Monthly Archives: July 2006

“My wife and children are injured, and we have nowhere to go.”

Mother Jones Website News: Daily Dispatches from the War-Torn Lebanese Capital By Dahr Jamail Returning from traveling to Sidon on Saturday, I was emotionally exhausted, physically sick from what I saw.

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“If You Haven’t Left, You’re Hezbollah”

SIDON, Lebanon — The Israeli attack on Qana has taken the biggest toll of the war, but it is only one of countless lethal attacks on civilians in Lebanon. Large numbers fled the south after Israelis dropped leaflets warning of attacks. Others have been unable to leave, often because they have not found the means. […]

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Oil Spill Hits Lebanon

BYBLOS, Lebanon — Israeli air strikes on an electricity plant have released oil that has now spread over much of Lebanon’s coastline. More than 15,000 tons of oil have hit the coast after the bombing of five of six storage tanks at the plant in the coastal village El-Jiye, 30km south of Beirut. The northern […]

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Black Beaches in Lebanon

Towards the beginning of the war, Israeli air strikes target five of the six oil storage tanks at the electrical plant in El-Jiye city. El-Jiya is a small coastal city roughly 20 miles south of Beirut. The prevailing winds blow towards the north, up the coast, so this translates into most of the coast of […]

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