Beirut’s ‘secularism march’ will uphold constitutional rights
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Beirut’s ‘secularism march’ will uphold constitutional rights

Beirut : Lebanon | Mar 14, 2010 at 2:53 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Star
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Launched by a small group of non-partisan civic-minded citizens called Laique [Secular] Pride, the March for Secularism will bring Lebanese together on April 25 in support of secularism, and to bring attention to the letter and spirit of the Lebanese Constitution. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Star
 
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