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What happened to Lebanon? A warning to the West

What happened to Christian Lebanon? Brigitte Gabriel explains: In 1965, National Geographic Magazine had on its front cover, “Lebanon, Eden of the Middle East.” Unfortunately, all this began to change as the years went by. We got our independence in the early 40s, but by the 60s and 70s, the Christians had become the minority…


What happened to Christian Lebanon? Brigitte Gabriel explains:

In 1965, National Geographic Magazine had on its front cover, “Lebanon, Eden of the Middle East.” Unfortunately, all this began to change as the years went by. We got our independence in the early 40s, but by the 60s and 70s, the Christians had become the minority and the Muslims had become the majority in Lebanon. And as the Islamic population grew in the country, the country became less and less tolerant, because they started pushing for more rights that were not compatible with our Judeo-Christian value system that we had created, and that’s when the problems started…

Muslims in Lebanon [and Muslim immigrants] … declared jihad on the Christians. What they wanted to do is create a base from which to fight Israel, kill the Jews, and throw them into the sea… they were able to come to Lebanon, use our open-mindedness, our fairness, our tolerance, our multiculturalism, and our democracy to topple our democracy…

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