Nasrallah: Assad regime secure, Israel concerned

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April 7, 2014 01:24

 
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Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said that Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime is no longer in danger of being toppled, and that Israel is concerned by developments on the ground, Lebanese media reported Sunday.

Citing comments made in an interview to Lebanese daily As-Safir, set to be published Monday, Lebanese newspaper The Daily Star quoted Nasrallah as saying that while Israel has previously benefited from events in Syria, it was now becoming increasingly concerned by the changing situation. He added that Israel's fear of the Iranian nuclear threat was also growing daily. 


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