Walid Jumblatt: Hizbullah planning attack on Beirut airport

May 2, 2008 10:04


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Lebanese Druse leader Walid Jumblatt warned Friday that Hizbullah was planning to carry out a large scale attack in the Beirut international airport, Israel Radio reported. Jumblatt said that recently a container was found in the airport to which a surveillance camera was attached. He added the camera was used to collect information on the routine of arrivals and departures in the airport.

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