Paul and Tracy Najjar lost their daughter at the young age of three years and a half.
The 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate neglected in a warehouse at the Port of Beirut, which resulted in one of the biggest non-nuclear explosions in history, took the life of Alexandra, an innocent little girl playing with a friend near the area of the port.
“This crime was caused by the corrupt Lebanese elite goes against humanity,” Tracy said in the video. “The corrupt politicians killed my daughter and killed my country.”
“After six months and a half, we are left with no truth, no justice, and no one to hold accountable,” the grieving father said.
“We are calling on the UN to immediately interfere. It’s our right and we are demanding justice,” he added.
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