Hezbollah and Citizens Battling it out in Beirut


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Lebanon Protests, October 2019

Following Lebanese President Michel Aoun’s address to the nation on Thursday, in which he gave his first response to the ongoing anti-government protests, fights broke out between Hezbollah supporters and civilian protesters in Beirut.

Hezbollah supporters attempted to drown out the anti-government protests and songs.


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The Hezbollah supported chanted their support for Hezbollah terrorist leader Hassan Nasrallah and even placed an Israeli flag on the ground for people to step on.

But that didn’t stop the protesters from demanding that Nasrallah and Hezbollah also resign from the government. Hezbollah is an Iranian proxy.

Fights broke out between the groups injuring a few people.

On Monday, Hebzollah members on motorcycles tried to ride through the city, but were pushed back by the Lebanese army.

Hundreds of thousands of Lebanese civilians have been protesting the Lebanese government’s failure and corruption – including by Hezbollah, demanding wholesale resignations and reforms.

The country-wide protests alternate between anti-government riots and huge block parties with dancing and singing.

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