Yalla, here we go again. We took a little break, but now Humans of Lebanon is back.
By Joey Ayoub Humans of Lebanon was started as a sort of unofficial sequel to Humans of Beirut. What we do is simple: we post photographs, amateur and professional alike, of human beings in Lebanon. Anyone can participate. If you feel you have something important to share, please send us
The war drums are beating again. Yesterday, The Telegraph ‘reported‘ that Iran is “strenghtening ties with al-Qaeda”, according to “intelligence chiefs” in yet another among hundreds of ‘reports’ of sudden discoveries of Iran’s secret ambitions. This is all too familiar for us Arabs. 10 years ago, Brian Whitaker wrote in The
By Joey Ayoub Today we celebrate Darwin’s 203rd birthday and in his honor I will try and explain why I do not tolerate creationism. I received quite a few attacks – and even threats – in recent times by creationists who ask me to be more ‘open’ to the idea
by Joey Ayoub Lila Aacharya left Nepal hoping to make a better life for her two young daughters. Two months later her body was flown home. Lila’s case exposes the toll of human trafficking – from her attempt to escape the poverty of her village in the Himalayan foothills to
By Joey Ayoub “This Friday Night, Be Sinkara or Milenga.. Be Soumatra or Domma.. Create your own Maid Costume, Speak Like them and look like a Philippino, Bengladish, Sri Lanka or any maid you want and definitely win 100$ in cash. They do work all the month to get it..
by Joey Ayoub I sent an e-mail to Prof. Noam Chomsky almost a year ago on the 28th of March, 2011 and received a reply less than 2 hours later. Dear Prof. Chomsky, First of all, I’d like to thank you for everything you’ve done, you’ve really been an eye-opener