Beirut is taking part in the Global Week for Syria Festival organized by Syrian Music Lives
Nadia Tueni meets a student, Haitham Haddad, from the American University of Beirut (AUB) who talks to her about his love for music and his hatred of war.
‘Assalamu Aleykum’, he starts followed by a cheerful audience replying ‘wa’aleykum el asalam’. This is how Dr Mads Gilbert chose to start what would end up…
Beautiful video of a Lebanese woman dancing to the tune of a Oud in 1980
20 years ago, one French humorist trio mocked Lebanon’s Sectarianism and territorial conflicts.
My response to a pathetic piece that appeared in Al Nahar on “Hamra turning Syrian”
An exchange, 34 years ago, between an AUB student and Nadia Tueni reveals the Lebanon of beauty and laughter.