Hezbollah Chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Thursday that his Lebanese militant group is ready to receive “game-changing weapons” from Syria.
The Head of Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has declared that Syria has real friends who will not let it fall to the US, Israel or Islamic radicals.
Lebanon's Army Commander Jean Kahwaji warned that sectarian tensions after attacks against several Sunni clerics in Beirut posed “the most dangerous security challenge” to the country for years.
Israeli fighter jets have struck a convoy on the Syria-Lebanon border suspected of carrying sophisticated Russian-made surface-to-air missiles on Wednesday.
The United States has given 200 armored vehicles to Lebanon, the Lebanese Army said on Monday, bolstering forces that have been struggling to deal with sectarian violence inflamed by the war across the border in Syria.
Aug - Sept 2012