Journalist and explorer of the digital world. Interested in online activism and Diasporas, migrations, entrepreneurship.
I blog (sporadically) on www.nadaakl.com and Tweet a lot: @Nada_Akl
Latest posts by Nada Akl
11 November 2014
In a move that could be a serious, dangerous even, setback for Lebanon, the national parliament has postposed elections for the second time.
10 September 2014
Internet users worry that the decision, made by the Ministry of Justice, could lead the government down a slippery slope to greater censorship.
30 August 2014
Bahraini human rights activists Maryam Al-Khawaja was denied entry to Bahrain upon her arrival at the airport. Now in detention, she has started a hunger strike.
10 August 2014
Syria's Conflict Spills Into Lebanon. Clashes Kill Dozens, ISIS Captures Lebanese Soldiers in Border Town Arsal
In what many describe as a spillover of the Syrian conflict into Lebanon, 17 soldiers, 50 Islamic militants and over 40 civilians were killed in clashes in Arsal.
9 June 2014
Bloggers and the twittersphere discuss Lebanon's predictable and predicted presidential vacuum following Parliament's failure to elect a new president within the constitutional time frame.
3 January 2014
28 December 2013
7 October 2013
The Lebanese passport was ranked amongst the 10 worst in the world in terms of freedom of travel, the unsurprising news sparked bitter reactions online.
19 July 2013
Gambling sites have been blocked in Lebanon, a dangerous slippery slope.
Saudi activist and journalist Iman Al-Qahtani was denied the right to leave Saudi Arabia as punishment for her activism and support for reformers in the absolute monarchy.