Twin Blasts in Lebanon Signal Intensifying Unrest
Two car bombs rocked Tripoli—Lebanon's second largest city—Friday outside mosques frequented by Salafist preachers who have been vocal in their support of the Syrian opposition and critical of Hezbollah’s military intervention across the border.
Hezbollah Stronghold in Beirut Bombed
Thursday’s explosion in the Dahiyeh—an almost autonomous state-within-a-state in Beirut that is controlled by the Lebanese Shia party Hezbollah—was the second of such attacks to hit the area in the last couple of months and signaled that Hezbollah's...
Sectarian Tension Builds in Northern Syria
Hajj’s story is just one example of Shia and Sunni Syrians cleaving down sectarian lines that mirror allegiance to the regime or to the opposition. Sitting in the salon of his family home in the Qoreitem district of Hayyan, Mustapha Outroo, 19, a...
Let My People Go (Party)
For as little as $110 per day, you can forget your worries about Hamas and Hezbollah coming to get you and live it up with, as Israel Under 30’s website says, "2,000 smoking hot Israeli girls partying on the shores of the magestic [sic] Red Sea."
Israel Attacked Syria Yesterday, and Shit's Probably Going to Hit the Fan Now
Yesterday, Israel blew up a convoy of trucks in Syria. The attack, which killed at least two people, apparently was aimed at stopping weapons from falling into the hands of Israel’s enemies. Israeli officials are saying this attack is part of larger...