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A new civil society movement held a protest in Beirut's Zaitunay Bay, demanding public space be respected and not infringed upon by private developers.A group of protesters even brought a cake to celebrate the birthday of fellow protester Mohammad Salameh.The private security personnel in the area and the Internal Security Forces didn't prevent the protesters from entering.I think all the Lebanese should come here," one of the protesters said.A few of the protesters also jumped in the water to express their right to swim in the private area, as television news crews filmed the scene.
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