Tag Archives: Lebanon

Syrian Refugees and the Earth Household, Part 2.

By Guest Author Dana Visalli The second camp I visited in my visit to Lebanon was considered more hazardous than the first. It is much larger and has been in place longer; a raid there a year ago netted many … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees and the Earth Household, Part 1.

  By Guest Author Dana Visalli   With a Lebanese population of four million, Lebanon is currently hosting over one million Syrian refugees from the violence in Syria that has torn that country apart. I wanted to touch in with … Continue reading

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Nothing but a euphemism (Imperialism still stinks, Part 3)

At the end of World War I in 1918, the Arab peoples (including Iraqis, Syrians, and Palestinians) triumphantly declared their liberation from colonial rule according to their pre-war agreements … Continue reading

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Syria: Between a rock and a hard place

By guest author, Michael Corgan Does the ongoing Syrian civil war have echoes of the Spanish civil war of nearly 80 years ago? If the conflict were only between the Syrian government and rebel forces (as was true in opposing … Continue reading

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