Pictures by Philippe Pernot | Text by Sunniva Rose | Published date: 1 March 2018 10:28 UTC | The Lebanese Shia movement presents new video game, which re-enacts key battles in Syria and Lebanon BEIRUT, Lebanon – Heroic music, gunshots, and street fighting: Holy Defence has all the ingredients of a traditional first-person shooter video game, except this time, […]Read more "‘Holy Defence’: Hezbollah issues call of duty to video gamers"
The Lebanese Shi’a movement Hezbollah announced the launch of it’s latest videogame, “Holy Defence”, during a press conference held on Wednesday, Feb. 28.Read more "Hezbollah launches new videogame (MEE & OLJ 2018)"
On November 22d, 2017, Lebanon’s Independence Day, Saad Hariri, Lebanese Prime minister, returned to Beirut after two weeks of confinement in Saudi Arabia, where it was feared that he would be evicted by the crown prince Mohammed bin Salmane. Supporters of his “Future” party came from all Lebanon to celebrate and cheer as he gave […]Read more "Photo-essay: PM Hariri’s comeback to Lebanon (November 2017)"
Reportage photo publié par L’Orient – Le Jour (…) Photo publiée par le Middle East Eye (…)Read more "PM Hariri’s comeback to Lebanon (L’Orient-Le Jour & Middle East Eye 2017)"