الأحد, أغسطس 14, 2022
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Two Arab peoples are among the most angry peoples in the world..Syria is not on the list!

Two Arab peoples came first in the world in the indicator of anger and negative feelings, while the name of Syria did not appear in all indicators, either because the Syrians had lost any negative or positive “feelings”, or because the study simply did not include them.
And the Gallup Foundation for Studies published a report on global emotions for the year 2021, which measures emotions in more than 100 countries around the world, for the second half of 2021 and the beginning of 2022.
5 most angry people
According to the report, Lebanon ranked first in the list of the most angry people, followed by Turkey, then Armenia, Iraq fourth and Afghanistan fifth.
Gallup found that 49 percent of people in Lebanon experienced anger the day before the poll, the highest recorded anywhere in the world.
Lebanon ranked third in last year’s results, while Turkey came after Armenia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan, Mali and Sierra Leone.
El Salvador first in positive feelings
In the results of the search for positive emotions, El Salvador ranked first with 82 points.
Turkey and Lebanon were the least affected by this sentiment, with 46 points.
This study is based on five basic foundations, which are stress, sadness, anger, anxiety and psychological pain.
Lebanese crises
In an interview with “Sky News Arabia”, researcher in the International Information Society, Muhammad Shams El-Din, said that the conditions the Lebanese people are going through make them among the most angry and resentful nations.
He pointed out that “the national currency lost more than 95 percent of its value, and the unemployment rate rose to more than 38 percent, while the inflation index recorded 250 percent during a two-year period.”
Shams El-Din warned that public services in Lebanon are in a state of frightening decline, as the supply of electricity is almost touching only two hours a day.
In addition, hospitals do not receive patients if they do not have cash and dollars, and water is cut off for days and does not reach homes, residential units, and even offices.

The Lebanese accepts and does not refuse
Shams El-Din describes the Lebanese people as “the most angry and least expressive of a state of anger”, justifying his description by the way the Lebanese deal with any crisis that arises.
This is evidenced by the fact that “if the gasoline is cut off, you see him standing in long queues in front of the gas stations, and if the electricity is cut off, he resorts to generators, solar energy and alternative means, and therefore the Lebanese accepts and does not reject the bad situation that causes his resentment and anger.”
Iraq .. a difficult situation
On the other hand, with regard to Iraq, the economic expert Bassem Antoun believes that the very difficult and difficult conditions that Iraq is going through, economically and politically, have made it in a difficult and revolutionary situation and unable to believe anyone.
Although Iraq is a rich country with many potentials, it suffers from dilapidated infrastructure, poor services and loss of job opportunities.
More than 25 percent of Iraqis suffer from unemployment, and more than 30 percent of them live below the poverty line, and therefore all these factors make the country in an unenviable position.

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