The Lebanese army seized a Sierra Leone-flagged ship stocked with weapons from Libya that were apparently bound for the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli.
Tripoli (not to be mistaken for Libya’s capital) is a mostly Sunni city between Beirut and Syria’s Mediterranean border with Lebanon. Some Sunni residents have been engaging in on-again off-again warfare with the small Alawite minority that lives there. Those Libyan guns were almost certainly intended to be used by Tripoli's Sunnis, shipped over the border to Syria, or possibly both.
But now that the Lebanese army has gotten a hold of them, who knows where they’ll end up?