LEBANESE INNOVATION STRONGER THAN IRAN'S GRIP

Within the context of Iran's grip on Lebanon, the worst danger is the spread of fragility at the level of the state and its institution. By¬†Ali al-Amin Lebanon is deteriorating as a state and as an Arab country. The new stars in Lebanon are the heads of the security and military agencies, thanks to efforts […]

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Lebanon:
Arab: Arab people, also known as Arabs and Arabians, are a panethnic group[16] primarily inhabiting Western Asia and North Africa. They are identified as such on one or more of genealogical, linguistic, or cultural grounds,[17] with tribal affiliations, and intra-tribal relationships playing an important
Amin PhotoAmin: In Arabic 'Amin ' for males means 'faithful, trustworthy'. The female equivalent is Amina, which is a widely used name among female Arabs.