In the wake of the Beirut port explosion‘s second anniversary, the Lebanese people living in Lebanon and abroad are mobilizing to demand justice and mourn the victims.
For the past two years, the Lebanese organized countless sit-ins and marches to call for a transparent probe into the blast, however, the Lebanese authorities remain deaf to the people’s rightful demands.
Last year, people swept Beirut, as thousands of protesters gathered to remind the ruling body of the mass murder awaiting judicial action. Lebanese in the diaspora also took the streets of their cities to raise their voices.
For the second anniversary of the Beirut Blast, Lebanese abroad are also gathering to commemorate the tragic event, starting with vigils yesterday, August 3rd, in California and in Toulouse, France: