This photo was taken in Dahiya, a Hezbollah stronghold in southern Beirut. This is what the 'Adir River channel that passes through the southern district of the Lebanese capital looks like.
This river begins to flow in the Schop Mountains and empties into the sea as it passes through southern Beirut. The river flows in the winter, so in Lebanon there is a fear that all this pollution will be washed into the sea this coming weekend, so a first and significant rainstorm is expected for this season.
The 'Adir River is considered the most polluted in Lebanon and the authorities do not address this hazard as part of their dysfunction. In the networks, however, Lebanese are sharply asking Nasrallah why he is not sending his "100,000 soldiers" to clean up this garbage.