Lebanon’s Muslims: Relatively Secular and Pro-Christian
Inter - religious dialogue in Lebanon
Lebanon’s diversity has also posed a number of significant challenges.
Lebanon’s history indicates the potential for religious tensions to escalate, especially in a broader context where sectarian violence has ravaged both Iraq and Syria and threatens to create fault lines across the region where the war in Syria has specifically had an impact on the country’s stability and raises questions about the future of its minorities.This book aims to examine the current situation of religious minorities in Lebanon.
It draws on a desk review of existing materials and media reports, together with first-hand field research and interviews with members of different religious communities, including activists belonging to currently unrecognized groups.
Kemal Yildirim is an author of politics, cultures and philosophy of modern and ancient Middle eastern societies and civilizations.
He has also featured films as well as Documentaries on ancient and modern cultures.