Suspected 'Hezbollah' to be sent back to Lebanon : Chalerm
April 18, 2014 00:00 By The Nation
The three suspected foreign terrorists held for questioning regarding their possible involvement with the Islamist Hezbollah militant group will be deported back to Lebanon.
The three suspects – identified as Daud Farhat, Yousef Ayyad and Bailal Bahsoun – were held after their plane landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order director Chalerm Yoobamrung said the men had come to Thailand to spy on Israelis. Deputy National Police chief General Worapong Chewprecha said police had interrogated the men to find out how many people were taking part in the operation and who else was involved.