Lebanon Joins Wave of Anti-Government Protests

“People Have Reached the Limit”:

 

By Democracy Now

HAVANA TIMES – Tens of thousands of people in Lebanon joined hands on Sunday to form a human chain spanning north to south across the entire country. It was a symbolic display of unity across regional and sectarian divisions amid mass protests that have rocked the country in recent days.

The protests sweeping Lebanon come amid a wave of similar anti-government protests in Iraq, Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East.

We speak with Rami Khouri, senior public policy fellow and journalist-in-residence at the American University of Beirut, and a columnist at The New Arab.

 



One thought on “Lebanon Joins Wave of Anti-Government Protests

  • Surely Cuba MUST be next or soon. How can ANYONE live on 25 pesos a day!!

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