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We knew from the start of the Arab Spring in 2011 that the wave and the urge to revolt against the ruling political establishment will never arrive to Lebanon.

Now, the whole scene looks in reverse; it seems Lebanon exported violence, sectarianism, chaos, militias and instability to the whole region and can compete to be better in some categories…

Below is a video showing an Egyptian version of a typical Lebanese political argument about numbers… Which you can’t argue with.

This time it’s about Tahrir roundabout, errr…sorry, Tahrir Square.