Yes, it was an amazing wake-up call to lebanese christians when they realized how much the west disregards them.
This is why im especially allergic to some american supposedly hardline christians who always end up supporting every policy and everyone from saudi to israel against christian interests.
Money talks and christians as a community are viewed as small and disposable.
Look at Iraq, the removal of Saddam basically wiped out the christians there, thousands years old communities have disappeared. Syria as well, if not for Assad's survival.
In Lebanon in the 60s they wanted christians gone so they can naturalize palestinians here and relieve israel. In the 90s they sold Lebanon to a saudi-syria coalition which ended up with the christians persecuted for 15 years under an american brokered deal.
The western policies in the region are not driven by values but purely interests. This is why most christians in the region now are aligned with Russia-Iran-Hezballah. Theirs are just as interest-driven but at least for the foreseeable future as minorities as well you can expect mutual interests in most files.