A protest this big at this sensitive time in Lebanon is very significant and would mean a lot to the people of the Lebanese Revolution. People are hurt, angry and disappointed, as expressed these days in the streets and in revolutionary squares.
The expats are very much aware of that. They are following the revolution updates 24/7 and supporting it from abroad, whether on social media or by organizing solidarity protests.
This is not the first time they have shown this support, whether in Lebanon or in their countries overseas.
For the expats, this is not only a way to morally support and motivate the Lebanese in Lebanon to keep going. It is their way to urge them not to give up.
These expats around the world are counting on their people in Lebanon to achieve their demands for the much-needed change so they can come back home.
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