It is true, then, that the Tourism Ministry's advertising team has ascribed for several years to the lazy promotional mantra that sex sells.
On March 27, “Al-Halabi’s arrest for criticizing Lebanese officials and the intimidating way it was carried out sets a dangerous precedent,” said Nadim Houry, deputy Middle East director.“The Interior Ministry may not like what al-Halabi wrote, but that didn’t give them the right to storm into his house and lock him up.” Lebanese Internal Security Forces () stormed Halabi’s home in the early morning hours of May 30, breaking down his front door and arresting him.All current Linn County supervised sex offenders that have the predatory classification are listed on the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Information website. If you have questions regarding convicted sex offenders in Linn County that are under supervision, please contact Linn County Parole and Probation at 541-967-2005 and ask to speak with a member of the sex offender unit.LINN COUNTY PAROLE AND PROBATION SEX OFFENDER SUPERVISION TEAM: Convicted sex offenders who are no longer on supervision are still required by law to keep their address current with the Oregon State Police.They are threatening to produce an alternative promotion video, in which the bitter reality of the lives of Lebanese women is laid bare for horny outsiders to ruminate upon.
There is an argument to say there is little wrong with a country using its natural assets (Lebanon is still poor in resources, and will remain so until the government can agree on what to do with natural gas and oil reserves in the east Mediterranean) to boost its economic draw.
The women were tortured by their traffickers and locked inside two hotels until their rescue last month.
, Lebanon – Lebanese authorities arrested a lawyer and human rights activist, Nabil al-Halabi, on May 30, 2016, over his Facebook posts criticizing government officials. In his Facebook posts, Halabi accused Interior Ministry officials of corruption and possible complicity with people arrested by Internal Security forces on March 27 in connection with sex trafficking of Syrian women.
For information on a sex offender living in Linn County who is no longer on supervision, you may call the Oregon State Police at 503-378-3720 and ask to speak to the Sex Offender Unit.
Marsa is a sexual health center based in Beirut, Lebanon.
The ISF arrested two men and eight women guarding the apartments where the victims were kept, but two other suspects remain at large, according to the statement.