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Lebanon: Christian population on the rise

Catholic World News - February 22, 2013

The percentage of Christians in Lebanon will rise in the decades ahead because of Muslim emigration and a fall in Muslim birthrates, according to a report published by the Lebanese Information Centre.

The report predicted that the percentage of Christians in Lebanon, which fell from 54% in 1932 to 34% today, will increase to more than 39% in 2045.

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