Prime Minister Saad Hariri at a rally in the town of Majdal Anjar, during a campaign tour of the Bekaa region on April 21, 2018. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra HO)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri Saturday blasted Hezbollah's alliance with the Syrian regime and the party's mobilization of sectarian feeling against the Future Movement.Majdal Anjar was a stop on Hariri's tour of the Bekaa Valley, conducted as part of his electoral campaign for the 2018 parliamentary elections to be held May 6 .The rally came after Hariri – accompanied by Future's Bekaa MPs and candidates – met with the Bekaa and Zahle mufti, Sheikh Khalil al-Mais. Bekaa has always been a beacon of coexistence, he said, and thus shouldn't be used to foment extremism or to undermine the state.Hariri went on to say that Lebanon's successes at the conference meant that 90,000 jobs would be created each year.
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