- published: 18 Jan 2010
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in this video ofcorse fahed and kareem and ali and abdelsalam and bahjet and bassem and it was in our school TRIPOLI COLLEGE in libya/tripoli all those boys which i wrote there name are in gread 10
Living in Tripoli, Libya, a pleasure in the 60's. I Went to School at the Oasis Oil Companies School (Founded in the 1960's, Oil Companies School (OCS) in Tripoli, Libya, which was attended by children of the group of internationals employed by oil companies and oilfiled service companies such as Esso, Shell, Halliburton, etc.) Memories of the beautiful Mediterranean, mysteries of the Old City, shopping in the soukhs, majestic Roman ruins of Leptis Magna and Sabratha, fascinating stories of Berber tribes, Tuaregs, and the Barbary pirates - all this and much more made Giorgimpopoli (international suburb of Tripoli, Libya) an amazing place to grow up. Eating breakfast on Sundays at Wheelus, swimming at the beach club, bowling at the Bowlerina, getting a burger at Guy's & Joe's...... Ghib...
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This video shows how we see our lovely city and how we want it to be in the future. Students in Azm school are participating in a competition organized by IEA (International Education Association) which motivates students to fix some of their everyday problems using the Raspberry Pi. Azm School students are striving to fix 4 problems in their city by using the Raspberry Pi in a smart and effective way.
Tripoli, the second largest city in Lebanon, has suffered many wars in recent history as well as spill over from the war in Syria. Amidst the war and chaos one kickboxing academy – the Black Dragon – has been set up to give children and young people a place to train and focus on things other than war. The school has almost 150 registered students. Fifteen year old Omar Abdul-Kader tells MEE that kickboxing is a great way to make friends and develop new skills. Student Mohamad Khador says that the training and fighting helps him stay calm and focus on thoughts of self-control and discipline as the war swirls around them. Even when war descends on Tripoli the students say they can distract themselves from thoughts of war by thinking about their training schedules and next sparring sess...
This video is provided by penny Anderson. Its a collection from her family's time in Tripoli, Libya 1967-68. There are scenes from Tripoli, Giorgenpopoli Beach (those were the days...) and of course our beloved International school Tripoli College. The picture on the video clip is of us doing our cheerleading practices before the big Baketball game between our TC guys and the team from the OCS (Oil Company School). I am the fourth from the front. Penny is the Head Cheerleader and in #1 position.
Amazing harlem shake in my school