January 17, 2014

Hezbollah Digs in for More Conflict

Avi Issacharoff, Times of Israel

The Associated Press

Though stretched by its war alongside Assad, targeted by extremist Sunnis, and losing popularity, Nasrallah’s group deepens its hold near the Israeli border.

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TAGGED: Hassan Nasrallah, Middle East, Israel, Hezbollah

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