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Zeina Khodr 5h
Lebanon Restaurant Owners Syndicate - 265 businesses closed so far due to economic crisis; expected to rise to 500 by year end if crisis continues ; would mean 7500 unemployed - This sector employs 50,000 Lebanese
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Hadley Gamble 7h
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7D News Nov 27
Al-Hariri’s firm decision leaves the country with no clear favourite Sunni Muslim nominee to form a government that must rescue Lebanon from its worst economic crisis since the 1975-90 civil war.
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Léa Yerevanian 7h
Liquidity problem resolved.
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Arab Center Washington DC 4h
How did the start and what is perpetuating the crisis? Join us Tuesday to discuss
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IMF*kd Dec 4
to ALL the politicians: just LEAVE, GO, GET THE FUK OUT your time is up
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أنا لبناني Dec 4
Problem with peaceful revolution: "The goal is to show that violence will not work. But like hundreds of protesters, many in the first generation of rebels may perish in the process. The generation that begins a revolt often does not live to see its conclusion"
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IMF*kd Dec 4
turning points in recent history. coincidental 15yrs: 1943-1958 independence to civil war (1st US intervention in ME) 58-75 calm/prosperity 75-90 civil war 90-2005 syrian occupation 2005-2019 Hariri+political conflicts 2020 - 2035 [fill in]_____??
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IDC Nov 27
Minister Gebran Bassil speaking at the was critical of for blocking roads. Why didn't he mention meeting the demands of the people or the violence of Hezbollah thugs?
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Jawad Boulos 19h
Would be good if the Hezbonomics theorists might consent to open the parachute instead of gearing up to analyze the geometry and colors of the messy splat that will be inevitable if the landing is not somehow controlled. That said ... What? Me Worry?
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walid abousleiman Dec 4
Replying to @wabousleiman
As for BDL paying less interests to its clients (banks), and half in LBP, implies a haircut of circa 3% noting that the devaluation on Lira is more than 35%.
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Josephina Mallah 14h
To Make Sense of Lebanon’s Protests, Follow the Garbage Our garbage is becoming our image overseas 😞
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israel_love Nov 27
killing a revolutionary is possible killing a revolution is impossible ✊🇮🇷✊🇪🇬✊🇱🇧
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🇬🇧🇱🇧MeMyself&I 6h
Can you imagine how dangerous Israeli Fighter Jets would be in if Lebanon's protesters were armed with Lazer Guns pointed at the Fighter Jets.....
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Sara Fallah 21h
Replying to @MostafaMe4
Mullhas belong in hell. Mullhas deserve nothing except to be arrested & the criminal ones must be jailed with hard labor & the rest must replace mules in farms. united topple Khamenei's criminal regime.
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saad syed Dec 1
12.3 i think hashtag is the powerfull thing which united the public or country for example call for protesting going in Lebanon use to united public in side the country.
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IG Dec 1
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MikeⓋ Dec 4
Replying to @MarkRuffalo
Global Capitalism is blocking my money at the for the past 50 days! Long short
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MC ElAssaad Dec 4
formula is impossible! want the Corrupt government to formulate a Clean government to eradicate Corruption and bring Corrupt to justice. Impossible. Why would they hang themselves. We are@much worse than before!
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Tania Saba Dec 2
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