File - This handout photo shows Atwe, left, sitting with Abdul Aziz al-Rantisi in 1992. (The Daily Star/HO)
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A suspect detained for allegedly firing rockets from South Lebanon toward Israel is set to be released Friday and will be charged with crimes of possessing unlicensed weapons and firing rockets into Israel later today, a judicial source told The Daily StarThe source said Military Prosecutor Saqr Saqr was set to charge Atwe in the coming hours with the crimes of possessing unlicensed weapons and firing rockets into Israel, exposing Lebanon to the risk of Israeli aggression.Atwe, from Lebanon's Al-Jamaa al-Islamiya Islamist group, confessed to having fired the rockets. The group, however, said that Atwe acted alone, stressing that it had made no decision to fire rockets on Israel.
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