The man responsible for beheading the captured Lebanese soldier, Mohammad Haniyah, in the ‘Arsal District of the Beqa’a Governorate has been arrested after evading Lebanese intelligence officers for over a year.

The culprit was trying to leave Lebanon with a fake passport; this suspicious activity led the Lebanese Army intelligence to arrest the Syrian terrorist – Ali Ahmad Lakkis (aka “Abu Aisha”) on Friday morning.

According to a Lebanese security official, the aforementioned terrorist was a notorious member of the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra” – he participated in the battle for the Qalamoun Mountains in late 2013 and the battle for ‘Arsal in the summer of 2014 against the Lebanese Army.

 

 

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James Padgett
James Padgett
2015-11-28 17:25

A fitting punishment for him is to bury him up to his head in a mound of vicious ants – cover him with some honey and let them consume him.