We must not police justified anger.
'the discourse' has nothing to do with reality.
This is the constant in Lebanese politics: scapegoating refugees.
Another look into the October 2019 uprising in Lebanon, from a published book chapter.
This article is an invitation to explore the links between the movement to stop the Bisri Dam project, a proposed project in the Bisri Valley located in Mount Lebanon, and the wider importance of integrating an environmental and social justice perspective to our understanding of modern Lebanese politics.
A long conversation on identity, trauma, history and the protracted now.