Policemen patrol the coastal highway of the southern city of Sidon, Lebanon. File photo (The Daily Star/Mohammad Zaatari)
SIDON, Lebanon: Security forces in the coastal city of Sidon arrested a Syrian man for allegedly belonging to the Free Syrian Army, a security source told The Daily Star Saturday.
The man, identified as Mohammad B., was arrested after authorities monitored contacts between him and a Syrian opposition group.
Security forces found an identification card issued by the FSA.
He was referred to the judiciary for further investigation.
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