Protesters in Beirut run from Internal Security Forces on Sunday, December 15. (Lujain Jo)
Aoun postpones consultations to name new PM in wake of violence

BEIRUT: Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Monday postponed the parliamentary consultations to select a new.

Rights groups condemn attack by security forces near Berri’s Beirut home

BEIRUT: Rights groups Wednesday condemned an overnight attack by security forces on a convoy of.

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For Free: Where you can get help and help others in Lebanon during these difficult times

Through independent initiatives, Lebanese citizens have taken it upon themselves to provide the basic needs.

A sign that reads "Let us protest in a civilized way so that you don't have an excuse to kill us."(Mohamed Azakir/Reuters/Al Jazeera) violent in the Lebanese protests
Non-violence will carry the Lebanese revolution forward

Revolutions are hardly ever associated with non-violence, especially when they intend to overthrow an authoritarian.

Women protest as part of the October 17 Revolution (AP / Hassan Ammar)
Women are on the frontlines of the Lebanese protests

The women of the Lebanese protests are fighting the country’s patriarchal power structures, where their political voice has long been smothered.

Demonstrators sit in "Beit El Cha3eb" on the Ring highway during a protest in Lebanon. (Hussein Malla/AP)
Reclaiming Public Space During the Revolution: How We Are Reconnecting With Lebanese Cities

From highways to proactivity, people in Lebanon have taken back their essential right to exist in open, free, and accessible public spaces.

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From Hong Kong to Beirut, as Inspired by Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom

While the overview of Winter On Fire is not to be wholly discredited, it does present the world with a whitewashed version of Ukraine’s Maidan uprising.

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Feminism and the October Revolution: The people demand and do not negotiate

Women have firmly asserted their presence within the Lebanese protests and the overall political scene.

A university student gestures during an anti-government protest in Beirut. (Goran Tomasevic | Reuters)
Students have spoken: The economy is not working for the youth

The state has commodified and marginalized students for years.

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Day 21: Women Making Noise At The Protests

Day 21: At the Women’s March in Beirut, protesters bang on pots and pans, drum.