House of faith house of feuds

Thomas, Karen
December 1999
Middle East;Dec99, Issue 296, p43
Reports the conflict between Druze leader Walid Jumblatt and Lebanon President Emile Lahoud over the Beiteddine Palace. History of the palace; Architectural description; Redevelopment of the palace ruined by Jumblatt; Return of the state control of the palace; Compensation conflicts between Jumblatt and ex-Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.


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