Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora carries a Lebanese flag as he attends the 9th March 14 commemoration in BIEL, Friday, March 14, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora Friday urged Hezbollah once again to pull out of Syria, saying the March 14 coalition would only have the state engage in confrontation with Israel in order to defend the country.Otherwise, Hezbollah and Lebanon would be burdened with the loss, he added.Prior to Siniora's speech on behalf of the Future Movement, the ceremony presented images of the demonstrations of March 14, 2005, which lead to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon and the end of Damascus' tutelage over the country. The head of the Future bloc also said that the people of south Lebanon who have sacrificed much to resists Israeli occupation should not be dragged in battles between the Syrian regime and its people.
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