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Over 530,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon
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Over 530,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Jun 16 2013, 4:18am CDT | by

Beirut, June 16 (IANS) The UN Higher Council for Refugees said Sunday that the number of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country to Lebanon has exceeded 530,000.

Beirut, June 16 — The UN Higher Council for Refugees said Sunday that the number of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country to Lebanon has exceeded 530,000. In its latest report on Syrian...

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Over 530,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Jun 16 2013, 4:18am CDT | by

Beirut, June 16 (IANS) The UN Higher Council for Refugees said Sunday that the number of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country to Lebanon has exceeded 530,000.

Beirut, June 16 — The UN Higher Council for Refugees said Sunday that the number of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country to Lebanon has exceeded 530,000.

In its latest report on Syrian refugees, the UN agency said more than 455,000 have registered with UN offices in Lebanon while over 75,000 were waiting for their registration process to get over, reports Xinhua.

Lebanon has urged the international community to help bear its burden of hosting the Syrian refugees, who are expected to exceed one million by the end of the year.

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The Maronite Patriarch of Antioch Bechara al Rahi has called for moderate Muslims to speak out and condemn the jihadist terror group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and support the continued existence of Christianity in Iraq. In a homily this week, the patriarch lamented that Christians "hear no one cry out" against ISIS. In a homily delivered in Beirut, Lebanon, the patriarch asked of his audience, "what do moderate Muslim ...
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May Was The Deadliest Month Yet For Syria’s Doctors

Jul 23 2014 11:49am CDT | Source: ThinkProgress

Will Freeman is an intern with Think Progress. A Syrian doctor treats a wounded man across the border in Lebanon. CREDIT: AP Images Chilling new findings released Wednesday reveal that May was the deadliest month yet for medical workers attempting to help the sick and wounded in Syria’s ongoing civil war. Along with revelations that Syria just experienced some of the bloodiest days of its conflict t ...
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We have all seen the deaths in Gaza. We are appalled. Terrible violence. We see it. There is outrage. Rightly so, we want it stopped. And when it stops? We change the channel and go on to find something else to watch... that drama is over as far as we are concerned. The details of what the real issues are don't hold our attention. How to end the real crisis and bring about a resolution just isn't compelling TV. The plight of the Palestinians is a long a ...
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Monkey Cage: Government data exaggerate the increase in terrorist attacks

Jul 21 2014 9:02am CDT | Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post

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With the recent spikes in terrorism in Syria, Lebanon and now Iraq, it is important to ask: Is the threat of terrorism around the world greater today than at the height of the Iraq war?  The New York Times, CNN, Reuters and other news media outlets have used government-sponsored data sets that paint a scary picture of world events, claiming that the number of radical terrorist attacks in 2013 exceeded those in any previous period. If true, the world is more dangerous today tha ...
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Grant clears path to university in Jordan and Lebanon for Syrian refugees

Jul 17 2014 7:00pm CDT | Source: UN High Commission on Refugees

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Said Foundation will pay for two-thirds of the scholarships UNHCR plans to give for Syrian refugees to attend university in Jordan and Lebano ...
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Go Ahead, Blame the Jews for All the Troubles in the World

Jul 15 2014 2:40pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

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Their invention of monotheism has proven to be the curse that keeps on giving No, don't blame contemporary Israelis. Blame Bronze Age Semitic Canaanites circa 800 B.C.. When Yahweh whipped Baal in the battle of the barbecued bulls (1 Kings 18) the one-and-only jealous God began his ascendance. Except he didn't stay one-and-only for long, as Judaism metastasized into Christianity, Islam, and countless derivatives that have since delivered centuries of strife as zealots pr ...
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Shocking Footage from IDF Shows Hamas' Rocket Barrages from Gaza

Jul 15 2014 2:10pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Activists Demonstrate Against Israeli Airstrikes In Gaza
The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have released video footage from Monday clearly depicting numerous rockets being fired out of Gaza by Hamas terrorists into Israel. The rockets are fired into civilian territory--often from civilian territory--and force Israelis to seek shelter and save their lives within seconds of receiving an alert. Israel has been under heavy attack from Gaza since the beginning of Operation Protective Edg ...
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War Escalation: Israel Rocketed from Lebanon

Jul 11 2014 8:34am CDT | Source: Big Government

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Tel Aviv, Israel-- Israelis living in the north of the country were awoken early this morning to the sound of three rockets from Lebanon crashing into their sovereign territory. Israel responded by firing artillery shells upon targets in Lebanon, according to an Israel Defense Forces spokesman. It remains unclear what group is responsible for firing the rockets into the Israel-Lebanon border towns of Metula and Kfar Shouba. The Lebanese governm ...
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145,000 Syrian refugee women fight for survival as they head families alone.

Jul 7 2014 7:00pm CDT | Source: UN High Commission on Refugees

Mahmoud Abbas Visits Jordan
One quarter of Syrian refugee women caught in a spiral of poverty, isolation and fear. More than 145,000 Syrian refugee families in Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan ...
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Renewed Conflict in Lebanon

Jun 11 2014 9:45am CDT | Source: Council on Foreign Relations

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This memo assesses the impact of spillover from the ongoing civil war in Syria on Lebanon's security and proposes several steps the United States should take to lessen the likelihood of sectarian violen ...
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