Feature - Domino Effect: Syrian Civil War spillover in Lebanon
In the north there is a war between the Shi’a and the Sunnis.
In the south lies Israel, the constant enemy.
In the east, the Syrian conflict is overflowing in the country.
In the west lies the sea, a journey with no return for many.
“Will there be a war?” is the question that the Lebanese have been asking for the past three years.
‘Peace’ meanwhile has already killed more than 400 people and injured more than 2000.
The Syrian conflict is reflected in the life of every Lebanese.
Tripoli, Lebanon’s second largest city, has been the victim of an armed confrontation for the last three years.