Protesters demonstrate in front of the Electricite Du Liban building in Mar Mikhael on January 9, 2019. (PHOTO: Twitter / @akhbaralsaha) EDL
Protesters ask “Where did the electricity go?”

Protesters over the past 24 hours have targeted branches of state-run Electricité du Liban and.

Activist Nidal Ayoub in front of the Cybercrimes Bureau on January 7, 2020. (PHOTO: Twitter / @SK_Eyes)
Protest activist interrogated by Cybercrimes Bureau

Nidal Ayoub was interrogated by the Cybercrimes Bureau Tuesday on charges including insulting the president and “undermining the prestige of the state.”

Protesters gather outside the port of Tripoli on Thursday, January 2. (NNA) Ports article
Day 78: Ports, public utilities and banks

Protesters in Lebanon rung in the new year by pressuring different public institutions they see as corrupt and inefficient.

Protesters gather near Central Bank on December 30, 2019. (Farah Baba) Banks
Collapse on Who: Unjust bank procedures face resistance

Protesters are fighting back against the collusion of Central Bank and the Lebanese authorities with bankers at the expense of the majority of the population.

October 18, 2019 | The keffiyeh made appearances on Lebanese streets from the very first days of the protests. (PHOTO: Lujain Jo)
Keffiyeh makes statements in Lebanese protests

On the symbol of resistance and globalization attempts

Beirut Talks: Independent Judicial System || With Nayla Geagea

For the fourth episode of Beirut Talks, lawyer, human rights researcher, activist, and co-founder of.

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.

Free food, necessities, medicine in Lebanon / article
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.