqayah

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Writer, researcher, published poet, and cat enthusiast.

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Johan
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Sometimes pictures say more than words

48Refugee
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Amazing photographs! It’s great to see that the love for Palestine is alive and well in Southern Lebanon. We really are in this together!

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