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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
FPM lawyers want to sue protesters who block roads. This is the party that is telling everyone that they understand protesters' grievances and that they want to fight corruption
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @HassanChamoun
Protest in Ramlet el Bayda now. Photo by
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
"thief, thief, Wissam Achour is a thief". Protesters in Eden Bay now Wissam Achour is the founder of Achour Holding behind the 'Lancaster Eden Bay', built on the illegally stolen public coast. They've been destroying our coast for decades.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
Some context from 2016 - Barricades on the beach: Beirut residents fight for their waterfront
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @HassanChamoun
Protesters in Ehden Bay have broken the wall around it, separating the private property which, again, is built on illegally stolen coastal land. Photo by
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
A soldier in Tripoli declared his support to the revolutionaries. As we've been saying from the beginning, the attitude of individual soldiers will matter to the government. So far, there hasn't been any real dissident from within the army.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
Whoever is in Beirut *please* make your way to Eden Bay immediately
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @kamicut
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
From riad el solh right now, women protesters holding a candlelight vigil and banging on pots. Numbers are in their thousands.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
Barking against the parliament, literally
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @HassanChamoun
Banging and making more noise next to the parliament Video by
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @joeyayoub
Kids these days, destroyin' sectarianism and everything
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ابن بالدوين Nov 6
Replying to @bey_today
Squares Meet: A Conversation Between Activists From Tripoli, Saida, Nabatieh, Zouk, Aley, and Beirut
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
From in front of Électricité du Liban building Via
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
The Lebanese University (only public university) Hadath campus
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
Students in Baalbeck
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
Students in Nabatiyeh
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
Students in Western Bekaa
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @chrismaroun91
Students in Baalbek-Hermel
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Students in Mazraat Yashou3 (where fpm thugs attacked protesters some weeks ago)
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Students in Nabatiyeh, chanting the anti-Gebran Bassil (ally of Hezbollah) song (lyrics changed to 'the road is closed') near Hezbollah flags
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Students in front of LIU university
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Students in Furn El Chebbak
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Trending now is (revolution of students). Posted some videos above but you can see more on the hashtag. Dozens of students in schools and universities throughout Lebanon are striking. The momentum is not going down.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
The sign reads: come down, your country is taking class attendance
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Amal supporters intimidating Beirut LIU students and chanting pro-Nabih Berri slogans. These men are themselves usually working class, and they are defending one of the richest and powerful warlords exploiting them. The threat? students
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
The Antonine Sisters School - Nabatiyeh has reportedly expelled students that took part in the protests. If confirmed the school would be violating Lebanese law.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Elderly woman banging on a pot from her balcony to support students below
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
Quite the image from Lebanese University - Hadath campus of the student protests
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @LunaSafwan
In front of the ministry of education h/t
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @LunaSafwan
Lebanese University - Hadath. Students chanting 'come down from your class'
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @LunaSafwan
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @LunaSafwan
Pro-Amal students are protecting 'their' building from protesters at the public Lebanese University - Hadath campus. It's a good example of how sectarian parties treat public institutions actually. They see them as their private property.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
But it's actually very interesting that in Hadath of all places, pro-Amal students are on the defensive against peaceful protesters. They're really losing the monopoly on the narrative.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 7
Replying to @joeyayoub
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