September 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);9/6/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5168, p17
The article offers news briefs related to events in Syria and Lebanon. Ali Hamadeh, a political analyst for the "An Nahar" newspaper, claims that the Syrian government is trying to frighten Christian minorities in the country with the possible rise of Sunni Salafi groups. Ghassan Hajjar, managing editor for "An Nahar," warned against attempts to involve the Lebanese army in political conflicts between the alliance, led by Hizbullah, and the opposition.


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