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Pope Benedict to Travel to Lebanon as Syria Civil War causes Sunni, Shiite Violence in Tripoli
The planned visit next week comes amid fears that fighting in neighbouring Syria will spill over into Lebanon, where tensions are already running high between Sunni and Shiite Muslim communities.
Last month, violence broke out between opponents and supporters of the Syrian regime in Lebanon’s second largest city of Tripoli, leaving 17 people dead and over 100 wounded.
During his three-day trip, the 85-year old pontiff plans to hold an open-air mass in Beiru... Read more »
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It will become like Iraq, and now Syria, with all the Christians leaving.” Contributing to this story was Doreen Abi Raad. BKERKE, Lebanon (CNS) — Pope Benedict ... civil-war-torn Syria, the pope noted that Muslims, too, have been fleeing the violence ...
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