ISIS paraphernalia is used more a sign of Sunni pride rather than as a sign of allegiance to any extremist groups. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Protesters calling for the release of Tripoli's detained Islamists criticized the Future Movement Friday, accusing it of arming Sunni youth against Hezbollah then condoning their detention.Holding Islamist banners and calling for "solidarity with the detainees," the protesters walked to the southern entrance of the city Friday, repeating their calls on the Lebanese authorities for just treatment.Former Future MP Misbah Ahdab, who is the head of the Civic Moderation League, echoed some of Hablas' statements after meeting with a number of religious figures involved in the matter.Four Tripoli residents who had been detained as part of the security plan launched by authorities in spring were released Tuesday after Justice Minister Ashraf Rifi urged the judiciary to speed up their trials and release those found innocent.
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