Tomorrow is a real Festival all around Lebanon especially in the South and in the Southern Suburbs of Beirut.Lebanese and Palestinian families are waiting for their beloved to be freed after long long years of imprisonment in the Israeli jails.It's another Victory for the Resistance in Lebanon after the victory in 2006.
how r the preparations gng for this big day? here's a report from the AFP.

Hizbullah is speeding up preparations in South of Lebanon to celebrate a prisoner swap with Israel. A worker at the media affairs office of the resistance movement in the town of Nabatieh said hundreds of volunteers have been hanging banners throughout the South to praise Hizbullah's role in having secured the exchange. Israel's Cabinet last month approved a deal for the release of five Lebanese prisoners, the remains of Hizbullah fighters and a number of Palestinians in exchange for Israeli troops Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev.
Hizbullah captured the two Israelis in a cross-border raid on July 12, 2006, causing Israel to launch a devastating 34-day war that killed more than 1,200 people in Lebanon, mostly civilians, and 160 Israelis, mostly soldiers.
The decorations adorn the coastal road all the way from the Israeli border up to the southern port city of Sidon.
"We are a people who will not abandon our detainees in prison," and "Thanks to the weapons of the resistance, we will free our prisoners," read slogans taken from speeches by Hizbullah secretary general Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.
On roads leading to the crossing point in Naqoura on the border with Israel, the group has hung Lebanese flags and yellow Hizbullah banners.
In Nabatieh, Hizbullah has prepared 200 coffins for the remains of fallen fighters that Israel is to turn over, the official said.
Celebrations are set to take place on the day of the swap in Sidon's Martyrs Square, the site of a mass grave of 200 people killed during Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon. -


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