103 Syrians Has Been Detained By Lebanese army For The Monday’s 9 Suicidal Series Attacks

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A shocking news has come from the Beirut AP. IT was confirmed from the police officials that Lebanese troops which was posted in the area has detained about 103 Syrians for illegal entry into the country.

On Tuesday, Military officials has confirmed that in securities sweep which was done, a day after series-wise attacks of deadly bombings struck a village near the border with Syria which shocks everyone and claims many lives and injured many. The Bizarre and eccentric attacks which was totaled to about nine explosions. Eight of which was suicidal bombings which got triggered by fear and panic among residents of Al-Qaa village and a increasing sense and connections of foreboding in Lebanon. It was grappled for over five years with frightening and dangerous and all of them was from neighboring Syria’s civil war.


Tuesday was declared as a national day for mourning for authorities which postponed the funerals for the five people which got killed in this recent bombing bombings. So many reasons was founded behind this including citing security reasons.

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A major religious event scheduled in the capital by the militant Hezbollah group was also postponed due to this incident and due to this citing security concerns have been raised, the ministry of culture said it will postpone the opening of Bacchus Temple, part of the famed ruins of Baalbek.

The army said it carried out security raids in six areas in the Baalbek region, which has many informal settlements of Syrian refugees. It said nine motorcycles and two vehicles were confiscated and two Lebanese were arrested with illegal weapons.

Monday’s explosions which blasted four in early morning and five at night time, killed as many as five people and wounded nearly 30 in the mainly Christian village. Later in the day, two bombers blew themselves outside the village church as people gathered for funerals of those killed earlier.

An army statement which came after the incident says that one of the suicide bombers blew himself as he was chased by troops, while the other-one blew himself near a military post when guards fired at him. No one was claimed but this leads to injure more than 13 people.

Qaa and the nearby Ras Baalbek are the only two villages with a Christian majority in the predominantly Shiite Hermel region, where many of the Shiite Hezbollah group has taken down. The group has sent thousands of its fighters to Syria to bolster President Bashar Assad’s forces.

Until now no group has claimed the responsibility for the bombings. Sunni extremists have carried out so many several attacks in the border area since Syria’s conflict first began in March 2011 which leads the Christians of this region to set up self-defense units for their own village.