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The Internal Security Forces Monday raided the house of a man who allegedly called for a protest against the Lebanese Army, a security source told The Daily Star.The operation saw 356 Syrian nationals detained after the Army was targeted by five suicide bombers, an explosive device and a grenade attack.Criticism of the Army and the planned protest were met with calls for a counterdemonstration from relatives of Army servicemen and others.The National Committee of Veterans of the Armed Forces held a protest in Beirut Monday, while the National Federation of Worker and Employee Trade Unions in Lebanon (FENASOL) planned another protest for Tuesday, despite Machnouk's moratorium.The National Committee of Veterans of the Armed Forces could not be reached for comment.
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