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· July, 2005

Stories about Lebanon from July, 2005

Lebanon: Bad Apples, Good Oranges

Beiruit Spring on Lebanese attitudes towards their brothers (and sisters) in their armed forces.

Lebanon: Al-Wadi

Abu Aardvark notes that the latest hit show to come out of Lebanon is a Big Brother-style reality show set on a farm featuring immensely popular Lebanese pop star Haifa...

Lebanon: If Syria Really Wanted Lebanon's Interests…

A Lebanese Abroad doubts Syria's assertions that it really wants to have ‘brotherly’ relations with Lebanon.

Lebanon: A Groovy Kind Of Love

In the wake of Secretary of State Rice's snap visit to Lebanon, The Beirut Spring tells the highly allegorical story of the relationship between “Lee” and “Sarah” and the new...

The Beirut Spring: A Taste of Fame

The Beirut Spring‘s “No To Terrorism” banner has made an appearance on the BBC's website.

Lebanon: Liberation of Dr. Geagea: A Victory for Lebanon

One of Lebanon's major political prisoners won ammesty in the Lebanese Parliament today; Lebanese Political Journal believes that “Lebanon is on the verge of materializing a huge step towards national...

Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

The Lebanese Blogger Forum asks a number of Lebanese politicians (and one pop star) “Why did the chicken cross the road?” and compiles their reponses.

The Angry Arab News Service/وكالة أنباء العربي الغاضب

The Angry Arab News Service notes that the latest attempted assassination attemp is putting a lot of people on edge since it throws the assumption that the Syrians were behind...

Explosion in Antélias: Minister Elias Murr Targeted

The Lebanese Political Journal has a near-first-hand-account of an attempted assination attempt: outgoing Defense Minister Elias Murr was the target of a bomb attack. Fortunately, Murr escaped with minor injuries.

The Beirut Spring: More Banners

Mustapha, at Beirut Spring, has posted more versions of his “Muslims Against Terrorism” web sticker.

Middle East and North Africa Friday Blog Roundup

Beirut Spring has posted a banner condemning terrorism in both English and Arabic. Saudi Jeans has been looking on the Arabic blogs for commentary on the London bombings but has...

The Middle East and North Africa Thursday Blog Roundup

The blog Egyptian Person comments on a ruling that requires TV stations to put on hostesses who choose to wear the hijab; he asks what the decision will do to...

The Middle East and North Africa Daily Blog Roundup

The Silly Bahraini Girl is more than a little frustrated by Bahrainis who have trouble with the fact that many email addresses in the Kingdom end in ‘.com.bh’. The Big...

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