Lebanon foils Fatah al Islam plan to assassinate a judge


The Lebanese judicial authorities have reportedly  foiled  a plot by Fatah al-Islam to assassinate a Lebanese judge , who is in charge of  probing  into the Fatah al-Islam cells.

Fatah al-Islam attackers    reportedly planned to  embark on their mission from the Ain el-Helweh Palestinian  refugee camp near the southern port city of Sidon.

According to al-Mustaqbal newspaper  Lebanese authorities plan to enforce stricter measures around the camp in order to    monitor all suspected militant activities .

Fatah al-Islam , an offshoot of Fatah al Intifada  fought the Lebanese army for 106 days in 2007 at the Nahr al Bared camp in north Lebanon