Stop Doubting The Revolution!

We're close to a month now since the Revolution started and some people are still living in denial, trying to find excuses to undermine one of the largest protest movement in Lebanon's history. Roads are still getting closed as we speak, protesters are still filling squares, Martyrs Square and Riad El Solh are still buzzing with people while our leaders are on a different planet. In fact, If last week proved anything, it is that…

Lebanese-Born Roula Khalaf First Ever Female Top Editor of Financial Times

The Financial times has appointed its first female editor in 131 years, as Roula Khalaf is set to replace Lionel Barber who is stepping down as editor after 14 years. Ms Khalaf has been the paper’s deputy editor since 2016 become the FT‘s first female editor at the start of 2020. Born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, and educated in the United States at Syracuse University and Columbia University, Ms. Khalaf has served as the…

Reviving Beirut’s Grand Theatre with a Live Cello Concert

A Cello concert was organized yesterday at Riad el Solh square facing the Grand Théâtre de Beyrouth in an attempt to revive this abandoned and forgotten gem. Here are some pictures and videos I got my hands on from the concert. Le Grand Théâtre de Beirut is one of the last remaining relics of pre-war Beirut. This landmark building was built in the late 1930s and was a venue for performances of all kinds from…

Why Tuesday’s Parliamentary Session Must NOT Take Place

I'm sure many of you are still wondering what this amnesty law everyone is arguing over about? And why are people calling for cancelling Tuesday's parliamentary session? Don't we want the MPs to go down and pass anti-corruption laws? The answer is simple: YES we want the parliament to convene but not to pass another state-sponsored amnesty law that will pardon their crimes like they did in 1991. The currently proposed amnesty law is disastrous…
Critiques

What Will Make This Revolution Succeed?

3 weeks ago
While some are figuring out ways to try and foil the revolution, by either coming up with conspiracy theories and sending out negative vibes, I think it is important to look at the factors that ...
Baladi

In Pictures: All Politicians’ Posters Removed from Tripoli

4 weeks ago
The revolution is still alive and kicking after three weeks and Tripolitans are still stealing the show and showing everyone else how it’s done. Two days ago, they “cleaned” their city from all the political ...
Critiques

National News Agency is now Spreading Fake News

4 weeks ago
The presumably trust-worthy National News Agency shared an article today claiming that international organization have warned Lebanon after noticing kids aged 18 and less taking part in the protests. Annahar and other portals also published ...
Critiques

#LebanonRevolution: Lebanon Witnesses Largest Student-Led Protest Today

1 month ago
Thousands of school and university students skipped school and took the streets brandishing Lebanese flags and chanting slogans demanding the removal of the corrupt political class. While most universities and schools were supportive of these ...
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