Mohamad (Mark) Issa
Mohamad Jamil Jaafel (Lawyer), Michel Falleh (Lawyer), Walid Hodrj (Lawyer), (Dar Al Fatwa)
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Mark's tweets were considered offensive to Islam. His father and brother, Mark resides outside Lebanon, were told to attend the cybercrime bureau to hear them as witnesses. The Public Prosecutor's Office referred the case to the first investigating judge in Beirut, Ghassan Oweidat, for taking the decision. The first investigating judge in Beirut issued a thought decision and referred Iss to the trial before the single criminal judge.
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