This combo picture shows three suspected Hezbollah members, from left, Daoud Farhat, Youssef Ayad and Bilal Bahsoun, in Thailand.
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One of the two suspected Hezbollah members held in Thailand confessed to planning an attack against Israeli tourists on April 13 during the Jewish festival of Passover, the Bangkok Post reported Friday.The post quoted Assistant National Police Chief Winai Thongsong as saying that the men were arrested at different locations in Bangkok after Thai police received intelligence from Israel about a planned attack during Passover in Khao San Road, popular among Israeli tourists.Original reports indicated that a three-member Hezbollah ring allegedly entered Thailand but the post said the third suspect, identified as Bilal Bahsoun, may not have entered the country.
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