Micheal Aoun

Rami El-Amin
Prosecutor Ghada Aoun is doing a great job going after the heads of “the Lebanon cartel,” including BDL Governor Riad Salameh. Yet, she has never filed charges against President Michel Aoun and his clique, while there is a close link between them and Salameh: Cedrus Bank.
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.
Ali Nour
In the Pandora Papers, the name of the advisor to the President of the Lebanese Republic, Amal Abu Amal Zaid, is associated with the co-founder and director of “Agon Holding S.A.”, a company that was registered in the Virgin Islands on June 1, 2007.
Farah Shaqir
As the country is sinking, people are fleeing the ship. Until the end of August some 260,000 passports were issued. Do they smile in the photo? Where are they going? And who do they leave behind?  
Diana Moukalled
It has been a year since the Beirut port explosion ripped through the city. While there are still more questions than answers, justice and accountability remain a distant dream.
Myriam Sweidan
As a consequence of the unprecedented currency crisis, Lebanon is falling hungry. And the worst is yet to come …
Hazem El Amin
The news of the Ceylon tea incident might have been less complicated but more striking than other news, since it was chosen to be announced by the National News Agency (NNA). A clear-cut piece of news, no beating around the bush! The tea that had been donated to the blast victims was distributed to the officers and elements of the Presidential Guard brigade.
Alia Ibrahim
Michel Aoun seems to be focused on a single matter that concerns nobody else but him, which is the ‘injustice’ directed at him, his faction, his son-in-law, and his family. He’s playing the role of the leader of a country that is about to die on its 100th birthday. This Lebanese shallowness is what ended up allowing Macron’s star to shine…
Hazem El Amin
You, Mr. Macron, came to tell us that we were the ones who had elected Hezbollah, and so we will have to live with its weapons! You yourself however, do not practice what you preach. All of Europe has classified Hezbollah’s military wing as a terrorist organization, and yet we live under the rule of the party’s military wing. Why should you be entitled to what we are not entitled to? How can the elections, held under the supervision of this military faction, be fair?
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.
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