A day of assassination rocked Syria’s capital Damascus on Wednesday sending shock waves across the Arab region and world. Ranks whose names preceded them, long feared in Assad’s Syria were reported dead, one after the other. Many started to wonder, whether it was the beginning of the end for the Syr
Lately across many Lebanese outlets, its been Assir said this, Assir said that….As though Lebanon needed another preaching hero… well we wont go on speaking our own when it comes to the religious cleric, but instead have collected random opinions from the Lebanese Twitter-sphere…enjoy
Today marked the country’s 13th national dialogue, the 6th conducted under the auspices of President Michel Sleiman. The main points on the agenda were: the arms of the resistance and the positive utilization for the defense of Lebanon, the arms within and outside Palestinian
The Hezbollah front man stood there defiantly, addressing the kidnappers, saying, “not to take innocent people to settle the score with me.” The Hezbollah front man did NOT apologize as the kidnappers had requested but defiantly placed faith in the state to harbor the hostages safe return.
Annan meets Assad amid expulsion of various Western nations of Syrian diplomats and officials…What is Kofi really brewing? A mediation cover up? or just some strong American coffee! Either way – Im having decaf.
Crowds gathered today in Beirut’s Southern Suburbs to celebrate the release of the 11 Lebanese hostages that were detained in Syria. Amid the exhilaration and fireworks, cheers were heard from miles away praising the joint efforts of Nasrallah, Berri and well well well the Former Prime Minister Himself Saad Hariri – who has notoriously been distancing himself from the Shi’ite community in recent years. In a positive gesture Hariri offered his private jet to transport the now released hostages from Turkey to Beirut. Looks like Future News will be allowed back into “Dahieh”.
The Lebanese Twittersphere has mobilized to protect the freedom of speech of two graffiti artists in Beirut. But are we missing the point? View the story “Ali and Khodor: Political activists or mere vandals?” on Storify