Lebanon Arrests Muslim cleric Omar Bakri Muhammad
Police in Lebanon have arrested the radical Muslim cleric, Omar Bakri Muhammad, several days after a military court sentenced him to life in prison.
He was tried in his absence, accused of forming a militant group to weaken Lebanon's government.
Omar Bakri Muhammad was born in Syria and also holds Lebanese nationality.
He lived in the UK for 20 years then travelled to Lebanon in 2005 amid a media storm over the London bombings. The UK excluded him from returning.
Lebanese security officials said Bakri Muhammad had been arrested at his home in the northern city of Tripoli.