Maronite Christians Thrive in Lebanon

Lebanon is about to choose a new president who will be a Maronite Christian — though Lebanon is predominantly Muslim. The reason for that can be found in the country's constitution and its history. This Christian denomination is found mainly in Lebanon and has played a central role in that country's frequent struggles over political power.

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