Thursday, February 01, 2018

Human Rights Watch office in Beirut is in effect part of the March 14 Hariri coalition

I told you that a long time ago.  Look at this:  Human Rights Watch talks about political repression in Lebanon but they only mentioned the cases of right-wing, pro-Saudi individuals. There are four leftist writers in Al-Akhbar (me being one of them) who face prosecution by the Lebanese state (for a tweet on the Lebanese Army in my case) and not one of them was mentioned. They also called Marcel Ghanim, the most corrupt media personality in Lebanon and the Arab world, "prominent".