Monday, August 14, 2006

back home







Thousands of displaced families are driving back to their towns and villages in South Lebanon after the ceasefire became effective today at 8:00 AM Beirut-time. Destroyed bridges and broken roads are hampering people's journeys. The Lebanese Army warned that many unused bombs and left landmines may be very dangerous.

2 Comments:

Blogger che said...

Greetings from sarajevo. We hope that you are bit eased with the new cease fire, and we pray that it turns into a lasting peace. I am writing for some help -- at the Sarajevo Film Festival we are planning a silent protest for the children killed in Qana. We would like to post their names on the red carpet in front of the worlds media. We cannot find anywhere the names and ages of the children...does this list even exist? can you help? peace zulfo

August 14, 2006 8:39 pm  
Blogger Nasser said...

Che,
Thanks for visiting the blog and for your kind words. I will search for the names and email you tomorrow morning.

peace

August 14, 2006 9:31 pm  

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