Follow Eye on the East on TwitterMy Tweets
Top Posts & Pages
- #YouStink Activism Al Qaeda Arab Revolution Arab world Baghdad Bahrain Bashar Al Assad Beirut Beirut Bombing Belfast Benghazi Christian confessionalism Corruption Daesh Democracy Egypt Eye on the East France Garbage Crisis Gaza Gulf States Hassan Nasrallah Hezballah Human Rights Internal Security Forces Iran Iraq ISIS Islamic fundamentalism Islamic State Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Islamic State of Syria and Iraq Islamism Israel Jordan Justice Lebanese Civil War Lebanese Identity Lebanese Parliament Lebanese Politicians Lebanese Politics Lebanese Society Lebanon Libya March 8 March 14 Martyrs Square Michel Aoun Middle East Mohammad Mursi Muslim Brotherhood Ottoman Empire Palestine Political Islam Political Prisoners Qatar Resistance Revolution Saudi Arabia sectarianism Secularism Shia Sunni Syria Tahrir Square Tripoli TripoliLB Tunisia Turkey United States West Bank Women Rights Zahle
Tag Archives: Bahrain
Almost two months since the U.S. started bombing Islamic State (IS) targets in Iraq, less than a week since the U.S.-led offensive in Syria for the same purpose, and the operation appears to be nameless.
We live in a world where violence has become common place, suffering a regular feeling we have learned to cope with and the dead just one more number. Or maybe this is the world that the Middle East and Arab … Continue reading
In what came as a rather unexpected move, member countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) listed Hezballah on their never-heard-of-before list of terrorist organizations for its involvement in Syria alongside the Assad regime, while threatening to take action against … Continue reading
If acts of defiance are what spark a revolution, then words of defiance are the fuel that keep it going. For it was the words of the Arab Revolutions, expressions long-buried under the heaviness of oppression and the cloak of … Continue reading