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April 27, 2012

Now Lebanon - Protest in Tripoli calls for releasing Islamist detainees, NNA reports, April 27th 2012

A protest kicked off on Friday in North Lebanon’s Tripoli during which protesters called for releasing Islamist detainees in the country, the National News Agency (NNA) reported.
The report said protesters blocked the streets located in the area, as they also held aloft pictures of the detainees. 
Future bloc MP Khaled Daher, in addition to a number of clerics, participated in the event.
The protesters said the protest will remain open until the Islamist detainees are released, the NNA reported.

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