Tagged: Lebanon

Mar Mikhael Train Station

Missing The Train

There’s been a lot of talk lately of insufferable traffic jams and endless bottlenecks in and around Beirut. The influx of tourists and visiting Lebanese expats has surely exacerbated the...

The Story Of Sandra

Today’s Labor Day. This year, activists and organizations rallied to recognize the illegal, inhuman and unethical working conditions of migrant workers in Lebanon as well as the Arab World. To...

Gemayze, Wired

In broad daylight, power generators’ cables, which underline the Lebanese state’s failed services, are plain to see in Beirut’s prime clubbing/pubbing street. Background: Decades after the civil war, Lebanon still...

International Women's Day March-2010

Take Back The Night

On this year’s International Women’s Day, the feminist collective Nasawiya – of which I’m a member – organized a “Take Back the Night” march through the streets of Beirut, the first such...