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Lebanon: The show must go on in Faraya01:19

Lebanon: The show must go on in Faraya

Lebanon, Faraya
September 23, 2013 at 02:51 GMT +00:00 · Published

Lebanon: The show must go on in Faraya

Partygoers in the Faraya village, located in the Kesrwan District, kept on raving, partying and drinking despite ongoing sectarian threats and violence in the country, on Monday.

Youngsters enjoyed their drinks at Ricky's open drink bar from dusk till dawn before recharging batteries with a massive all-you-can-eat BBQ. Expatriates come from all over the world to join Faraya's party, as the owner of Ricky's bar and restaurant, Ricky Hmoudah, assures: "We have beautiful people coming here. They do not only come from Beirut, but actually they come from all the corners of Lebanon. We have many many expatriates that come from sometimes Australia, Brazil, Canada."

Lebanese youth is heading to the mountains these days to party, after authorities had cranked up security measures in the nightlife capital of the Middle Eastern, Beirut.

The country has experienced sectarian violence in recent months and it has been intensely shaken by the military conflict in the neighbouring Syria.

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Lebanon: The show must go on in Faraya

Partygoers in the Faraya village, located in the Kesrwan District, kept on raving, partying and drinking despite ongoing sectarian threats and violence in the country, on Monday.

Youngsters enjoyed their drinks at Ricky's open drink bar from dusk till dawn before recharging batteries with a massive all-you-can-eat BBQ. Expatriates come from all over the world to join Faraya's party, as the owner of Ricky's bar and restaurant, Ricky Hmoudah, assures: "We have beautiful people coming here. They do not only come from Beirut, but actually they come from all the corners of Lebanon. We have many many expatriates that come from sometimes Australia, Brazil, Canada."

Lebanese youth is heading to the mountains these days to party, after authorities had cranked up security measures in the nightlife capital of the Middle Eastern, Beirut.

The country has experienced sectarian violence in recent months and it has been intensely shaken by the military conflict in the neighbouring Syria.