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Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
To backdrop of his people’s empty fridges, dark homes, and numerous suicides on account of devastating poverty… whilst Lebanese youth waste their days slaving at jobs they have stopped getting paid for months back, PM Hassan Diab believes he deserves to be paid his salary, in fresh money, five years in advance.
Nasser Yassin
The Lebanese lifestyle is going to be moved to a whole new level that we have not witnessed for decades. Many purchases and services that the Lebanese are accustomed to will be a thing of the past …
Eman Adel- Egyptian journalist
“Any girl who wants to be like Sara Hegazi has to be exiled from Egypt..” The videos of the Egyptian pornstar, Sherif Taliani, attacking the late activist Sara Hegazi, were nothing short of a resounding failure for the concepts and standards of manhood.
Pascale Sawma
If you are familiar with what Beirut looks like at night, the sight of it nowadays is disturbing. Spending time in its streets these days will immediately narrate a sadness that is surrounding everything. Even if you tried to search, you would not find a single laugh emerging without immediately being followed by worry from the few diners and cafe guests.
Marwa Saab
Zeina was sitting out on the street, on a narrow sidewalk that did not provide any space for her stuff, without a bathroom or a shelter to protect her. “The Madam did not let me take my three bags. She also took my phone that I had bought from my salary, as well as my passport…”
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
Many questions remain unanswered by the “Caesar Act”, the one supposedly directed against the Syrian regime. Among the most significant ones is: “Does the Caesar Act have the ability to disturb the Syrian Regime’s military machinery and its security grip, since it has been labelled the Civilians Protection Law?”
Nawzat Shamdeen
The Popular Mobilization Forces have banned the purchasing and selling of real estate in the Nineveh plains and regions within Mosul city without their knowledge or prior consent. This investigation explains the details of this supremacy and its aftermath…
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
It is incredibly disheartening, to see those angrily expressing their solidarity with the US at the moment, but who wouldn’t speak a word towards migrant domestic worker justice.
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
The current rift between Bashar al-Assad and his wife on the one hand, and Rami Makhlouf on the other hand, raises questions about the regime’s ability to liquidate Makhlouf…
Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
Hisham Talaat and Mohsen al-Sukkari live free today, because no one cares about seeking justice for a woman about whom many rumors were spread, after enough time has passed for people to forget all about her. So sure, allow the contractor to return to his stature, and release the murderous officer from prison..
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