Victor's Blog about the Web, Security and Life

The web for me is a hobby where standards and best practices are daily bread. Security is a concern that everybody must be aware of its details for IT in general, and the web in particular, to be a safer place. My life, on the other hand, is that of a regular Lebanese citizen where politics and social issues are discussed on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy reading my blog and make sure to drop me a comment about any topic you find interesting.

Category: Politics

From Israel to Lebanon

Because I believe in freedom of speech and opinion and because I witnessed the "blocking" of www.fromisraeltolebanon.org , I decided (without prior notice from the authors of the blocked website) to put a cached copy of the blocked website on my blog. This page contains pictures of...

Iran: The Upcoming Invasion?

For the past months, Iran has been facing many problems with the International Nuclear Organization regarding its nuclear activity. Last week, Iran was threatened by the fact that its Nuclear activity file will be submitted to the UN Security Council. Yesterday, Iran threatens to withhold oil...

Pure Chaos!

For the past two months, I have been watching the political situation in Lebanon and trying to understand the position, background, and characteristics of the various political parties in Lebanon. The simple result I achieved, although after too much thought, was that ALL Lebanese politicians,...

Lebanese Prisoners: Who Betrayed Who?

A very hot topic nowadays in the Lebanese media is the presentation, discussion, and analysis of the psycholgical and social aspects that the Lebanese prisoners faced in Syria and Israel throughout the past 30 years. This topic is two-fold and must be approached from two points of view which are...

Where did the Fouhoud Go???

Two months ago, Lebanon started facing a security crisis when many explosions started taking place since the assassination of Mr. Rafic El-Hariri. One month after the assassination, Mr. Elias El-Mur, during a TV interview, asked " Where did the Fouhoud go? " A question that was and is...

Kalam El Nass: A Battlefield for Respect!

Yesterday, a very unfortunate scene was seen during the famous LBCI TV Show "Kalam El Nass". My comments on the show are not about the topics that were "discussed" but rather on the approach that many Lebanese leaders use and master while in such public situations.  (More)

Independence 05

Today, Beirut witnessed a huge protest lead by the opposition parties. Words are countless. Witnessing this event is an honor for each and every free and independent Lebanese citizen watching history being written and sealed. Millions of Lebanese Citizens Thousands of Cities and Villages...
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