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We were fortunate to meet the founder of Beirut Pride, Hadi Damien. My name is Robert and I'm happy you're here! My parents are Lebanese, I was born and raised in Canada. Wishing I can rendezvous with you and Sebby in a fun and exciting location somewhere in the world! Overall we found that but with the problems we had with General Security at the airport when leaving, we wonder if we would have benefited from browsing anonymously.
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