Tag: Equality

Photo from LeProgres.fr

Homophobia in Lyon

In Lyon. A couple of days ago, we were passing by the Opera where we saw about 250 people protesting the Gay marriage proposition

Image from Michael Goldfarb/MSF

Misery beyond the War Zone

Medecins Sans Frontieres’ head in Lebanon, Fabio Forgione, gave a presentation entitled “Misery beyond the War Zone: Life for Syrian Refugees and Displaced Population in Lebanon”

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Civil Marriage in Lebanon [Infographic]

Many, including myself, see Civil Marriage as being Lebanon’s natural next step on its way to becoming a more open, equal and secular society.

A Lebanese couple weds in a civil ceremony in Cyprus. Lebanon’s grand mufti has spoken out against civil marriage. (AFP photo, text and photo taken from Now.mmedia.me)

Why the Mufti should shut up

The Grand Mufti of Lebanon proclaimed: “There are predators lurking among us, trying to sow the bacteria of civil marriage in Lebanon” he said. “Any Muslim” he continues “with legal or executive authority in Lebanon who supports the legalization of civil marriage is an apostate and outside the religion of


Why Ali Matters

Ali Abdallah passed away yesterday night.


What slavery looks like

by Joey Ayoub This picture was uploaded on the Anti-Racism Movement’s Facebook page by Gary Lian. What more powerful reminder do we need? the conditions that migrant workers have to go through in Lebanon are horrific, barbaric and disgusting. Here is the description: “I took this picture today. It’s the

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Carole Sakr on Lebanon

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