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Friday, December 1, 2006 marked the date of a huge demonstration held by the then opposition (Hezbollah, Amal Movement, Free Liberation Party and their allies) in Downtown Beirut. The protesting move resulted in an open sit-in and an explicit blockade of the Grand Serail in demand of the...

The Lebanese are divided over numerous political and socio-cultural matters and the lack of consensus could be the dominant feature characterizing all of them. Hezbollah’s resistance against Israel is among the most disputable issues encouraging divergent points of view. Until 2002, the...

The term “Lebanese detainees in Syria” has become an old phrase associated with past decades. During the presence of the Syrian army in Lebanon between 1977 and 2005- with the exception of short interruptions in some areas of Beirut and Mount Lebanon during the Israeli invasion of Lebanon...

Anjar is a Beqa’a town located near the Syrian-Lebanese border. It has become widely known in the past two decades (1986- 2005) as being the headquarters of Major General Ghazi Kenaan (Abou Yo’roub), head of Syria’s security apparatus, and his successor Rustom Ghazali during their presence...

With parliamentary elections around the corner, and as consensus over one electoral law remains unforeseen, dissenting voices started to rise with some asserting that the elections will be postponed and Parliament’s term extended for a few months until agreement is reached and others, mostly...

Following the events on May 7 in 2008, prominent Lebanese politicians convened in Doha, Qatar and agreed to the following: