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Monday, October 21, 2019

Homeland & Heritage

Cherish what we have inherited. Celebrate it. And protect it for our children and their children.

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What Do Foreigners Think About Us

French love, either way Folks, you might be surprised to discover there are many foreigners living in Lebanon. All kinds of people, from all continents, and from countries we would never thought they could have...

Bringing Lights to Lebanese Towns

Zahleh, Joseph Tohmé Skaff Foundation Zahleh, Joseph Tohmé Skaff Foundation Zahleh Decoration is much more than ornaments and knick knacks. Especially in Lebanon, Christmas decoration of towns and villages is a message of hope, of beauty, of the possibility...
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The Osseirans: Saida Family Distinguishes Itself in Diplomacy and Politics

Ali Osseiran is a representative of the Zahrani District to the Parliament, where he has served since 1993. His father, Adel Osseiran, or Adel Beyk, as he came to be called, was a recognized leader of the...

An-Nahar: Where History Lives

Photo essay by Aia Dakdouk and Sandra Whitehead An-Nahar, one of Lebanon’s most influential daily newspapers, is 85 years old. It is considered Lebanon’s “paper of record.” American- British author and journalist Charles Glass, who specializes in...

In the Time of the Mulberry

New book explores Lebanon’s 19th century silk industry, religious taboos and the struggle of women. 19th century Lebanon was not so vastly different from the country we all know and love today. Lebanon has always had...