In Lebanon the lights are dimming with each passing day. Amid the worst economic crisis in the country’s history, the government is failing to supply electricity, the health system is collapsing, there are massive queues at the petrol stations, hyperinflation has wiped out savings, and many banks are closed. All the while the sectarian-based political system continues to do everything to protect its corrupt riches, but nothing for the people. The danger is of Lebanon collapsing and once again becoming a battlefield and a proxy war for outside actors.
The social media obsession with the genre is desensitising a generation.