Sheikh Khalil Al-Solh, right, stands at the Al-Arqam Mosque in Sidon on Saturday, June 28, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Tensions ran high in the coastal city of Sidon Saturday after members of a Hezbollah-affiliated group allegedly attacked a preacher overnight.Speaking to The Daily Star, Sheikh Khalil Al-Solh said a group of young people was hanging posters around the Mosque to commemorate the start of Ramadan, which starts Sunday. Solh said the men were known members of the Sidon-based pro-Hezbollah Resistance Brigades.The Committee of Muslim Scholars also held a meeting overnight Friday and said the attack was not only against a sheikh but also the sanctity of mosques.
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