BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:20 P.M.) – The Lebanese Army arrested on Thursday the primary suspect behind the two day long clashes inside the Shatila Refugee Camp.

According to a Lebanese Army communique, their forces arrested the Palestinian national, Mohammad Abu Zahra (AKA “Abu Iyad Zahra”), after they learned of his whereabouts on Thursday.

“The detainee was referred to the relevant judicial authorities and a probe got underway amid efforts to arrest the rest of the culprits,” the communique added, as quoted by Naharnet.

The Shatila Camp clashes took place between the Fatah Intifada and Al-Saeqa factions; these clashes resulted in the death of one person.

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2018-03-09 20:53

Fuckin’ Fakestinians again!
Just give’em the Falkland islands (they’re slightly bigger than Lebanon) and let them do what they want here, just put CCTV everywhere and sell pay per view,
it’ll found the ammos so we’ll have “Battle Royal” live as a good example what not to do for the world!