The Syrian conflict spread to Lebanon

The Syrian conflict spread to LebanonThe unrest spread to Syria last Saturday against Lebanon. Lebanese authorities have focused army units in Tripoli, the second largest city in Lebanon, in order to stop the clashes between supporters and opponents of the regime of Bashar Assad.

Lebanese troops managed to close the quarter of Bab Tabbana, where the focus constructive Sunni groups also Jebel Mohsen, in which reside the Alawites supporting Syrian President Assad.

Syrian troops a few years back were in Lebanon. But once in the country as a result of the terrorist attack killed Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, Damascus, under pressure from the West, had to withdraw from the army units Lebanon. The administration of former U.S. President George W. Bush, the charges of murder Hariri Syrian authorities filed.

Rashid Qabbani, who is the supreme mufti of Lebanon, is deeply concerned about clashes of Sunnis and Alawites. He appealed to the Lebanese army, so it can be as frisky returned to Tripoli and stopped the order of creation there all samples strife. Qabbani said that there will be conflict in adjoining Syria requests from management Lebanon additional efforts to save civilian peace, national unity and harmony.

Some observers tend to associate an action in the Lebanese town with the measures adopted by the command of the army on the Lebanese border enforcement — in response to the protests caused by the Syrian regime. Damascus says that a significant part of the fishing designed anti-Government groups, comes specifically from Lebanon.

In addition, the Syrian government also says that there are available mined cars that were used to carry out terrorist attacks in Aleppo and Damascus. Last Friday in the town of Tripoli exploded one of the warehouses that store tool created to send smuggled in by Syria.

The result appeared in the Saturday clashes in north Lebanon killed 2 people.

Management of Lebanon holds a neutral position in the doldrums and the Syrian policy of non-interference in the affairs of the adjoining country. Meanwhile, Saad Hariri, son of Rafik Hariri, who is a favorite of the opposition, openly supports the enemies of the regime Assad. He said that the time has come to take Syrian Council of State, which is located in Istanbul, "as the legitimate representative of the Syrian people."

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