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24 May 2020

Lebanon - "The difficult situation in the Middle East does not allow anyone to drag Lebanon into external conflicts that undermine its sovereignty and independence, or turn it into a battlefield...How do we knock on the door of the international community and ask it to save the country economically and financially without ensuring security, political, and judicial stability?" Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Beshara Boutros Rahi, asked the political class in Lebanon, during Sunday Mass service in Bkirki this morning.

Rahi added: "Lebanon, which is going through the most serious economic and financial crisis in 30 years, will not be drawn into external conflicts."

The Maronite Patriarch also warned about the situation of private Catholic schools as being "on the verge of closure, which threatens the educational system in Lebanon."


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