Guest: Fr. Paul Karam, National Director for the Pontifical Mission Society in Lebanon
Moderator: Mark Riedemann
Production Date: 2008
The future of Christians in the Middle East lies in the creation of a society in which Muslims, Christians, and Jews can peacefully coexist. Nowhere is this tension more played out than in Lebanon – a country that has repeatedly suffered war and political assassinations on its territory. Host Mark Riedemann interviews Fr. Paul Karam, National Director for the Pontifical Mission Society in Lebanon concerning the challenge of maintaining Lebanons example of political harmony between Muslims and Christians in face of the perpetual insecurity created from countries outside Lebanon, seeking to resolve political crises on Lebanese soil.