Syrian army soldiers are seen reinforcing the village of Arida near Talkalakh opposite the Lebanon-Syria border, in Wadi Khaled, north Lebanon, on Friday May 20, 2011. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
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The families of three young men detained by the Lebanese authorities on charges of plotting to carry out terrorist attacks in Lebanon and of belonging to an Al Qaeda-linked militant group dismissed accusations against their relatives Tuesday.Sawan also issued an arrest warrant for Omar al-Satem, an ISIS commander thought to be in the Syrian town of Yabroud, who reportedly trained the three suspects in Yabroud to carry out attacks in Lebanon.The families appealed on the state to place the young men in rehabilitation facilities instead of prisons.
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