Lebanese apartheid

On February 9, 2013, in Articles, by admin

Lebanese Apartheid by Belén Fernández   At the start of the May 2008 crisis in Lebanon, a Palestinian-Lebanese friend and I drove from Beirut to Tyre and were stopped at a burning tire roadblock on the outskirts of the capital. A contingent of men descended upon the vehicle demanding to know if it contained any […]

29 years after the Massacre at Sabra Shatila

On September 17, 2011, in Articles, by admin

29 years after the Massacre at Sabra Shatila By Franklin Lamb “The answer my friend is blowin’ in the wind” was the general consensus following a discussion between this observer and a gathering of Palestinian refugees in Sabha, Libya, many of whom would very much like to travel to Shatila camp in Beirut this week and […]