At a time when Lebanon is going through the most stifling economic, social and political situation, the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) opened a hypothetical battle on social media channels targeting Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.
The FPM supporters launched the hashtag #Mish_Nabih, which called for a response from the electronic army of the ‘Amal movement’ by launching the hashtag #General_Hell, but does the covenant first and Lebanon second, bear such wars.
This hypothetical war launched by the FPM, according to information obtained by Sawt Beirut International, required financial intervention from the covenant funders in order to purchase servers to help them excel on social media networks.
But did the Free Patriotic Movement take advantage of Hezbollah’s silence in its dispute with the Amal movement to attack both?
Wars on social media are virtual wars to raise morale, unfortunately funded from the pockets of people who are already empty.