Kuwaiti paper quotes Hizbullah officials: Syria has betrayed us

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March 8, 2009 10:16

 
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Hizbullah fears that Syria will stop supporting the terror group in a bid to improve relations with Europe and the United States, a report penned by Hizbullah officials and reproduced by Kuwaiti paper A Siyassa says. The authors said that discussions Syria recently held with players in the Western and Arab worlds might hurt the organization and hinder continuing its operations in Syria on both the military and political levels. They mentioned reports citing the involvement of a Syrian official in the assassination of Hizbullah mastermind Imad Mughniyeh last year. They also said Syria did not consult Hizbullah regarding the elections in Lebanon. Syria, the report's authors stated, has betrayed Hizbullah.

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