Over 350 ARRESTED In Raid On REFUGEE Camp- Here’s The Stunning Details

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LEBANON — Lebanese military forces have arrested some 350 people, including members of the ISIS Takfiri terrorist group, during raids on Syrian refugee camps in the northeastern border town of Arsal, security forces said.

Early on Friday, Lebanese troops raided two Syrian refugee camps in the area. During the operation, five terrorists blew themselves up and died while seven soldiers were wounded, the country’s army said in statement

Four of the suicide bombers struck in one camp near the border town of Arsal, wounding three soldiers. Troops recovered four explosive devices during the raid on the Al-Nour camp, Alwaght News reports.

One militant blew himself up in a second camp near the town — Al-Qariya — while another militant threw a grenade at troops wounding four of them. The army command said the raids were aimed at arresting terrorists and seizing weapons.

The army conducted the operations after intelligence reports said that terrorists were preparing to carry out a series of attacks inside Lebanon.

The Hezbollah resistance movement hailed the Friday operation, adding that the raids complemented its own fighters’ campaign to ban the terrorists from entering Lebanon via Syria.

What is needed today is to unify efforts more and more to fill all the gaps that terrorists can infiltrate from to protect Lebanon and its people from the big dangers that target it,” the group said in a statement.

Lebanon is suffering from the spillover of Takfiri terrorism in neighboring Syria.

Over the past few years, Hezbollah fighters have been offering a helping hand to the Syrian army in its fight against terrorists.

This, my friends is exactly why we do anything and everything to prevent refugees from coming to America.

God Bless.

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