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- Lebanese Interior Minister parties at the beach while security forces shoot at protesters 1 week ago The Lebanese people are waking up, they are taking the streets united by the stench of the trash accumulating in the streets due to the dysfunction of their government and corruption of their representatives. The Lebanese people have taken to the … Continue reading →
- الشعب اللبناني يتحد ضد فساد النظام - آراء بالصوت والصورة 1 week ago لا يمكن قول الكثير وأنا أشاهد المشاهد المؤلمة والمشجعة من شاشة في بلد الإغتراب، ولكن سوف أضع الشعب اللبناني يتكلم عن نفسه عبر تسجيلات جمعتها في الساعة الأربع...
- Police brutality vs. civil rights activists in Lebanon 2 weeks ago Police brutality is not new against protesters who stir the steady waters in Lebanon and defy the political regime. Police brutality is not unique to Lebanon, not even to the Arab world. Countries like the United States that take pride … Continue reading →
- Support Green Glass Recycling Initiative for Lebanon 10 months ago It was the summer of 2013, I was on a short visit to Lebanon. I woke up early, drove to the industrial area of Abou Mizane in Bickfaya to meet a man who inspired me through a TedX talk. I was … Continue reading →
- Gebran Bassil: Pimp or Foreign Affairs Minister? 13 months ago The Lebanese Minister Gebran Bassil in on top of a delegation to the United States, mainly tasked to present the Lebanese stance to the United Nations on the war against ISIS. Gebran Bassil is not the first foreign affairs minister … Continue reading →
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