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Moussa Bashir · April, 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 April, 2008

Lebanon: “Embarrassed Arabic Language”

Lebanon: Roumieh Prison Mutiny II

Lebanon: Cultural Renaissance

Lebanon: Roumieh Prison Mutiny

Lebanon: Valet Parking

Valet parking provides a luxury service and VIP treatment for customers. This is not so in Lebanon any more, where the practice has become so widespread that it is found...

Lebanon: The Lebanese Leftist

Lebanon: Media reporting on Gaza

Lebanon: Sunnification of R. Hariri?

Lebanon: Show-off all the time

Lebanon: Commemorating the Civil War

April 13 marked the 33rd anniversary of the beginning of the Lebanese civil war which ended, officially, in 1990. Lebanese, who are anxious that the violence may be renewed any...

Lebanon: Turf on concrete sidewalk

Lebanon: On leadership, governance and justice

Lebanon: Where to go for scenery and adventure

Lebanon: Selling Air

With Lebanese air now canned and exported around the world, bloggers are torn between considering the move as a nationalist or money making scheme. Moussa Bashir reports from Beirut.

Lebanon: Polygamy and the End of Empires

Lebanon: Teachers’ Strike

Lebanon: Mughnieh's Billboards

Lebanon: Hezbollah Since Mughnieh's Assassination

Lebanon: Presidents’ Faces on Currency

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