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Lebanese Forces chief Samir Geagea Saturday called on the Cabinet to take effective measures to rectify the wrong done against Saudi Arabia, urging it to demand Hezbollah calm a campaign targeting the kingdom."An official request must be addressed to Hezbollah to refrain from [verbally] attacking Saudi Arabia under the penalty of implementing the law," Geagea said during a meeting with party supporters at his residence in Maarab, referring to an article in the Lebanese law which prevents parties from defaming regional allies. He urged Prime Minister Tammam Salam to chair a ministerial Cabinet to head to Saudi Arabia and discuss a decision by authorities to halt $4 billion arming grants to the Lebanese Army and Internal Security Forces.
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