Sheik Nabil Qaouk attend a ceremony in Tyre, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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The Lebanese Army should be given a free hand to secure the release of captured soldiers and police officers, the deputy head of Hezbollah's executive council said Monday, accusing March 14 rivals of restraining military action against the takfiri militants holding them.Speaking at a memorial ceremony for a Hezbollah member in south Lebanon, Nabil Qaouk said that ISIS's beheading of two soldiers was meant to stir sectarian strife in Lebanon.At least 29 security personnel, including soldiers and members of the Internal Security Forces, went missing in five days of fighting that pitted the Army against militants from ISIS and Syria's Nusra Front in early August.
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