In this article was the following.
And the bold line surprised me quite a bit because here it says that some Christian factions are for both Sunni and Shiite parties. Am I mistaken in my understanding?
But why is it possible that Christian parties can be aligned with any Muslim political party?
Lebanon, since its creation as a modern state, in 1943, has never been disassociated from events in Syria, with a largely sectarian divide between those who support Assad—the Shiite parties of Hezbollah and Amal—and an anti-Assad coalition of Sunnis and Druze. (There are Christian factions aligned with both.)