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- Is violence in Lebanon inherited? 1 month ago We want to believe that we are not prisoners of our ethnic histories, but the reality is that we are. A few days ago, Lebanese basketball fans and those who follow Lebanese news were consumed by the fight that broke up on … Continue reading →
- Open letter to Lebanese Minister of Youth and Sports: Empower the youth, do not punish them 1 month ago Enough has been already said about the last basketball game between “Al 7ikmah” and “Al Riyadi”, the rivals since the day I was born. Such hooliganism is not new to Lebanon, in fact it is not unique to Lebanon. It exists in UK, Spain, Scotland, Colombia, Argentina and … Continue...
- Dance to the sound of the Lebanese Cedar 2 months ago To the Lebanese people, the cedar is more than a tree, it is a symbol of identity and national pride. While the Lebanese diverge and disagree on all other aspects of their identity, Muslims and Christians, left and right, March … Continue reading →
- Pornography of Suffering: The Lebanese Media version 3 months ago Your wants, desires, needs and wishes Will be duly noted Processed, filed, and cataloged, labeled, and encoded Turned into sitcom dialog and advertising slogans We’ve got a box to put in your brain Hard wired for downloading All the secrets … Continue reading →
- I'm coming home mom and dad. Don't let them scare you! 5 months ago “Mom, dad! I am planning to come spend at least a month in Lebanon this summer. I am so excited to see you.” Mother : “Ya habibi! We miss you so much. I cannot wait to hug you and smell … Continue reading →
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