On rent laws, investments, and gentrification in Lebanon’s capital.
JoinedAugust 16, 2021
Jad El Dilati is a political science student at the American University of Beirut, a research assistant at the Samir Kassir Foundation and an online editor at Watchdogs Gazette.
An entire generation’s dreams are being crushed, with hundreds of thousands of children in Lebanon unable to receive a formal education.
The spike in fuel prices has taken its toll on everyone, especially taxi drivers whose lives center around the commodity.