Lebanon topped the list of countries with the highest food price inflation rates in the world, recording a 352% nominal food inflation rate, a World Bank report has found.

The Lebanese people are suffering from a high cost of living and high prices of basic goods and services, energy, and transportation.


Lebanon also topped a list published by the World of Statistics website, Lebanon ranks first when it comes to food inflation, ahead of other anti-Zionist countries like Venezuela (158%), Argentina (110%) and Zimbabwe (102%).

But also Turkey (53.92%), Pakistan (48%) and even European countries like Poland (24%), Czech Republic (23.5%), Germany (21.2%), and Sweden (19%) are on the global poverty list.

A few days ago, the World Bank stated in a report that Lebanon recorded the highest food price inflation rate in the world, with an increase in prices by 261% in the period between the end of February 2022 and the end of February 2023.

Middle East Monitor / ABC Flash Point News 2023.

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06-06-23 16:02

If that isn’t a case for a public uprising I don’t know what is.

The problem is this has been said for years and they have been put down violently, it looks like war or submission due to the dictatorial government in power obviously controlled by the USA .

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06-06-23 18:01

The Beirut harbor explosion was another nail in the coffin of Lebanon, which harbors Islamic freedom fighters, which is something Israel does not like at all?

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06-06-23 23:19

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08-06-23 23:43

Money laundering from the cocaine industry flows from the Dutch Caribbean offices, with the help of Canadian banks (RBC and Novo Scotia), to Brazil and Lebanon and Canada as UBO.