The Independent’s 2013 “Pink List” has 14 names on it. Whistle-blower Chelsea (Bradley) Manning, “It gets better”‘s Dan Savage and the fearless Masha Gessen are on…
I participated today in the حق لي ولأسرتي (my right, my family’s right) protest organized by the Lebanese Women’s Right to Nationality and Full Citizenship NGO.
We seculars don’t often get our voice heard, but when we do we sure know how to make a point.
Warning: Let me please start by saying that the video is graphic, so please keep that in mind if you want to watch it.
Three very sophisticated Lebanese women clearly thought this was an appropriate costume for Halloween.
I spotted this gorgeous piece of art by I Leaf Art and couldn’t help sharing it.
Yalla, here we go again. We took a little break, but now Humans of Lebanon is back.
The following is a recording of a call made by a Tripolian man to the police to report armed men blocking the road.
A story from within. On the 23rd of August, two bombs exploded in Tripoli. 47 were killed, and over 500 wounded.
Humanity at its best. Courtesy of UNHCR, a very touching short video and great witness to a family’s kind heart.
When reason, logic and actual arguments fail, what can we rely on to maintain our homophobia?
A group of Nile Crocodiles were reportedly found in Beirut River today.
We were around 120-150 people to join the protest calling for justice for Roula on Sunday the 21st of July.
The Lebanese Psychiatric Society has just released a statement saying that Homosexuality is not a mental disorder.
Lebanese moviegoers will notice that in Marc Foster’s “World War Z“, a scene in which a Mossad agent talks about an anti-zombie wall has been censored.
I’m just writing this small post to declare my support for the Lebanese Army in their fight against the murderer Ahmad Al-Assir.
The following is the full report of Human Rights Watch’s 2013 Report on Lebanon.
“Why do I have the impression that the rest of the country does not realize that Tripoli is part of Lebanon?”
It really does say it all, doesn’t it, when the municipal chief of Dekwaneh cites his personal beliefs to justify the crime of violating the rights…