Lebanese Maronite Cardinal Bechara Rai looks over the ruins of Kfar Biram from the top of the village's church in northern Israel. Activists have been living in tents on the site for months to pressure Israel to rebuild the destroyed community.
Lebanese Maronite Cardinal Bechara Rai looks over the ruins of Kfar Biram from the top of the village's church in northern Israel. Activists have been living in tents on the site for months to pressure Israel to allow them to rebuild the destroyed community.
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Daniella Cheslow

Cardinal Bechara Rai's visit to the ruins of the Maronite village Kfar Biram was historic, and locals greeted him beneath massive posters, wearing baseball caps emblazoned with his picture.
Cardinal Bechara Rai's visit to the ruins of the Maronite village Kfar Biram was historic, and locals greeted him beneath massive posters, wearing baseball caps emblazoned with his picture.
Credit:

Daniella Cheslow

Flanked by security, Lebanese Maronite Cardinal Bechara Rai walks out of the church of Kfar Biram.
Flanked by security, Lebanese Maronite Cardinal Bechara Rai walks out of the church of Kfar Biram.
Credit:

Daniella Cheslow

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