A Lebanese man collapses in the middle of the street due to the lack of medicine for his daughter and shouts at the top of his voice (Where is the state) | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


A video clip spread on social networking sites in Lebanon, causing a wave of anger among the Lebanese, of a citizen screaming at the top of his voice in the street and asking for help due to the lack of medicine necessary for his daughter’s life.

According to the widely circulated clip that was monitored by (Watan), the oppressed Lebanese citizen appeared bursting with anger and screaming at the top of his voice in the middle of the street.

He used to say what he said: “I want medicine for my daughter.. Where is the state?”, indicating in his speech that he is rich and owns a car and money, but medicine is not available in the first place.

He added that his daughter’s life is in danger because he has not been able to find medicine for 6 days, and his daughter’s situation is difficult and she must be treated.

Passers-by on the street showed solidarity with the oppressed citizen, and some photographed him with his mobile phone camera, so that the clip spread on the communication sites amid condemnations of the government’s failure and the demands of international organizations to save Lebanon before it is too late.

The Canadian ambassador to Beirut reveals the extent of the disaster in Lebanon

Yesterday, Saturday, the Canadian ambassador to Beirut, Chantal Chastainay, published a picture that sparked widespread controversy, as she showed her from inside her car while she was standing in line behind a gas station, to reflect the extent of the crisis in Lebanon and the tragic situation there.

The Canadian ambassador attached the photo she posted on her Twitter account and was monitored by (Watan) with a comment about the difficulty of obtaining fuel.

Canadian Ambassador to Beirut

She said what read: “A gas station is finally on the horizon! Waiting in line as patiently as everyone else.”

She added: “What are you doing on a beautiful Saturday morning?”

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Lebanon is witnessing the worst economic crisis in its modern history, as the Lebanese currency has lost about 90% of its value.

And last week, fuel prices in Lebanon rose, after the release of the fuel price schedule according to the support price (3900 Lebanese pounds per dollar), amid a huge fuel crisis in the country.

A severe crisis in Lebanon

Lebanon is witnessing a fuel shortage crisis, as the government suffers from a shortage of hard foreign currencies needed to secure fuel and support imports that include most of the country’s basic commodities and medicines.

It should be noted that there is a crisis in the formation of the Lebanese government, as Prime Minister Saad Hariri was assigned to form the Lebanese government in October 2020, but the process of forming a government and appointing ministers has stalled so far due to the lack of agreement on inter-sectarian quotas over ministers.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan met last week to discuss files of common interest, which are related to the situation in Lebanon.

They agreed that Lebanon’s political leaders will demonstrate real leadership by implementing long-awaited reforms to stabilize the economy and provide much-needed relief to the Lebanese Prime Time Zone.

The Lebanese call the phrase “queues of humiliation” the scene of cars lining up at stations and waiting hours to fill up the fuel, and in many cases they do not reach their turn due to the running out of available quantities.

Some stations witness from time to time a state of chaos punctuated by problems and shootings, which requires the intervention of the police and the army sometimes to impose security.

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