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Moussa Bashir · March, 2008

I live in Beirut, Lebanon, where I work in education as a Head of Division and as a physics teacher. I'm married and blessed with two kids. My personal blog and twitter.

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Latest posts by Moussa Bashir from March, 2008

Lebanon: On censorship

Lebanon: Genetic origins of Lebanese

Lebanon: Un-Banning “Persepolis”

Lebanon: Banning “Persepolis”

Lebanon: Facebook Suicide

Lebanon: Desperate People

Lebanon: Easter Morning

Lebanon: On Affiliation

Lebanon: Presidential Election and Foreign Intervention

Lebanon is now in its fifth month without a president. Political bickering between different parties has reached dangerous levels to the extent that there is a genuine fear of civil...

Lebanon: At the Lebanese-Syrian border

Lebanon: Dutch embassy without flag

Lebanon: Lack of interest

Lebanon: Solidere demolishes synagogue

Lebanon: Hanging on

Lebanon: Khiam Prison

Lebanon: March 14, Three Years Later

Lebanon: Arab Summit in Syria

Lebanon: USS Cole in the Neighborhood

The deployment of the US warship USS Cole off the Lebanese coast has added to the nervousness and concern about the political deadlock and stability in Lebanon. The warship is...

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