File - Fatah members stand guard in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh near Sidon, Sunday, March 16, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Lebanese security services are following up on information suggesting that Nusra Front cells have resumed activity and planned more terrorist attacks in Lebanon, security sources told The Daily Star Monday.The sources said the man had been a senior official of Fatah al-Islam in Lebanon in the past and is currently among the most prominent members of Al-Qaeda in Lebanon.The source said the security services were monitoring the movement of these cells, headed by Ghazi A., 31, a Lebanese man from the northern region of Wadi Khaled.The attacks came to a halt over a month ago, following an Army crackdown on terrorist cells in the country and an operation by the Syrian army and Hezbollah that drove rebels out of Syrian rebel-held territories adjacent to Lebanon.
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