| 22 April 2024, Monday |

Silos collapsing…No landmarks needed to entrench crime

Using his mobile memory, he has archive these scenes.

The photographer of this clip does not need anything to activate his memory.

There is no end for Bilal to forget what happened.
The accounts of those who lived the event and documented the greatness of what happened differ from the accounts of those who filmed from outside the scene and outside the place.

The investigation into the largest humanitarian crime against the Lebanese is obstructed by the ruling system.

Many crimes were said that they would not pass and passed without accountability.

This small country is unable to reveal the fate of major issues,
An impotence caused by the structure of a system that places executioners as judges to judge victims for insisting on extracting the truth.

  • Sawt Beirut International