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Lebanon Arrests Palestinian Arabs for Rocket Fire

Two Palestinian Authority unity government Arabs were arrested this week for transporting missiles across Lebanon to be used in attacks against Israel.

The two were arrested by members of the Lebanese Army and charged with transporting the rockets to the outskirts of Tyre.

Several rocket attacks have been launched at Israel from southern Lebanon recently. Although the two terrorists were identified as Palestinian Arabs, their terrorist group affiliation was not identified in the report.

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21 Responses to “Lebanon Arrests Palestinian Arabs for Rocket Fire”

  1. Yep. …just saw that article at daily star ib

  2. Frank Sucias says:

    nice move lebanon

  3. This is a significant development!

  4. You can’t handle the truth-typical Muslim!

  5. Support for Israel from Lebanon! Unexpected!

  6. wow…surprise, surprise…. a sign of hope…

  7. Jim Thompson says:

    I only hope that all of you ….and I mean all of you who supported Obama will send him messages to get off his ass and support Israel NOW… and then I ask you to think about your support of candidates in the future….

  8. Excellent job Lebanon

  9. Uzi Kattan says:

    The other Arabs fear the Phallustinian savages. They know what they are.

  10. Not surprised though

  11. Wow! Impressive and surprising.

  12. Good for Lebanon, you don’t want that on your doorstep

  13. THank you, Lebanon.

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