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Entrée du Conseil constitutionnel libanais

Religious Freedom Beyond (or Below) the Purview of the State : The Case of Lebanon

In Lebanon, protecting and defending religious freedom is not the sole business of civic associations and NGOs; it is also the lifeblood of the State. Composed of eighteen State-recognized religious communities, the country prides itself on being a reference of religious coexistence and political management of difference, despite decades of war and tensions. The Lebanese state commitment to religious freedom is enshrined in its constitution (1926),...

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