The Cruelest Place, Lebanon?

I don’t know how to best describe travelling to Syria through Lebanon, but I will try. Have you ever had to cross of a river full of leeches? This is how Lebanon feels to me, and I suspect to most Syrians who’ve had the pleasure of going there. The Lebanese sink their teeth deep into our flesh and feed on our pockets and souls. Every time I’m about to land at Beirut–Rafic Hariri Airport, I ready myself for walking straight into a trap. There is no way around it. Damascus has a good airport, but I simply can’t fly there.

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Climbing Down the Tower of Babel

Six weeks ago, Amazon contacted me, asking for my feedback on how to improve their services. Their email read the exact following:

Your comments and suggestions will help us improve our store and offer better service to our customers. We are concerned about the activity on your account. We want to do all that we can to prevent you from having to make frequent returns of items from Amazon.de.

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