While travelling, he visited the Lebanese Christian Maronite community, many of whom are refugees from the 1975-1990 civil war.
Interview with Nabil Costa, CEO of Lebanese Society for Educational and Social Development.
The extinction of Christianity in the Middle East accelerated dramatically in the early 20th century amid the Armenian genocide.
The Cardinal and the Ambassador praised the work of the Hungary Helps Program in a working lunch with Tristan Azbej.
After the attack, the Christian man prayed for the soul of the terrorist, and God heard his prayer.
"Rosary for Lebanon" was celebrated on the 24th of July, the feast of Saint Charbel, a Lebanese monk, in the chapel of the CIAM.
The monastery, originally built in the 17th century, was renovated with the financial aid of Hungary Helps.
Lebanon has nearly a forty per cent Christian population, hosting Christian minorities fleeing conflict elsewhere in the region.
"More than 380,000 requests for immigration were presented to the embassies of the EU and the countries of North America."