'Hizbullah and Syrian army to join forces against Israel'

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August 30, 2010 13:27

 
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Lebanese guerilla group Hizbullah and the Syrian military have reportedly agreed to cooperate on any future conflicts with Israel, according to Kuwaiti newspaper a-Rai.

Sources told the newspaper that Hizbullah and Syria now have joint headquarters from which they can coordinate any joint operations, to be jointly commanded by officers from the two groups.

The operations would include air, land and sea and plans reportedly include strategies for attacks on Israel as well as defense in the event of an Israeli attack.


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