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O. moved on to Lebanon, the only Arab nation with a significant Christian-Syrian Orthodox and Catholic-population. When the French discontinued their mandate of Syria and Lebanon in 1946, the Christian majority in Lebanon worked out a delicately balanced arrangement with the Muslim minority under a democratic constitution. Results were happy enough, and Beirut became a bustling and prosperous commercial center whose citizens probably enjoyed the highest per capita income in the Middle East. When Palestinian Arabs fled Israel during the 1948 war, several thousand were admitted to Lebanon-not more lest the Christian-Muslim balance of population be seriously disturbed.
2. Saying five daily prayers while bowing in the direction of Mecca. The worshipper is to pray standing, bowing down, prostrating, and sitting. Prayers are to be offered in the morning before sunrise, just after midday, late afternoon, at sunset, and at night. (Incidentally, the refusal by the Jews to bow down in the direction of Mecca infuriated Muhammad. ) 3. Muslims are expected to fast 28 consecutive days every year during the month of Ramadan. A fasting person cannot eat, drink, smoke, or engage in sex from dawn until dusk, although he can do these things at night.
Terrorists moving from camps in his area toward the Israeli border. An Extraordinarily Brave Man Once while I was in Israel I went to see Haddad. I had been to Lebanon once before, in 1972. Then I had visited Beirut, a beautiful, peaceful city. A taxi driver had talked at length about how Lebanon was one of the most beautiful resort spots of the Middle East. What a contrast with today's devastation. My visit with Major Haddad took place inside Israeli territory, in Metullah to be exact, late in September of 1980.
Beyond Iraq: The Next Move--Ancient Prophecy and Modern Day Conspiracy Collide by Michael D. Evans