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· December, 2007

Stories about Lebanon from December, 2007

Israel: Journalists Face Possible Jail Time for Visits to Enemy States

Three Israeli journalists who visited Lebanon and Syria are facing possible jail time for visiting nations that the government terms “enemy states.” Lisa Goldman, Ron Ben-Yishai, and Tsur Shezaf have...

Jordan: Views on Lebanon Conference

Jordanian blogger Mohammad Azraq is back from a conference in Lebanon. Read his observations here.

Arabeyes: Celebrating Eid Al Adha

Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid Al Adha - which commemorates Ibrahim's (Abraham's) willingness to sacrifice his son Ismael for Allah (God). It also culminates the Hajj, an annual...

Lebanon: Empty Gas Tank

“How far can you go after the gas light in your car comes on?” asks Lebanese blogger Mark, who provides a link which allows drivers to check how far their...

Lebanon: Who Killed Francois Hajj and Why?

Lebanon grabs the international headlines again, with another assassination. Who was killed and why? Who is blaming whom and what have the region's bloggers got to say.

Lebanon: Immature Supporters

Are March 14 supporters being immature, asks Beirut Spring, who further adds: “I think the March 14 leadership deserves more support from us at this crucial time. The battle is...

Syria: Lebanese Blindsided at Annapolis

“According to good sources, the Lebanese government was blindsided at Annapolis with the candidacy of Michel Suleiman as President,” reports Joshua Landis in Syria Comment.

Egypt: Annapolis Adieu

"Annapolis, Annapolis, this name is haunting me everywhere I go - in newspapers and blogs and on TV. For me, Annapolis seems to be a Greek city near The Acropolis,...

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