In Mazraa, many voters fear a Hezbollah wave in the elections
With one week to go before the legislative elections, L'Orient-Le Jour takes the pulse of the country through immersive reports from the four corners of Lebanon. Six journalists and three photographers spent time with the inhabitants of different regions to understand how the economic crisis has affected them, and to see how the thawra has affected their mentalities — or not. In eight reports, we will tell the story of Lebanon in Lebanon. Today, in the third episode, we visit Mazraa, a district of Beirut where several Lebanons meet. Sunnis, Greek Orthodox and Shiites often share the same sorrows, but not always the same fears.