The Lebanese novelist and essayist Dominique Eddé expresses her amazement at a movement that ‘gives visibility and voice to a people in whom no one believed any more’: a Lebanese people united in solidarity
Jared Kushner recently outlined the Trump administration's vision for the future of the Middle East. The Bahrain summit saw Kushner announce a $50 billion "peace plan for Palestine", a plan that is filled with "white man’s burden" racism and that would steamroller the rights of the Palestinians. In this article, Dominique Eddé discusses the plan and what the Trump administration's pro-Israeli one-upmanship means for the future of the region.
Recent months have seen French politics rocked by two political events: the gilets jaunes protests and the Emmanuel Macron's public statement calling anti-Zionism a form of anti-semitism. In this, an open letter to philosopher Alain Finkielkraut following the attack on him recently in Paris during one of the protests, Dominique Eddé powerfully writes of the pains of the Palestinian people and struggle for a better world.