My story about Lebanon & Journalism

I was happy to share my story on covering the #Lebanonprotests, the start of the movement and how everything went down, how I even picked a career in journalism. The Oslo women’s right initiative, the Nobel Peace Center and Civita were kind enough to host me alongside an amazing group of women. Below is a copy of my prepared speech; of course I went a bit off script, just for the fun of it.

 

 

Lebanon: caught between military overreach & poverty

Today is the day to question the action of the Lebanese government and what the cabinet is trying to impose, what will future Lebanon look like amid the latest actions? In the past 10 days here’s what happened and what every picture

Being a Reporter

If only work resembled to a little piece of paper, with written notes all over it, once done, you shred it and throw it away. Sometimes I wish for this, others I just feel blessed with my job.  Journalism is not what we can call a regular job. No; I am not here neither to brag nor to nag about it, I am here to share some thoughts, I am here looking for some solutions, maybe.

 

Suffering silently

Farah* sat in her tent in Wadi Hmayed camp, uncomfortable and a little ashamed. “I see blood in my urine, a lot of blood most of the time,” the newly married 24-year-old told NOW softly.
Lebanon: caught between military overreach & poverty

Lebanon: caught between military overreach & poverty

Today is the day to question the action of the Lebanese government and what the cabinet is trying to impose, what will future Lebanon look like amid the latest actions?  In the past 10 days here’s what happened and what every picture -below- symbolizes:   The...

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Lebanon: Social media under the Government’s scope again?

Lebanon: Social media under the Government’s scope again?

Lebanon, a country often praised for it's distinguished level of freedoms compared to other neighbouring countries, is up against a new challenge today. The situation began to change in the past few months as many journalists, activists and sometimes regular citizens...

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My story about Lebanon & Journalism

My story about Lebanon & Journalism

The Time is Now - Oslo, Norway (March 2020) I was happy to share my story on covering the #Lebanonprotests, the start of the movement and how everything went down, how I even picked a career in journalism. The Oslo women's right initiative, the Nobel Peace Center and...

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قرية تركيّة تربحُ الطاقة المتجدّدة

قرية تركيّة تربحُ الطاقة المتجدّدة

قرية تركيّة تربحُ الطاقة المتجدّدة ييرجا قرية تركية صغيرة تقع في منطقة سوما، ولا يتجاوز عدد سكانها الـ 312 شخصاً، وهي جزء من محافظة مانيسا في جنوب شرق تركيا. ويعدّ الزيتون مصدر رزق أساسي لأهلها. تضمّ أيضاً معملين للفحم "كول" معروفين محلياً باسم "كولين.." كانت منطقة...

My story about Lebanon & Journalism

My story about Lebanon & Journalism

The Time is Now - Oslo, Norway (March 2020) I was happy to share my story on covering the #Lebanonprotests, the start of the movement and how everything went down, how I even picked a career in journalism. The Oslo women's right initiative, the Nobel Peace Center and...

Through my Lens
These Pictures are an accumulation of trips which i have taken during my work in the past few years,with a special focus on covering the Syrian refugees influx to Lebanon.

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