Have you ever notice how Hollywood seems to always set the Lebanese civil war at the center of several blockbuster movies? It just so happened that I was reminded of this fact, or overly occurring coincidence last night as I was winding down in front of the TV.
Just as we thought it was long behind us, it seems the drums of civil war are beating once again.
Kidnappings, a rise in the crime rate, feuding warlords…I mean politicians…All fall in the line of the very “familiar” events that lead to Lebanon’s infamous 15 civil conflict.
Lebanon celebrated its 69th independence today as rockets set to launch towards Israel were being dismantled by non other but our countries scapegoat heroes, the LAF.
The onslaught on Gaza continues as it always has… a land which has been dubbed as hell on earth by the many who temporarily went in to report on the living conditions its people have to face day in day out. Such is Gaza, such is life in the coastal enclave, also known as the largest open air priso
As the ol’ sayin’ goes: “Any publicity is good publicity”. This is the attitude that has long been adopted in show business by managers and entertainers alike. However in the case of Mashrou’ Leila and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, things seem to have spiraled from good (as in WOW a local indie band t
From a Lebanese refugee to an Israeli rocket scientist, Arza Haddad, whose father founded the pro-Israel South Lebanon Army, completes her master’s degree in aeronautics, after having developed a rocket engine that enables speedier and longer-range missile fire…So which is it folks?Pride or fear?