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Violence-ridden Tripoli is ripe for recruitment.
Diversity that protects Lebanese Christians is on verge of collapse, official says.
Military ousts jihadists from the ancient town of Tripoli
Extremists advance despite U.S. airstrikes
"We all know that if they come, they will slit our throats for no reason," says a Lebanese militiaman.
Incursion into Lebanon raised fears of further spillover of conflict.
Dozens of armored personnel carriers, tanks and elite troops surround town that is 55 miles from capital.
“It’s very, very hard to know how many are baptized, because everything will be a secret.”
Local Catholic leaders describe the hardship faced by Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the destabilizing effect the conflict is having on the country.