- Al Jadeed Online, leading Beirut-based pan-Arab television station.بيروت, ايضا وايضا
- An Nahar, leading Lebanese Arabic-language newspaper. عين لا تنام … في العالم الافتراضي (Interview: “An Eye that Doesn’t Sleep…in the Virtual World”). حان وقت التغيير (“The Time has Come for Change”).
- Al Rawaby, bi-monthly newspaper published in Zahle, Lebanon. عين لا تنام … في العالم الافتراضي (Interview: “An Eye that Doesn’t Sleep…in the Virtual World”). حان وقت التغيير (“The Time has Come for Change”).
- Cloud961, Lebanese monthly magazine covering the world of social media and blogging as well as the socio-digital industry. 5 Interesting People to Follow on Twitter.
- Comment Middle East, an online community discussing the social, political, and cultural aspects of the Middle East. Words of Defiance: The Courage to Say Them, The Challenge to See Them Through.
- Global Voices, and international community of bloggers reporting on blogs and citizen media from around the world. New Lebanese Government met with Skepticism.
- Kesserwen.org, online portal for Mount Lebanon’s Kesserwen district. Lebanon at the Crossroads: Do We Have the Courage For Change?
- LBC Blogs, a Lebanese Blogging Community initiative by the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (LBC). Living Like There’s a Tomorrow. And Yet Again, Bigger Isn’t Always Better.
- Leaders for Democracy Fellowship Program, American University of Beirut. May 2012. Lecture on social media and blogging.
- London School of Economics (LSE) Middle East Centre Blog. Egypt: Waiting for What’s Next Book Review — Anthony Shadid’s House of Stone: A Memoir of Home, Family, and a Lost Middle East.
- Qantara.de, German language portal promoting dialogue with the Islamic world. Ich bin kein Martyrer; I Am Not a Martyr
- Ragmag, social, educational and entertainment magazine based in Beirut, Lebanon. October 2012. Book Review, “In the Country of Men.”
- Slugger O’Toole, award-winning news and opinion portal, which takes a critical look at various strands of political politics in Ireland and Britain. “The value of the truth is as valuable as the way it is reached” – seeking justice truth in Lebanon.
- Social Media Changing Lives Conference, American University of Beirut. December 16, 2011. Panel on Social Media Influencing Political Decisions.
- The Cube, a Lebanon-based online book club.
- The Descrier, UK-based digital newspaper that curates the best of the independent web and first-hand citizen reporting. Lebanon: Labour Demands Much More Than Better Salaries Triumphant over Who? Israel: Burying the Butcher, but not the hatchet
- Your Middle East, online source of information about the Middle East for a global audience. Regular contributor.
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