LebLink: Weblinks to sites with information on Lebanon
Lebanese Commercial Groups:
Lebanese Political Groups:
The Free Patriotic Movement (www.tayyar.org):
The FPM defines itself as a movement for liberation and change.
Its national objectives are: to recover sovereignty, independence, and national
freedom of decision in Lebanon; to spread a democratic system of government that
is founded on justice, has integrity and transparency, separates all branches of
government, and rests on the transfer of power, free elections, and a free
media; to respect human rights according to norms stipulated by international
law and treaties; and to establish a nation of rights that is committed to the
responsibilities that a modern state owes its citizens and the international
The Future Movement (www.rhariri.com):
a non-governmental movement founded around Mr. Saad Hariri, the son of former PM
Rafic Hariri killed in a car bomb in Beirut on February 14, 2005. The movement
runs an online forum at (www.futuremovement.org).
The Lebanese Forces (www.lebanese-forces.org):
A Christian group founded initially by Bashir Gemayel to fight the PLO in
Lebanon and later the Syrian occupation. Dismantled in 1994 by the Lebanese
government. Led currently by Samir Geagea.
Reform Lebanon (www.reformlebanon.com):
[OFFLINE SINCE DEC 2005] Reform Lebanon is a team of young Lebanese that addresses the concerns of the
Lebanese people and tries to reach out to other reformist-like organizations.
They are lobbyists and campaigners aimed at enforcing the notion of reform
within the establishment in Lebanon and the parties within it.
[OFFLINE SINCE SEP
2006] 7iwar is an internet forum trying to bring together Lebanese
people interested in discussing the future of Lebanon and the best ways to
Lebanese News Sites:
- The Daily Star (www.dailystar.com.lb):
Daily Newspaper in English (Pro-Hezbollah)
- Naharnet (www.naharnet.com):
A commercial site, owned by Dar Annahar, with news updated daily and forum pages
(Pro - Independence)
Lebanese Television Sites: