Archive for June, 2008

It has been reported that the Jewish Lobby (AIPAC) in the US has been trying to stop a $400 million arms deal with Lebanon in order to strengthen Lebanons’ National Army. This was initially how the news got leaked of the arms deal. The reason the Jewish Lobby is not too fond of the arms deal, […]

“Business Opportunities in Lebanon” an important Lebanese business networking event will be taking place as follows: Time and Place Start Time: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 4:00pm End Time: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 8:00pm Location: Dbayeh Convention Center City/Town: Dbayeh, Lebanon   Attendance is free of charge for everyone, after proper online registration under

Definetly man of the day, President Michel Sleiman has set up a Lebanese Muslim-Christian Summit on June 24th, at the newly renovated Presidential Palace in Baabda. The president gets a two-thumbs up from this blog! The president hopes that the spiritual summit that will be convened next week at the Baabda Palace will be the gateway […]

A l’invitation du Collectif de Citoyens libanais et Amis du Liban, Joseph Bahout livrera son analyse de la situation au Liban. – Comment lire l’éclatement des violences du mois de mai : retour sur le blocage politique, ses composantes internes et externes. – Comment interpréter l’accord de Doha : une approche pragmatique et conjoncturelle, la […]

Read the news; All political camps that are pro-one-side are loosing ground. They are untrustworthy, and un-Lebanese by the opponents side. Notice, every poltician that is neutral, is having more vocal power. This is a good sign. The latin term ‘discidium‘ suggests the idea of division, separation, disagreement, tearing apart; and each of the political […]

They may not necessarily be Lebanese, but this inside scoop goes to show the high-class ‘entertainers‘ in Lebanon tend to be diverse and wild. Rated PG-13.   You can get a glimpse of Lebanons’ underground clubs with a tour of B018, here;  Or the more casual scene of a regular Summer day, but certainly not […]

France24/AFP – Selon le Jordan Times, des archéologues ont découvert en Jordanie l’église la plus ancienne du monde. Elle aurait près de 2000 ans. “Nous avons mis à jour ce que nous croyons être la première église du monde. Elle daterait de 33 à 70 après la mort de Jésus-Christ”, a déclaré Abd el Kader […]