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Lebanon: A Personal Account from Deadly Border Protest

“In a nutshell, protesters amassed at the border armed with flags, slogans and rocks from the ground, and Israel responded by opening fire and killing nearly a dozen youths” stated Sean in a detailed post about his personal experience as he took part in the protest held in the Lebanese border town of Maroun al Ras on Sunday, May 15, to mark Nakba Day.

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