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Youssef Bey Karam

Lebanese rebel
Respect the beliefs of other people, so your faith remains strong.

Youssef Bey Karam (May 18237 April 1889) was a Maronite Christian of Lebanon who fought in the 1860 civil war and led a rebellion in 1866-1867 against rule by the Ottoman Empire.

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Religion is the source of love, but extremism is the source of hatred.

Youssef Bey Karam FoundationEdit

Quotations from Quotation page at Official site (further citations, or other translations are desirable).
  • Respect the beliefs of other people, so your faith remains strong.
  • Islam and Christianity do not contradict each other, but they meet in high values to achieve significant benefits for the world.
  • Honest and sincere people contribute in guaranteeing conviviality, freedom and stability. Religious teachings help in promoting and reinforcing ethics, respect, nobility, generosity, modesty, love and rightness.
  • Religion and extremism never meet, since the religion is the source of love, but extremism is the source of hatred.
  • Each Christian and Muslim who acts aggressively, will be contradicting their religious teachings.

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