Prisoners are seen in the courtyard of Roumieh prison, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A preliminary investigation refuted allegations maintained by Sunni and Shiite prisoners in three Lebanese jails that they were being threatened of violence while in prison.Sunni inmates at Lebanon's biggest Roumieh prison published a similar video in response, threatening fellow Shiites to take violent action if Sunni prisoners are harmed.The tit-for-tat threats began after a video published on Youtube showed what was believed to be prisoners at Qibbeh jail in Tripoli threatening fellow Shiites of violence if the Sunni community continued to be targeted by Shiites.
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