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· September, 2006

Stories about Lebanon from September, 2006

Lebanon: Is Nasrallah the new face of moderation in Lebanon and the M.E.?

You kill a terrorist and you have another terrorist. This does not apply to moderates. Every time you kill a moderate you don't have another moderate but you rather contribute...

Lebanon: Who wants to rule Lebanon?

Hizbullah is holding an unlicensed rally on Friday, which is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of their supporters celebrating their “divine victory” over Israel. The Lebanese Interior Ministry, which...

Lebanon: Pope, Politics, Post-War Casualties and Circumcision

This week Lebanese blogs discusses circumcision, the environment, the Pope's quote on Islam, Lebanese politics, post war hardships and suspicions among other things. Let us start this weeks sampling by...

Lebanon: Crisis in the Christian Community

Charles Malik says that the primary political crisis since 1988 has been within the Christian community. This crisis is rarely mentioned because it's assumed that the Christians are already too...

Iran:Iranians in Lebanon Get no Money!

Kaariz said Iranians who lost their houses in Lebanon can not get any money from Hezbollah or Iranian government [Fa]. The blogger said he knows some people who get up...

Lebanon: Field Trips, Wardrobe Personification and Poetry

Have you wondered why most women like shoes? Or can blogging be life threatening? Then read on and see what answers the Lebanese Blogosphere has. This week’s blogs have topics...

Lebanon: Peace, Art, Humor and Politics

Topics discussed in the Lebanese blogosphere this week involved, among others, literature, war-art, the art of souvenir production and war-humor. Peace is a topic that is almost always present. A...

Iran: Nasrallah was censored

According to Bamdad, Hassan Nasrallah's, Lebanese Hezbollah leader, interview was censored in Iran [Fa]. The blogger says the following part of his interview got censored ” I would not have...

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