After Beirut Blast and Worst Clashes in Years, Fears Grow for Fate of Lebanon’s Capital – The Wall Street Journal

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Icon 10월 18, 2021
BEIRUT—Hussein Hamdar sat in the backyard of his building in the shade of a tree and stared at the wall facing him. Forty-five years ago, his grandfather was killed on the other side of the barrier during Lebanon’s civil war, shot in the head by a sniper as he was performing his prayers.
A floor above him, his sister-in-law, Mariam Hamdar, was killed on Thursday, during another flare-up of sectarian clashes, while hanging her laundry on her balcony. The mother of five was shot in the head.
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