Every once in awhile, I’ll pick up a book, and no more than one page in, know that I am at the beginning of something special. 606 more words
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With no financial burden from the municipality of Beirut, a company called “Bike 4 All” installed the first of 25 proposed bike sharing stations for Beirut, right next to Le Grey in the downtown area. 569 more words
It’s 2017 and we’re still talking about this, but then again what can you expect when one of your country’s “liberal” TV stations is more conservative than America’s Fox News? 734 more words
It’s once again the anxiety from Hizbullah that irritated the apartheid entity’s military institution.
According to Haaretz daily, the “Israeli” Occupation Forces is changing the structure of its training exercises in order to better simulate combat situations against Hizbullah and Hamas. 410 more words
On January 17th I delivered my first breifing to the UN Secuirty Council on the situation in the Middle East and the Palestinian Question. This was at the beginning of an open debate on the subject in which over 40 countries spoke. 1,489 more words