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April 22, 1985

Syria has invited Lebanese Muslim and Druze leaders for talks in Damascus on Tuesday to try to heal a split caused by a bloody battle between rival Muslim factions in West Beirut last week, Lebanon's caretaker premier, Rashid Karami, said. Shia and Sunni Muslim religious and political leaders, plus those of the Druze, a Muslim offshoot, have all been invited to the talks, Karami said. "Fighting between brothers is unacceptable," he said. "We call for a correction of the sad situation."

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