Activists on the site of blogging "Twitter" a video clip of Lebanese artist Yuri Markadi reveal the racist practices carried out by the municipality of the coast of Lebanon.
According to what was confirmed by "Marqadi", he went to the beach with his dog and objected to two employees of the congregation and told him that dogs and veiled and Syrians are forbidden to go ashore, by a decision of the municipality Al-Aqiba.
"Marka" commented on the incident, regretting what had happened to him: "O shameful lack of us and Win. We shortened them (one classification), Shaw stayed what you did."
Had a Lebanese singer named Yuri Markadi Asamo Shaw was with him !! As far as we are concerned, we must have a Lebanese Muslim who defends the Syrians, but we must defend his veiled mother against his sister of his wife. What do you say, Saad Hariri? What do we need? What are we missing? Children are deeds. If you have masculinity, religion or law. pic.twitter.com/cL7Bfauefz
– Abu Dawla (@ TPGgfTXX0ICwSmx) August 21, 2018
It is noteworthy that the incidents of racism against the Syrians in Lebanon have increased since the outbreak of the war in Syria and the relocation of a large number of its population to Lebanese cities.
Months ago the program "Qadh Jem" provoked the anger of a number of social network leaders, after presenting a cynical song that mocked the presence of Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
The song, which was shown on Friday April 20, 2018 under the title & # 39; We became foreigners & # 39 ;, was filled with about one million refugees in the country.
The song also referred to the high reproduction figures of the Syrians in Lebanon, and the occupation of many jobs, as far as the Lebanese expatriate in his country.
It is noteworthy that about one million Syrians have sought refuge in Lebanon since the outbreak of war in their country at the end of 2011.
But some began to return to Syria with the intensity of skirmishes since the end of 2017.
Syrian refugees living in Lebanon live in difficult conditions, while international and non-governmental organizations confirm that they have contributed to the revitalization of the economic movement in the country.