Christian-Muslim summit seeks security for all religions in Middle East

BEIRUT -- Christian and Muslim leaders in Lebanon called for the formation of a legal committee to protect all religions. In a statement following a Muslim-Christian summit Sept. 25 at Bkerke, the seat of the Maronite Catholic Church, north of Beirut, religious leaders also condemned the "Innocence of Muslims" film and denounced "violent reactions that led to innocent casualties and harm to Christians and places of worship in a number of countries."

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