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MUKHTARA, Lebanon - In his final days former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri feared for his life — and that of his ally, Walid Jumblatt.
Jumblatt, the most prominent anti-Syrian voice in Lebanon, recalled a conversation he had with Hariri about two weeks before his assassination.
"I have a feeling one of us is going to be killed, either you or me," Jumblatt quoted Hariri as saying.
Lebanon's Jumblatt Fears He May Be Target
"We want the truth. Who killed Rafik Hariri?" he said in a telephone interview on Hariri's Future television.
He urged the people to "go down today, tomorrow, for a month or two months until the regime falls." (AP)