Rule of Law

Rule of Law

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In light of yesterday's Lebanese Forces post, I thought I would introduce you to Amal land:Home of Imam Musa Sadr and Hard Rock Cafe:More...

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For those unfamiliar, the Forces were once a militia:And hanging militia logos on public property is a very common practice because most Lebanese parties...

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For decades, Lebanese politics has been ruled by a small group of men. So why not get some fresh faces in government?This seemed to...

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I've watched several television interviews where MP Gemayel describes "an unprovoked attack" on his convoy by a crowd of people armed with "sticks and...

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SourceHours after today's protest against parliament's unconstitutional extension, activists were assaulted at an NGO by MP Nadim Gemayel's bodyguards, say witnesses and journalists on the scene...

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Today's match in Tripoli's soccer stadium went largely unwatched.Thousands of seats were empty:The only fans in sight could be counted on one hand:Fearing violence...

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Hours after Lebanon's most blatantly sectarian electoral law passed a parliamentary committee, a crowd of activists had organized a rally in protest. Opposition to the...

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For much of this afternoon, a luxury residential apartment building was transformed into a pollution spewing factory fit for a Charles Dickens novel.It created...

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I've experienced many disturbing episodes in the corporate-owned and operated space known as Beirut Central District (BCD) or "Downtown." I've been banned from taking pictures...