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Protesters in Tripoli called for general amnesty for all prisoners, regardless of sect, after the conclusion of Friday prayers at the northern city's Taqwa Mosque.The protests were led by the controversial Tripoli MP Khaled Daher and Sheikh Salem al-Rifai.Rifai echoed Daher and pleaded for officials to come together and work for the release of the imprisoned men and women.Families and relatives of Islamist prisoners in the northern port city of Tripoli have previously held protests to denounce the transfer of inmates to overcrowded cells at the infamous Roumieh Prison.
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