Who is the former deputy whose house the army raided and confiscated weapons and arrested his two brothers and nephew?

Who is the former deputy whose house the army raided and confiscated weapons and arrested his two brothers and nephew?
Who is the former deputy whose house the army raided and confiscated weapons and arrested his two brothers and nephew?

It was reported that an audio recording was spread that was said to belong to former MP Khaled Al-Daher, and presents the latter’s comment on the recent raids carried out by Army Intelligence in a residential complex in the Benin area – Akkar, against the background of the Wadi Al-Jamous problem two days ago.
According to the audio recording, Al-Daher confirmed the information that the raids targeted his house and the house of his brothers in Benin, stressing at the same time that “the confiscated weapon is a licensed weapon,” saying: “They seized 20 M16 rifles, Kalashnikovs, RPGs and 12 in my house.” Another rifle plus some ammo.
He said: “I think that there is no politician or citizen in Lebanon who does not possess weapons in order to defend his home.”
Al-Daher explained that “a number of young men unrelated to weapons who were present in his house were arrested, as were his two brothers and nephew.”
Al-Daher considered that “the region survived an inevitable disaster and massacre,” noting that “there were attempts to divert attention from the dispute between Christians and Shiites that took place in Tayouneh and to provoke a battle in the Sunni square.”
He revealed: “Young men were arrested in my house from Beirut who had nothing to do with what was happening, in addition to my two brothers and my nephew.”

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