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Anti-Syrian Sentiment Surges in Lebanon

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Anti-Syrian Sentiment Surges in Lebanon

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Anti-Syrian Sentiment Surges in Lebanon

Anti-Syrian Sentiment Surges in Lebanon

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Walid Jumblatt, pictured here in 1999, is a leader of the estimated 150,000 Druze Muslims in Lebanon

Walid Jumblatt, pictured here in 1999, is a leader of the estimated 150,000 Druze Muslims in Lebanon. Mohamad Azakir/Reuters/CORBIS hide caption

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NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Lebanese Parliamentary Minister Walid Jumblatt, a leading political opposition leader, about the surge in anti-Syrian sentiment in his country following the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri two weeks ago.

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