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An Untold Lebanese Refugee Story

An Untold Lebanese Refugee Story

Someone recently forwarded me an article from the Anti-Racism Movement’s website, about a new, apparently unofficial, policy to stop renewing the residence permits for the children of migrant workers in Lebanon. Here’s a clip from the piece: Since early this summer, the General Security had decided, without explanation or prior warning, with no new decision or … Continue reading

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Qifa Nabki [ˈki-fə ˈneb-kē] is a blog about Lebanese politics, history, and culture, written by Elias Muhanna, the Manning Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Brown University. In addition to his academic scholarship, Muhanna is a frequent contributor to such publications as The New York Times, The Nation, Foreign Policy, and The Guardian, where he writes on political and cultural issues in the contemporary Middle East. Become a fan on Facebook to meet other readers, follow Elias on Twitter, and subscribe to the RSS feed here.

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