Tarek Joseph Chemaly, a Lebanese artist and university lecturer, published a personal comment about censorship of the arts in Lebanon. And according to Giedre Steikunaite, a freelance writer currently based in London, wrote an article about censorship in Lebanon for New Internationalist.
Creative acts of resistance are springing up in Lebanon in direct response to the increase of censorship in the country, reported Giedre Steikunaite in New Internationalist, while Tarek Chemaly wrote in Reorient:
“Talk about the censorship in Lebanon is looming large these days, after a string of issues which took center stage on the Internet, via social media.”
Reorient – 9 August 2012:
Mamnou! The Case of Censorship in Lebanon
In the land of the cedars, it’s all about how far you push the envelope. By Tarek Joseph Chemaly
New Internationalist – 18 September 2012:
Censorship and the arts: should forbidding be forbidden?
In direct response to increasing censorship, creative acts of resistance are springing up in Lebanon. By Giedre Steikunaite