Bikers ride in Zahrani. (The Daily Star/Photo courtesy of Ihab Chamaa)
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Dozens of bikers Sunday illustrated their support to the Palestinian cause in a ride from Beirut to Lebanon's southernmost point of Naqoura, where massive Palestinian and Lebanese flags were unfurled.Upon arriving in Naqoura, the bikers closed the area's main road and were met with a heightened security presence, including Internal Security Forces and the Lebanese Army.Naqoura Mayor Adnan Hamza was quoted as saying that the area had witnessed prior bloodshed during the Civil War and subsequent Israeli invasion, but that its inhabitants were ready to shed blood once again for the Palestinian cause.Riders proceeded to unfurl two large Lebanese and Palestinian flags, each reportedly 345 square meters in area.
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