Lebanon’s government fails to meet protesters’ demands: police respond violently

Lebanon’s government fails to meet protesters’ demands: police respond violently

When Lebanon’s Prime Minister stepped down last October amidst protests, people were promised a new 18-member cabinet to be formed by Friday. When that deadline was missed, riots and protests broke out in the street leading to violent confrontation between people and police. Since 1990, Lebanon has accumulated one of the largest debt ratios in the world, and poverty continues to rise.

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Avi Khait
Avi Khait 2 months

No wonder: Lebanon is pretty much taken over by Hezbollah, fully owned by Iran who has no interest in improving their life. Even Iranian people protest against their oppressive totalitarian regime.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 2 months

Islam the theocracy of chaos.

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