The Pope wants Hezb’Allah-controlled Lebanon as a role model for the Middle East. Not the democratic state of Israel.
This weekend, the Pope visited Lebanon. This is what Jerusalem Post has recorded from the Pope’s visit:
Christianity and Islam have lived together in Lebanon for centuries, he said, sometimes within one family. “If this is possible within the same family, why should it not be possible at the level of the whole of society?” he asked.
“Lebanon is called, now more than ever, to be an example,” he said, inviting his audience “to testify with courage, in season and out of season, wherever you find yourselves, that God wants peace, that God entrusts peace to us.”
Lebanon – torn apart by a 1975-1990 sectarian civil war – is a religious mosaic of over four million people whose Muslim majority includes Sunnis, Shi’ites and Alawites. Christians, over one-third of the population…
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