Cultural Terrorism In Lebanon

A CITY DIVIDED
The neighborhoods, streets, and alleyways of #Beirut are increasingly being divided along fault lines. Although skirmishes often begin as personal disputes, the political and sectarian tensions entrenched in the city’s neighborhoods typically cause them to escalate. A look at Beirut’s conflict areas in early 2008 shows that many previous sites of instability remain unchanged. Meanwhile, troubled national and regional issues have intensified friction. Particular areas in Beirut are of concern, and in the event that tensions break out into actual clashes, it will likely be along these dividing lines.

1. The Sunni Square
2. Mixed
3. Ain al-Tineh: Residence of Nabih Berri
4. Hay al-Lija: Shiite majority
5. Basta: Salafists, Hezbollah, Amal Movement
6. Kurdish
7. Progressive Socialist Party (PSP)
8. Ain al-Mrayseh: Amal Movement
9. Hamra: Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP)

Source: NOW Lebanon by Maya Gebeily

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