Talk:2011 Lebanese protests

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Anti-Sectarianism rallies[edit]

The main protests in lebanon are for the implementation of secular reform to the current political systems. In other words the Current political deadlock in lebanon is not directly the cause of the protests, hence the extensive explanation about he fall of the Hariri governments and all things related ( the STL, Hezbollah) are irrelevant. I suggests that things relating to PM Hariri and to the fall of his government be added to the STL page.(STL = Special tribunal for lebanon) . in the background section it is unnecessary to state the fall of the government for it is completely unrelated

(extra thoughts) The protests are not "the Laique pride", Witch was set for April . the laique pride is a movement by NGOs and activists To call for Secular reform that started Last in 2009 , A rallies took place last year and one now , so it is not related to the protests. The protests of the 27th of February and that of the 6th of march we partly influenced by the Egypt/Tunisia protests. I say partly influenced because other than the slogans they share nothing in common , and the idea was to surf the wave. Now those protest ( witch i have taken part in the second- and in the laique pride last year) are Mainly rallies In favor of more secular reforms in the countries. Hence the Laique pride and the Current protests are related by their goals and share activists and NGOs. Concerning the Political system in lebanon, Lebanon is a Confessionalist Parliamentary Democracy , See wikipedia article about Confessionalism. It is important too note and as a concerned Lebanese , that Due to the complexity of Lebanese politics , Not all protests, Rallies, or minor issue ( as reported in the media ) to be considered for this article. when it Comes to Reporting on lebanon , Most of the media get it wrong, as all are biased to some degree, especially local media, witch is either pro-14th march or pro-8th of march , and both use their outlets for propaganda. jadraad

I think that paragraph "2011 fall of government" is not related to the new protests that are held in Lebanon. it is related to another topic which is the cause of this fall. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sjaat (talkcontribs) 15:11, 29 May 2011 (UTC)

the general strike[edit]

There's allegedly a general strike scheduled for tomorrow, with huge protests and all. The question is if it goes forth, is it part of the Arab spring or the Anti-austerity movement?Ericl (talk) 13:19, 11 October 2011 (UTC)

Riots[edit]

Right now there are heppening riots in Lebanon, for the dismissal of the goverment (Cendes (talk) 13:46, 21 October 2012 (UTC))

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