In Lebanon, Syria's war creeps closer

Blanche, Ed
April 2013
Middle East;Apr2013, Issue 442, p20
The article focuses on the disputes between Sunni rebel forces of Syria and Shi'ites of Iran. It states that the Free Syrian Army (FSA) has once threatened the Shi'ites living in Lebanon because of which Iran stepped back for securing the Shi'ite villages and farms in Syrian territory. It further discusses devastation caused by the conflicts between these groups.


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