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Lebanon’s economic and political crises

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Lebanon’s economic and political crises
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Lebanon’s political class ‘squabbling over a field of ruins’ as economic crisis rages

Lebanon’s political class ‘squabbling over a field of ruins’ as economic crisis rages

Lebanon remains at a political impasse as squabbling continues between President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri over the formation of a new government even as the country suffers the worst economic crisis in its history, exacerbated by the devastating August explosion at a Beirut port.

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St. Longinus
St. Longinus
March 22, 2021

Political instability? Sectarian violence? Economic chaos? Fragmentation of the country? Sounds perfectly in line with the Oded Yinon Plan for Greater Is Ra El.

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