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Protests in Lebanon, Iraq Point to End of Iranian Influence

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Tens of thousands of Lebanese demonstrators in the center of Beirut in Martyrs' Square October 27, 2019 (Photo: AFP via Getty Images)
Tens of thousands of Lebanese demonstrators in the center of Beirut in Martyrs’ Square October 27, 2019 (Photo: AFP via Getty Images)

Clarion Project’s National Security Analyst and Shillman Fellow says the enormous grass roots protests in Lebanon and Iraq against the governments of each of these countries point to the fact that the people are fed up with the Iranian influence on their countries and what that means for terror groups like Hezbollah.

In a display of unusual solidarity across the population, demonstrators joined hands from Tripoli to Tyre, a 170-kilometer (105-mile) distance, which runs through Lebanon’s capital Beirut.

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