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Who is Isaac Oehlers (Australian Beirut explosion victim) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Who is Isaac Oehlers (Australian Beirut explosion victim) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Isaac Oehlers

Isaac Oehlers Wiki – Isaac Oehlers Biography:

The Australian victim of the Great Beirut explosion was described as a two-year-old whose family was heartbroken by the loss of the “beautiful boy”.

Oehlers Age

Isaac Oehlers was 2-year-old

Isaac Family

Isaac Oehlers’ family will likely have to go into quarantine when they return to Western Australia.

But Mark McGowan, the prime minister of Western Australia, has promised his government will sympathize with these regulations in light of the “shocking” tragedy.

 

“The family has family in Western Australia and they will want to come back at some point,” he said on Sunday. “Obviously, we will be understanding and understanding when appropriate rules are applied.”

WA has the toughest border restrictions in the country to combat the global coronavirus pandemic.

Considering the obstacles to human movements in the Middle East due to the spread of Covid-19, it is unknown how quickly the family will leave Lebanon.

Isaac was the only Australian victim ever known to be the blast in the port of Beirut on Tuesday afternoon local time, which killed more than 150 people and injured thousands.

In a statement by the State Department, Isaac’s family expressed regret over his death.

“We broke our hearts with the sudden and tragic loss of our beautiful son after the disaster in Beirut.”

“Isaac was two years old and will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

The family would like to thank everyone who offered us comfort and support, and our condolences to all those in Lebanon who have suffered from this devastating tragedy. ”

It is believed that there are around 5,000 Lebanese Australians in the country currently facing the health effects of a major economic crisis, electricity and water shortages, and a coronavirus outbreak.

Late Sunday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison attended a virtual conference attended by leaders and ministers from 30 countries to discuss how the international community can support the Lebanese people.

French President Emmanuel Macron and the United Nations chaired the meeting.

Tell us: How were you affected by the explosion in Beirut?

Countries represented included Lebanon, USA, Egypt, Jordan, Greece, Italy and the Council of Europe.

Morrison drew attention to the scale and severity of the situation and stated that Australia has strong ties to Lebanon and a major Lebanese community dating back to the 1870s in Australia and is therefore “willing to do everything we can to provide support.”

The explosion was fed with thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate stored in a warehouse for years after it was seized from a ship.

Lebanese investigators have yet to determine what triggered the explosion and are focusing on workers at the port, but Lebanon’s president Michel Aoun said it could be a rocket or bomb attack.

The explosion flattened the buildings around the harbor and caused massive damage throughout the city, leaving as many as 300,000 people homeless.

The disaster sparked angry protests and clashes, in which a police officer died and more than 200 people were injured.

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Daniel Chapman

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