The bullets of snipers withdrew from Syria Street separating Bab al-Tebbaneh from Jabal
Mohsen in Tripoli, taking with it the noise of the guns and explosions. The residents
went back to the streets and took back their normal daily lives.
The Army’s tanks remain in
the street as military members are present in every corner; the existing
security is threatened, as it has always been. This is what the traders and
residents confirm at least.
In this context, while there
is an “economic immigration” in this street, two kinds of paralysis emerge:
commercial and industrial paralysis.