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This comes after Aoun called members of the band in Wednesday for questioning with State Security over alleged insults to Christianity, but later released them without charge.The National News Agency had previously reported that the band had said it was prepared to apologize for songs deemed "offensive to Christianity" and remove them from its set list, amid pressure from religious figures, but had released no official statement by press time.The reported decision came after a meeting Wednesday in Jbeil with members of the band, organizers of the Byblos International Festival, where the group is set to perform on Aug. 9, and local Christian and Muslim religious officials.
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