What the Lebanese people want and deserve

People have waited for too long to give additional chances for those in power to accept piecemeal and sequential reforms. Their economic welfare is no longer separable from their political dignity, especially when insults to their lives –and their intelligence– are perpetrated on a daily basis.

Revolution of the mind (PHOTO: Ghida Ismail)
Is Lebanon experiencing a revolution of the mind?

Google searches for political, economic, and revolution-related terms in Lebanon have spiked in the past three months, when anti-government protests began.

Qasem Soleimani
Soleimani’s death further destabilizes Lebanon

“Lebanon will be affected, and Hezbollah will counter-attack.”

Protesters in Zouk (Reuters / Awsaat.com) - Feminist Article
Feminism and the October Revolution: The people demand and do not negotiate

Women have firmly asserted their presence within the Lebanese protests and the overall political scene.

Why Aren’t Lebanese Banks Giving You Back Your Money?

The Central Bank and the Association of Banks have a major historical responsibility to protect depositors and provide transparent regulations going forward.

Hezbollah and Lebanon’s 2019 Revolution

“We don’t accept the fall of the mandate, nor do we support the resignation of the Cabinet and early parliamentary elections in these circumstances.”

Hariri to Protesters: Lebanese Cabinet agreed on reforms and 2020 state budget

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced that the Lebanese Cabinet has agreed to all points.

Security forces and sectarian “thugs” crack down on protesters in Lebanon

Today marks the third day of the Lebanese protests. Yesterday night, a festive atmosphere took.

Thousands of Anti-Government Protesters Take To The Streets In Lebanon

From Saida to Beirut to Tripoli, spontaneous protests have broken out in Lebanon. Here’s a.

Panel discussion at the first Refugees=Partners conference. (Refugees=Partners)
Refugees=Partners: Better refugee policies can benefit both Syrians and Lebanese host communities

That’s not all: Syrian refugees are actually filling some of the gaps in the Lebanese economy, as opposed to competing with the Lebanese workforce.