"You Can Kill As Many As You Like. By Killing Us, You Revive Us."

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CABINET MAKER: Nayla Tueni

A year after the independence revolution forced out Syrian troops and brought in a new Lebanese government, Nayla Tueni is chairing a meeting of students discussing a unique project. The idea is to form a shadow cabinet of young people to keep tabs on the country's actual Ministers. She stays cool when the talk gets a little raucous, yet no one harbors a greater passion for the plan. It is the brainchild of her father, newspaperman and Lebanese M.P. Gebran Tueni, who was assassinated at age 48 in a bomb attack last December in what was widely seen as revenge for...

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