At a certain point, I found myself there at any protest, march, festival, to cover what is happening at the moment on ground. It wasn't until the Saeh Library incident that I had felt how crucial covering such events was. I would proudly admit being the most beneficial towards what else than my hometown Tripoli, from the days of Saha w Hana, to the Mentaad festival, Rawda Sports Festival, Saeh Library Renovation, Tripoli Noel, Tripoli Bikeathon, etc..

On the other hand, toppling down hurdles in order to cover events that include a considerable stench of security and humanitarianism to them is a thrill by itself. Jabal and Tebbaneh reconciliation, Syrian Refugees in northern Tripoli, Salam w Taqwa twin car bombs, Anti-Parliament and Anti-Government protests, rights marches and so on..

Sa7a W Hana, where Sa7at al Nour was closed for a major town-wide Iftar event

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Saeh Library Renovation

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Jabal and Tebbaneh conflict

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Syrian Refugees in Bebnine, Northern Tripoli

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Syrian Refugees in Bebnine, Northern Tripoli

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Anonymous participants at the protest against the parliament's extension

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Saeh Library Protest after being torched down by unknowns

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Relative of Saeh Library owner, Mr. Tony Bitar, contemplating the aftermath of the incident

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Mentaad festival

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Volunteer at Salam Mosque

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Bullet trace on a window, Tebbaneh

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