BEIRUT, Lebanon — How many bombs would have to go off in Paris before the next one would get the same reaction as a bomb in Beirut? Is it the frequency of horrific events that makes us numb to them, or the . . .
CHR Comment: Since Lebanon’s 1975-1990 civil war, Beirut neighborhoods have been divided based on religion. There are Christian, Shia Muslim, and Sunni Muslim areas according to Richard Hall writing for the GlobalPost, Nov. 18.
Source: After Beirut, how Lebanon responded to Paris attacks