On June 2nd, they held a sit-in in Martyrs Square in Beirut.
The Lebanese people are back in the streets, holding on to a shred of hope that they can change Lebanon for all the people who can no longer bear the crisis.
The situation has become unbearable to some to a point of no return, as in the case of Ali. However, people are strongly urged to help each other, to ask for help from each other, and to stand strong with each other to overcome this devastating phase.
The Lebanese nation might be today ‘orphan’ of responsible parents but the siblings are there, an enormous mass of siblings taking care of each other, and fighting through together.
No one should feel alone in this nor be made to feel alone.
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