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28 July 2006

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Beirut Days - preview
The following email exchanges took place over a week between Tony Manasseh, of Penzance Meeting, his second cousin Tony in Beirut (a member of Brummana Meeting), Andrew Clark and other Friends

Dear Tony and family, so concerned at latest news, very distressing to see the damage being caused to the country
  • Hope that you are able to cope with the situation, cannot believe that you are having to endure the extreme conditions of conflict yet again
  • In the safe environment we enjoy, we cannot really understand how a country can tear itself apart
  • Take care, we are thinking of you, our prayers and hopes
  • Tony and family (in UK)

  • Tony Manasseh, Brummana Meeting

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