Sunni clerics protest outside the Military Tribunal in Beirut, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. (The Daily Star/stringer)
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Al-Tarras was previously detained and quickly released last month following pressure from political and religious authorities over his alleged involvement in the Aug. 31 roadside bombing in the Bekaa Valley city of Zahle.The protesters condemned the "injustice" being practiced by the military judiciary and security forces, claiming that the basis on which al-Tarras was apprehended was unfair.The sheikh's son, Ameir, was arrested Friday for interrogation following a police raid on his house.
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