Editorial

More Editorials

  • Resolution of nothing 

    This year has been one of important anniversaries for Palestinians.

  • Assailing the firefighter 

    From the day Saad Hariri became prime minister-designate, orders were given to yellow publications, yellow minds, Syria lackeys and March 8 politicians, to...

  • A Haley, Israeli fail 

    It’s no secret that for years, Israel has used every possible means in an attempt to break the Palestinians. The Jewish state has tried to bring them to...

  • Yet another Israeli sham 

    Israel Tuesday raised the specter of war once again with its army announcing the start of an operation along its northern border with Lebanon to “expose and...

  • Law applies to everyone 

    Of all the traits that characterize Lebanon, one of the most vocal is the relentless call by citizens and politicians alike for an independent judiciary and...

  • Misuse of technology 

    The age of the internet has without a doubt not only dramatically widened the scope of data we can access, but also expanded the amount of information that is...

  • Gloves come off 

    For years, Hezbollah has encouraged a working government because it suited its purposes and interests, and through its allies ensured an acceptable...

  • Lebanon’s 75 years 

    This week, we celebrate 75 years of Lebanon’s independence.

  • Measured response 

    After a tense few days, courtesy of a fiery speech over the weekend by Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah that seemed to smother any possibility of a...

  • Lebanon in jeopardy 

    Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah didn’t mince words over the weekend, coming out with a loud-and-clear, “My way or the highway,” abandoning any...

  • Broader designs 

    The picture is gradually growing clearer, and it has become quite evident that March 8 and its sponsors have an ample supply of rabbits in their hats ready to...

  • Loyalty to Lebanon 

    The region enters a dangerous new phase Monday, as the U.S. administration restores sanctions on Iran that were lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal.

  • Not time for antics 

    In Lebanon, the spirit of partnership in governance is not a luxury but the one thing that allows 18 different sects to coexist in peace in this tiny country.

  • Don’t desert the Palestinians 

    People in the Middle East aren’t known for letting things go; every perceived insult, affront or breach of trust is treated with the same gravity as the...