Lebanese Villagers Arrest Syrian Terrorist

A Syrian terrorist came to Lebanon to join the Al-Qaeda-linked group Fatah al-Islam Islamists. But, the leader of the terror group was not there to greet him.

Terror leader Shaker Al-Absi did not make it through the weekend clashes with the Lebanese Army. His body was identified on Sunday.

Lebanese villagers arrested a wounded Syrian terrorist today.
Ya Libnan reported:

Residents of the Lebanese village of Muniyah in coordination with army intelligence have arrested a wounded Syrian militant who belongs to the Fatah al–Islam terrorist organization.

The name of the arrested militant is Ahmad al-Labbash

The militant confessed that he only recently came from Syria to join Fatah al-Islam ranks in the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared.

The Lebanese army is currently hunting down 12 Fatah al-Islam militants near the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared. They all escaped on September 2 , the day the army took control of the camp and declared victory.

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