A fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) holds an ISIS flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul in this June 23, 2014 file photo. To match Special Report IRAQ-SECURITY/MALIKI REUTERS/Stringer/Files
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The justice's minister's call to prosecute individuals who burned the ISIS flag in Beirut has come under heavy fire Saturday with one MP offering to be the perpetrators' lawyer should the case make it to court.A picture of three boys burning ISIS and Nusra Front flags printed on two large billboards circulated on social media Saturday morning. The young men burnt the flags in retaliation to the alleged beheading of a Lebanese soldier by ISIS. Ali al-Sayyed is among 29 soldiers and police officers who were captured by Nusra Front and ISIS during the five-day Aug. 2 clashes between the Lebanese Army and militants from Syria in a border region.
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