BEIRUT, Lebanon, Aug. 14 (UPI) — A Lebanese opposition Parliament member warned Sunday that four more leaders, including himself, will face assassination attempts  The Lebanese al-Balad daily quoted former exiled Gen. Michel Aoun, head of the Free Patriotic Movement, as saying the “assassination of these figures will create a security problem and internal sedition in the country.” The leader did not reveal who the other three allegedly targeted figures were, but told the paper he planned on increasing his own personal security.Since the February assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in a massive explosion, two other political leaders have been killed in car bombs.Aoun, who returned from a 15-year-exile in France after the Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon in late April, also criticized the Shiite Hezbollah group as having “established a state within a state” in the country.