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14 March Official Website
Official website of the 14 March national gathering. Latest news, speeches, petition, photos and more.
IndyMedia.org - Beirut
Network of individuals, independent and alternative media activists and organisations, offering grassroots, and non-corporate, non-commercial coverage of social and political issues in Lebanon.
BBC Timelines - Lebanon
A chronology of major political and historical events in Lebanon.
Personal endeavor by its creator, aims to expose bribery and corruption in Lebanon.
Website dedicated to Samir Kuntar, the longest held Lebanese Detainee in the Israeli prisons.
Imam Moussa Al Sadr Center
News and articles related to Imam Moussa Al Sadr, provided by Imam Moussa Al Sadr Center for Research and studies.
Issam Fares Center for Lebanon
An independent, non-partisan public policy organization based in Lebanon. Its mission is to promote unity, security, peace, prosperity, justice and democracy in Lebanon.
Lebanese Transparency Association - No Corruption
Lebanese non-governmental organization specialized in promoting transparency and fighting corruption.
Lebanon 2020 - The National Summit
National summit connecting Lebanese leaders and mavericks, residing in Lebanon and abroad, to exchange experiences, craft commitments, and advance unique opportunities.
Democrats Abroad Lebanon (DAL)
Giving the opportunity for the American citizen in Lebanon to vote for the US politics.
Cedars Revolution Website Lebanon
Covers the latest news, statistics, reports, profiles and information about the Cedars Revolution in Lebanon.
Articles, news, opinions, photos, videos about Lebanese politics, human rights and society.
Political website discusses manipulation of media and personalities working in this direction.
Cedar Revolution - Wikipedia
Information about the Cedar Revolution, a chain of demonstrations and popular civic action in Lebanon triggered by the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on February 14, 2005.
American Lebanese Coordination Council (ALCC)
Non-profit think tank institution composed of professional individuals and committees united by one common denominator: freedom.