The blast that destroyed Beirut is the latest, deadliest example of the negligence and corruption of Lebanon’s politicians.
Lebanon’s banking crisis served as a blessing in disguise for the Lebanese real estate market.
To encourage dialogue along the lines of a national identity, rather than a sectarian one, is to unify citizens in support of a collective wellbeing.
The national currency needs to be prevented from total collapse, and this needs to be done in a pragmatic and gradual approach with a clear bias towards protecting the interests of the majority of the population against the predatory behavior of the ruling cartel.
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.
Through atrocious language and the abusive Kafala system, we degrade Lebanon’s migrant workers and threaten their safety.
We will not effectively reform our parliament, our government, or our institutions while we allow some humans to be dehumanized.
Leadership and coordination would be important, not necessarily in a rigid hierarchy, to officially unify the demands of those who seek change.