August 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);8/10/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5151, p6
The article focuses on the political condition in Lebanon. It says that Sheikh Naim Kassem, Deputy Secretary General of Hizbullah, has encouraged Syria to make a dialogue between the opposition and the authority to address the crisis in the country. According to Prime Minister Najib Mikati, violence cannot be the solution for the conflict in Syria or an alternative to dialogue. It mentions that Mikati has praised the initiative of Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz to stop the violence in Syria.


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