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... be for show and later we met Lebanese people who said it was built to forget the history of Beirut because that area had been the green line district in the war. We found a big shopping mall and went to zara and h&m which were very stylish. We also found an art gallery and went round that which was really nice. Lots of the art was political and there was a big display about Syria. No body seemed to mind us looking at it and it was very interesting for us (also had amazing aircon) ...
... sensible people remained in Lebanon, during those insensible times.
Not far from the museum, and not far from the modern souk, are the various religious buildings
representing Lebanon’s complex mix. The huge, modern Mohammad al-Amin mosque, with its blue roof and multiple tall minarets, stands out, whilst the smaller, older, Grand Omari mosque is somewhat hidden in one of the streets leading away from the Place d’Etoile. ...
... like that and I started to figure him out. He was a phony. So I told him to stop coming in."
"I could see how some square kid working for the government would think being a DJ was all about acting stupid and disrespectful. He probably thought he was fitting in," I said.
"I don't know about here but in the U.S. the FBI or secret service can only hire people like that," Neil said. "The kind of ...
... of being racist or overreacting.
Harassment is a serious issue that women struggle with in many parts of the world. Not talking about it makes it worse, so does ignoring and belittling women who speak out against it. I was harassed frequently while living in Spain during my study abroad semester. Initially after I was awarded the Rotary scholarship, I was assigned to Cairo. About two weeks prior to my assignment, ...
... br> shopping on the west end and worked up an appetite for Chinese. We
passed by a place with an all African-American staff cooking up
eggrolls and fried rice. Where on earth have you ever seen non-Chinese
operate a Chinese Restaurant? ...