Yeshayahu Leibowitz was a famous Israeli intellectual known for his outspoken opinions on Judaism, ethics, religion and politics. Here’s an interview of his on the topic of “Humanity to Bestiality”
A Chinese man committed suicide due to the working conditions of his job. But he was also a poet.
An exchange, 34 years ago, between an AUB student and Nadia Tueni reveals the Lebanon of beauty and laughter.
The ‘Mixed Feelings’ exhibit highlights stories of Lebanese of African and Asian heritage and their daily struggles.
Kidnapped by ISIS in October 2013, American Aid worker Abdul Rahman Kassig is a ‘soul who walked the walk’, writes Erin Cory.
The Humans of Al Rashidiya Project intends to dispel the numerous myths and stereotypes plaguing Lebanon’s Palestinian society.
The proposed $70 million controversial Fouad Boutros Highway raises more questions than it answers. The Beirut Municipality must be held accountable.
Press Release: 9 Civil Society Organizations condemn decision to not renew residency permits for children of Migrant Workers
Know their names.
“A young Ivorian woman was found dead after having been reportedly pushed off the 6th floor of an apartment in Beirut”
Heritages is the story of Philippe Aractingi and his Franco-Lebanese family as they trace back their own family history and compare, contrast it with the history of Lebanon and the whole region.
“Formerly an underground parking lot, this detention center is now the home of around 800 migrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers”
A list of my favorite movies screened at the 2014 edition of the Lebanese Film Festival
“The worst aspect of the Arabs’ malaise is their refusal to emerge from it, but, if happiness is not in sight, some form of equilibrium at least is possible.”
“Not only is Art7ake the product of an unusually creative mind but it is also very appealing.”
“It’s a Reading Movie giving voice to a man whose life and death are now symbols of Palestinian resistance: Vittorio Arrigoni.”
“Lebanon’s LGBTIQ population can be legally targeted under the now-notorious Article 534”
“Because they want to see the sea, we can’t see the sky anymore”
“To further its vision of showcasing and promoting as best as it can the local talent”, the Musical Collective “Beirut Open Stage” has launched its online platform.
Lebanon’s first teenager-only short movie about Lebanon