It would be advisable that even Europeans and other nations do not travel to Lebanon. Conflicts in the area are rising. As Hezbollah positions appear everywhere in the country, Bahrain, UAE and Saudi Arabia had banned their citizens from travelling in the country.
Riyadh has halted its £3.7 billion aid to Lebanese security forces as hostile positions from Lebanese Shia Hezbollah had appeared in the country.
Lebanon’s Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi has resigned following the domination of the Lebanese Hezbollah in “extending control over state and its decisions.”
Tourism is also a major source of income for the country as Lebanon’s cities are architecturally beautiful along with its natural line of wonders.
Lebanon is known for its Phoenician city-states, Crusdar Castles from the old days, Mamluk Mosques and Ottoman Hammams. It is sad to see all of these go to waste and be put at potential risk of destruction. The conflict between the Lebanese government, the Hezbollah and rebels does not paint a pretty picture of cities and the bustling nightlife of Lebanon.
Despite the increased presence of international hotel and company chains, Lebanon still faces huge troubles due to intense conflict in the area.