A Lebanese Muslim woman adjusts the cap of a man dressed as Santa Claus during a Christmas event, inside a church in the southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The Greek Catholic Church in Sidon launched Sunday an event to celebrate three major holidays that take place in December for Christians and Muslims in an atmosphere of coexistence.The event was a result of collaboration between the Sidon Municipality and some of the city's civil society organizations.Haddad later delivered a Mass to mark St. Nicholas' Day that was attended by Sidon MP Bahia Hariri and Zahrani MP Michel Musa.Aoun was elected president on Oct. 31 and tasked Hariri with forming a Cabinet on Nov. 3 .Haddad stressed the coexistence that lies at the heart of Sidon and called on the city's politicians to preserve it and Lebanon.
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