Kidnapped by ISIS in October 2013, American Aid worker Abdul Rahman Kassig is a ‘soul who walked the walk’, writes Erin Cory.
New exhibit highlights struggle of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage
The 'Mixed Feelings' exhibit highlights stories of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage and their daily struggles.
The Humans of Al Rashidiya Project intends to dispel the numerous myths and stereotypes plaguing Lebanon’s Palestinian society.
Russell Tribunal on Palestine accuses Israel of War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity and Incitement to Genocide
An overview of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine: Israel guilty of War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity and Incitement to Genocide.
The proposed $70 million controversial Fouad Boutros Highway raises more questions than it answers. The Beirut Municipality must be held accountable.
The banning of porn websites reveals the institutionalized carelessness that plagues the way the Lebanese authorities deal with their constituents
Press Release: 9 Civil Society Organizations condemn decision to not renew residency permits for children of Migrant Workers
You encage two million people into 140 square miles. You are surprised when the people create tunnels to smuggle goods, to resist. You bomb hospitals, you…