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· August, 2005

Stories about Lebanon from August, 2005

Labanon: APSA 2005

Abu Aardvark is on his way to to Washington for the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, where he will be presenting his “Anti-Americanisms in Arab Politics” paper.

Lebanon: Lebanon in Pain

Mustapha says that you could almost smell the tension in Lebanon. Everyone is afraid, afraid from the unknown, from the harm yet to be caused.

Lebanon: Bin Laden's book

Abu Aardvark believes that publishing bin Laden's writings and speeches strikes is a positive thing and publishing the words of a mass murderer and terrorist is hard to defend normatively....

Blogging Survey

Maha is doing research for her Masters about blogging in Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon . If you are living in any of these countries, go ahead and share your experience...

Lebanon: The Shia Dilemma is Lebanon's Dilemma

Lebanese Political Journal is giving an interesting overview of the relation between the Lebanese Shi'a and Syria and how they became such monoliths that only massive turmoil could topple them.

Lebanon: Mourning with style!

Abu Aardvark is summing up the last week of the Arab media's mourning using unpublished cartoon from Imad Hajjaj.

Lebanon: Arranged Marriage

About Lebanon describes the reasons Lebanese families are going for Arranged Marriages and listing it… ingredients.

Lebanon: Prostitution Under Paint

The Lebanese blog Ramzi's Blah Blah looks at the prostitution problem in Beirut.

Lebanon: Tug of war

About Lebanon asks why wouldn't a South Africa-style reconciliation commission work in Lebanon?

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