Myles Udland on what he's watching tomorrow.
Pie: "Those who don't learn from history we are doomed to repeat it." - George Santayana Before the brutal and deadly Lebanese Civil War of 1975 to 1990, Lebanon was a predominantly Christian country (for example in 1920s census, Christians accounted for 84 percent of the Lebanese population). At that time Beirut was prosperous, many people dine out in the evening, and people called Beirut as little Paris of Middle East. At that time a “people of religion of peace” who applied a new strategy and pretending as a Christian to win the election in Lebanon and started to bring in huge number of “people of religion of peace” from neighboring countries. By playing race/religion card, focused on the pseudo issues, dividing society, and polarized the country, as a results a long civil war started and 120,000 died and one million people had to leave their home as refugees.