Archive for December, 2010

The recent discoveries of massive gas fields off the coast of northern Israel, tantalizingly close to Lebanese coastal waters, has stirred cash-strapped Lebanon to accelerate efforts to begin its own oil and gas exploration. But the prospect of previously undiscovered fossil fuel riches off the coasts of Lebanon and Israel risks becoming a new source of conflict as well as an […]

Joyeux Noël


On behalf of the authors, we would like to wish the circle and every single Lebanese a Merry Christmas and may this festive season bring abundant joy and happiness in your life and to our country collectively. Regardless where you reside, Merry Christmas!

With the indictment soon to be announced, Lebanese catch their last breath this Christmas holiday and New Years Eve. All the best from me and everybody here among the circle. As we grip ourselves to a next phase in Lebanese history, expect lots of international media attention. Not concerning Lebanon’s natural beauty, but those local, […]

After leading the tally for weeks, Julian Assange has come out on top in Time magazine’s online poll asking readers who should be 2010’s “Person of the Year.” Out of a total 1,249,425 votes, Assange won 382,020, more than twice as many votes as the second place winner, Recep Tayyip Ergodan, prime minister of Turkey. […]

The Innercircle just added a new documentary to it’s School of Thought. The documenary entitled ‘Ancient Inventions of War, Sex and City Life‘ by Terry Jones shows how Ancient Inventions formulated todays Wars, Sex and the City Life. The documentary goes hand in hand with another documentary we’ve listed under History of Science and Evolution, “Connections […]

On December 14th, 2010 from 7:00pm till 9:00pm at Hazmieh ROTANA Hotel where you will learn: – A brief history about wine and grapes – The flavors/aromas of red, rosé, white, sparkling and sweet wines – How to detect good and bad smell – How to choose and select wine – How to match food with […]