18 December 2010 is considered to be the starting point of the riots, unrest and uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa collectively referred to as the Arab Spring.
On the evening of 4 August, there were two explosions in Beirut’s port area. The first was relatively small and was caused by ignited fireworks, which the fire brigade went to extinguish.
For nearly a month now, Lebanon has been rocked by protests.
At the end of August, the Lebanese organisation Hezbollah fired two rockets at an Israeli armoured personnel carrier at the border. Several Israeli soldiers were injured.
Amid the wave of systematic submission and shameful betrayal of most Arab hypocrites [leaders], one great distinguished, brave and loyal man emerges to make the scene absolutely different.
Two weeks ago, Lebanese Caretaker Foreign Minister Gibran Bassil accompanied a group of foreign ambassadors to a site in the southern suburb of Beirut, near the airport, to refute the claims of the apartheid Zionist entity’s Prime Minister Benjami