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    • veritas
    • 29.04.12 | 13:08 (IDT)

    that Christians are being massacred, threatened or murdered in Lebanon, NONE. I am well familiar with the country and you may fool people who don't know, even potobac who conceded this point to you below, showing he doesn't know what's going on. Yes, in Egypt, there are longstanding issues between the Coptic community and the Muslim majority, but massacres? there's one incident recently which got tons of media attention, in Maspero. You can't claim it was ignored or not covered. As for Syria, um you seem woefully misinformed- the Christian community of Syria is still heavily loyal to the regime and has not suffered any massacres like you claim- I am sure some Christian civilians have died but these would be people who joined the rebellion and were killed by the Syrian Army, which represents a SECULAR, not Muslim state. Please stop trying to misinform people who don't know better.

    from the article: '60 Minutes' chides Israeli envoy for interfering in segment
    First published 01:31 24.04.12 | Last updated 01:31 24.04.12
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