Not even the children want to play in Lebanon

A nation that has always managed to plaster its wounds is now utterly crushed, its soul eviscerated.

Lebanon didn’t deteriorate overnight. It’s been happening in slow motion for years. But the last two years have thrown it into a full speed collision.

A nation that has always managed to plaster its wounds is now utterly crushed, its soul eviscerated.

The country didn’t deteriorate overnight. It’s been happening in slow motion for years. But the last two years have thrown it into a full speed collision.

There is a rage that trembles through everyone, coupled with deep depression. The despair of adults has seeped into the children. Kids don’t want to play anymore.

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