LBCI continues on its journey in search
of the 11 Lebanese abductees in Syria, by taking 2 of their family members
to the Syrian-Turkish border.
A delegation from LBCI took off at 3:30
pm on Tuesday heading to Aazaz in Aleppo and accompanied by Hussain
Ibrahim , the brother of abductee Awad Ibrahim and Adham Zughaib, the son of
abductee Ali Zughaib.
Earlier at Rafik Hariri International Airport, Zoughaib thanked LBCI
for taking them to the Syrian-Turkish border, and said he was ready to go anywhere.
In turn, Ibrahim called on Abu Ibrahim
to release the hostages
immediately, thanking LBCI again for this initiative.
eleven Lebanese pilgrims were kidnapped on their way back from Iran by
insurgents hoping to use them for a prisoner swap on the 20th of May.
LBCI was successful in establishing live phone contact with the 11 detainees and one of the kidnappers
known as "Abu Ibrahim" on Sunday 29th of July, whereby they confirmed
that they were in good health and that they were located in the town of
Aazaz, rural Aleppo.
For the full LBCI report, watch the video above.