A year ago, I would have never thought that I would be writing this; now. To Dubai and the other emirates, I have to admit that the start was full of stereotypes. I joined your melting pot when I was just turning 29 years old. I have never intended to be here, as I thought, […]
The 101 recipe for the Only-Hope-Left (V1.1) in Lebanon On the occasion of the Independence Day this year, and in a country that is struggling from a forced unity with no solid grounds between the participants, and because we are a country of gastronomy, here is a suggestion of a recipe that we should start … More The 101 recipe for the Only-Hope-Left (v.1.1) in Lebanon
We had an election of a new president on October 31, 2016 which ended two years and a half of a political vacuum and with this election, irrespective of the personal opinion of the people with respect to the process of election and the newly elected president of the Republic, there cannot be but the … More The 10 Lebanese commandments for our newly elected president of the Republic
هي تركيا الانقلاب الذي لم يتمّ فكانت الفوضى في العزل والصرف والتعذيب. هي أفغانستان التي تحتضر منذ سنين، تماما كالعراق واليمن والسودان وسوريا فأضحت أرض تبحث عن ذكرياتها، ارض تبحث عن ناسِها. هي افريقيا التي لم تصحو بعد في معظم أراضيها على سلام وامان. هي أوروبا المذعورة التي تتلقَّى هجمة تلو الاخرى، بسبب او بدون … More هي؟ من هي؟
During the past few weeks, we have been witnessing a not-so-traditional campaign for the municipalities of Beirut that deserves all our attention, support and encouragement. A group of technocrats and apolitical experts who called their municipality campaign “Beirut Madinati” (Beirut, My City) thought about changing the current devastating situation of their capital that lacks, inter alia, of … More Beirut Madinati: Much more than a mere municipality election.
*Dawlé: a word meaning a state in each part of the world, a word that lost its meaning in the democratic republic of Lebanon. Over the past few weeks, the citizens of my country are protesting against the corrupted politicians in the Dawlé and against the policies adopted (or not) for an ever lasting … More Thank you Dawlé