Lebanon has detained at least 100 activists since October
United in the face of oppression, demonstrators in Lebanon say their freedom of speech is under threat.
Concerns are growing that freedom of expression is under threat in Lebanon.
Human rights groups say defamation laws that make it illegal to criticise politicians are increasingly being used to silence critics.
They have documented the detention of at least 100 activists since the start of the protest movement in October.
Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut, Lebanon.
Published On 22 Jun 2020