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  • It's not your typical firework display.

  • Pyrotechnics uses a weapon.

  • Welcome to Babe Ruth, where since October, protests sparked by economic meltdown has become a daily ritual.

  • They barely even noticed the tear gas.

  • Their slogan.

  • Lebanon is rising up their aim to bring the whole system crashing down.

  • 15 years, these streets with the front lines of a vicious sectarian conflict.

  • Now that the scenes of a new confrontation but a very different one, it's the people against the establishment.

  • But who will emerge victorious?

  • What kind of Lebanon will it be?

  • Protesters say this time revolution really is coming.

  • They have no future, no good future in this country.

  • You know, some things upside down in Lebanon, when kids art classes are on the street, the central bank has become their cameras down around the rule of the bank dissent by spray devolution.

  • Sahar, a protest leader from the outset, is teaching her kids all about overthrowing a corrupt system that threatens the future.

  • It is important to raise your kids in a way that they can feel that they are a very effective member in this fight.

  • What do you showing them by this that you should never accept someone to take your rights from you.

  • You should fly for 40 all rights.

  • So you're joining a mom in the Revolution.

  • You proud bum?

  • Yeah, I'm a very proud mama.

  • For some of the banks in downtown Beirut, a bit of graffiti was the least of it.

  • Early this year, protesters turn their fury on the financial institutions they see is completed the country's economic crisis.

  • Take a walk down the famed Cornish and you could glimpse the old glamour of Babe Ruth.

  • Even after it emerged in 15 years of civil war, Lebanon has never been shy about flaunting its assets on enclave of liberalism and wealth in the turbulent Middle East.

  • But at its core, something was rotten.

  • With a corrupt political system and years of economic mismanagement, Levin is now facing its biggest crisis in three decades.

  • Flower flower things are so bad, even the basics of life are being affected.

  • Even Dean has gone up like people eat this every day.

  • This is like a staple diet.

  • The key issue inflation.

  • A Lebanese pound is pegged to the dollar, but since the crisis began, its lost up to 60% of its value.

  • sending prices skyrocketing.

  • But pretty much everything in this shop, the prices are going up.

  • Everything.

  • Is everyone complaining that we're talking about my mama?

  • Well, what about this humble looking cool?

  • She really what the heck This crisis felt right across society, restrictions on people accessing their own wealth is sowing discontent even among better off middle class Lebanese.

  • Like everyone here, Hinde is limited to how many dollars she could take out every week Capital controls to avert around the banks.

  • Just one more humiliation.

  • Going to the bank every week, knowing that you're gonna be ability humiliated to get your money out.

  • This is also something you add to the frustrations of living in such a country where were not considered as a citizen where you don't have rights.

  • Everyone is suffering from the situation the poor, the middle class and the rich.

  • So by targeting the banks, they pushed a button for many, many people right across that because we are edited and the country is collapsing in town, they're battening down the hatches, readying themselves for another round of she's scale of the crisis is feeling a protest.

  • Movement is reaching right across the old sectarian divides.

  • Everyone's just say she got her father's character, that revolution Sansom that spirit.

  • As the daughter of a Hezbollah martyr, Sahar is revered among their supporters.

  • She's not a member of the group.

  • Hezbollah is one of the most powerful forces in Lebanese politics and is seen as anti protest.

  • That's why some was surprised, even critical, to see her on the front lines.

  • But she sees it as her patriotic duty.

  • My father's waas, one off the main characters that we kicked out this radio from from our our country, and we should carry this responsibility on my shoulders in orderto kick the bad guys out off the government and the stock heart tells me her background should not prevent her from taking to the streets with women at their vanguard, The ongoing protests are having an impact.

  • After the government was forced to resign in October, a new one was installed earlier this year.

  • But for most the new faces just masked same old poet demanding a complete overhaul of Lebanon's sectarian system, where the constitution states the president must be a Maronite Christian and the prime minister, a Sunni Muslim, as a girl, as a Muslim girl.

  • So why?

  • I can be the president of the country.

  • We're in 2020 and self thinking.

  • In that way.

  • This is a crisis.

  • You want to overhaul the whole system?

  • Yes.

  • And it will take years.

  • You ready for that?

  • You prepared for that?

  • Yes or yes, it is.

  • It is.

  • It is.

  • A long war with this system has been joined in her long war by hint.

  • Now sisters, not from very different parts of Lebanese society.

  • We are here.

  • Just Lebanese ladies were demanding the same thing.

  • Where you come from doesn't matter.

  • You have done.

  • You feel this protest number crossing over those old sectarian boundaries.

  • Reasons altogether are coming and we're getting We're understanding that we're doing politicians they're targeting, say protesters a disorganized, leaderless and don't represent the millions of Lebanese still staying home.

  • Criticism from those they load will clearly not Dust sets in mood Darkened suddenly volatile crowds converge in front of government headquarters.

  • A choreography unfold A familiar dance game of death Fewer women, young men now center stage trying to storm the police barricades a tug of war button equal for an instant victory outcome predictable.

  • Tonight there bass deal will not be breached.

  • Tear gas flushes the mountain, forcing a retreat.

  • Young revolutionaries, dazed and prostrate.

  • Human rights groups have criticized police heavy handed for the security forces unfazed its job for the protesters.

  • This battle has been lost.

  • What a T danger.

  • Barely conscious, he will see another protest.

  • But what of the revolution?

  • How long can it live on?

  • Oh, it's good, Yeah.

It's not your typical firework display.

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レバノンの大規模抗議デモの内部 - 若い革命家たちは自分たちの時代が来たと信じている (Inside Lebanon's mass protests - young revolutionaries believe their time has come)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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