Protesters carry a banner and wave flags in support of the Lebanese Army at Al-Jazeera's offices in Beirut on Spet. 28, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A group of Lebanese activists held a protest at the offices of Al-Jazeera television station in Beirut Sunday expressing anger over comments made by a journalist against the Lebanese Army.An anti-regime Syrian journalist and a host of the weekly al-Itijah al-Muakis (The opposite direction) talk-show aired by Al-Jazeera, Qassem posted on his twitter account that the only achievements the Lebanese Army had made since its establishment were shooting video clips with Lebanese singers Wael Kfoury, Najwa Karam, Elissa and Haifa Wehbe along with arsoning the camps of Syrian refugees in Lebanon .Qassem responded on twitter by reiterating his stance and further mocking the Lebanese Army.
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