Kuwaiti paper: Assad already passed weapons to Hezbollah

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January 31, 2013 10:25

 
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The Kuwait-based newspaper Al-Watan on Thursday reported that the Syrian regime has transferred non-conventional weapons to Hezbollah.

Al-Watan, quoting sources from the Syrian opposition, reported that Syrian President Bashar Assad has been transferring weapons to Hezbollah since the beginning of 2012, including two tons of mustard gas and long-range missiles capable of carrying chemical warheads and traveling 300 kilometers.

Unnamed sources of the Syrian opposition also claimed that the transfer to Hezbollah lasted 40 days, from mid-February to March 2012, the daily reported.

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