‫لبنان أو التناقضات الداخلية‬

http://www.al-manshour.org/node/1877 نشر في‫:‬الثلثاء, حزيران 12, 2012  ترجمه‫/‬ته الى العربية‫:‬ وليد ضو الاشتباكات الأخيرة في طرابلس وبيروت بين عدد من المجموعات المسلحة وأحيانا مع الجيش فسرتها معظم وسائل الإعلام الدولية كامتداد للصراع السوري إلى لبنان. هذه الأخيرةانحصرت من خلال نزاعات مسلحة في أحياء طرابلس بين جبل محسن وباب التبانة، في حين اشتبكت مجموعات مسلحة مع الجيش في … Continue reading

Move Over! We Don’t Need Your Feminism Now!

 Amidst the tension and clashes recently happening in Lebanon, I got to thinking about a million and one things, like, why do I feel so helpless? What is it that I can do? What is it that I’m willing to do? A thought crossed my mind, among the chaos of these never ending questionings: now … Continue reading

Roaring a Warning

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> And what did you see, my black-eyed girl? I heard the sound of a thunder, it roared out a warnin’[1]  A friend of mine and fellow feminist, Nay Al Rahi, wished us more rage and anger in a fantastic article shewrote on Shabab Assaafir . This followed a very pertinent question … Continue reading

One Woman Is Killed Every Month as a Result of Family Violence in Lebanon

Join Our March https://www.facebook.com/events/171190029664659/Wear BlackThink of how many lives could have been saved, If Lebanon had a proper law to protect women from violence 

Raising Fists and Voices: Lebanese Women’s Struggle to End Violence

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–>  “I don’t believe in a country that turns rapists into suitable husbands”. Those were the kind of banners you could have seen being held by activists should you have walked on the streets of Beirut on January the 14th during the March to Fight Rape organized by Lebanese feminist collective Nasawiya. … Continue reading

Pictures from Syria, Lebanon and Jordan

3 weeks of traveling between Lebanon, Syria and Jordan gave us time to take many, many pictures of these fascinating countries…We hope you’ll enjoy them as much as we did…Each ot them has a story, but I would like to relate the story of what I would call “the absent picture”. While walking in Beirut … Continue reading