Future chief Saad Hariri speaks from his home in Downtown Beirut on Feb. 22, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Monday's conciliatory statements from ex-Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Speaker Nabih Berri focused on the need to do everything possible to prevent any internal strife among Lebanese parties and sects, especially as a result of the tensions created between March 8 and March 14 over the Gulf spat.Monday's statement by Hariri and Berri, and Tuesday's call against discord by the former alongside Nasrallah's insistence on a similar attitude, will definitely create an atmosphere that pours cold water on the dangerous tension that has gripped the country in recent days.
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