The Saudi regime troops stormed on Saturday the town of Awamiya, eastern country, killing four civilians, injuring 20 and detaining 4 others.
The photos of the martyrs were circulated via the social networks which also showed how the regime troops besieged the town in the early morning before they employed helicopters and armored vehicle to storm it.
Loud explosions were heard in the region as a result of the regime operation which lasted for 7 hours, according to media reports. Continue reading Saudi Regime Troops Assault Awamiya: Four Martyrs, Twenty Injured
A senior militant recently detained by the Lebanese army was involved in the assassination of Minister Mohammed Shatah, the transfer of suicide bombers who killed dozens of people, in addition to several other terror offenses, media reports said on Thursday.
“Mahmoud Ahmed Abu Abbas was arrested in (the Bekaa town of) Majdal Anjar before being immediately transferred to the defense ministry building,” al-Mayadeen television reported.
It said he was involved in the 2013 assassination of Minister Mohammed Shatah in a central Beirut car bombing.
Military sources informed on the investigations told al-Mayadeen that “the car used in Shatah’s assassination came from the Ain el-Hilweh camp,” noting that Abdullah Azzam Brigades leader “Majed al-Majed was arrested four days after the assassination.”
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