His cousin Yasser took to Facebook to express regret that the tragic situation in Lebanon “caused first and foremost by the neglect of the Lebanese state and its deep corruption made people kill and be killed for the sake of gasoline.”
“Ghais went today and tomorrow another young man will go, and the real killers will sit in their palaces on the thrones of corruption and look at the poor fighting, just as the Romans laughed and cheered as they looked at the prisoners and the poor fighting to the death,” he wrote.
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