Hizbullah men buried after Israel returns bodies

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 25, 2005 16:15
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The bodies of the three Hizbullah terrorists were buried in south Beirut on Friday afternoon after Israel returned them to Lebanon earlier in the day. The three were killed by an Israeli sniper on Monday while trying to invade Israel in an attempt to kidnap Israeli soldiers. During the ceremony, Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah stated that it was his organization's "moral duty to kidnap Israeli soldiers." He denied Israeli allegations that his organization is in trouble following withdrawal of Syrian troops out of Lebanon earlier this year.

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