It is no secret Lebanon is already virulently divided between those who support Bashar al-Assad and those who long for his regime to crumble. What happens if a car bomb attack happens again?
Some types of bigotry are easier to evade than others.
Director Samuel Maoz suffocates his young conscripts in the oily belly of their fearsome machine.
Where else in the Arab world is there an election that will actually produce the government of the land?
This is a review of Mirror of the Arab World: Lebanon in Conflict by Sandra Mackey. W. W. Norton. 2008.
“It is only when you actually live with the reality of the perceptions, misunderstandings, and genuine grievances one holds for the other that it is possible to grasp just how close both the Arabs and the West are to falling into a chasm of conflict destructive to both.”
It is difficult to blame the Arabs for deriding their league. The seeming impotence of the Arab League in the face of adversity is quite legendary.
In a Middle East region beset by trouble, our Columnist manages to stumble upon a shimmer of light in the surrounding darkness
Israel’s collective punishment of Lebanon opens the door to others to practice unrestrained state violence