File- A police car is seen parked in front of the Justice palace in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The sheikh considered this to be blasphemous, and the fight heated up until the men took the argument outside.The victim's brother, Nazir, was notified at 11 p.m. later Saturday via a call from authorities.Nazir said that, while his brother was still alive when he was initially found, Mohammad had died by the time he arrived at the scene.An ISF source said Sunday that one of the brothers had been arrested and hospitalized with knife injuries, with a Burj al-Yahoudieh resident telling The Daily Star it was Sheikh Khalid.It remained unclear exactly how Sheikh Khalid and his brothers were wounded.According to the ISF, the victim was born in 1974 and Sheikh Khalid in 1986 .
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