Hizb’Allah and Muslim Brotherhood FSA clash on Lebanese border; Update Kosovo Albanian Muslims training Syrian Jihadists
by Phantom Ace Comments Off on Hizb’Allah and Muslim Brotherhood FSA clash on Lebanese border; Update Kosovo Albanian Muslims training Syrian Jihadists
Filed under Al Qaeda, Headlines, Hezballah, Muslim Brotherhood, Syria at February 17th, 2013 - 10:30 pm
Al-Qaeda’s allied Muslim Brotherhood led Free Syrian Army clashed with Hizb’Allah on the Lebanese border. The Shia group attempted to seize the 3 Sunni towns, before they were repulsed.
Hadi al-Abdallah of the Syrian Revolution General Commission said fighting broke out on Saturday after Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, who are in control of eight Syrian border villages, tried to expand their sphere by moving into three adjacent Sunni villages that were in the hands of the rebel Syrian Free Army.
“The Hezbollah force moved on foot and was supported by multiple rocket launchers. The Free Syrian Army had to call in two tanks that had been captured from the Assad army to repel the attack,” Abdallah told Reuters.
If fighting in this area continues, Al-Qaeda will probably send their troops directly to take on Hizb’ALlah and help their Muslim Brotherhood allies.
Update: The Narco-Islamists of Kosovo are training Syrian Jihadists.
Those “different” European Muslims show their Jihadi colors again.
Tags: Arab Spring, Popular Uprising, Syrian War
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