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Lebanon's Druze must re-embrace their Muslim roots and avoid sectarian tension with Syrian refugees, MP Walid Jumblatt said Sunday during a tour on predominantly Druze border villages in southeast Lebanon.Stressing the need to bring back Druze-Muslim coexistence and unity, Jumblatt said he would rebuild the mosque of Mukhtara that had been destroyed since a very old dispute between the Druze and Muslim leaderships.After speaking in Ain Ata, which witnessed an attack last month by residents against a convoy that was thought to be carrying Syrian extremist militants, Jumblatt visited nearby Rashaya, the town from which seven of the captive troops held by ISIS and Nusra hail.
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