File - Future Movement MP Mohammad Kabbara speaks during a press conference in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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The National Islamic Gathering in Lebanon said Thursday that the conflict in Iraq was "a revolution of the oppressed," condemning Tehran's influence in the war-torn country.The meeting convened at Tripoli MP Mohammad Kabbara's residence, where they released a statement concerning the conflict overtaking Iraq.The attendees said the Arab Spring had been transformed into a playground for sectarian tensions, adding that such conflicts aimed to damage the parts of Lebanon that fall outside of Tehran's influence.
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