A Diamond’s Eye View of the World

a multi-faceted look at the middle east, and the middle west

finally, the summer ends.

Posted by adiamondinsunlight on October 28, 2006

from today’s IHT:
Summer time ends in Lebanon

BEIRUT, Lebanon Clocks in Lebanon are to be moved back one hour at midnight Saturday, ending seven months of daylight-saving summer time.

This puts Lebanon two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. Standard time remains in effect until the last weekend of March 2007, according to a Cabinet decree.


In Syria, clocks were moved back one hour last month, putting the neighboring country two hours ahead of GMT.


Finally, Lebanon’s summer is officially ended. What a pity the country’s rebuilding cannot be accomplished as easily.


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