Hezbollah claims to have killed 46 Sunni militants near Lebanon-Syria border
Lebanon's Shia Islamist movement Hezbollah claimed it had killed 46 Sunni radicals during its offensive to liberate the northeastern region of Arsal, next to the Syrian border.
Beirut: Lebanon's Shia Islamist movement Hezbollah on Sunday claimed it had killed 46 Sunni radicals during its offensive to liberate the northeastern region of Arsal, next to the Syrian border.
Hezbollah launched an offensive on Friday in Arsal — a region located 120 kilometres to the northeast of Beirut — with the support of forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, Efe news agency reported.
The Shia group has captured Wadi Uwaini, which was a key bastion of Al Qaeda's former affiliate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham ("Front for the Conquest of the Levant"), and the top of Jabal Shaabat al-Qalaa mountain, in eastern Arsal.
On the other hand, Hezbollah said pro-Syrian government forces killed 23 extremists in the Qalamoun Mountains, on the Syrian side of the border.
Students can view the results using their registration number
Rabih Sweidan, the film's Lebanese creator, says Alephia 2053, with its uncannily familiar-looking dictator figure, is "a fictional movie but it is based on reality. It is a description of social reality".
Iran's supreme leader Khamenei made the remarks during a speech on Al-Quds Day, an annual show of solidarity with the Palestinians, which is seen in Israel as an expression of hatred and anti-Semitism