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Maryam Nayeb Yazdi Nov 20
Replying to @joeyayoub
Help us urge them to break their silence.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 20
Replying to @maryamnayebyazd
We can definitely do that, bit that's a more general denizen activity which we can all take part of. I was thinking more of building networks, or if protesters will be looking to have some statements directed to the Lebanese translated into arabic etc
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د. آمال Nov 20
Replying to @joeyayoub
You can start by sending Nasrallah and his gang to Iran, their stay in Lebanon is draining the iranian economy.
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ابن بالدوين Nov 20
Replying to @amaal_dani
That's a fair comment, but I'm guessing you also know why we aren't able to do that? Hezbollah's finances come straight from Iran and the they're part of the Lebanese government we've been opposing for the past month now
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Majid Al-Bunni Nov 20
and what can we (Syrians in Europe) do to help?
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Sina Zekavat Nov 20
I really don't know habibi...keep up the media attention and relate the struggles as much as we can I guess. :(
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Arash Azizi Nov 20
Replying to @joeyayoub
Please bring signs to protest that shows support to . Organize a gathering in front of the Iranian embassy with clear non-sectarian slogans in favor of people. I am coming to Beirut Nov 28-Dec 1 to ask Lebanese protesters to speak about links to Iran
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Carla Aranha Nov 20
Replying to @joeyayoub
Very interesting moment for the Middle East
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