Nejmeh SC Wins Elite Cup for The Tenth Time

Nejmeh Sporting Club, one of Lebanon’s oldest and most renowned football clubs, has recently won.

Lebanon’s Garbage Crisis: It Still Smells of Corruption

Two years ago, in August 2015, Lebanese women and men from all ages were peacefully.

13th Amendment on Netflix

An essential and enlightening documentary to understand racism in the United States (spoiler alert!) It.

Luxury of Safety

Addressing struggling economies and social distress is no longer a priority in countries where taking.

Remembering Beirut

Writing about exile and migration, through a remarkable comic.

Orange is the New Black: Beauty in the Struggle

The success of this show is largely due to its empowerment of women.

Road Back To Reading

After making the huge step of deciding to read again, the second step would be to choose what you want to read.

How Working in Services Taught Me More Than A Degree Did

Education, and most importantly self-education should not be cornered between four-walls.

An Alternative View on Solitude

Solitude grew more and more desirable as a sign of strength and resilience, and those who chose solitude were praised to have exemplary bravery.

Where the Lebanese Passport Will Take You This Summer

Fly to a nearby destination with no visa.