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DTariqan Dec 2
This Revolution is against corruption why do you feel it is against you? 🇱🇧✌🏻
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Romy 22h
Hezbollah MP Mohamad Raad equals the war against protesters to the war against Israel. Hezbollah fears our revolution against corruption.
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Lebanese Bonkers Dec 4
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Eyeswidopen 13h
Congrats the roads are open , enjoy the ride
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Lara Bitar Dec 3
Spatial configuration of protest sites in Beirut neatly explained with new signs. It's more complicated, but "protest" leads to Riad el-Solh, "discussion" to Azariyeh, direction to block the Ring Bridge, and "chant" leads to Martyrs Square.
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Eyeswidopen Dec 4
The revival of Heckle and Jeckle
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Eyeswidopen Dec 4
This presidency is driving It’s citizens to a breaking point Outrageous... down in the mud Pitt is were it will end up
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Romy Dec 4
Replying to @romyjournalist
Do not let people siding with the government demonize you for blocking the roads. Siding with evil (the government) is the greatest evil. Block the roads. It’s a revolution not a ballroom.
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b9AcE 🐊 10h
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Eyeswidopen 15h
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Lebanese Bonkers Nov 30
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Zeina Hashem Beck Dec 4
The Lebanese Thawra is 50 days old today. Hela ho 💃🏻✊🏽🇱🇧❤️❤️ (some favorite photos from November) All the love and solidarity with the people in the streets.
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Eyeswidopen 2h
Democracy in my country is hypothetical
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K Galbohar Dec 1
Lebanon is not a kingdom, it's a democratic republic and the will of people must prevail.
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Eyeswidopen Dec 4
Of course they worked hard for the last two months ... shameless beings
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Romy Nov 29
The brave men and women in Baalbak (A shiite majority city) are still protesting despite the multiple attempts by Hezbollah & Amal supporters to intimidate protesters with violence or indirect pressure. ‘He who is brave is free’
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Marina Chamma - مارينا شمّا 11h
50 Days & counting of our beautiful . The change we strive for also means changing discriminatory legislation that forbids Lebanese women from passing citizenship to their children, as the lovely Maya explains, featured on
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MRM 10h
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hamo_elmagik33 Dec 1
Beirut now. From the National Museum to Riad el Solh and Martyrs Square. 46 days and counting of our beautiful . We will not back down
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It Ain’t OVER until U All Step Down. Dec 3
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