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· July, 2008

Stories about Lebanon from July, 2008

19 July 2008

Tunisia: Where are the State Funerals?

Eight Tunisians were among the 197 bodies handed over by Israel to Lebanon, in the latest prisoner swap between the two countries. Tunisian bloggers are calling for the return of...

Israel: The Israeli failure and the Lebanese Radicalization

Israel: Change the Government

Israel: ‘Kuntar Not a Victim’

18 July 2008

Israel: The Ugly Face of Lebanon

Egypt: Is Kuntar Worth it?

Lebanon: Return of Prisoners – Part 2

Moussa Bashir takes a second look at the posts of Lebanese bloggers and their reactions to the latest prisoner swap with Israel. While some are celebrating - others are warning...

Angry Arab: Israel Humiliated in Lebanon

“Israel has been humiliated in Lebanon in the last 2 decades, and its ability to inflict pain on Lebanon and the Lebanese without restraint or punishment (as it has done...

Lebanon: Arabs and the News

Syria: Embassy to open in Beirut

17 July 2008

Morocco: A different perspective on Samir Kuntar

Israel: Intense Emotions Over the Hezbollah Prisoner Exchange

Wednesday, July 16th, was a day of mourning all across Israel. Hopes for the slight possibility that the approved prisoner exchange deal with Hizbollah will bring the two abducted soldiers,...

Lebanon: Sea turtles and water pollution

16 July 2008

Lebanon: Return of prisoners

Today was declared a public holiday in Lebanon, which is giving five of its citizens/fighters a hero’s welcome. These resistance fighters have just been released from Israeli prisons. The release...

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