The MP said he was not surprised that the Army had discovered ISIS-affiliated terror cells in the village of Asoun in the area of Dinnieh, in north Lebanon, citing security alerts he had received recently. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Hezbollah should be held responsible for any future attacks in retaliation for Saudi Arabia's execution of prominent Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, Future Movement official Ahmad Fatfat said Tuesday.Regarding bilateral talks, Fatfat said the Future Movement has yet to decide whether to resume dialogue with Hezbollah in the wake of Nasrallah's fiery speech against Saudi Arabia Sunday.Nimr's execution on Saturday has fuelled tensions in the Middle East, with Shiite-majority countries expressing condemnation and Saudi Arabia's diplomatic missions in Shiite-dominated Iran coming under attack.Local daily As-Safir said Monday that the yearlong dialogue between Hezbollah and the Future Movement won't be shaken by Nimr's killing.
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