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Lebanon’s coast is an environmental disaster due to sewage and garbage

Lebanon’s condition moves toward critical

  • Hezbollah’s dominance continues to paralyze the Lebanese state
  • Foreign interference has intensified recently from Syria, Israel and Saudi Arabia
  • The government cannot cope with collapsing services and ecological disaster

Lebanon has come a long way in the past 50 years – and not for the better. The country that UNESCO classified in 1973 as the second-most literate in the world could boast of world-class poets, artists, architects, engineers and doctors, not to mention mechanics who could repair anything on wheels. Today, almost nothing works. The country’s economy, politics, military, health-care system, food, ecology and even the air it breathes – practically everything is toxic.

It is difficult to say which of these truly grave problems is the most acute. Most of them, however, stem from the same cause.

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Dr. Samir Nassif
Even the Syrian civil war has not kept Damascus out of Lebanon’s internal affairs
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What's inside
  • Hezbollah’s dominance continues to paralyze the Lebanese state
  • Foreign interference has intensified recently from Syria, Israel and Saudi Arabia
  • The government cannot cope with collapsing services and ecological disaster
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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