Financial Times  Sep 5  Comment 
Disgruntled Sunnis could provide Islamist group with fertile ground for a foothold that would provoke violence in the fragile state
Clusterstock  Aug 14  Comment 
Growing up in Lebanon during the country's civil war, Fuad Sawaya, lived through a "nightmare", sometimes attending  school in a shelter and learned by candle light. That did not stop him from eventually founding the consumer industry-focused...
New York Times  Aug 9  Comment 
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, considered Lebanon’s most influential Sunni Muslim politician, returned unexpectedly to Lebanon on Friday after three years of self-imposed exile.
New York Times  Aug 8  Comment 
Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, considered Lebanon's most influential Sunni Muslim politician, returned unexpectedly to Lebanon Friday after three years of self-imposed exile.
New York Times  Aug 8  Comment 
Militants from Syria who overran a Lebanese town mostly withdrew across the rugged hills separating the two countries as a cease-fire appeared to hold Thursday.
The Political and Financial Markets Commentator  Aug 7  Comment 
The fact that Hezbollah has tunnels into Israel should come as little surprise as Hezbollah and Hamas share terrorism techniques along with sharing the desire to destroy Israel!  This must read story about the tunnels dug into Israel by the...
New York Times  Aug 7  Comment 
The clashes between the Lebanese Army and Sunni extremist fighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, who occupied a Lebanese border town last weekend, showed some signs of easing on Wednesday.
Financial Times  Aug 6  Comment 
Military aid offered as regional conflicts spill over into Lebanon, raising fears that Isis could seize control of Sunni areas
Bloomberg  Aug 5  Comment 
Lebanon’s army pressed on with its offensive against mostly Syrian militants entrenched in a Lebanese border town, as troops came under fire in the northern city of Tripoli.
New York Times  Aug 4  Comment 
The fighting in the Lebanese town of Arsal appeared to be the worst spillover into Lebanon since the Syrian conflict began more than three years ago.


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