For a free, democratic Syria

13. August 2012, von aus dem Netz

Last week in Lebanon, two Shiite clerics challenged the region’s growing sectarian divide by taking a stand against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and siding with the Sunni-majority uprising next door. The two Shiite religious figures, risking reprisals from their co-religionists in Syria’s Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, released a statement explaining that the future of the Middle East required a Syria “stable, free, and ruled by a democratic, pluralist, and modern state.”

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