Latest News Syria: US backed terrorists threaten Hezbollah


Feb 21, 2013

The foreign-backed terrorist groups in Syria have threatened to attack the positions of Hezbollah resistance movement in neighboring Lebanon...

On Wednesday, the so called Free Syrian Army claimed that the Lebanese resistance movement had shelled militant strongholds near the city of Qusayr in Syria’s Homs province.

The militants say they have given Hezbollah 48 hours to halt the alleged shelling, threatening to attack after two days.

Reports say Hezbollah has rejected the allegations.

The turmoil in Syria began nearly two years ago.

On February 18, Syrian soldiers killed dozens of terrorists during mop-up operations on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus.

Syria’s Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul Karim Ali said on the same day that Hezbollah was not assisting the Syrian army in the fight against the US-backed terrorists.

Meanwhile, the al-Nusra group, which is fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, is said to have been smuggling weapons into Syria from Lebanon. The group is also said to have been involved in many atrocities committed in Syria.

A recent UN report revealed that terrorists from nearly 30 countries have infiltrated into Syria to fight against the Syrian government.

Photo: A disciplined Hezbollah

17:53 Gepost door Jan Boeykens in Hezbollah, Israel, Syria, US-backed terrorists | Permalink | Commentaren (0) |  Facebook |

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