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Public outrage over a Facebook page titled "Neo-Nazis against Syrian Refugees," led dozens to call for its closure Thursday.In inflammatorylanguage, posts demand the "purification"of Lebanon, calling for Syrian refugees to be expelled and lamenting the country's socio-economic state. Lebanon's rampant unemployment was raised repeatedly in the posts, which attributed it to competition from Syrians.According to page statistics, users who visited the page were between 25-34 years of age. A Facebook representative did not respond when asked by The Daily Star to comment on the page.Salka claims to have identified the page's founder, after he allegedly commented on an article in Al-Modon about discrimination against Syrian refugees.
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