Hussein Yacoub writes about the history and possible future of the Lebanese left.
Vijay Prashad writes about the life and work of Mahdi Amel, the well-known Lebanese Marxist intellectual who was assassinated in 1987.
I come from a privileged Francophone community in Lebanon. This has meant that I’ve always seen France as my second home. The streets of Paris are as familiar to me as the streets of Beirut. I was just in Paris a few days ago. These have been two horrible nights. The first took the lives […]
Expressing their deep disappointment at J.K Rowling’s misleading “Culture for Coexistence” letter in The Guardian newspaper, Palestinian fans of Harry Potter have published open letters to the author of our childhood imagination.
Zionism is willing to do whatever it takes to justify its ongoing Settler Colonialism in Palestine
Dr Rima Tarabay tries to shed light on the Lebanese government’s waste management plan.
Some info in what happened in Beirut on Saturday the 22nd of August when peaceful protestors were met with State-sanctioned Savagery