Red Cross and security forces arrive at the site of explosion in Dahr al-Baidar, Friday, June 20, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The sources saw the return of bombings as a threat to the internal Lebanese atmosphere of cooperation that emerged following the formation of the government, especially in light of security reports presented to foreign military attaches that indicate sleeper terrorist cells are hiding in Lebanon with the support of regional parties.Toward this end, the Lebanese should put their differences aside to elect a consensus president, hold parliamentary elections, form a national unity government and do everything else possible to boost national institutions and protect Lebanon from the volatile changes sweeping the region.According to the sources, as long as stability prevails internally, even if the government is only nominally functioning, the international community remains confident in Lebanon.
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