Report: Fugitive Fadel Shaker Opens Bakery, Pastry Shops in Ain el-Hilwehإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Singer turned fugitive Islamist Fadel Shaker has reportedly opened a bakery and two pastry shops in the southern Ain el-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, al-Akhbar newspaper reported on Friday.
The daily reported that informants said the bakery is run by Mohammed Baydoun, who is also wanted by the judiciary.
The three shops are reportedly scattered inside the refugee camp.
Now in his mid-forties, Shaker was born to a Palestinian mother and Lebanese father in the country's biggest Palestinian refugee camp, Ain al-Hilweh.
Shaker became the best-known face of salafist cleric Ahmed Asir's small movement of openly sectarian Sunni radicals and praised the cleric as "the lion of the Sunnis".
Judicial authorities have issued a detention order for Asir and 123 of his supporters, including Shaker, whose brother was killed in clashes with the army in Sidon last year.