December 19, 2013

Hezbollah Is Caught in an al-Qaeda Vise

Michael Young, The Daily Star

The Associated Press

Lebanon has entered a new phase of instability as attacks against Hezbollah and the Lebanese Army have occurred in rapid succession in recent days. Understanding what is happening may help us better predict what to expect in the future.

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TAGGED: Al-Qaeda, Syria, Middle East, Lebanon, Hezbollah

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