Gender and Intersectionality in Lebanese Public Transport

As women, we need to normalize our presence in this vital urban space, and we need to shift the terms of debate from fears over our safety to a shared commitment to our right to the city.

The Sun Also Rises on Sabra and Shatila

It was a warm Thursday morning as I stuffily sat in the taxi next to.

Internalization of Arab Inferiority: Perceiving Ourselves through the Eyes of the Other

Encountering Westerners in Beirut is just as common as facing traffic in Ras Beirut. Within.

Limbs and Lungs

Last spring, when flowers turned yellow and rain started to smell of life, My aging.

Doctors Should Play A Key Role in Cases of Domestic Violence

During my round in a hospital during a few months back, presented to the Emergency.

On Political Correctness: Why Making Fun of Trump Is Not Enough

Disclaimer: This article is in no way justifying or supporting any of President Donald J..

The Insult: A Lukewarm Attempt at Promoting Post-Civil War Reconciliation

Though Lebanon’s civil war ended in 1990, the issue of post-war reconciliation still exists; for.

Rasheed: The Importance of Remembering Our Martyrs

It’s a rare occasion for my dad to invite me to the movies; to go.

Lebanon’s Slow Silent Killer

Every 2.5 days, Lebanon loses an individual to suicide, and 1 in 4 people in the country will experience a mental health problem at a point in their lives.

Why Do We Need A New Independent Newspaper

Where do you get your news from? Who influences the information you receive? Who decides.