Writer and filmmaker
Blog: After the release of Ahmed Mansour, Twitterers have rounded on Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris for his defence of the reporter's arrest.
The Lebanese Army has launched its own Twitter account and it was met with a lot of support, many wishing it well in its struggle against Islamic State group.
Culture: Majallet Onboz is a multidisciplinary Arabic-language magazine for children recently launched at the National Museum in Beirut, Lebanon.
Comment: Hizballah has hijacked the Shia identity, is fighting a war in Syria on sectarian lines and calls its Shia opponents US agents. Many Lebanese Shia have had enough.
Lebanese Communist Party says it is taking defensive action to secure its villages from myriad threats, the latest mobilisation in country scarred by war.
Israeli authorities have released the student and folk dancer after six months in Israel's notorious Ofer prison - to the delight of her supporters.
Comment: The purging of love has tortured and corrupted Arabs' collective wellbeing. Like Shakespeare's tragic heroes, they may perish unless love resurrects within them, says Moe Chreif.
Analysis: Thawing relations between Lebanese Forces and the Free Patriotic Movement could help heal the country's bitter divisions - even if they don't solve crucial issues.