Agree with everything, except that secularism was never a weapon used by Christians. Christians used to talk about secularism because they saw it as a solution against islamization, while giving Muslims equal rights to Christians.
Christians don't want secularism anymore, because they realized it is Muslims who will use secularism as a weapon. With a "one man one vote" system that does not offer sectarian protection, Muslims can effectively take all the power under the guise of secularism.
A Shia forumer once even said that he prefers an Islamic state, but if he can't have that, he'll take secularism over a sectarian power sharing agreement. Because he knows very well that a sectarian power sharing agreement will safeguard the Christian's share of power, while secularism won't.
In any case, all this talk is useless. The country has sunk so low that it would take a miracle to make it liveable again.
With a secular state, religion takes a backseat. And a position will naturally have a head and a deputy from the two religions to depict coexistence and tolerance.
I really dont understand how the present apartheid governing system makes the life of the average christian more amazing than that of the average Muslim. Its a mess for everyone.