“It was an apocalypse,” said Father Mansour Labaky, a Christian Maronite priest who survived the massacre at Damour. “They were coming, thousands and thousands, shouting ‘Allahu Akbar! Let us attack them for the Arabs, let us offer a holocaust to Mohammad!’ And they were slaughtering everyone in their path, men, women and children.”
Whether we are atheists or Hindu, Buddhists, Christians, Jews – or even ex-Muslims or practicing Muslims trapped in Islam with no way out, we need to get together to do everything we can to oppose and fight against this fascist ideology from spreading.
Lebanon used to be known as “The Paris of the Middle East” and was popular with tourists.
After the collapse of the Ottoman Empire following World War I, Beirut, along with the rest of Lebanon, was placed under the French Mandate. Lebanon achieved independence in 1943, and Beirut became its capital city. The city remained a regional intellectual capital, becoming a major tourist destination and a banking haven, especially for the Persian Gulf oil boom.
Then they started allowing more and more Muslim immigrants… The area became a significant base for Muslim military attacks following the arrival of the PLO leadership and its Fatah brigade following their 1971 expulsion from Jordan.
The Damour Palestinian massacre took place on January 20, 1976. Damour, a Christian town on the main highway south of Beirut, was attacked by the Palestine Liberation Organisation units. Over 700 of its population died in the massacre that followed, and the remainder were forced to flee.
Who came to help these Christians who were being slaughtered like chickens? The Europeans? The Americans? No, the Israelis. Lebanon continues to have Muslims problems and Hezbollah militants have a hold in the country and flare up attacks against Israel on a regular basis.
Lebanon before Muslim arrival.
Lebanon after Muslim arrival.
The parasitic host take over and remodel a Christian church.