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Geagea says army has to be lynchpin of security

Days before he sits with the leader of Hizbullah at a dialogue table, Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea has thanked the resistance for its role but asked that its military wing now be dissolved so its fighters can “go home.” “Hizbullah’s weapons are now a huge weakness,” Geagea told The Daily Star in an interview at his remote Cedars home. “In the 1990s the group was our strong point, our force. It is now a security gap. We have to swiftly close this breach, which is being used to create an unstable security situation in Lebanon.” Full Story

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