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All Posts Tagged With: "Hezbollah"

Future for Lebanon: Introduction

(July 19, 2005) "Future for Lebanon" takes viewers to the oldest democracy in the Middle East as voters go to the polls in a new era. From the beaches of Beirut to the radical rallies of Hezbollah, WIDE ANGLE explores political change in one of the pivotal nations of the Arab region -- change from within, not imposed from the outside.

Jul 19th, 2005 | Comments

Future for Lebanon: Interview with Michael Elliott

Michael Elliott, Editor of Time International, discusses Lebanon with Anchor, Daljit Dhaliwal.

Jul 19th, 2005 | Comments

Future for Lebanon: The Struggle for Lebanon

The Lebanese political system is sectarian, and will continue as such for the foreseeable future. Parliament is divided evenly between Christians and Muslims, though the latter are a majority, while the three highest posts in the state — that of president, prime minister and speaker of parliament — are reserved for Maronite Christians, Sunni Muslims and Shia Muslims, respectively.

Jul 19th, 2005 | Comments

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