Corruption

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.
Safia Mahdi
In conjunction with the widespread uprisings around the world condemning racial discrimination against minorities, more division and discrimination practices deepen within the Yemeni society.
Badia Fahs
“My daughter and I live together happily and freely thousands of miles away from Iran. As for Mansouri, he was also thousands of miles away from Iran, but he died alone, miserable and humiliated. This does not mean that I am satisfied with the way his life ended, for I would have preferred to see him subjected to a fair trial, with me as a witness”.
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?”
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…
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
In light of the country’s and AUB’s struggles as of late, all of this serves to question, if AUB doesn’t represent its student’s best interests, then who exactly does it represent?
Mohammad Fares
These are the facts of an incident narrated to me by a former employee of one of the companies owned by Rami Makhlouf; the maternal cousin of President Bashar al-Assad. The former employee refused to reveal his identity for personal reasons.
Mohammad Bassiki
Makhlouf’s debut on social media shows that the official outreach channels with the regime, including al-Assad himself and the actual decision-makers have closed, or at best no longer reachable…
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
Buildups and conflicts of interest between Asma Al-Assad and Rami Makhlouf, have led the latter to break the silence and send a direct warning to the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad.
Lyas Hallas
The spoiled fuel scandal is a result of the commercial practices of the “Sonatrach” executives in collusion with Lebanese merchants, both of which were condoned by the relevant authorities in both Algeria and Lebanon.
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