Michael Jackson at Continue reading “sOuRa mEn aRiBo…”
List of events that occurred in Saida between March 2012 and June 2013 involving Continue reading “Saida – Timeline Of Events”
How many times did you hear people describing Ahmad Al-Assir as a “funny guy”, or “He talks the reality about Hezbollah”, or “Leave him in peace, he is harmless”? How many times you gave him credits JUST because you disagree with the politics of Hezbollah, Bachar El Assad, Michel Aoun or the March 8th movement? How many times did Ahmad Al-Assir trespass the red line in many of his speeches and no one raised his voice to stop him?
All of you are responsible, I will name you one by one
Continue reading “The Rise of Ahmad Al-Assir – You Are All Guilty”
This term is somehow misunderstood within the Lebanese population. Bloggers, activists, politicians and other individuals striving for a certain cause Continue reading “What is “Freedom of Expression”?”
The same incidents that are taking place this year in the northern part of the Bekaa happened couple of months prior to the 1975 Lebanese war. At that time, many Continue reading “Bekaa – Please Smoke What You Grow”
There are no specific guidelines for banning international publications in Lebanon. It just happens for a particular issue based on the sensitivity of its content.
Got my hand on the list of the banned magazines for this month, Continue reading “Banned Magazines in Lebanon”
Almaza was named #1 beer in the Middle East and North Africa by CNN report; despite the fact of competing in a very “dry” region of the world with few Arab countries Continue reading “Almaza Beer: #1 in the Middle East”
This photo was taken from the menu of a well-known restaurant in Byblos. Usually, I order on the fly without looking at the menu, but I was funnily shocked when I Continue reading “Woman Abuse Gets to Restaurants”