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South Lebanon: Christians Caught in the Crossfire

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Published on Jul 26, 2007

Eight months after the war in south Lebanon, Christians are facing a wide range of difficulties. Now South Lebanon Christians are looking to God to give them strength in the midst of hardship.


South Lebanon was the most hit during last summer's war between Israel and Hezbollah. This clip shows and explains how life was for the Christians of South Lebanon, who are a minority in the South. Hezbollah used their villages as a place to attack Israel, hiding amongst there supporters, yet taking the battle to other villages that do not support them is a cowardly move, while Israel is at fault as well for destroying civilian homes, the economy, polluting the sea and much more.

For any of you thinking Christians worked with the Israelis. There were never any Christian militias set up in South Lebanon. They have been getting slaughtered for absolutely nothing and are completely not a threat. You can't forget Syria was in Lebanon to and attacking the people living Zahle, Baal Bek, and Mount and North Lebanon ect. Of course, this is not the Muslims, Christians, nor the Jews who are fault for this. This is the work of Syria, Palestinians, Iran and Israel! Using Lebanon as a battleground for there own interest.

Lebanon is not a threat to any country, with no air force, and no battleships. Lebanon is a defenseless nation, unlike its neighbors, who are fully armed by other nations. Hezbollah is weak, and can not stop Israel from attacking Lebanon, and it provokes Israel and gives it the excuse to attack and invade.

Hezbollah and Amal are not looking after Lebanese interest. Amal has always been for Syria. They see Lebanon belonging to Syria, while Hezbollah is more of religiously extremism group that is connected to Iran. Iran uses it for its own political purpose. For example: Attacking Israel. Of course, Hezbollah was created to keep Lebanon from being part of Israel and Syria. Although, its Lebanese leaders who founded it was removed from his place by outer powers, "Syria and Iran" who have become allies. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was put as leader of Hezbollah, considered a puppet of Syria and Iran for betraying the fundamentals of Hezbollah.

Proof? Amal & Hezbollah fought each other during the 15 year civil war. If you lived there or did your research you would know this is true. Ask, anybody who is old enough and they'll tell you this is true. And since it is, then it is hard to believe this, it isn't a theory, it is a fact! Watch my videos "About Time Lebanon part 1 & 2".

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