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Lebanon: Crisis in the Christian Community

Charles Malik says that the primary political crisis since 1988 has been within the Christian community. This crisis is rarely mentioned because it's assumed that the Christians are already too powerful, and keeping them in their weakened state is better for other sectarian leaders. The same can be said about the Sunni.

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  • cathrine

    the lebanon crisis was a waste of time and shouldnt have happend just because two people had a disagreement

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