Hundreds Of Kids Take To The Streets Protesting For Their Right To Life Amid Milk Shortage

Salman Andary

Joined by their parents, hundreds of children took to the streets on Thursday to protest against dire living conditions amid a milk shortage and the quickly deteriorating economic conditions.

Under the slogan “Voice of Truth,” they marched the streets of Tripoli all the way to Abdel Hamid Karami Square (or Al-Nour Square) with Lebanese flags and banners.

This massive children’s protest comes amid a shortage in children’s milk, which is leaving parents distraught trying to find food to feed their babies and kids.

Salman Andary

Earlier the same day, people north of Tripoli intercepted a truck carrying containers of milk and distributed it to passersby.

Similarly, and also in North Lebanon, a group of people hijacked a fuel tanker transporting gasoline and distributed gallons of gas to people nearby.

Salman Andary

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Hundreds Of Kids Take To The Streets Protesting For Their Right To Life Amid Milk Shortage

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