Syrian opposition slams Hezbollah for role in conflict

The Syrian opposition accused Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah on Sunday of "military intervention" in Syria, AFP reported.
The Syrian National Council said Hezbollah fighters attacked three Syrian villages in the Qusayr region near the Lebanese border.
The opposition said that Hezbollah operating "under the auspices of the Syrian regime army" poses a "serious threat to the Syrian-Lebanese relations and regional peace and security," and added that it holds the Beirut government as responsible to end the "aggression."
On Saturday, the Local Coordination Committees reported that Hezbollah fighters were trying to break into the rebel-held city Qusayr.
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