Army Raids in Tripoli in Search of Deadly Clash Fugitive


The army carried out intensive raids Sunday in Tripoli's al-Qobbeh neighborhood in search of a fugitive who took part in a deadly clash with troops earlier this week, media reports said.

“The army encircled the street where the raids took place, deploying units on the rooftops of neighboring buildings,” LBCI television reported.

Troops were searching a building after the army obtained information about the presence of the fugitive Khaled Hmeidan, who took part in shooting against soldiers in Tripoli several days ago, the TV network added.

A soldier was killed and several others were wounded in Tuesday's clash with a number of fugitives in Tripoli's al-Tal area.

Comments 3
Thumb s.o.s 27 May 2018, 22:02

Is the LAF dedicating its time and energy to find the Shia terrorists behind PM Rafik Hariri’s murder?

Mmmhhhh, it appears the LAF doesn’t care about Lebanon. Perhaps the time has come to arm ourselves because we can’t rely on it for protection against Hizbalot, Syria, Israel, Iran, Isis.

Thumb blablablablabla 28 May 2018, 11:50

when will you surrender or when will the army arrest you Terrorist, Lebanon will be free from your propaganda and your trolls

Thumb whyaskwhy 28 May 2018, 02:11

Sadly the country is still at war. Why can people not accept the law and live?