ISF members with their police dogs leave the Justice Palace in Beirut, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The lawyer of a terror suspect Monday requested that Military Investigative Judge Imad Zein drop the charges against his client who is accused of fighting in Syria, arguing that members of Hezbollah were left without prosecution.Tareq Shandab requested that allegations against defendant Mahmoud Abdel-Qader be revoked, citing double jeopardy and selective treatment of Lebanese citizens. The attorney who is also the lawyer of several other terror suspects also denied the charges and said Hezbollah members were neither prosecuted for fighting in Syria or resisting Israel.
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