File- Army intelligence members patrol an area near Beirut, Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Lebanese Army Intelligence arrested two suspected terrorists including a Daesh (ISIS) leader in northeast Lebanon, a statement from the force said Tuesday.The Army said that Khatib had participated in the 2015 bombing of the Muslim Scholars Committee headquarters in Arsal, and "targeted the Army patrol as it headed to the scene of the explosion". He was also allegedly linked with a man referred to by the Army as "Abu al-Ward" who is believed to be associated with the eight Al-Qaa suicide bombings in 2016 .
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