Israel: Iran and Syria continuing to send weapons to Hizbullah

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 16, 2009 13:04

 
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Israel accused Iran and Syria Thursday with continuing to send weapons to Hizbullah in violation of UN resolutions after one of the group's weapons warehouses blew up in south Lebanon. Government spokesman Mark Regev said the incident was evidence of "Iranian and Syrian efforts to continue to transfer weapons to Hizbullah in direct and flagrant violation" of the UN cease-fire that ended the Second Lebanon War.

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