BEIRUT: In a defiant response to the ISIS execution of two Lebanese soldiers, Prime Minister Tammam Salam said Sunday Lebanon was not in a weak position and has “several options” to secure the release of its troops and policemen held hostage by ISIS and Nusra Front militants.
Speaking in a televised speech to the Lebanese Sunday night, Salam stressed that national unity was crucial to defeat terrorist groups threatening the country’s security and stability and prevent sectarian strife for which the “criminal killers” are working.
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