MP Khaled Daher speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Tripoli, Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. (The Daily Star/Fathi Masri)
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Violence could erupt again in the north at any moment, according to Future bloc MP Khaled Daher, who accused the Army of using more force than was necessary in recent clashes in the area in order to cover up for Hezbollah's involvement in Syria.A harsh critic of the Army because of what he deems its targeting of Sunnis, Daher made headlines in October when media reports that Ahmad Salim Mikati, an ISIS-affiliated man arrested during an Army raid the same month, had confessed to having had a WhatsApp conversation with the lawmaker.Daher said that Army Intelligence personnel should be held accountable for disproportionate use of force during Tripoli's battle.Daher also accused the Army Intelligence of being behind the rounds of fighting between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad that have plagued Tripoli over the past few years.
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