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Opponents of sectarianism in Lebanon are celebrating what they are calling the first child born without a religious sect. Nidal Darwish and Kholoud Sukkarieh announced Saturday that their one-month-old son Ghadi had been registered without a religious affiliation. In January, the couple celebrated the first civil marriage recorded in Lebanon.