The Druze leader emphasized the importance of communication between Islamic sects to avoid divisions, warning of "risks that threaten Lebanon at this sensitive stage of its history.” (AP Photo/File/Hussein Malla)
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The Nusra Front is not a terrorist organization, Progressive Socialist Party Leader Walid Jumblatt said Tuesday night, as he called for talks with all opposition factions, including ISIS, in a political settlement over Syria.Lebanon's security and stability hinges on its capacity to curb the repercussions of the raging war in Syria which could last for a very long time, Jumblatt added in the interview, calling on Lebanese politicians to reinforce the country's immunity by rallying around the state and the Lebanese Army.Jumblatt underscored the need to buttress the Army's arsenal and reinforce its fighting capacities, but advised against accepting Iran's donation to the military institution.
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