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Topic - Marwan Charbel
Syria's conflict is increasing instability in Lebanon, which already is grappling with sectarian tensions, a crumbling economy, and a weak, divided government even as it so far has avoided the popular uprisings of its Middle East neighbors.
"The army will open fire at any person carrying weapons," Charbel warned before entering the meeting, adding: "No one is immune."
"I pray that the situation in Syria gets solved, so we know where we are going," he told the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar. "Right now, we do not know."