Report Syndication
Lebanon Protesters Found Strength in Unity, Ditched Sectarianism
Brief Analysis | REPORT SYNDICATION
Public outrage has become the norm in the Middle East, as citizens across the region has grown dissatisfied with their governments’ failures and misdoings.
After Algeria and Sudan, now Lebanese and Iraqi streets are filled with protesters. For past several days, Lebanese and Iraqi protesters have been voicing their discontent against stagnant economies, rampant corruption and unemployment.
A fresh spirit of collective national unity is awaken, ushering a beacon of hope against all the traditional sectarian mindset that has been used by the sectarian forces in both Lebanon and Iraq to divide the people on sectarian lines.
After being trapped for decades within this sectarian mindset, Lebanese people across sectarian lines are now rejecting the poisonous narrative of sectarianism that only helped divide the entire nation and kept the nation away from exploring its full potential. Coming out from this sectarian illusion is seen as a positive step towards the nation’s positive transformation.
Together as a single nation, the Lebanese people are now protesting against all the evils, reflecting their common aspirations of dignity, financial security, government’s accountability, and guarding Lebanon’s sovereignty.
At the same time, the sectarian elements in the country are trying to undermine and halt the aspirations of the protesters who want to achieve what is best for their country. These sectarian elements want to spread sectarian lies so that the Lebanese people once again become divided on sectarian lines and, hence, become powerless and subjugated to the will of the sectarian leaders and forces.
REPORT THIS AD
It wouldn’t, however, be easy to fool the Lebanese people this time. Hezbollah’s Hassan Nasrallah already failed to spread the narrative that foreign elements were sponsoring the protests. After Nasrallah’s suggestion of foreign conspiracy behind the protests, many Lebanese citizens made and circulated videos of themselves declaring “I am sponsoring this revolution.”
People no more buy Nasrallah’s ‘foreign sponsor’ narrative as they view Nasrallah as foreign-sponsored element in Lebanon, in particular Iranian puppet in Lebanese politics.
However, the likes of Hezbollah will continue to try to revive sectarian mindset among the Lebanese, as Hezbollah’s (and Iranian Regime’s) survivability depends on the sustainability of sectarianism in Lebanon and other parts of the Muslim world.
In this circumstances, it is only the Lebanese people who can make way for prosperous future for themselves. If they commit their full efforts to remain united, Lebanon may well become the ‘Switzerland of the Middle East’.
On the contrary, if the sectarian forces, such as Hezbollah, become successful in dividing the Lebanese people once again on sectarian lines, Lebanon will remain an impoverished country, and the economic and social conditions of the country will only deteriorate.
 
Advertisements
REPORT THIS AD
Share this:
More
October 27, 2019
Readables Network
Posted in Brief Analysis
Tagged Afro-Eurasia, Asia, Eurasia, Hezbollah, Iran, Iranian Regime, Iraq, Lebanon, Middle East, sectarianism, West Asia.
RELATED
Pressures from Iranians & International Community will Collapse Iran Regime
April 11, 2019
In "Brief Analysis"
Turkish, Russian and Syrian Forces Commit War Crimes in Syria
October 18, 2019
In "Brief Article"
Syria Invasion might Help Erdogan's Domestic Politics, International Aspirations
October 22, 2019
In "Brief Analysis"
Previous
SYRIA INVASION MIGHT HELP ERDOGAN’S DOMESTIC POLITICS, INTERNATIONAL ASPIRATIONS
Next
CHINA PLANS ECONOMIC ZONE BETWEEN EARTH AND MOON | ANALYSIS REPORT
8 THOUGHTS ON “LEBANON PROTESTERS FOUND STRENGTH IN UNITY, DITCHED SECTARIANISM”
Pingback: Eurasia Review: Khanemei Losing Charm Within Civilian Support Base In Iran, Iraq And Lebanon – OpEd | FBI Reform
Pingback: FBI Reform: Eurasia Review: Khanemei Losing Charm Within Civilian Support Base In Iran, Iraq And Lebanon – OpEd | FBI Reform - fbireform.org
Pingback: FBI Reform: Eurasia Review: Khanemei Losing Charm Within Civilian Support Base In Iran, Iraq And Lebanon – OpEd | News Links - news-links.org
Pingback: FBI Reform: Eurasia Review: Khanemei Losing Charm Within Civilian Support Base In Iran, Iraq And Lebanon – OpEd | FBI News Review - fbinewsreview.com
Pingback: Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Eurasia Review: Khanemei Losing Charm Within Civilian Support Base In Iran, Iraq And Lebanon – OpEd | Trump and FBI - trumpandfbi.com
Pingback: Ayatollah Khamenei’s fading acceptability in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon
Pingback: Iranian Leadership’s Declining Support Among Iraqis, Lebanese And Young Iranians | The Levant
Pingback: Poverty and Corruption in Lebanon – Give2Serve
COMMENTS ARE CLOSED.
MOST RECENT POST: REPORT SYNDICATION
Russia, China and Iran Hackers Target U.S. Elections, says Microsoft
LATEST BLOG-POST
Russia, China and Iran Hackers Target U.S. Elections, says Microsoft
LATEST BRIEF-ARTICLE
Human Rights Violations Continue in Chile (2019)
LATEST BRIEF-ANALYSIS
Lebanon Protesters Found Strength in Unity, Ditched Sectarianism
LATEST ANALYSIS REPORT
China Plans Economic Zone between Earth and Moon | ANALYSIS REPORT
 
