A number of Lebanese demonstrators organized protest vigils in the city of Sidon, in southern Lebanon, and in the capital, Beirut, to express their solidarity with the protesters in the northern city of Tripoli, according to the German News Agency.
A number of protesters carried out a solidarity stand, on Saturday evening, in Elia Square in Saida, southern Lebanon, during which they criticized a campaign The arrests took place in the city of Tripoli, and they set off with a march that roamed the city’s neighborhoods.
In the capital, a number of protesters carried out A stand in solidarity with the city of Tripoli, in Martyrs Square in the center of the capital, this afternoon, during which the participants raised Lebanese flags, chanted slogans in solidarity with Tripoli, and criticized the policy of starvation and suppression of demonstrators and the use of force in the face of popular movements.
A number of protesters gathered in front of the house of the Minister of Interior and Municipalities in the caretaker government, Muhammad Fahmy, amid a security spread, as The protesters chanted slogans and slogans denouncing what happened in Tripoli. And in the city of Tripoli in the north, a number of protesters cut off, This evening, some entrances to Abdul Hamid Karami Square with burning tires and waste bins, in protest against the difficult living conditions.
A number of protesters had marched this afternoon in Hasbaya, southern Lebanon.
And a march began Among the protesters in the city of Hasbaya, south of Lebanon, from Medina Square towards the main market, carrying Lebanese flags and banners confirming their standing by the people of Tripoli.
It is reported that the city of Tripoli witnessed a decline After four days of tension and confrontations between the protesters against the economic and living conditions, and the security forces, during which the city’s municipality was burned last Thursday night, the Sunni Sharia court inside the Saraya in the city was burned and the Al Azm Educational Center, which includes a school and Al Azm University, was stormed in the city.
These confrontations that took place in Tripoli for four days left people dead and hundreds wounded.