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Diana Moukalled
Lebanese Writer and Journalist

Leaked Pegasus data show how the phones of Latifa, Haya and people close to them were targeted following their daring escapes from Dubai. While Haya resides in Britain where she fights for custody over her children, very little known is about Latifa after she was forcibly brought back to Dubai

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Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
The already bleak prospects of the Syrian economy have worsened in recent months with the Lebanese crisis, the enactment of the Caesar Act and now the coronavirus pandemic. This paper examines their impact on the Syrian economy and the population at large.

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Daraj
Celebrating Saied’s unconstitutional decisions is a dangerous signal, as is Ghannouchi’s choice to opt for a confrontation in the streets. Will the army remain idle?
Hazem El Amin
The crime in Karbala exists in parallel with the crime in Jerusalem, just as the latter exists in parallel with the crime of the Abraham Accords, which authorized the Israeli settler to steal in Sheikh Jarrah.
Ann Dismorr – Gisèle Khoury
Dedicated journalists and other media staff in Lebanon must be able to carry out their important work keeping the public informed throughout these multiple crises, in an open atmosphere free from repression.

More investigations

nirij
How did armed groups operating under the cover of the Popular Mobilization Forces manage to impose fear through a series of assassinations? Here is a detailed investigation into 2020 assassination of journalist Ahmed Abdel Samad.
Daraj
This investigation reveals children were trained in weapon use in Iranian camps in Syria and Lebanon under the banner of the Imam al-Mahdi Scouts, which serves as a bridge to militias affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Wissam Assouad
A heartfelt eyewitness account of August 4, 2020. Wissam was with his friends in Karantina until an hour before the explosion. Moments later, he rushed back to a scene of utter devastation to see if any of them were still alive.
Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
Will there be a day, when we feel less compelled to look over our shoulder – or at our phones – with fear and suspicion? Is it really possible we will feel safe at home again?
Hiwa Othman
Thirty years later, corruption is still rife in Kurdistan, and the wealth is controlled by the political elite. The Peshmerga forces are still divided between Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, despite the parties’ promises to unify them.
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Be “Dangerous”, Not SilentMisogyny is rooted in our societies, both legally and culturally. “She’s Dangerous” chose to confront these issues with comedy…

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Ghalia Al Alwani is a Syrian academic living in Beirut, Lebanon. In this video she expresses how in the aftermath of the Beirut Port Explosion, like many of the youth that were still in the country, she has lost hope in any change. She explains that the corrupt ruling class in Lebanon don’t prioritize the youth, which is why many of them leave.

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لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني