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    2018–21 Arab protests



    Introduction

    The 2018-21 Arab protests, which is also referred to as the New Arab Spring, or Arab Spring 2.0 are massive anti-government protests in Several Arab countries, which range from Iraq-icon.png Iraqball, Tunisia-icon.png Tunisiaball, Jordan-icon.png Jordanball, massively Sudan-icon.png Sudanball, Algeria-icon.png Algeriaball, Palestine-icon.png Gazaball, Lebanon-icon.png Lebanonball, Libya-icon.png Libyaball, and finally Egypt-icon.png Egyptball. Let's get this started.

    Background

    It all starts in Arab Winter, when the resurgence of authoritarianism, absolute monarchies, and Islamic extremism evolving in the aftermath of Arab Spring, which were anti-government protests in Arab Countries. The Arab Winter was in countries in the Middle East and North Africa. In that time, in the Syrian Civil WarISIS-icon.png ISISball was at its greatest extent, ranging from Western Syria near Syria-icon.png Homsball, and at the East, captured Iraq-icon.png Mosulball, and was near Iraq-icon.png BaghdadballIraq-icon.png Iraqball in 2011-2013, from its crisis to Iraqi Civil War (2014-2017), Egypt-icon.png Egyptball had a crisis. Libya-icon.png Libyaball was in Libyan Civil War (2014–present), or the Libyan Crisis. There was also the Yemeni Civil War (2015-present), aka Yemeni Crisis. In Arab Winter, Egypt-icon.png Mohamed Morsi got removed, which got seized by Egypt-icon.png Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. So basically, this started from Arab Spring, and escalted to Arab Winter. In summary, there was lots of deaths, civil wars, regional instability, economic and demographic decline, and ethno-religious sectarian strife. Now, let's get on with the main thing.


    The Protests

    Tunisian Protests

    On January 1st, 2018, Tunisia-icon.png Tunisiaball's budget passed in effect, resulting in hundreds of people protesting.

    Lebanese Protests

    On October 27, 2019 Lebanon-icon.png Lebanonball proposed the WhatsApp tax which made the people so angry and almost all the people are protesting.


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