The world's first Arabic-language internet series depicts issues mainstream media won't touch and is proving popular with young people
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Shankaboot tells Beirut street life through the eyes of 15-year-old delivery boy Suleiman.
Now in its fifth season, and filmed on the streets of Lebanon's capital, Shankaboot is both entertaining and a trigger for debate.
Viewers are encouraged to get involved in online discussion about the subjects raised by Shankaboot.
Storylines have covered drug addiction, corruption, human trafficking and class inequalities. The subjects and style have struck a chord with Arab youth.
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