17 Lebanese Sunni fighters killed in Syria

17 Lebanese Sunni fighters killed in Syria

Damascus : Syria | Nov 30, 2012 at 3:48 PM PST
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Syria rounded up hundreds of Lebanese during its domination of Lebanon

The killing of Lebanese in Syria is a new phenomenon that could lead to more hostility between the two countries Syria and Lebanon

I have killed 17 Lebanese city of Tripoli in northern Lebanon Friday in an ambush by Syrian them regular troops in the area Talkalakh in central Syria, according to a security source said a local Muslim leader and Agence France-Presse.
It seems that the dead belonged to the Islamic movement have left Tripoli this morning to Syria, and were killed in an ambush for the regime's forces in the Syrian city of Talkalakh "near the border with Lebanon.

There are other sources confirmed this news
Where security source confirmed the receipt of information from Syria for the killing of 17 young people from Tripoli in an ambush of the regular troops in the province of Homs, noting that they "fighters along the Syrian opposition"

The Associated Press quoted French source in Tripoli as saying that "the dead included two brothers son in front of a mosque in the area of ​​Bab al-Tabbaneh in Tripoli," adding that "some shops closed for fear of the repercussions of security on the ground in the city."

Sources for the "new" bodies on their way to the Islamic Hospital, noting that "Tomorrow may be the day of the funeral in Tripoli."

Meanwhile, clashes continued around Damascus airport between regular army troops and opposition forces Friday,
According to the Local Coordination Committees, noting that the opposition forces bombed a military barracks regime forces charged with protecting the airport.

The Syrian authorities have suspended flights to and from the airport Thursday due to fighting between opposition forces and regular troops on the road leading to it,
But they reopened the airport Friday, according to the director of Syrian Arab Airlines Ghaida Abdul Latif.

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17 Lebanese Sunni fighters killed in Syria
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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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