Lebanese Released in Baalbek after 3-Day Kidnapping Ordealإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
A Lebanese man who was kidnapped in the Baalbek area of Hortaala three days ago, has been released, the state-run National News Agency reported on Monday.
NNA said Khaled al-Nashar was set free by his kidnappers after the mediation of the region's clans.
The agency said Saturday that the man was abducted by armed men riding four-wheelers after he was involved in a drug feud.
Al-Nashar hails from the North but is a resident of Hortaala. He is married to a woman from the town's al-Masri family.
On Sunday, an Iraqi was abducted in the area of Dohat Aramoun.
Wael Mohammed al-Jabouri, who owns residential buildings in the area, was kidnapped after the assailants claimed they wanted to buy an apartment.
They all drink alcohol and smoke hashish, these clans are all gangsters and thugs but certainly not religious extremists.
they are khomeynists...
Josh most likely is using the last name. I don't think it is really his family name.