Saad Hariri

“Lebanese officials, Army and Resistance are united on off-shore energy resources issue”, Dr. Ghassan Melhem

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator   Lebanon has slipped into social, economic and financial collapse after years of systemic political corruption.  Beirut has the opportunity to be resurrected from the ashes by a new parliament, financial reforms and the opportunity to retrieve energy resources from a large off-shore gas field yet undeveloped.    Steven […]

Jamal Wakim on the Lebanese election: “policies imposed on us for the past 30 years have led us to this current crisis”

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, said yesterday in a televised speech, “I want the entire Lebanese nation to know that those who are calling for the disarmament of the resistance are unaware of what the southerners went through since 1948.”  Referring to […]

Lebanese migrant boat sunk off Tripoli with 60 onboard

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator   A 10-meter (33-foot) yacht built in 1974, equipped with two motors, left Tripoli, Lebanon on Saturday with about 60 migrants onboard, including women and children. Six people, including an 18-month-old girl, Taleen Al-Hamwi, and two women died with more than 10 people still missing after the boat sunk.The […]

False Accusations Used Again Against President Assad of Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator New allegations have surfaced, accusing Syrian President Assad of some connection to the Beirut Port blast.  Allegations don’t need proof, and they are a tool used repeatedly by the US against nations and leaders who they deem as an enemy. Lebanese officials had for years known the dangerous chemicals were improperly stored […]

Lebanon: Hariri Positioning Himself for a Comeback to Remove ‘New’ Hezbollah President?

Martin JAY
Into its third week and the stand-off between protestors and the elite in Lebanon is still holding strong as thousands of Lebanese are calling for a radical overhaul of a system which collapsed under its own weight of corrupt warlords who have looted the state coffers for decades
But do they know what they want? And how relevant is Hariri’s resignation?

BREAKING: Lebanon holds first post-“Haririgate” cabinet meeting – government survives

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