Lebanon – Should it be Devil, Deep Blue Sea… or Russia?
Lebanon, as so often in the past, is facing mortal danger. Saudi Arabia is putting great pressure on the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, a powerful but controversial figure […]
Syria and Lebanon defeating the ISIS terrorists
Whatever the West may think, and no matter what the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri may say publicly, the Lebanese army, in clear coordination with Hezbollah (which is outlawed in […]
Hezbollah and Syrian Army finishing off terrorists from al-Nusra
It came unexpectedly, rapidly and with great force: on 21 July 2016, Hezbollah in Lebanon and the Syrian army from their side, in unison, attacked positions of the malevolent terrorist […]
Hezbollah’s ‘narco-jihad’: Propaganda on drugs
When it comes to America’s sensational narco-demonisation of Hezbollah in the interest of both financial and physical war, the hypocrisy is clear as day. On 8 June 2017, the […]
How not to write about Beirut
As each new batch of Beirut-happy articles purports to destroy preconceived notions about the Lebanese capital, loads more notions requiring destruction are created in the process. For journalists, travel […]
Lebanon: Hedonism and War
Palestinian refugee camps are up in flames, across the country, a result of the disputes between the rival factions, but also of ‘unsavory’ influences from abroad. As everyone knows here, […]
Lebanon: another president in the country’s never-ending crisis?
After a political deadlock that has lasted for over two years, the recent election of Michel Aoun as the new president of Lebanon on October 31st 2016 has generated more […]