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Lebanon nabs two Syrians trying to infiltrate Shebaa

UN peacekeepers patrol the Blue Line, the boundary between Lebanon and Israel, near the water-rich Shebaa Farms Photo by IRIN

BEIRUT: Lebanese police arrested Friday two Syrians trying to sneak into the southern town of Shebaa, the National News Agency reported.

According to the NNA, Khaled Ahmad Kamal and Ahmad Qassem Kamal were trying to get into the outskirts of Shebaa through Mount Hermon, coming from their Syrian hometown of Beit Jann.

The two detainees were transferred to Shebaa’s Gendarmerie for investigation. They will be handed later to General Security in Hasbaya, south Lebanon, the NNA said.

 

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