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Gerban Bassil

Charbel EL-Khoury
President Michel Aoun expressed his deepest sorrows in his comments on the Akkar massacre, as did his son-in-law Gebran Bassil. But will they also express regrets that it is their representatives protecting Akkar’s smugglers? And will they agree to lifting immunity if necessary?
Pascale Sawma
The Bisri Dam project has finally been toppled, thanks to activists who refused to sleep and stuck to their guns, declining access to the building machinery into the valley that would launch the project. They fought for their valley, the health of their children, and for their life, the opposite of what the dam would have done for them.
Charbel EL-Khoury
It seems that the president, who has always publicly hurled swear words around, has changed his mind and does not appreciate insults anymore. As he grew older and became the president, he became more “decent” as well, and now General Michel Aoun cannot stand any criticism, nor annoying questions.
Hazem El Amin
It is the Corona stage of the Lebanese collapse. Corona’s service in the context of this collapse is in full swing, and in fact this epidemic has included us under other afflicted societies, after we’d been alone on a decline.
Hazem El Amin
Looking at what is happening in Lebanon, with the influx of Aounists onto the stage, one gets a sense not so much of an imminent collapse as an unavoidable ending.
Hazem El Amin
Welcome to the era of Gebran Bassil, Lebanon’s Trump.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني