Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said Nada Homsi was arrested on Nov. 16 by members of Lebanon’s General Security Directorate without a judicial order. Homsi’s lawyer, Diala Chehade, said that the security force that raided Homsi's apartment found a small amount of cannabis. Chehade said the officers then called the public prosecutor, who issued an arrest warrant for Homsi and her partner, a Palestinian national.
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