Accused of “photographing military posts” | Lebanese Hezbollah arrests four National Defence members in western Al-Qalamoun countryside
Yesterday, two military vehicles of the Lebanese Hezbollah militia raided a house, where members of the National Defence, in Talfa town in the western countryside of Al-Qalamoun, lived.
During the raid campaign, Four members of the National Defence were arrested and the weapons in their possession were confiscated on charges of “photographing military sites while they were touring the town.”
The arrested members were taken to the prison of Lebanese Hezbollah.
According to Syrian Observatory sources, leaders of National Defence demanded that Lebanese Hezbollah leaders release the arrestees, but the Lebanese Hezbollah leaders rejected, amid attempts by regime officers to intervene and solve the solution.
It is worth noting that tensions prevail in the area amid security alerts and conducting patrols in the area.
This morning, SOHR activists reported that five members of the Iraqi Hezbollah militia sustained injuries as unidentified gunmen, believed to be ISIS members, on motocycle attacked them while they were on their way to Al-Qaryatayn city in the south-eastern countryside of Homs.
The injured militiamen were treated at Homs Military Hospital, while the gunmen fled to an unknown destination.
Following the attack, patrols of the Military Intelligence Branch in Al-Qaryatayn combed the site in search of the perpetrators of the attack.