Lebanon Arrests Saudi Ringleader behind Iranian Embassy Blast

January 1, 2014 10:39


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Lebanon has arrested Majed al-Majed, a leader of the terrorist organization Abudullah Izza Brigade, in suspected involvment in the bombing of the Iranian embassy in Beirut in mid November, semi-official Iranian news agency Fars reported on Wednesday.

The Abudullah Brigade claimed responsibility for the two suicide bombings at the Iranian embassy which killed 23 people.

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