Hundreds of faithful from Christian denominations observing the Western calendar processed through Beirut to mark Palm Sunday on April 14, 2019. (The Daily Star/Mohamad Azakir)
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Christian denominations observing the Western calendar celebrated Palm Sunday with masses and processions across Lebanon.Haddad described the document as "highlighting the reality of faith today in the shadow of spreading fundamentalism".He called on Lebanese citizens to recognize that religion is a "necessary institution for the betterment of humanity," but equally warned that extremist ideologies across the world could impact Lebanon.In north Lebanon, Maronite Bishop Hanna Rahme held a mass at Deir al-Ahmar's Saint George Church.
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