“I am the head of this association for the entire country, all lawyers and all people.”
More than 170,000 people held hands to cover a 171-kilometer distance along Lebanon’s coastal roads, from Tripoli in the North to Tyre in the South.
Statements from both the queer community in Lebanon and religious authorities called for its boycott, but for vastly different reasons.
Five Egyptian musicians walk into Bayt Em Nazih and set the crowd on fire with their unique blend of rock and social activism.
Rather than imitating the West, the Arab community has turned drag into its own.
As you stare at the details of these posters, an orientalist narrative of submissive Arab women and violent Arab men stares right back at you.
The secret services of the world probably never had to hide evidence of extraterrestrial life.
Lebanon seems like too sterile a landscape to launch a free fashion school. Yet Creative Space Beirut exists in it as the only free fashion school in the Middle East.