Why CAA and NRC are the last chance for India's existence, pls read carefully
*Lebanon – a glaring example of what can go wrong*
In d 1970’s, Lebanon was called 'Paradise' & its capital Beirut was the 'Paris of the East'.
The Lebanese Christians r some of the oldest Christians
in the world, preceded only by d oriental Orthodox of Armenia & Copts of Egypt.Lebanon was a progressive, tolerant , multi-cultural society, just like India Today. It had some of d best Universities in d Middle East, where children from all over Arabia used to come to study
& then they used to stay there & work.Lebanese banking was 1 of d best banking systems in d world. Despite not having oil, Lebanon had a great economy. Lebanese society’s progressiveness can be gauged from d 60s Hindi film "An Evening in Paris" which was also shot in Lebanon
Now the sad bit. Islamic population of Lebanon was growing steadily & Muslims were producing many more kids than d Xtians & the kids were slowly being radicalised due to their lack of education. In 1970’s there was unrest in Jordan & liberal Lebanon was made to open its doors
to Palestinian refugees" by their Muslim leaders to show “True compassion”! However, by 1980, Lebanon was in exactly d same condition as Syria is in today!!
Jihadists, who entered as "refugees", started ethnic cleansing of the native Xtians resulting in untold number of deaths!
No one came to save & ppl who couldn’t adjust to this violence, left Lebanon in waves and waves of emigrations. As a result of d deaths & emigrations, d Lebanese Christian population, which was 60% in 1970, whittled down to a mere 37% in 30 years !
Today, there are more Lebanese people living outside of Lebanon than within and their right to return has been blocked by the Muslim majority through laws. The doors are now sealed shut!This sad story of Lebanon is only 30 yrs old* !
India needs to learn from Lebanese history.
Unite against such forces and boycott the parties, institutions, people, actors, presstitutes and media associated wd Crusaders.
Wake up India