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A New Generation is Demonstrating In Beirut
A New Generation is Demonstrating In Beirut | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe death of ex-Prime Minister Rafik Al-Hariri has lead to unexpected reactions in his country. The disappearance of the man responsible for Beirut’s reconstruction has created a consensus that no living Lebanese political leader has yet managed to achieve. After the shock, and the mourning for someone who is now being called in the press “the martyr Al-Hariri”, a new generation of Lebanese people is appearing in the country’s squares and streets, carrying the Lebanese flag and reacting to too many years of occupation.
 
Dad, who was Al-Hariri?
Dad, who was Al-Hariri? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWho was Al-Hariri? Why did they kill him? Asks Essam, the son of Lebanese journalist and poet Yussef Bazzi. The answers from a Lebanese father to his son, are suffered and a reflection on Al-Hariri era.
 
يصعب أن نتخيل عجلةً تدور دون ان تدفعها يداه
يصعب أن نتخيل عجلةً تدور دون ان تدفعها يداه | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
 
Martyrs’ Square, a Short History of Lebanon
Martyrs’ Square, a Short History of Lebanon | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFor the most part, history only comes to a few, chosen places: a handful of unlucky cities, a legendary street or two, but most of all, a small number of public squares. So whenever history passes through Lebanon it descends on this square in central Beirut, unfurling its immutable decrees. Cannon Square, as it was known when the Ottomans planned modern Beirut, soon changed its name to Tower Square. After its transformation into the site for executions of the first Lebanese nationalists at the end of the Ottoman period, it was ever after known as Martyrs Square in their memory.
 
Storia dell’Egitto contemporaneo
Storia dell’Egitto contemporaneo | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMassimo Campanini, di formazione filosofica, è specialista di Cultura araba. L'autore presenterà oggi a Roma il suo nuova libro, "Storia dell'Egitto contemporaneo. Dalla rinascita ottocentesca a Mubarak". Roma, 24 Febbraio 2005
 
Palestine & Jordan, 1500AD–1900 AD
Palestine & Jordan, 1500AD–1900 AD | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanUntil the 28th of April 2005 The Khalid Shoman Foundation - Darat al Funun, Amman, Jordan.. The exhibition features the private collection of Dr. Hisham Khatib home to numerous original paintings, lithographs, photographs, maps, atlases and valuable plate books detailing Palestine and Jordan from the 16th century to the 19th century.
 
How will the wheels turn without his touch?
How will the wheels turn without his touch? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanI came across Hagg Nasir, crying on the stairs. A friend was holding him tight and helping him descend. When he saw me he said, “he was a mountain, and they leveled him.” I started to mumble back the words of comfort we’d all started using once we knew that the convoy had been bombed and Al-Hariri killed. Yet as I spoke, it struck me that Hagg Nasir’s words had a brevity and precision that would be hard to match.
 
بابا، مين الحريري؟ سألني إبني
بابا، مين الحريري؟  سألني إبني | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
 
History of Contemporary Egypt
History of Contemporary Egypt | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanStoria dell'Egitto Contemporaneo Massimo Campanini, Italian philosopher and specialist of Arab Culture, is presenting today in Rome his newly published book “Storia dell’Egitto contemporaneo, dalla rinascita ottocentesca a Mubarak”. Rome, 24th of February
 
Western Financing Flows towards the Middle East
Western Financing Flows towards the Middle East | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Conference held in Alexandria (30-31 January 2005) on "Western Financing Flows towards the Middle East: the potential impacts on the socio-political and economic fields" wanted, mainly, to analyse the flows of money currently directed to the Middle East. It has produced interesting conclusions that we reproduce in this article.
 

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