El Awedem Ma3ak

It started with a few sporadic ones spread along the highway to the North. My drive to class everyday is now littered with posters of our prime minister looking at me from in front of the Tripoli Citadelle to let me know that I am beneath his people.

“El Awedem Ma3ak.”

Check the rest of this entry here. It is my first article for NowLebanon.

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4 thoughts on “El Awedem Ma3ak

  1. And not a single complaint that our taxes are wasted on useless marketing, instead of building decent roads those billboards are on?

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