Four Syrians were indicted on Thursday with belonging to the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, reported the National News Agency.
It said that Military Examining Magistrate Judge Fadi Sawan charged the four detained Syrians for belonging to ISIL in order to carry out terrorist attacks.
They were also charged with booby-trapping vehicles, manufacturing explosives and rockets, and possessing weapons and explosives in the Bekaa.
Sawan issued an arrest warrant against each of them and referred the case to the permanent military court.
ISIL grew in prominence in light of the Syrian uprising that began in March 2011.
It has been linked to various rocket attacks against Hizbullah strongholds in the Bekaa, saying that they are retaliation to the party’s fighting in Syria alongside the country’s ruling regime.