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27-Jan-2020 20:30

Tala’s radical reimagining of the club as a place to foster activism, rather than just an escape from Lebanon’s problems, proves that hope is the greatest engine of change.R29 Features is a premiere documentary series that brings viewers unprecedented stories about some of the most important moments, powerful women and pressing issues of our time, aimed at fostering change, educating audiences and inspiring change-makers everywhere.And what better time to experience this than the summer?Every summer is jam-packed with nightlife (which doesn't always happen at night), and it never fails to surprise us with a different flavor, a new set-up, and advertising that's sometimes too raunchy for many to stomach.Channeling the club’s exuberance to inspire empathy in Lebanon’s nervous climate, Tala and her fans have built a recycling program at the Grand Factory.(It also teaches sustainability practices for the home.) Additionally, they’re running a clothing donation program to help refugee families — collecting second-hand pieces from patrons.But music, Tala shows, can be a powerful tool for amplifying the idealism of young people who are eager to affect change.

ISIS is sending the 'prettiest virgins' they capture to slave markets in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where they are sold as sexual objects to the highest bidder, the United Nation's Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict has said.

Aid workers reported that among them was a pregnant nine-year-old girl who suffered horrific sexual abuse at the hands of ISIS militants in northern Iraq.

She claimed to have been 'sexually abused by no fewer than ten men'.

Lebanon has a reputation for being a party destination. Without rehashing clichés about Beirut "coming out of its shell as a party city," and away from the tired stories about half-naked Lebanese people dancing on the rubble of enduring political turmoil, we need to emphasize that it's not a die-hard love to party that makes Lebanon irresistible to party-goers.

It's the fact that Lebanon is as creative as partying gets about its nightlife.

ISIS is sending the 'prettiest virgins' they capture to slave markets in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where they are sold as sexual objects to the highest bidder, the United Nation's Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict has said.

Aid workers reported that among them was a pregnant nine-year-old girl who suffered horrific sexual abuse at the hands of ISIS militants in northern Iraq.

She claimed to have been 'sexually abused by no fewer than ten men'.

Lebanon has a reputation for being a party destination. Without rehashing clichés about Beirut "coming out of its shell as a party city," and away from the tired stories about half-naked Lebanese people dancing on the rubble of enduring political turmoil, we need to emphasize that it's not a die-hard love to party that makes Lebanon irresistible to party-goers.

It's the fact that Lebanon is as creative as partying gets about its nightlife.

He said: 'I honestly do not have an explanation why they did that...