File - Future bloc MP Ahmad Fatfat arrives at the Parliament in Beirut, Wednesday, April 10, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Future bloc MP Ahmad Fatfat Wednesday blasted Hezbollah's military show of force in Bekaa Valley towns, accusing state security forces of ignoring such a demonstration and demanding that the Army take measures.Monday, Hezbollah paraded in Labweh, Al-Ain and other villages bordering Syria a number of vehicles, cannons, and rocket launchers in daylight, showing off its military capabilities, security sources told The Daily Star. Residents in the border towns have grown fearful that militants could infiltrate into Lebanon from Syria in light of a possible military operation by rebel groups to take back Qalamoun, the mountainous region bordering Lebanon. Hezbollah is fighting alongside forces loyal to Syria's embattled president against rebels trying to overthrow his rule.
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