The "Tree of Coexistence" in Mieh Mieh (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Archbishop of Sidon Elie Bechara Haddad emphasized putting Lebanon's needs before sectarianism and prayed for government formation, during comments made at a Christmas lights switch-on in the town of Mieh Mieh Sunday night.After ongoing clashes and security concerns in Sidon's Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp last month, the nearby town of the same name illuminated its Christmas village and "tree of coexistence" in the central square Sunday night. In October, clashes broke out in the Mieh Mieh camp between Fatah and Hezbollah-linked Ansar Allah, killing at least five people and wounding 26 more.
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