Christian Village Caught in the Crossfire

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George Hasrooni shows the unexploded Israeli artillery shell lying in the bathroom of his house in Ein Ebel, a Christian village located a few miles from the Israeli border. Ivan Watson, NPR hide caption

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George Hasrooni shows an unexploded Israeli artillery shell.

George Hasrooni shows the unexploded Israeli artillery shell lying in the bathroom of his house in Ein Ebel, a Christian village located a few miles from the Israeli border.

Ivan Watson, NPR

Christians in the southern Lebanese village of Ein Abel are trapped between combatants Israel and Hezbollah. Guerrillas have fired rockets from just outside the village, drawing Israeli return fire. Parts of Ein Abel are in ruins.

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