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Maza Law? [What if?] is a card game that addresses the [absence of] history of the Lebanese civil war. Each card is a word cropped from a headline of a newspaper issued during the civil war. However, the cards in the game are shuffled and form a new headline every time the game is played. The random outcome suggests the highly subjective nature of traumatic memory.
The history of the Lebanese civil war [1975-1990] remains a personal experience to each and every one of us, a particular memory, image or a game of survival, blurring the threshold between fiction and reality.