Lebanon

Qatar swoops into Lebanon gas deal in wake of Jerusalem-Beirut agreement

Qatar could play a role in developing crucial infrastructure close to Israel's border with Lebanon.

Israel, UNIFIL in contact as Arab citizen crosses border into Lebanon

Dialogue is taking place between the relevant authorities in order to bring him safely back across the border.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF , Amir Bohbot/Walla! , YOAV ETIEL/WALLA
30/01/2023

Voices from the Arab press: The West, Iran & hostage-taking policy

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.

By THE MEDIA LINE
28/01/2023

Lebanese MPs denounce top prosecutor's moves against judge probing port blast

Officials have expressed dissatisfaction at the courts for continuing to investigate the blast.

By REUTERS
27/01/2023
Debris are seen in the port area after a blast in Beirut, Lebanon, August 10, 2020

Reopened Beirut Port explosion investigation sparks Lebanese judicial crisis

Judge Tarek Bitar resumed a long-frozen investigation into the 2020 disaster, which killed over 200 but was immediately blocked by Lebanese judicial authorities and detained for “usurping power."

By ANDREA LÓPEZ-TOMÀS/THE MEDIA LINE
27/01/2023

Lebanese politicians warn of 'sedition' amid judicial crisis

Lebanon's chief prosecutor has charged the judicial investigator of the Beirut Port blast case with "rebelling against the judiciary."

26/01/2023

Israeli village on Lebanon border isolated for years, now a tourist hotspot

Approximately 4,000 people visited Ghajar the day the town opened to the rest of Israel. Another 6,000 visited the following day.

By HILLEL KUTTLER/ JTA
26/01/2023

Hezbollah, Iran's next move as Lebanon's politics reach an impasse - analysis

Hezbollah knows that it must tread carefully, as it also benefits from the vacuum of power at the heart of Beirut.  

Lebanon blast investigator charges former PM, top public prosecutor

No senior official has yet been held to account for the explosion that killed 220 people.

By REUTERS
24/01/2023

'Thousands of shells per day' would hit Lebanon if IDF, Hezbollah go to war in the future

IDF Lt. Col. El-Chai Cohen spoke to the Jerusalem Post in the midst of a 10-day-long drill for the artillery.

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