Author: Laudy Issa
The world lost yet another activist, LGBTQ+ rights advocate Sara Hegazy, because she showed her true colors in a conservative society that feared the change she represented.
The stranded Ethiopian domestic workers are the latest victims of Kafala, the system of modern slavery that binds foreign workers to sponsors in Lebanon.
Abou Arab reviewed its decision in light of the “relative stability” of the dollar in the past few days and the possible subsidization of food.
The time has come for us to rid ourselves of our island overlord, Tom Nook.
Along with many of the other demands of protesters, Lebanon’s Parliament shot down the prospect of early elections in their latest meeting.
The initiative comes as Lebanon’s under-equipped medical sector battles COVID-19, which has placed healthcare workers under tremendous pressure.
Al Jadeed’s Wissam Saad is the latest Lebanese media personality to make rape the punchline of a joke.
While the history of refugees in the MENA is one of war and conflicts, the future of displacement is rooted in climate change.
Instead of taking on political corruption cases, the Lebanese judiciary has systematically targeted journalists and activists to silence them since the start of the anti-government October 17 Revolution.
Getting an IMF loan is complicated. Lebanese officials need other solutions for the upcoming $1.2 billion due, said a source close to the IMF.