26 Fugitives Arrested in the North's Majdlaya

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The Internal Security Forces announced on Saturday afternoon the arrest of over 20 fugitives in the northern region of Majdlaya.

"As forces continue the implementation of the security plan in the North, the regional police department managed to arrest 26 fugitives in the surroundings of the Vehicle Registration Authority in Majdlaya,” the ISF said in a released statement.

The ISF noted that the detainees have several judicial warrants against them.

They are wanted “on charges of insulting and attacking security forces, being involved in robberies, firing gunshots, possessing a knife, and violating traffic rules, amongst other wrongdoings,” the statement elaborated.

Earlier on Saturday, the state-run National News Agency reported the arrest of “several people from different nationalities” at the Sunday Market in the Sin el-Fil area of Beirut.

The implementation of the aforementioned security plan kicked off earlier this year in an attempt to restore calm and stability in several Lebanese regions, particularly in the North, the Bekaa and Beirut.

And in the past few days, the army boosted its security measures after obtaining information of a terrorist act planned to be carried out across Lebanon by a group linked to the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.

On Friday morning, the Hamra area in Beirut was the scene of a major crackdown over a suspected terror plot, with security forces arresting 102 people at a number of hotels, among whom only 17 remain in custody.


Comments 8
Thumb ado.australia 21 June 2014, 19:19

Not enough prisons can be built if it continues on this path. Too many desperate and hopeless Syrians, Palestinians and Lebanese that find refuge in these cash happy extremists... Too many young idiots willing to be heroes. Solution is Iran and ksa kissing and making peace. In Australia, the gov is already cancelling passports of those that support the black flag on social media or travel to Syria or Iraq. Funny thing is Israel and Palestine is no longer on the international radar.

Thumb music66 22 June 2014, 16:20

Ado Australia now that's a thought , imagine ksa and Iran as neighborly friends. That would be something to see. You would think these young men going would know already to commit suicide is Haram. Only god gives and takes life.
The ? is would the Aus gov. allow these men back in the country after taking part in all that is happening in the middle east. But I do like the idea of peace in the middle east . Anything is possible if those in power can see this.

Missing .karim 21 June 2014, 19:25

Filthy Al Qaeda sympathizing terrorists.

Missing cedars 22 June 2014, 00:50

Magdleya-Sin-Al Fil, Territory of the M8 thugs, hmm Oh Forgot Lassa where thugs are building on Church land similar to the Airport Road.
Next, Rifi implements the Electricity Bill Collectors SWAT force, I am sure HA will withdraw its militia from Syria to defend that cause as it is Golden to steal the government infrastructure.

Default-user-icon لبناني عتيق (Guest) 21 June 2014, 19:38

Your story is too old naharnet . I've read it ystrday

Thumb Elemental 21 June 2014, 20:39

This is a strong message to ANY foreign groups interfering in the country's stability and integrity. Loyalty to the Lebanese Army and ISF only. Great job guys.

Missing coolmec 21 June 2014, 21:25

no prisons are needed if we hang these bastards

Missing coolmec 21 June 2014, 21:26

no need to deport them they will come back
just hang and that will serve a dual purpose
1- we got rid of them
2- it will discourage pthers