A photo essay that recalls the panic following the invasion of the south of Lebanon by Israel, which killed 1,200 civilians including Canadian citizens
Inspired by Arab uprisings, organizers are transforming Lebanon
The last year-and-a-half since I evacuated from the Middle East has been marked by a deep yearning to have “everything at stake” and to live in a more direct, less mediated way
My experience during the 2006 war in Lebanon gave me a better understanding of our world, and was a profound lesson
David Ball was in Lebanon when the bombs began to fall this summer. He was safely evacuated, but his life will never be the same, he writes.
MAP-UK commissioned a series of articles and photographs of Palestinian refugees in several camps throughout Lebanon for a resource on their micro-credit loan programme
BEIRUT – I leave a country in flames and smoke, flattened, suffering under the rumbling weight of an Israeli invasion — the country’s second in 30 years
Students at the University of Victoria are defending a UBC professor’s right to make anti-U.S. statements in the wake of the September 11 attacks, even if they do not agree with her.