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Monthly Archives: November 2011
If politics is said to run in Lebanese blood and party is said to be among the things they do best, shouldn’t political parties be the next best thing the Lebanese can do?
Acts of resistance may sometimes be small, but their consequences are sometimes immeasurable. Resistance can be national or local. It can span across years or simply months. Resistance can be characterized by its political affiliations or religious undertones. It can … Continue reading