Last week, Forbes released a list enumerating the trending international destinations for fall and winter travel.
On that list, Beirut and Tel Aviv were mentioned as top cities to visit, respectively - a matter which annoyed some Lebanese people, especially well-followed digital media company, Beirut.com.
Even though one of Israel's top and oldest newspapers, Haaretz, mistook Beirut.com for being a Lebanese travel company - which perplexed them regarding how a "Beirut travel firm" would choose "nationalism over business" - it was the online reactions that took the prize.
When Beirut.com's tweet got its way around Twitter, Tel Aviv wanted to prove to Lebanon that it has nothing but love for Beirut... or maybe not.
With one single Israeli tweep, @TheMossadIL, launching the sarcastic hashtag #TelAvivLovesBeirut, Twitter was sent into a frenzy of back and forth tweets.
However, it didn't take much for Lebanese Twitter users to be triggered.
The hashtag alone represented to the Lebanese the ultimate Israeli hypocrisy, and what they had to say was the following: