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Monday, 4 May 2020 - 19:30

Opinion: What are the goals of the West-Arab axis to ignite the unrest in Lebanon?

It seems that in addition to economic reason and lack of confronting the corruption remained from Hariri’s administration in Lebanon’s recent protests, Arabic-Western axis are diverting the attention of opposition of the deal of the century, including Lebanon, to domestic problems and destabilizing them. It is obvious that one main reason for protests in Iraq […]

Saturday, 2 May 2020 - 10:40

The roots of the recent unrest in Lebanon, Hassan Diab or political corruption?

After months of declining the protests process in Lebanon, different parts of this country witnessing again sporadic clashes in protest to the economic situation. For having a better view on the current situation in Lebanon, should have a short review on Oct 17 of 2019, that took place a vast wave of street protests all […]

Tuesday, 3 March 2020 - 21:21

Lebanese Oil, Fears and Hopes

President Michel Aoun’s move to launch Lebanon’s first oil well in the Mediterranean
Lebanese president Michael Aoun in starting the operation of digging the first Lebanon’s oil well in the Mediterranean sea can be counted as the most brave decision of this country in the recent years in confronting with the west and for Lebanon’s economic independence; the economy that has a long and difficult path for being independent, because beside the internal corruption, the Zionist regime threats in targeting Lebanese oil facilities have made situation difficult for the West Asia bride.

Thursday, 16 January 2020 - 23:08

Opinion: No to Intrigue, Lebanon in pursuit of peace

They had designed difficult days for Lebanon, the days that insecurity and chaos plunged bride of the Middle East into sadness and war vortex, but people awareness and March 8th group prevented partly from the process that Lebanon like its neighbouring countries get confused.