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Nassim Nicholas Taleb Nov 13
President Michel Aoun You said that those who don't like the government should emigrate. I am doing the exact reverse. I left 43 years ago. I am now in transit to Beirut, just to make sure YOU emigrate. cc:
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Mark Dubowitz 1h
Would a statement by Trump in support of , , help or hurt these efforts? If it would help, what should it say, not say?
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Mark Dubowitz 18h
Thinking of the millions of Iranians, Lebanese and Iraqis on the streets across the Middle East. The days are numbered of the regimes that repress and steal from you. Hundreds of millions around the world are behind you.
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Al Jazeera English 7h
"We are the popular revolution, you the civil war." It's been one month since started - and protesters remain hopeful and defiant
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Mark Dubowitz 3h
Washington pundits got the “rally around the flag” analysis wrong: Iranians, Lebanese & Iraqis are rallying around the flag — but against the flag & other symbols of the Islamic Republic. No protestors burning the American flag.
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Mark Dubowitz 1h
I am a big fan. But this is exactly the wrong time to give any sanctions relief to the regime in Iran to try get them to the table. Maximize the pressure. Support the
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Mark Dubowitz 2h
Trump abandoned the Kurds & is terrifying allies around the world that they be next. Perhaps he can begin to redeem himself by directing his officials to use all appropriate instruments of US power against regime in Iran to support
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Joseph Haboush 6h
One month of : • Govt forced to resign • Prominent officials forced to appear in court • Foiled attempt by ruling elite to appoint one of their own as premier • Independent candidate wins vs. ALL parties as head of Bar Association
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Rebecca Collard 3h
“From Tehran to Beirut, one revolution that won’t die” Lebanese chanting in support of Iran protests tonight.
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Mark Dubowitz 6m
Seems like a good time to re-up this piece by ⁦⁩ and me on how Americans of both political parties can come together to support the (and the and ).
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Halim Shebaya (حليم شبيعة) 4h
Beirut, November 17: The sound of the revolution, marking the one month anniversary ( ongoing since October 17).
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Halim Shebaya (حليم شبيعة) 6h
At this moment, the Lebanese people are saying "the lawyers made me cry"... but in a good way. Congratulations and all the amazing lawyers supporting the rights of protesters and defending issues that relate to the public interest.
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Halim Shebaya (حليم شبيعة) 6h
What better way to celebrate one month of (started on October 17) than with an electoral victory in the Beirut Bar Association.
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Maha Yahya Nov 15
Only in Protestors asking internal security forces to spray them with water so they can shower 😂
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Mark Dubowitz 3h
Syrians in Deir ez-Zoor join Iranians, Lebanese and Iraqis protesting against the Islamic Republic and its proxies (Assad, Iranian militias).
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Halim Shebaya (حليم شبيعة) 3h
Replying to @halimshebaya
Palestinian flag in - Beirut always in solidarity with
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Al Jazeera English 11h
Lebanese tycoon Mohammed Safadi withdraws PM candidacy amid pressure from protesters |
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Jad Chaaban د. جاد شعبان 4h
Revolutionaries getting violent 😂
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Nadine Mazloum Nov 13
So many journalists, social media influencers/users out there sharing posts without proper verification or knowledge of deeper context. So many. Verify everything before you post/share. This isn't a game.
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julien lahoud 6h
Early elections at the ordre of physicians? 💪🏼
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