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Hezbollah: Baqaata Blast Part of Sedition Targeting Lebanon
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Hezbollah flagHezbollah condemned Friday the explosion targeting the newly established Arab Tawhid Party office in the Chouf village of Baqaata, Mount Lebanon.

“The explosion is part of the civil strife projects targeting Lebanon’s internal scene, which is moving from zone to another” Hezbollah said in a statement.

“The incident was suspicious with respect to its targets and timing,” the statement read.

Hezbollah also voiced its support to the “brothers at the Arab Tawhid Party” in confronting this attack.

“Every one is required to pay attention and vigilance to avoid falling into the trap of sedition targeting them and the country as a whole,” Hezbollah concluded.

Earlier on Friday, an explosive device containing 600 grams of dynamite detonated near the Arab Tawhid Party’s bureau in the Chouf district.

Source: Hezbollah Media Relations

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