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Wait a second Mr. Jumblatt


In an interview with Egyptian Magazine, MP Walid Jumblatt said: “I don’t classify the Nusra Front as a terrorist organisation, because in Nusra Front there are Syrian citizens who were forced to join it due to the Syrian regime terrorism”. Jumblatt…
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Où son mes filles ? Noyées ?


In August 1989, at dawn, Syrian gunners tried to sink a vessel that used to shuttle people between the port of Jounieh and port of Larnaca in Cuprus. They fired dozens of rockets into the sea. Two Lebanese sisters, aged…
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Where were you on April 13, 1975?


Many tweeted the past 2 days about April 13, 1975. Others wrote on their Facebook pages and blogs. Many of them where too young to remember that day or were born after it. Those who remember it, will never forget…
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The Flower Seller

Fatima the Flower Seller

The Flower Seller paintings was painted in 1941 and depicts a young woman kneeling with a very large bundle of calalilies. In Lebanon we have different flower sellers. Ours are young kids who are forced to sell flowers on the…
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The Battle of Zahle 1981 – 2015


I still remember the day when Zahle battle began. I was a young man spending the summer with my family in what will become in the future as a major Ski resort. I was in Oyoun el Siman. It is…
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THE LEBANESE CITIZENSHIP PETITION: 1 minute that might change lives


Lets go guys. Lebanese who are outside Lebanon … lets all sign this petition. “If you are of Lebanese descent, and you believe that ALL people of Lebanese descent all over the world should be able to register their marriages…
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Hariri, Erdogan and moderate voices


Former Prime Minister Saad Harriri and Turkish PresidentRecep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed their support for moderation in the face of Islamist extremism roiling the Middle East during a meeting Wednesday in Ankara.The meeting, which took place at the newly constructed presidential…
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Follow Up: Human Rights defenders on trial for denouncing torture in Lebanon

CLDH representatives on trial

The first public court session of CLDH representatives Marie Daunay and Wadih Al-Asmar was held Yesterday in front of Judge Elias Khoury (Publication Court of Baabda) in the presence of NGOs,  the European Union, embassies and United Nations representatives, showing their support to the two…
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Surprise Surprise


According to Times of Israel, an annual report delivered recently to the US Senate by James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence, removed Iran and Hezbollah from its list of terrorism threats. The unclassified version of the Worldwide Threat Assessment of…
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Another example of Lebanese racism …..


Mother day is coming up and what a Lebanese should buy his mother as a gift? According to a Lebanese company, the best gift is a slave and they have deals on Kenyans and Ethiopians maids. A friend of mine…
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