Half of France thinks marital affairs are fine, but what do the Lebanese think?
Published January 20th, 2014 - 21:18 GMT
As free-spirited and liberated as the Lebanese claim to be, they still hold strict views when it comes to fidelity in marriage; an American Muslim designer; the limit of a king's power; and Israel to annex more of Palestine to themselves.
92% Of Lebanese Say That “Married People Having An Affair Is Morally Unacceptable”
Only 47% of the French say it is morally unacceptable for married people to have an affair but as far as Lebanon is concerned, the study states that 92% of Lebanese say that married people having an affair is morally unacceptable.
The 10th century Monarch King Cnute is said to have stood before the ocean and commanded that the tide roll back. The tide’s expected refusal was Cnute’s way of reminding his most devoted advisors the limits of his power.
Netanyahu Tells Kerry he will Grab 13% of Palestinian West Bank
A settlement bloc is an area where clusters of settlements have been established in relatively close proximity to one another, in which the majority of the West Bank's 367,000 settlers currently live.
Bibi wants to build a few more.