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The Marriage of Minors in Lebanon: Between the Rule of Sects and the State’s Incompetence

The Marriage of Minors in Lebanon: Between the Rule of Sects and the State’s Incompetence

"I don't want to live with him, I want to study and live with my family"...

Occasional Crimes: Violent Episodes Hidden in Lebanon

Occasional Crimes: Violent Episodes Hidden in Lebanon

This report explore a number of episodes connecting Lebanon’s "occasional crimes" and going deeper beneath the "ridiculous" rationalizations to find the real causes...

Lebanon's Upcoming Parliamentary Elections Candidates: Hope or Illusion?

Lebanon's Upcoming Parliamentary Elections Candidates: Hope or Illusion?

The proportional representation system which Lebanon is applying for the first time has spurred a host of young candidates to run for parliamentary elections, scheduled…

Framing Ziad Itani:  Accusations of Treason to Control the Lebanese People

Framing Ziad Itani: Accusations of Treason to Control the Lebanese People

A little over three months after actor Ziad Itani was arrested and accused of "communicating and collaborating with the Israeli enemy", the story turned out…

Hezbollah's Latest: Video Game Defending Shiite Shrines in Syria

Hezbollah's Latest: Video Game Defending Shiite Shrines in Syria

Lebanese political party and militant group Hezbollah has launched a video game similar to the likes of Call of Duty and Medal of Honor. The…

Meet the Arab Athletes at the PyeongChang Olympics

Meet the Arab Athletes at the PyeongChang Olympics

The Arab world hardly welcomes snow, yet skiers from Lebanon and Morocco have competed in the 23rd Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. Some 2900 athletes have…

Millennials and Specialty Coffee: a Story, a Saga and a Love Affair

Millennials and Specialty Coffee: a Story, a Saga and a Love Affair

Specialty coffee shops offer a different experience to customers, here is what they promise and why they are popular

Lebanese Elections and the Disarmament of Hezbollah: the Ultimate Test

Lebanese Elections and the Disarmament of Hezbollah: the Ultimate Test

After the 2005 assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Al-Hariri, the Lebanese society was divided over Hezbollah and its firepower, either supporting the March 8 Alliance…

Is Oppression on the Rise in Lebanon Or Is It Just More Apparent?

Is Oppression on the Rise in Lebanon Or Is It Just More Apparent?

”It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence…

How Political Islam Schools Shape New Generations in Lebanon?

How Political Islam Schools Shape New Generations in Lebanon?

As the Islamic movements started to spread across the Arab world in the early 1970s, a number of educational institutions affiliated to political Islam were…