Mass Protests Erupt in Lebanon as Nation on the Brink of Civil War
Civil unrest unfolded across the streets of Beirut today as supporters of Saad Hariri blocked roads while the Lebanese army attempted to unblock them. He resigned and left Lebanon without a cabinet.
The economic situation in Lebanon has hit depression-type levels as its currency has lost more than 90% over the past two years. Shortages of food, fuel, and basic necessities are crippling the country. PRAYER IS NEEDED!
We're being CENSORED ... HELP get the WORD OUT! SHARE!!!
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