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Roula Khalaf, editor, explores the Lebanese capital’s mix of energy and risk. Ms. Khalaf tours her home town of Beirut in a bid to understand the relationship that she and her fellow Lebanese have with a city that manages to attract and repel in equal quantity.
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  1. Beirut is most cosmopolitan city in Arab world where different sections of peoples live peacefully but many foreign powers Iran,Syria, Saudi Arabia want to control this country due to its strategic location .

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  2. War is sweet for those who didn’t tasted it. It is unthinkable how war easily overtaking a man, a city, a culture. And when everything is normalized in the end, there is always the thought in the head in the end: The idea, how we could be great if the war did not happen.
    Greetings from Bosnia👋🏽

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  3. I visited Beirut in 1993. I remember going for a walk in West Beirut. A 6 year old kid ran up to me from his destroyed apartment building to say hello. I gave him a Kodak gadget I had at hand. He ran off more than happy. A couple of minutes later he came back with a handful of fresh berries and fruits in his hand. A gesture I've never forgotten.

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