Category Archives: Ibrahim al-Amin

Lebanon: The Madness of Baabda and Jumblatt’s Bazaar

Ivory Coast’s president Alassane Ouattara and Lebanon counterpart Michel Sleiman greet supporters during president Sleima’sn welcoming ceremony at Abidjan airport on 14 March 2013. (Photo: AFP – Issouf Sanogo)   By: Ibrahim al-Amin   Published Thursday, April 4, 2013   … Continue reading

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Partitioning Syria at the Doha Summit

A fighter fires towards Syrian government forces positions from a building in Saif al-Dawla district in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on 25 March 2013. (Photo: AFP – Bulent Kilic)   By: Ibrahim al-Amin   Published Monday, March 25, … Continue reading

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Mikati’s Resignation: The End of Dissociation

While everyone will now be busying themselves with analyses and anecdotes about the domestic aspects of the crisis, the consequences of Mikati’s resignation for the tragedy in Syria are no less serious. (Photo: Haytham Moussawi)   By: Ibrahim al-Amin   … Continue reading

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Why the Rush to Form a Syrian Opposition Interim Government?

Syrian opposition members congratulate Syria’s National opposition’s new elected prime minister Ghassan Hitto (R) on 19 March 2013 at a Syrian opposition meeting in Istanbul. (Photo: AFP – Ozan Kose)   By: Ibrahim al-Amin Published Thursday, March 21, 2013   … Continue reading

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The Forsaken State of Lebanon

protesters set garbage bins on fire, blocking Beirut’s Corniche al-Mazraa road, to protest the attacks on Sunni Muslim scholars, 18 March 2013. (Photo: Reuters – Hussam Shebaro) By: Ibrahim al-Amin Published Tuesday, March 19, 2013   The Lebanese are living … Continue reading

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Calling a Civil War a “Civil War”

“Syrians do not like to hear their infighting described like this. The deep rift between the two sides makes each insist on its own description. This applies both to the regime, which is in unprecedented disarray and incapable of maintaining … Continue reading

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Syria: Both Sides Brace for Battle

  A fighter from the Sadik unit of Free Syrian Army’s Tahrir al Sham brigade fires his Steyr AUG rifle from inside a house during heavy fighting in Mleha suburb of Damascus, in this 22 January 2013 file photograph. (Photo: … Continue reading

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Lebanon: Taking on the Sectarian System

Monday’s protest at the parliament building could have been mistaken for a small group of people queuing up outside a government office. (Photo: Haytham Al-Moussawi) By: Ibrahim al-Amin Published Wednesday, February 20, 2013 The parliamentary majority’s grand electoral maneuver could … Continue reading

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Exclusive: The Final Hours of Imad Mughniyeh

The explosion was heard around 10:20 pm. Some people rushed to the location, including those Mughniyeh was seeing in the apartment.   Published Tuesday, February 19, 2013   An Al-Akhbar investigation into the 2008 assassination of Hezbollah commander Imad Mughniyeh … Continue reading

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If Only Georges Abdallah’s Freedom were Contagious

They have realized that keeping Georges hostage has become more costly than to release him. (Photo: Alia Haju)   By: Ibrahim al-Amin Published Monday, January 28, 2013   The French government decided to submit to US and Israeli pressure and … Continue reading

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