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Lebanon will never integrate with Syria

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Submitted by Phoenician Lebanese (United Arab Emirates), Jun 26, 2012 at 09:10

Lebanon will never integrate with Syria. it s not possible. Mount Lebanon has been present long before the Ottomans, & Lebanon is in the bible my friend.

the Solution for Syria: It's not the first country to have a civil war, people inside will reconcile, but not without high blood prices paid. Let s hope for the best, specially for our Christian Orthodox community there.

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