Monthly Archives: December 2012

USA Helps Lebanon Replant Its Famous Cedars

The Lebanese government plans to plant one million trees a year with the help of USAID, which is funding a $12-million project to reforest Lebanon.

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A US Postage Stamp for Gibran

The Prophet, the book of 26 prose poetry essays by Kahlil Gibran, has sold over 8 million copies since it was published in 1923.  It has also been translated into 50 languages, making it one of the most widely read … Continue reading

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Arab Television: We Are What We Watch

By Louay Khraish Imagining Lebanon Daily headlines from around the world are reporting on the wave of fundamentalism sweeping across the Arab world.  Some even compare it to a tsunami.   Graeme Bannerman in his opinion piece, “The Key to Understanding … Continue reading

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