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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Hezbullah fighting for Assad

The Free Syrian Army reports that some 200 Hezbullah terrorists are fighting on the side of Bashar al-Assad.
FSA commander of Homs, Colonel Qasim Saad al-Din, revealed that Hezbollah forces raided several villages in Al-Qasir, including Al-Safsafah, Al-Masriyah, Al-Sawadiyah, Mutribah, and Zaytah. He stressed “these forces arrested 37 Syrians, including women, and also erected roadblocks at the entry point of each of these villages.”

The FSA commander asserted that the Hezbollah fighters entered these areas accompanied by Syrian security forces, adding that there were a total of around 200 Hezbollah fighters, divided into 20 separate groups, in the al-Qasir region yesterday. He also claimed that the Hezbollah fighters had illegally entered Syria via Shiite border villages known to be loyal to the Lebanese organization.

Colonel Saad-al-Din asserted that “we have received information from the villages and from the FSA confirming that they identified them [the Hezbollah fighters] from their accents and clothes, whilst they were also accompanied by elements speaking Farsi.”

He added “so far, they have carried out arrests and raided houses…injuring several people.” He also claimed that Hezbollah forces had previously aided and supported al-Assad regime forces in Syria, saying “they were present in more than one area in the Rif Dimashq governorate, as well as the western and southern Homs governorate. They were also present in large numbers in Al-Zabadani."
In the Middle East, my enemy's enemy is my friend. Hmmm.

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At 7:14 AM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

Well if they are it certainly gives lie to the belief that Hezbollah is the most capable military force in the region apart from Israel. If Hezbollah can't swat down a few barely armed disorganized civilians then the IDF should smash them like the hammer of god right now.


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