April 23, 2014

Hezbollah's Unsuccessful Revenge

Ronen Bergman, Ynet News

The Associated Press

Most of Lebanese terror organization's attempts to avenge its commander's assassination have failed thanks to improvement in Israel's intelligence collection abilities.

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TAGGED: Israel, Hezbollah


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