At a time when Lebanon is bargaining for its sea field, politicians forget that there is oil of a different type on land, measured not by the price of a barrel, but by the worth of the soul and the greatness of belonging.
Maroun Gemayel, holder of a degree from the most prominent non-academic institution, Al-Hayat, was able to transoform plastic into gasoline, diesel, and gas by sheer power of will.
Maroun works alone every day to build his equipment and perfect his innovation. In Lebanon, no one promotes innovation, and no one mourns.
He is constantly smiling, he creates numerous firms’ equipment for free and without any payments, he is the clay of the people, the salt of the ground, the sweetness for the wound of days.
Maroun is capable of converting plastic into gasoline, diesel, and gas, while the Lebanese man is capable of converting dirt into gold.