Friday, December 30, 2016

Cedars '62 - questioning history (5)

Majestic and unwavering, but forever associated with the Judeo-Christian tradition, so much that when the cedar was to be put on the Lebanese flag, the Christian MPs said it had to touch the upper and lower red parts on the top and bottom of the flag, because it is irrigated by the blood of the martyrs. Implicitly, they were afraid that the Muslim MPs would start playing with the size of the cedar and it would end up vanishing in the end.