Female relatives and supporters of former MP Hasan Yaacoub set up tents outside Hezbollah offices south of Beirut in protest over the ex-MP's detention, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2015. (The Daily Star/NNA)
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Several female relatives and supporters of former MP Hasan Yaacoub set up tents near Hezbollah offices in Beirut's southern suburbs Tuesday, demanding the release of the official.However Hasan Yaacoub's brother Ali, last month, criticized the Amal Movement for its negative involvement in the case, something which the party denied.Hannibal was kidnapped in the Syrian capital in December and later handed over to Lebanese authorities, showing signs of physical torture. He was later charged by the Lebanese judiciary for withholding important information related to the disappearance of Shiite cleric and Amal Movement founder Sheikh Musa Sadr and his two companions, one of whom was Yaacoub's father, during a 1978 visit to Libya.
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