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Kenan Nuraydin paces up and down a water hose that's been stretched out along the grass.Nuraydin's performance wasn't advertised, but a crowd has gathered from the people enjoying Horsh Beirut this Saturday. Nuraydin connects the hose to form a triangle in the grass, a miniature reproduction of Horsh Beirut.Nahnoo was among those who campaigned to reopen Horsh Beirut to the public in 2015 and has campaigned for multiple other Lebanese sites to remain open and accessible.For Nahnoo, one of the key issues of Horsh Beirut is the fence that cuts through its center, making it impossible to cross from one neighborhood to another through the park.After Nuraydin's performance, the audience is lead through the trees where a man stands quietly, looking up to the sky placidly, holding strips of white fabric in his hands.
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