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Lebanon’s Christian Patriarch prays for peace in Syria

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The head of Lebanon’s Maronite Catholic church, Patriarch Beshara al-Rai, prayed in an old Damascus church on Saturday for an

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Arab Spring protests expand to Iraq

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FALLUJAH, Iraq — This restive Sunni town, the first to rebel against U.S. troops a decade ago, is rising up

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Bishops: Civil and religious marriages can coexist

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The Maronite’s Bishop council said on Wednesday that civil marriage can coexist with religious marriage but cannot replace it. “Marriage

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Geagea defends the Orthodox electoral law

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Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea defended on Tuesday his party’s decision to back the Orthodox Gathering draft electoral law and

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Audeh, Rai call for a law that preserves coexistence

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Maronite Patriarch Beshara al-Rai and Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Beirut Elias Audeh called for an electoral law that preserves coexistence

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Christians agreed to adopt the Orthodox gathering law

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The Christian four-party panel  on the electoral law on Sunday agreed to endorse the electoral law proposed by the so-called

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Pope marks end of difficult year… goodness prevails

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Pope Benedict XVI marked the end of a difficult year Monday by saying that despite all the death and injustice

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Syria’s christians’ in no mood to celebrate Christmas’

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Festive spirit is a distant memory for Syria’s Christian minority as it faces a second Christmas in the grip of

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Patriarch urges Christians ‘to stay put in Syria’

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Syria’s Greek Orthodox leader called on Christians on Saturday to remain in the country despite its spiralling conflict, which the

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What Will Post-Assad Syria Look Like?

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has shown surprising staying power in the vicious civil war that’s been grinding on for

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