Marwa Saab
Being a foreigner in Lebanon means you will suffer even after you die. As is the case for Rawan, who was born in Beirut, yet denied the right to be buried there.
Diana Moukalled
The calamity and trauma of the families searching for their missing ones were undoubtedly the most horrific matter in the bloody scene of Beirut. The city woke up to total devastation that conjured up the image of the World War II cities in ruins. The devastation seemed shocking and traumatic in a way the city had never seen before in all its hard-to-count calamities and wars.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني