Iman Azzi is an intern for the Daily Star newspaper in Beirut, Lebanon. A native of New Hampshire, she attended Philips Exeter Academy and graduated from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service in May 2006. She majored in Culture and Politics of the Middle East and earned her certificate (minor) in Justice and Peace Studies. She has worked with Seeds of Peace, interned at the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies in Amman, and studied at The American University of Cairo.
Who speaks for the innocent Lebanese? COMMENTARY | July 22, 2006 A young American living in Beirut is shocked at how indifferent international reaction has been to the situation there, and wonders if the West values Arab humanity differently than it values itself.