File - Lebanese army on armored vehicles patrol the area in Tripoli, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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Two Alawite men were shot Wednesday in the Kandarjiyeh Souk in the northern city of Tripoli.Attacks on Alawite men have been on the rise in Tripoli after members of the Arab Democratic Party, based in Jabal Mohsen, were implicated in the twin explosions targeting the Al-Salam and Al-Taqwa mosques in Tripoli in August.The attacks targeting Jabal Mohsen residents, in which most were shot at around the legs, have caused dozens of injuries and contributed to further tension in the battered city.
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