File - Lebanese lawmaker Hasan Fadlallah speaks during a press conference at the Parliament in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011. (Mohammad Azakir/The Daily Star)
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Hezbollah's parliamentary bloc Thursday denounced the United Arab Emirates' decision to deport Lebanese citizens, and condemned statements harming the ongoing dialogue with the Future Movement.Hezbollah's lawmakers also stressed on the necessity to maintain the dialogue with the Future Movement, condemning the recent "voices of incitement".Tensions had risen earlier this week between the two parties after a speech made by Future Bloc's chief Fouad Siniora on March 14 . The speech drew scathing verbal attacks from MP Mohammad Raad, head of Hezbollah's bloc in Parliament, and other officials, who questioned the benefits of the three-month-old dialogue while Future officials kept up their anti-Hezbollah rhetoric.
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