Lebanese Army may keep Naksa protesters from Israel border

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May 31, 2011 23:39

 
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The Lebanese army may restrict demonstrators from reaching the border with Israel on June to mark the "Naksa," the setback of the Six Day War, fearing a repeat of the Nakba Day when 13 protesters were killed, Lebanese newspaper the Daily Star reported Tuesday.

The report cited a "source" as saying that the "army has reservations" about allowing demonstrators to encroach on the border, adding that the army does not was a repeat in the "killings of Palestinians."

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