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Sterling Archer Jan 13
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ابن الضاحية وشيعي ومع الثورة Jan 14
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Roy Assaf Jan 14
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Nizar 🇱🇧 Jan 15
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Abbas MJ Srour Dec 14
Replying to @Mark_Darido
Me too bro... I will pass it on to my kids after 20 years and tell them to continue the 17th of October revolution because even if takes 100 years I'm not giving up on this country.
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Tarek Dergham ✯ Jan 15
Loyalty is expensive don’t expect it from cheap people ~ Lebanon 🇱🇧
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ahmad hosni Jan 14
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MJ Jan 14
I just returned home.. I cant feel my body, i have multiple bruises. I had to hide just because i have no one to bail me out all because I'm asking for my basic human rights
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Rebecca Collard Jan 14
Protesters smashing bank windows on Hamra main Street.
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Claudia Farah Jan 13
So the backstabbers of the thawra today are Jal el deep and zalka, all of Lebanon is on the streets except them, looks like they went back to being 🐑🐑
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Houda Henniche Jan 14
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Elie Merheb | ايلي مرعب Jan 13
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van Jan 13
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Nicholas Frakes | نيكولاس فرايكس Dec 20
Protesters in will often block the , an area that once separated east and west Beirut during the Civil War. Now protesters are trying to associate the location with something new. My latest with .
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Ali Alchall Dec 16
It’s okay to create mayhem when an individual, that isn’t even living in this country, curses your religious figures. But when protestors close roads to demand their basic human rights, they’re suddenly ruining our country. Backwards mentality.
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Nada Maucourant Atallah Jan 13
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Rebecca Collard Jan 16
Lebanese finding a good use for their banks. .
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Nizar 🇱🇧 Jan 6
82 days and protestors are still closing ring ❤️
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Rebecca Collard Jan 18
Rocks and water cannons outside the Lebanese parliament.
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Rebecca Collard Jan 18
Tear gas pushing the protesters back in Beirut.
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