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Supporters of Lebanese president storm El-Shark office in Beirut

Wednesday , 13 October 2021

On October 12, 2021, at least a dozen supporters of Lebanese President Michel Aoun stormed inside the El-Shark office and hung pictures of Aoun with the slogan “his highness the president, the crown over your heads,” according to El-Shark, the regional press freedom group SKeyes Center for Media and Cultural Freedom, and footage and pictures of the incident in Lebanese media. The sources did not provide further details of the incident.


The incident happened after El-Shark’s publication that day of what appeared to be an altered image of Aoun in pajamas with the caption “the general’s uniform on the occasion of the anniversary of October 13, 1990.” According to commentary in local news site Al-Modon, the image implied that while soldiers under Aoun were fighting in Lebanon’s Civil War, he was relaxing at the French Embassy in Beirut, where he took shelter after he was ousted on that date from his role as interim prime minister of the military government of Christian majority East Beirut.


After a 15 year exile in France, Aoun returned to Lebanon in 2005 and has served as president since October 2016, according to news reports.

 

Awni al-Kaaki, owner of El-Shark and head of the Lebanese journalists’ syndicate, told SKeyes that the protesters were expelled from the office by Lebanese soldiers.

He said that the storming was a direct response to the publication of the image. “What happened is because of what was published in a newspaper. I am not pleased with the leadership and with what’s happening in this country and I have objections that I write and express in the newspaper with respect for the position of the president of the republic,” al-Kaaki said. 


According to El-Shark, supporters of Aoun subsequently gathered in front of al-Kaaki’s house in Beirut’s Tallet al-Khayat neighborhood to protest against the publication of the photo. 

On the same day, the Lebanese presidency’s Media Office issued a statement criticizing El-Shark and al-Kaaki for publishing “false, forged, and doctored pictures” of the president and “fabricated and baseless” news, and threatened to take legal action against al-Kaaki.

In December 2020, supporters of Aoun attacked the Beirut office of the Lebanese broadcaster Al-Jadeed following a report questioning Aoun’s ability to rule the country, CPJ documented at the time.

Neither the Lebanese Army nor El-Shark replied to CPJ’s emailed requests for comment.

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