Lebanese RSS Feeds
Site - the961.com
About Site - The961 is home to the best and most engaging Lebanese content aimed at promoting Lebanon. Our mission is connecting the Lebanese diaspora to Lebanon! Showing Lebanon in a positive and optimistic perspective.
Site - blogbaladi.com
About Site - Blog Baladi is the most popular Lebanese blog out there. Najib offers commentary on everything in Lebanon. Blog Baladi's mission is to showcase Lebanon and the Lebanese in all their true, gritty, depressing, beautiful, ever-hopeful and absolutely hilarious glory.
Site - executive-magazine.com
About Site - Executive Magazine offers in-depth and forward thinking analysis, solid reporting and punchy opinion on Lebanese and Middle Eastern economics, finance and policy as well as regular industry surveys, regional market data, global economic trends and the latest in science, technology and the arts
Site - patriciaissa.com
Lebanon - GCC
About Site - PatriciaIssa.com is my little website! It is my personal space carrying my flair for luxury, fashion, exquisite lifestyle experiences, personal style, beauty, healthy life, motivational initiatives and travel. It is my way to reflect another side of my life as an entrepreneur, and a very busy business owner.
Site - en.bellebeirut.com
About Site - BelleBeirut is an online Lebanese magazine about fashion, beauty, health, love and culture in French and English. BelleBeirut.com also includes: beauty product reviews, Lebanese restaurants, hotels and resorts review, blogs, horoscopes, competitions and the weekly Official Lebanese Top 20 Charts and Grand Cinemas movie picks.
Site - stateofmind13.com
About Site - My name is Elie Fares, recently graduated with a medical degree, and I happen to like writing. This blog is the space where I vent. You'll find pieces on Lebanese issues, international issues and some less serious things occasionally.
Site - ginosblog.com
About Site - A Beirut-based blog since 2010. Gino's Blog comments on a variety of topics in or about Lebanon. Current affairs, human and civil rights, nightlife, arts and just about anything interesting that's not given enough attention by offline media, at least not in a way that many young, liberal Lebanese would like to see tackled.
Site - newsroomnomad.com
About Site - Having worked in traditional media outlets for the majority of her career and finding something lacking, this project is a departure from a media climate where politics reign supreme. Using her experience in traditional media as a launching point, Nadine Mazloum, attempts to explore topics that are often overlooked or trivialized but which are essential to our experience of humanity
Site - maureenabood.com
Michigan, United States
About Site - Hi, I'm Maureen Abood. I write about my Lebanese family, food, and life up north in Michigan on my blog. Rose Water & Orange Blossoms CookBook. Come read, cook, and eat with me...
Site - tasteofbeirut.com/blog
About Site - Taste of Beirut started in 2009 and its main purpose is to share Lebanese heritage with the world through recipes, anecdotes, and cultural tidbits. I am Joumana Accad and I published my first cookbook Taste of Beirut, named after my blog.
Site - projectrevolver.org
About Site - What started as a personal quest to explore and discover music turned into a community of music lovers sharing their passion for the types of music they like. Today, Revolver is an open platform for anyone with a peculiar interest in music, to share and consume music through lists, podcasts and videos.
Site - hummusforthought.com
About Site - My name is Joey Ayoub. I am working on transforming this blog to a more organised one. It will keep its focus on Lebanon, Syria and Palestine, but we will be expanding to include international issues as well. It will be bilingual, in English and Arabic.