Therefore, they are seeking ways to receive funding in ‘fresh’ dollars in order to “avoid the university stopping its operation.”
An important portion of the people affected by this law are children with Lebanese mothers married to non-Lebanese fathers.
Due to the law prohibiting Lebanese mothers from giving nationality to their children, they are considered foreigners and will have to pay in ‘fresh’ dollars.
The “My Nationality is a Right for Me and My Family” organization released a statement earlier today strongly condemning such a decision that discriminates against these students, born and raised in Lebanon where they live, and which families’ incomes are in Lebanese pounds.
Such decision will make it impossible for them to pursue their education.
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