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The Military Court hearing of Lebanese national Radi Youssef exposed a dark reality as the account of how he was offered a hefty sum to recruit his son for a suicide attack for Nusra Front was recounted. Youssef is being tried on the charges of "belonging to the Nusra Front, with the aim of carrying out terrorist acts and recruiting people to fight and carryout suicide attacks for the group". Youssef declined to add anything to his preliminary testimony when asked by the court's chair Brig. The court then called another witness, Khaled Melhem who is a relative of the accused.With the aim of getting closer to the sheikh to get aid, Omar told the man that he knew someone willing to bomb the Saudi Embassy.
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