but it is Bint Jbeil (85 km south of Beirut) , destroyed for about 75%.
Natural light under the bridge
This must have been the house of a psychedelic family. Or maybe pink, purple and red were on sale.
This is the south too. Banana plantations and orange groves, as far as the eye can see. And white sandy beaches.
And martyrs by the dozen. Usually they display them, one at a time, on bill boards with some roses around it, or another non-descriptive background, and post them on electricity poles alongside the road. SO you drive like five kilometers with one martyr after another.
But I assume this latests war has inflicted a heavy toll on their ranks, so now they post them by the dozen (20 actually). Maybe it saves time and space. Looking down upon them are Hassan Nasrallah (left), head of Hezbollah, and if I am correct, the man on the right is Khamanei, Iran's spiritual leader (he followed in Khomeiny's footsteps).
I went down south today to do a story on the reconstruction efforts. I'll write it tomorrow.