December 2, 2014
The proposed ‘Nation-State Law’ and a wave of violence point to the urgency of questioning Israel’s place in Jewish identity; Over the last 10 years the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood has consistently shown that its only desire is to dominate all other opposition forces, regardless of the consequences; Omar Boustany speaks to head hunters (ISIS excepted).
November 30, 2014
Wonderful ideas to style up your Christmas tree; an infographic guide to help you through your Christmas shopping; DYI reindeer advent calendar.
A humanitarian nightmare awaits Syrian refugees this winter; Iran's censorship redirect page; Tougher regulations on smog standards announced a day before Thanksgiving have some questioning the timing.
November 29, 2014
Looking past the tired foreign media perspective of Lebanon; the reality of Syrian civil society in Lebanon; The Salafist front pushes for an Islamic youth movement in Egypt
November 27, 2014
A new stylish device that will help you keep up your fitness challenge; owner of Champagne Drappier opened the largest bottle of champagne in the world; things we put up with when in a relationship.
November 26, 2014
The National releases first edition of tabloid that claims to reflect the views of "the people" who want independence; the longstanding seven digital deadly sins; how to fold your napkins for Christmas.
Lebanese singer Sabah passed away at the age of 87; how does ‘going online’ impact our concentration levels and attention spans? Is Facebook's organic search nearing death?
November 25, 2014
Haifa Wehbe's dress may have upset the Islamic State; best and worst dressed at the 2014 American Music Award; things you will experience after graduation.
November 23, 2014
Lebanon canceled official Independence Day celebrations for the first time since the end of the civil war in 1990; Lebanon is between the top 3 of the leaderboard for #MissWorld2014; Tunisia's electrical authority and the right to vote.
The Islamic State: Beheadings, dismemberments, child soldiers, public executions, and political chaos; Bahrain will stamp out popular protests, but not support for ISIL; A West Bank water crisis for Palestinians only.
November 22, 2014
Fayrouz celebrates her 80th birthday; Beirut is hosting an international music festival in December; A movie review of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay"
November 19, 2014
Netanyahu's announcement of the steps he plans to take in response to the senseless bloodletting; Israelis and Palestinians persist in going to hell through a bottomless pit and both sides won’t rest until the fire consumes us all; exporting repression from Ulster to Palestine.
The world’s largest chocolate manufacturer adds voice to warnings of potential cocoa shortage by 2020; online food delivery markets expected to consolidate; review of the movie Interstellar
November 18, 2014
Exclusive leaked transcript of the Iran nuclear talks; Israel and the Palestinians need international help to avoid another explosion; welcome to Netanyahu's 'resolution' to the conflict.
It is easy to forget those listed dead and injured are real, but recently the reality was brought home to our reporter; a war crime in Jerusalem; apartheid or not, separation is the reality.