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December 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora on Friday accused Hezbollah's leader of threatening a coup, part of an unusually harsh exchange that stoked tensions as the Shiite militant group said it would escalate its attempts to oust the government. Siniora spoke to hundreds of supporters at his fortified office, where he has been living for more than a week.
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December 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora on Friday accused Hezbollah's leader of threatening a coup, part of an unusually harsh exchange that stoked tensions as the Shiite militant group said it would escalate its attempts to oust the government. Siniora spoke to hundreds of supporters at his fortified office, where he has been living for more than a week.
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July 15, 2006 | Megan K. Stack, Times Staff Writer
Lebanese of all sectarian and political stripes point out the same piece of personal history when they talk about Hezbollah chief Sheik Hassan Nasrallah. "There's something you should know about him," they say. Then they tell how Nasrallah's son was killed fighting against the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon in 1997. They speak with admiration of a stoic Nasrallah who eschewed sympathy and insisted that his son was like any other soldier who died in the battle.
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July 15, 2006 | Megan K. Stack, Times Staff Writer
Lebanese of all sectarian and political stripes point out the same piece of personal history when they talk about Hezbollah chief Sheik Hassan Nasrallah. "There's something you should know about him," they say. Then they tell how Nasrallah's son was killed fighting against the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon in 1997. They speak with admiration of a stoic Nasrallah who eschewed sympathy and insisted that his son was like any other soldier who died in the battle.
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July 19, 2006 | Laura King and Megan K. Stack, Times Staff Writers
Israeli warplanes continued to blast targets in Lebanon on Tuesday as a fierce new wave of rockets fired by Hezbollah guerrillas fell across northern Israel. The Israeli military said its targets included a convoy of trucks carrying weapons into Lebanon's Bekaa Valley from Syria -- part of what Israel contends is a pattern of Syrian support for Hezbollah. In Washington, President Bush accused Syria of trying to reassert its influence in Lebanon by supporting the guerrillas.
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January 30, 2007 | Borzou Daragahi and Raed Rafei, Special to The Times
As Shiite Arabs observe their most significant and distinctive holiday, they stand at a critical juncture, one marked by potential peril and once-unimaginable opportunity for their sect, its members long considered second-class citizens in the Sunni Arab-dominated Middle East. Ashura, the hectic 10-day ceremony that culminates today and marks the 7th century martyrdom of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the prophet Muhammad, has leaped in importance in the Arab world since the 2003 U.S.
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