Maronite bishops attend the monthly meeting in Bkirki, Wednesday, March 5, 2014. (The Daily Star/HO)
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Maronite Bishops condemned Wednesday Israel's latest aerial attack on Hezbollah, adding that Syrian shelling of Lebanon is the price of Lebanese intervention in the crisis next-door.Hezbollah is deeply involved in the Syrian conflict, often spearheading military campaigns against rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces.The Bishops had hoped that the policy statement would be inspired by a National Charter recently announced by Bkirki, the seat of the Maronite Church, according to the statement.The announcement came in a statement posted online earlier this month.
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