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Families of Kidnapped Lebanese Protest Authorities’ Neglect

Enough Waiting, it is our right to know their fate. The banner is from Beirut Walls blog

“Enough Waiting, it is our right to know their destiny”. This was the slogan of a march protesting the neglect of the Lebanese authorities in answering the questions of the families of thousands of Lebanese who were abducted. The protest was held in Corniche ElMazra'a road, the place where the families first met 30 years ago, to inquire about the fate of their loved ones.

The blog Beirut Walls wrote about the November 17 march, which called for searching for the kidnapped.

Further reading:

Lebanon: Fresh Attention For Lebanon's Missing and Abducted People

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