Some parts of Paris (especially the area behind Gare du Nord and St. Denis) look way more third-world than Bangladesh.
It's a shame what the refugee huggers have done to this glorious city.
@JustLeb knows what I'm talking about.
The Kataeb started it. You thought you could get away with murdering innocent civilians and treating your compatriots like second-class citizens.
You got your asses whooped and lost the war.
Better luck next time.
Kamal was a decent guy.
It's true that he took sides in the conflict, but the Druze were neglected and politically nmisrepresented at the time.
Unlike his son, he didn't deliberately commit any war crimes. He fought to reclaim what was rightfully his.
Bsharafak stop it with the amateur immunolgy.
When a less lethal strain becomes the domimant one and overtakes a deadly, that's whrn the virus loses its potency.
It doesn't matter if it's more contagious. The flu is contagious but it's not as deadly as it once used to be.
So far, the Omicrom...
Nope, you're not a scienstist so your opinions don't count as facts.
When a virus mutates to a less deadly form that replaces a more lethal strain, it's usually a good thing. That's how past pandemics faded away, and why people no longer die from the flu.
Koura has a reputable university, decent infrastructure, and is home to many intellectuals and doctors.
Bcharreh's main export is Geagea.
Have you actually been to Amioun? It's such a nicely preserved town with beautiful houses and villas, unlike Bcharreh with its concrete monstrosities. But...
Koura is not neglected at all. Amioun has a United Colors of Benetton store for God's sake.
Bcharreh, on the other hand, is quite poor and negelcted. Makes you wonder where all that 'fundraising money' is going...
That's a smart answer. Although MPs are voted in by their caza, they are supposed to draft laws that benefit the country as a whole, not only Koura.
Mish shaghleton yzafto mante2ton. Haydeh esma zabe2iniyeh.
The argument was that the vaccine prevents hospitalizations and deaths.
I wonder what they'll make of this news...
U.S. has already seen more COVID deaths in 2021 than 2020 before vaccines were available...