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Is the Frangieh Scenario Possible?

This is the 15th post in a series of monthly posts covering the presidential elections. This post is about the month of November 2015.

Accordingly,  Shab foresees serious negotiations taking place within “weeks, not months” to agree on a candidate “who can navigate a Sunni-Shiite conflict and who has the confidence of both parties […] someone with a certain degree of legitimate representation, but who is also agreeable to both sides.”

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Sayyed Nasrallah Turns the Crisis into an Opportunity

Zoulfikar Daher

Despite the difficult times Lebanon is passing through on every level, some hope has shined recently as massive human solidarity was obvious among the Lebanese after the terrorist attack that hit Burj al-Barajneh. 1 384 mots de plus

Al Qaeda

Chamel Roukoz and a Struggling Lebanese Government

This is the 14th post in a series of monthly posts covering the presidential elections. This post is about the months of August, September and October 2015. 2 250 mots de plus


Aoun Leads Baabda March, Vows to Topple Leaders of Corruption

Local Editor

Lebanese Change and Reform leader MP Michel Aoun Sunday vowed to topple the leaders of corruption as Free Patriotic Movement supporters converged on Baabda. 490 mots de plus


Sayyed Nasrallah: KSA Responsible for Hajj Tragedy, US Failed, Russian Presnce in Syria A Key Factor

Zeinab Essa

Hizbullah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Nasrallah stated that « the Hajj tragic incident must not be politicized but it is very logical that the Saudi government must bear the responsibility. 2 201 mots de plus

War On Syria

Lebanon: Christian Leader Michel Aoun Calls For democratic Vote To End Crisis

Supporters of the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) carry flags during a protest in Beirut, Lebanon, September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Thousands of protesters rallied in Beirut on Friday to support Christian faction leader Michel Aoun’s call for Lebanon to elect its president by popular vote to address a crisis that has paralyzed government and parliament. 255 mots de plus

Ministers of Hezbollah, FPM Walk out Cabinet Session for ‘Lack of Partnership’

Ministers of Hezbollah, the Free Patriotic Movement and the Tashnag party stormed out of the cabinet session on Tuesday over the lack of respect for the principle of partnership and because of making decisions and signing decrees without the approval of ministers from Hezbollah and the FPM, Al-Manar correspondent said. 258 mots de plus