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Lebanese Children Learn Abbreviated National Historyi
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Paige Kollock
November 11, 2012 8:46 PM
Lebanon’s many different sects have their own history, which makes formulating a unified national history challenging. The 1989 Taif Accord, which ended the 15-year Lebanese civil war, called for civic education to be uniform across the country in order to promote national unity. But as Paige Kollock reports for VOA, the goal remains unrealized.

Lebanese Children Learn Abbreviated National History

Paige Kollock

Published November 11, 2012

Lebanon’s many different sects have their own history, which makes formulating a unified national history challenging. The 1989 Taif Accord, which ended the 15-year Lebanese civil war, called for civic education to be uniform across the country in order to promote national unity. But as Paige Kollock reports for VOA, the goal remains unrealized.


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