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Video: Lebanon terror attack

How do people in Lebanon feel about the attack that took place a few days before the Paris attacks? A BMS World Mission worker and trustee in Beirut share their thoughts and ideas for prayer in this short video

On Thursday 12 November 43 people were killed and more than 200 were injured when two suicide bombers targeted Burj al-Barajneh, a suburb in Lebanon’s capital.
 
One week on, Arthur Brown, a BMS worker in Beirut, and Nabil Costa, a BMS Trustee from Lebanon, spoke about how people were feeling on the ground and how best to pray for the country and the situation.
 
Watch this short video for an insight into life after the bombings in Beirut:

Beirut: pray for the peacemakers from BMS World Mission on Vimeo.

 
Life goes on in Lebanon, as it does all over the world, but for those who have lost loved ones in the Beirut attacks it will never be the same again. Please keep the people of Beirut and the Church in Lebanon in your prayers. 

 

This article first appeared on the website of BMS World Mission and is used with permission. 


 
BMS World Mission, 23/11/2015
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