Sabine Choucair’s signature is a red nose: As a clown she roams the streets of Beirut and ‘Sabouny’ brings a smile to children and adults alike. In Lebanon a good laugh is in great need, since daily life has become formed by an economic and political crisis, the Covid19-pandemic and the explosion in the Beirut harbour in August 2020.
Women in Lebanon are the driving force behind the protests against the ruling elite. They are fighting not only against the corrupt system that prevents them from passing on their Lebanese nationality to their children, but also for the rights of LGBTQI+, refugees and migrants.
Tripoli ist die zweitgrößte Stadt im Libanon, 85 Kilometer nördlich von Beirut, und eine noch relativ touristisch unentdeckte Perle. Wir machen uns im Nahostcast mit euch auf den Weg, um die Stadt zu erkunden – und zwar zu einer magischen Zeit: Während des Fastenmonats Ramadan. Weiterlesen...
We talk about daily life in a shared flat with Syrians in Lebanon, about the Syrian artist community and which difficulties or enrichments can be found in the Syrian-Lebanese contact.