Advertisements
REPORT THIS AD
LATEST FROM: OPED COLUMN SYNDICATION
What Lessons are to be Learned from Article 16 Row?
[John Bruton]
The more disharmony there is between the UK and the EU, the greater will be the political problems for both parts of Ireland.
UK’s Sovereignty over Northern Ireland Partially Sacrificed under EU-UK Deal
[John Bruton]
The latest EU-UK agreement gives the UK more sovereignty over the island of Britain, but loosens a considerable measure of its sovereignty over Northern Ireland.
Fleeing from Persecution, Fleeing for Safety
[Bahauddin Foizee]
Although Rohingyas found safety in Bangladesh, their lives have never been the same, courtesy to the experiences they had to go through in Myanmar and the challenges they continue to face in Bangladesh,
Iran’s Execution of Political Prisoners Continued in 2020 despite International Outcry
[Beenish Ashraf]
Iranian establishment uses the charges associated with national security grounds to silence the opposing and protesting voices.
What does the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement Mean?
[John Bruton]
The new agreement between the EU and the UK would eventually shape up a system for ensuring fair trading and uninterrupted mutually beneficial business between the two in a post-Brexit Europe.
Bangladesh Competes with India on Economic and Social Indicators
[Yead Mirza]
Witnessing [the] progress, experts from both sides of the border have recently opined that life in Bangladesh is far more attractive than in India.
U.S. Presidential Election: Biden Ahead
[John Bruton]
Joe Biden is doing better among women and the young than Hillary Clinton did, but losing ground among Catholic voters. It appears that policies matter more than the candidates’ own identity.
‘No-Deal Brexit’ Still Possible
[John Bruton]
Deal or No-Deal, the EU and the UK will gradually draw further apart, as will Ireland and Britain. Irish people will need to pay much more attention to politics in Paris, Berlin and Warsaw, and a little less to the English speaking world.
ABOUT REPORT SYNDICATION
Report Syndication offers publishers analysis-reports, brief-articles, brief-analysis and blog-posts from its basket and makes it hassle-free for publishers to find contents.
All Rights Reserved © Report Syndication, with the exception to fullfillment of certain conditions mentioned in the Republish page.
ATTENTION PUBLISHERS
Report Syndication allows other media-outlets/publications to publish (or use) its contents (except images/photos) if the media-outlets/publications fulfill the certain conditions mentioned in its Republish page.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, INCLUDING COPYRIGHT
Unauthorized use and/or duplication of any material and content from this website is strictly prohibited. For republishing Report Syndication‘s contents, please visit our Republish page.
All Rights Reserved © Report Syndication, with the exception to fullfillment of certain conditions mentioned in the Republish page.

Create your website with WordPress.com

Privacy & Cookies: This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy
Follow
About SyndicationRepublish Our ContentsContact: Report Syndication TeamREPORT SYNDICATION PostsOp-ed Columns | Oped Column SyndicationOpinions | Oped Column MagazineExternal Posts | Oped Column Magazine