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A Lebanese judge issued arrest warrants Thursday for two Syrian nationals, including the alleged ISIS commander whose apprehension by the Lebanese Army ignited bloody clashes in the Bekaa Valley border town of Arsal earlier in August.Military Investigative Judge Imad Zein issued arrest warrants for Imad Ahmad Jomaa, accused of being the ISIS commander in Syria's Qalamoun region, and Ahmad Jomaa. Zein will continue to interrogate the remaining 18 suspects – 14 Syrians and four Lebanese – held in connection with the Arsal clashes, the source added.
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