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lack of agreement or harmony

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Referring to the possibility of the STL implicating Hizbullah in Hariri's assassination, AS SAFIR said, "Doesn't the prime minister believe that suppressing the big sectarian strife is a religious and national duty?
Those who wish to bog Lebanon in regional conflicts are the ones that planted Dahiyah and Tripoli explosions," he added, noting that the Lebanese could only face strife plots by rising above existing wounds.
Addressing a gathering of sheikhs and prominent figures from Hasbaya and Rashaya, Abu Faour said: "We called for this meeting after what happened in recent days, which aims at sparking strife in the district, something we will not allow to happen," he said, adding that he opposed the spillover of the Syrian crisis into Lebanon.
Hezbollah condemns this aggressive act which targeted mosques, clerics and innocent worshipers and calls on the Syrian people to be more aware of the nature, reality and background of the conflict in their country and to stand united to confront schemes to spark strife and destroy their country," the party said.
Meeting at Bbda and Hariri holds "Hezbollah" responsibility ASSAFIR: Killing of 10 military pushes to decisiveness Sidon and Army assassination attempt AL-MUSTAQBAL: Sidon burns and pays "Hezbollah's sin" Hariri with Army in face of illegal weapons AL-ANWAR: Army fights gunmen in Sidon at night after martyrdom of 10 of its unit AL-AKHBAR: Army won't retreat before arresting Assir DAILY STAR: Army moves to crush Assir, secure Sidon Jumbltt form Cabinet soon to avert strife Syrian rebels renew struggle for Aleppo A.
BEIRUT: The Future parliamentary bloc Tuesday accused the Syria regime of standing behind the attacks on Muslim scholars that threatened to ignite a sectarian conflict, as the Army commander vowed to nip strife in the bud.
Dubai: A veteran teacher has been fined Dh500,000 for inciting sectarian strife by texting offensive WhatsApp messages to her uncle in which she cursed him and a caliph.
Poets and scholars of the 16th and 17th centuries who were attentive to Homer were united above all by their recognition that his works were about strife, says Wolfe, about the most injurious and alarming expressions of strife, such as civil war and religious sectarianism, but also about potentially beneficial forms of strife such as intellectual rivalry, athletic competition, and spiritual trial.
BEIRUT: Lebanon's Druze and Sunni leaders expressed their rejection Tuesday of strife between the two groups after extremists last week killed around 25 Druze in northwestern Syria.
Director Graham McLaren said: "90 years ago, Joe Corrie wrote In Time O' Strife to raise funds for the local food banks and soup kitchens.
Director Graham McLaren said: "Ninity years ago, Joe Corrie wrote In Time O' Strife to raise funds for the local food banks and soup kitchens.
THE last line of Joe Corrie's play In Time o' Strife is: "There's nae power on earth can crush the men who can sing on a day like this.
He said in a statement today that "the bombings, which targeted different parts of Iraq, aimed to incite sectarian strife between the sons of the same country, condemning these horrific attacks, which claimed the lives of dozens of innocent people.
This Is Your Strife, at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead is an arts project that aims to empower people with learning dif-ficulties by exploring ways of producing art using new digital technologies.
NAJAF/ Aswat al-Iraq: Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Dawood Oglu hailed the role played by Shiite renowned clergyman Ali al-Sistani to prevent denominational strife in Iraq and the region.