Few days ago the Lebanese protesters attacked ex PM, Hariri's convoy in Beirut. People are ready to lynch him. He better flee.THU NOV 7, 2019 / 1:45 PM EST
Ex-Lebanese PM questioned over how $11 billion was spent the That is 2019 The country is like Somalia with weak immoral leadership and culture
do u think hezbullah is behind the explotision or at least where involved in some wayIn the aftermath of the Beirut blast, the anti Hezbollah movement is picking up in Lebanon. About 27% of the Lebanese are Shiites. it is not gonna be easy to marginalize Hezbollah even if the Sunnis join the Christians. Hezbollah consists of crazy strong-headed members who understand only force.
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There is no telling who is behind the blast. I doubt it is Hezbollah though.do u think hezbullah is behind the explotision or at least where involved in some way
Holy shit lebananon is fracturing even faster than Ethiopia or Somalia.Recently there were pro-Erdogan anti-Armenian protests in Lebanon organized by the Lebanese of Turkish descent.
It is really bad. One blast made around 300,000 people homeless. Lebanon needs somewhere between $10-15 billions to right itself. Their political system based on sectarian sharing of power is the reason for the financial collapse. It is a Levantine version of Somali clan-based regions.Holy shit lebananon is fracturing even faster than Ethiopia or Somalia.
How terrible the future looks for them. How pathetic to have 40k ppl sign off their country to beg France.
I wouldn't be surprised if some intelligent service found out about the ammonium nitrate and set it off to send Lebanon over the edge. Read this piece from Haaretz.The Lebanese electricity sector racked up $42 billions in debt and that's before the blast. That's only one sector of their economy. Mind you the population of Lebanon is just 6.8 millions. Watch the video in the article below.
Lebanon has already defaulted in its sovereign loan payments. Nobody is coming to save Lebanon.
BEIRUT: It is two in the afternoon and Verdun Street, one of Beirut’s upscale neighborhoods, is doubly lit up — by the midday sun and by street lights. “Look at the street lamps shining brightly in the middle of the day while most areas suffer from power outages,” Fatima Hachem, 29, a local...www.arabnews.com
The convulsions in Lebanon have gradually had an effect on Israel’s approach to its neighbor, leading to a slow and cautious lowering of its state of alert along the northern border. Since the death of a Hezbollah operative in an attack attributed to the Israeli Air Force at the Damascus airport on July 21, the Israel Defense Forces has instituted an increased level of alert along the border, in light of the intelligence assessments concerning a possible Hezbollah response.
But the disaster in the port on August 4 totally changed the internal agenda in Lebanon. It seems that it will now make it harder for Hezbollah secretary general Hassan Nasrallah to justify an operation against Israel that could further complicate things.
Strangely the blast coincided with the US sanctions to squeeze the life out of the Syrian regime. Lebanon was and still is one of Assad's last outlets to conduct transactions with the world.I wouldn't be surprised if some intelligent service found out about the ammonium nitrate and set it off to send Lebanon over the edge. Read this piece from Haaretz.