A Lebanese security official said authorities are taking strict security measures to prevent any attack deep inside Lebanon by sleeper cells. Last week, Hariri told reporters that Lebanese authorities are ready to negotiate to discover the fate of nine Lebanese soldiers who were captured during the raid on Arsal by IS and al-Qaeda fighters in August In a clear distribution of roles, the army is now expected to launch the attack on IS. In a televised speech last Friday, Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said that once the Lebanese army launches its offensive from the Lebanese side, Hezbollah and the Syrian army will begin their attack from the Syrian side. Keen to support the army rather than the better equipped Iranian-backed Hezbollah, the US and Britain have supplied the military with helicopters, anti-tank missiles, artillery and radars, as well as training. But the assault could prove costly for the under-equipped military and risk activating IS sleeper cells in the country. He added that there has to be coordination between the Syrian and Lebanese armies in the battle. A Lebanese army soldier takes up a position overlooking an area controlled by the Islamic State group at the edge of the town of Arsal, in northeast Lebanon, June 19,
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