43 years have passed since the civil war, but is its specter still haunting Lebanon? What do we need to do to have real peace among the Lebanese people? Will our anxiety from the war ever disappear? Ricardo Karam addressed all these questions with his guests Youssef Haidar, Mona Ghandour, and Lokman Selim in this episode that commemorates the Lebanese civil war.
The world is in a constant state of change. The global economy is changing. Unemployment is increasing and spreading, and businesses are becoming failing. Is the youth’s pessimism understandable or are the opportunities open for them if they are willing to reach for them?
Tariq Al Amal – Youth and Economy
They survived what have been semi-fatal traffic accidents. What lessons did these young men and women come out with after receiving a new chance in life?
Tariq Al Amal – Traffic Accidents
Her life is full of coincidences … “She passed away and resurrected” …
She has painted stories and tales using her body making her a ballet dancing pioneer in Lebanon and the Arab world.
Maa Ricardo Karam – Georgette Gebara
There are milestones in life that changes all the details. They transfer us from one state to another reaffirming time and time again that life is in a constant state of renewal.
Tariq Al Amal – Turning Point
Des quelques 2000 émissions de télévision et de radio réalisées mondialement avec moi, la vôtre compte parmi les meilleures en ce qui concerne la qualité de vos questions et le niveau de notre discussion. Ricardo Karam est mon interlocuteur-intervieweur préféré.
Ricardo’s questions are an exceptional doorway to Lebanon’s soul and mind.
Avec mon amitié et mes remerciements pour une des rares interviews que j’ai pris plaisir à faire