Beirut Port Blast

Olivia Shabb
In the end of the day, it’s just another person getting off a plane on a Tuesday, in Boston or Istanbul or Manama or Paris or Dubai, straining for equanimity in the savagery of forced reinvention. As generations of Lebanese have had to do before us.
Diana Moukalled
Lilian Chaito is a double victim. She is a victim of the Beirut port explosion and she is the victim of an archaic patriarchal system, which prevents her from seeing her son and traveling for treatment in Turkey…
Myriam Sweidan
Some 30 Kenyans sleep outside the Kenyan consulate demanding to go home. As Lebanon is virtually bankrupt, thousands of female foreign workers have been abandoned. They often have not been paid for months.
Myriam Sweidan
According to the International Rescue Committee, 30,000 women became unemployed following the Beirut port explosion. According to UN Women, 51 percent of those affected concern women-headed households. Here is the story of three of them.
Daraj
The systematic campaign against Judge Bitar was accompanied by a number of fraudulent maneuvers in which the ruling forces managed to evade punishment and to disrupt and obstruct the investigation.
Diana Moukalled
The battle against the Beirut Port investigation has never been so blatantly straightforward as it is today. Hezbollah has decided to use the families of the victims in a way that militants use human shields at the heart of the battlefield.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني