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March 23, 2017 12:06
Valentine’s Day in Beirut

Valentine’s Day in downtown Beirut last month. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Lebanese internal strife: Have we reached a point of no return?
Al-Anwar, Lebanon, March 16

It seems as if the deep political tensions prominent throughout the entire Arab world have not passed over Lebanon. While Lebanon enjoys stability and relative peace, Lebanese society has been growing increasingly divided in recent years. Sectarian tensions reached an all-time high in the last few months, with several events suggesting that Lebanese society may very well be on the verge of yet another civil war.


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