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The Lebanese Army captured Palestinian Imad Yassin Thursday, a suspected local Daesh (ISIS) emir and one of the most wanted terrorists in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh, and in the process thwarted a wave of imminent attacks. Yassin, who is believed to be Daesh's emir in the camp, was caught in an operation led by Special Forces. The neighborhood encompasses parts of both Taamir and the camp itself.The Army was able to push 20 meters into Tawari, pulling Yassin from the camp in less than eight minutes.Starting off with Fatah Movement, he then moved to Osbat al-Ansar, Jund al-Sham and finally Daesh.Before, during and after the operation, residents of Taamir were able to sense that something was happening.They said that Army soldiers deployed in the area and asked residents not to move for a period of time. It has been reported that the Army has issued warnings to all secular and Islamic Palestinian factions, stating that it will not tolerate any attacks against its checkpoints or soldiers stationed at the camp's entrances.
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