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This is not the scene of a utopian dream in fantasy fiction, but the true face of Lebanon, one that disproves the violent image of Beirut as portrayed by Hollywood blockbusters.While violence marred festivities in several countries in the East and West, Lebanon was spared such incidents as Downtown Beirut sparkled with entertainment for hours on end without a single incident that warranted the need for intervention by security officers.For Lebanon's older generation, this was also a celebration of the return to the country's glory days.
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