Women Journalists Open Up About Their Experiences Covering Lebanon’s Uprising

Women are the core of Lebanon’s revolution. They have been contributing their time, voices, talents, experiences, education, and expertise to help the revolution with its goals. Among these heroes are female Lebanese journalists. The Lebanese revolution erupted on October 17th, 2019. Ever since then, the media played a huge role in covering the protests and …

Legal Cannabis May Spell Trouble for Its Lebanese Farmers

The plant of paradise; Lebanon’s green gold; just two nicknames of the many that the controversial cannabis has acquired in Lebanon, and two terms that will soon be well overused after its legalization for medicinal and industrial uses. But although many have rejoiced over this long-anticipated permission for its positive consequences on Lebanon’s economic sector, …

America Didn’t Help Lebanon With Coronavirus Relief Because of Hezbollah Presence

U.S. assistant secretary of Near Eastern affairs David Schenker has stated that the United States did not provide aid to coronavirus relief in Lebanon because it is “run by Hezbollah.”  Explaining why the U.S. has not provided aid to the Ministry of Healthy, Schenker told LBCI that the militant organization plays a big role in …

Everything You Should Know About The Safe Reopening Of Salons And Barbershops In Lebanon

Salons and barbershops in Lebanon reopened on Monday, May 4th, along with restaurants, cafes, and other businesses, according to the 2nd stage of Lebanon’s 5-step plan to reopen the country. The Ministry of Labor issued a generalization requiring salons and barbershops to adhere to health and safety guidelines for confronting COVID-19. The generalization came as …