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Lebanon: The state of things

From lundi matin #250, 23/07/2020 … Will the confinement and the ceasefire get the better of the Lebanese uprising? Will the omnipresence of security be able to bridge the chasm into which the population seems to sink deeper every day? … Continue reading

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Lebanon: Chronicles of revolution in times of a pandemic

From Lundi Matin #241, 04/05/2020 … Since October 17, 2019, Lebanon has been living at the rhythm of an uprising targeting both the political class and a moribund economic regime. As elsewhere, the spread of the virus and the health … Continue reading

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Insurrection in lebanon

From the CrimethInc. Collective, an interview with Joey Ayoub on the rebellion in lebanon (and a followup on an earlier text of his posted by the Collective and shared by Autonomies). Lebanon: The Revolution Four Months in An Interview A massive … Continue reading

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Chronicle of an insurrection: Lebanon

From the CrimethInc. collective (13/11/2019) and a blog maintained by Joey Ayoub … Lebanon: A Revolution against Sectarianism Chronicling the First Month of the Uprising Since October 17, Lebanon has experienced countrywide demonstrations that have toppled the prime minister and … Continue reading

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From putrefaction comes life: Lebanon’s “you stink” movement

Garbage collection in Beirut came to a halt in late July, with national authorities unable to overcome conflicting interests between private refuse collection companies, local authorities and populations, and avarice among the country’s political and economic elites.  With the city’s … Continue reading

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