FILE: Future bloc MP Ahmad Fatfat acknowledges the sense of aversion against the Army in Tripoli. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Future Movement leader Saad Hariri, who lives in France, will not return to Lebanon until all "illegitimate" arms are submitted to the state, said Future MP Ahmad Fatfat Sunday in reference to the arsenal of Hezbollah, which he accused of using its military might to control Lebanon.Hariri has lived in self-imposed exile in France since 2011 over security fears."We do not trust Hezbollah because it used the resistance slogan to take over the [Lebanese] authority," Fatfat said.He also blamed the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon on Hezbollah's intervention.However, Fatfat acknowledged that the anger against the Army in Tripoli is based on the military's discriminatory treatment of residents.
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