Bakri was arrested in Lebanon on May 25 after fleeing an army raid on his house in Tripoli. (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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A Red Cross team visited Bakri in prison mid-June, reporting to his family that although he did not suffer from physical injuries, his health and psychological conditions were deteriorating.Bakri, according to the letter, is only allowed to receive visitors for four minutes, three times a week.Bakri, who holds Lebanese and Syrian citizenship, had lived in the U.K. for 20 years before fleeing to Lebanon after being accused of coordinating the 2005 London bombings with Al-Qaeda.Authorities accuse Bakri of playing a central role in the clashes by instigating religious tension.Saqr referred the case to Military Judge Riad Abu Ghayda, who issued an arrest warrant against Bakri.If convicted, Bakri could face the death penalty.
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