FPM leader Michel Aoun receives LF leader Samir Geagea in the presence of MP Ibrahim Kanaan and Melhem Riashi in Rabieh, Tuesday, June 2, 2015. (The Daily Star/Charbel Nakhoul, HO)
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The Lebanese Forces' media officer, Melhem Riachi, said Friday that the party wouldn't abandon those who were defending the rights of Christians even if it doesn't agree with their actions.LF chief Samir Geagea and FPM leader Michel Aoun announced an agreement in June, marking a thaw in their decades-old rivalry.However, Riachi said that the LF and the FPM disagreed on ways to defend the rights of Christians, though this would not become a point of contention between the two parties.
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