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I asked how many Christian journalists had been to mosques to attend prayers, had written about Muslim practices, had spoken
The shutter release couldn't be depressed if there was no film in the camera. Digital video's precursor (Abu-Fadil) Antique
The latest victim is Dolly Ghanem, a veteran anchor and morning talk show host on LBCI TV, who was shoved off newscasts in
If you don't know what Shawarma is then you're missing out on one of the most important Middle Eastern dishes you've never had. Shawarma is a Middle Eastern dish comprised of either lamb, chicken, or beef that is prepared on a vertical rotating spit.
I spoke with Najwa Zebian, a Lebanese-Canadian educator and author about her book Mind Platter, the surge of anti-Muslim rhetoric in the media, and how to move from struggle to grace.
The closure was effective immediately on Friday, the Moslem day of prayer and rest. Screen shot of Al Arabiya-Al Hadath logo
Al Mustaqbal (Future) TV (Abu-Fadil) Nayla Tueni in her assassinated father Gebran's office (Abu-Fadil) Will Lebanese papers
In his remarks, the syndicate vice president, speaking on behalf of his tardy boss, couldn't distinguish between "electronic
What is it about cartoons and caricatures that riles politicians, religious figures, business fat cats, authorities and people of different stripes?
If you haven't had zaatar, it is a wonderfully earthy and citrusy blend of dried herbs such as marjoram and thyme (the Arabic word za'atar, pronounced zah-tahr, also means thyme).
They're funky, they're traditional, they're 30-somethings, they're Nuqat (dots), and they're taking the Arab Gulf's art, culture and design scene by storm from Kuwait.
It's a breath of fresh air that attracted art, culture, design and creativity aficionados to Nuqat's conference in Kuwait amid a storm of insanity engulfing the Middle East.
The lead singer of the Lebanese rock band, Mashrou Leila, shares his strangest experiences with fans.
Reporters and editors excluded from membership are furious about results of the Lebanese Journalists Union (LJU) election so they're suing the syndicate and its president on charges of corruption, irregularities and violations of its bylaws.
While the country's legacy media did their share of covering the stellar event, mostly in lockstep with the government's
Mirshad had worked on one of Khalifeh's shows at Al Jadeed (New) TV where she said she detected his male chauvinist and traditional ideas towards women before he moved to MTV Lebanon to host another program.
Series were a staple of Lebanese TV, which aired its first programs in 1959, and became a money making export to Arab countries.
Forget local history books that don't fully account for a civil war and other setbacks that ruined the country and follow the money in Lebanon's tortuous slide from "Switzerland of the Middle East" to dysfunctional entity par excellence.
That's his nickname, acquired being first on the scene to shoot the effects of booby-trapped cars during his native Lebanon's civil war.