Mohammad Morsi was much more significant than being a legitimately-elected president who was overthrown. His life and death tell a bigger Arab tale.
We were asked to dig into our memories and remember scenes from our childhood. That’s when the image of my father hitting me came to me.
It’s high time that hegemonic “feminine” standards are ousted by the realities of what it means to be a woman. Marlene Juliane’s art does that.
We sat down with the co-founders of Beirut Jam Sessions for their seventh year anniversary.
The debate on austerity measures is heating up, and the positions of different Lebanese political forces are questionable.
Politicians wear xenophobia like a mask, promoting it to the public to hide the ugly truth of how their own shortcomings affect citizens.
In Jowan Safadi, radical art meets radical politics. The Palestinian musician makes provocative and accessible political music that’s much lacking in the Arab world.
Professors at the Lebanese University are on strike, demanding their rights from the government but putting the futures of students at risk. Students react:
At least 3,664 Syrian nationals were evicted by 13 municipalities around Lebanon between 2016 and 2018. Another 42,000 remain at risk of being homeless. But some municipalities have fared better.
France-based Camp Claude’s Diane Sagnier talks about Beirut and her electropop music in a round.