Monday, February 18, 2013

FSA Fight with Hezbollah

 Hezbollah Lebanese  helping criminal Assad  this conflict is terribly tangled


The chief of staff of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) has threatened "retribution" against the Lebanese Hezbollah party, whom he accused of supporting President Bashar al-Assad's regime. 
In an interview with Al Jazeera Arabic, Salim Idris claimed that elements of Hezbollah are fighting in Homs alongside Syrian troops.
He said adding that the FSA would deal with them as "mercenaries, not as prisoners of war”.
A spokesman for the Syrian Revolution General Commission, Hadi al-Abdullah has also accused Hezbollah of occupying eight villages in Homs, while continuing to attack three more villages in the same district.