BEIRUT - Security forces intensified their deployment in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh in Sidon on Friday, fearing a reaction to the arrest of Abdullah Azzam Brigades commander Naim Abbas.
Security forces will monitor car repair shops in the southern city, to track any change in the color or the identification number of recently stolen cars, a well-informed source told NOW.
They will also monitor financial institutions that process small money are transfers, and trace the source and target of transferred money.
According to the security plan, Syrian refugee compounds in Sidon will be under strict surveillance.
Charitable organizations will be also asked to provide the security forces with the names of all Syrian refugees.
The source said that security forces had also asked Islamic forces in the camp to hand over wanted men, particularly Tawfiq Taha.