Pictures of football players are attached outside a restaurant in Beirut, Tuesday, June 12, 2018. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lebanon did not qualify for this year's World Cup in Russia, but that doesn't mean the country and its political leaders aren't geared up for the year's most anticipated sports event.President Michel Aoun is also a reported fan of Brazil.Hezbollah MP Amin Sharri said he would be cheering on Brazil too.His colleague and fellow MP Ali Ammar is also a fan of the "Selecao". Ammar is optimistic about Brazil's chances of winning the tournament this year. MP Sami Gemayel is in a difficult position, having spread his allegiance across a number of national teams based on the club team he supports.Progressive Socialist Party spokesman Rami Rayyes will also be cheering on any Arab team.
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