Lebanese Army may keep Naksa protesters from Israel border

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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