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The British royal family has demonstrated how tradition eventually gives way to matters of the heart, with the wedding last month of U.S. actress and divorcee Meghan Markle to Prince Harry, and the expected marriage of the queen's cousin to his same-sex partner this summer.Matters of the heart can't be put aside or stopped through directives or threats.That will continue to be the case for any Syrian university student who is lucky enough to fall in love with a beautiful young Lebanese man or woman – no matter what General Security might want.
Time for legislating
Imposing a fait accompli
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