FSA: Hizbullah Preparing to Send 5,000 Fighters to Homs

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The joint command of the rebel Free Syrian Army on Tuesday accused Hizbullah of “preparing to send between 4,000-5,000 fighters to Syria via Homs over the next few days.”

“On Sunday evening, Hizbullah trained its members in the Western Bekaa area near the Lebanese town of Mashghara, in preparation for sending a new batch of fighters to Syria,” the joint command said in a statement.

The FSA accused the Lebanese party of “setting up monitoring positions and deployment centers, some of them near the eight Syrian border towns occupied by the party, with the aim of providing protection and controlling the international highway connecting Damascus, Homs and the (Syrian) coast.”

The rebel group charged that “over the past three months, Hizbullah staged operations of sectarian cleansing in several border towns, especially Jousiyyeh, while dozens of houses were torched and thousands of residents were expelled.”

The joint command warned that “the future of the neighborly and brotherly relations with Lebanon is in danger and all options will be on the table if the blatant aggression against Syrian territory and citizens does not stop.”

The FSA stressed that “today, the problem is with the Lebanese state, not only with Hizbullah, and it has gone beyond that to become an Arab, regional and international issues.”

“We will deal with it within this framework,” the statement added.

The Syrian opposition has accused Hizbullah of intervening "militarily" on the side of the Syrian regime.

Hizbullah has systematically denied sending fighters into Syria, though its leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah acknowledged in October 2012 that party members had fought Syrian rebels but said they were acting as individuals and not under the group's direction.

Nasrallah clarified that Hizbullah fighters have been killed while defending Lebanese-inhabited border towns inside Syria. He explained that there are 23 Syrian border towns and 12 farms that are inhabited by Lebanese residents of various religious beliefs, adding that around 30,000 Lebanese residents live in these towns.

“The residents of these towns took the decision to stay and defend themselves against the armed groups and did not engage in the battle between the regime and the opposition,” Hizbullah's leader added.

Louay al-Meqdad, spokesman for the Supreme Council of the Free Syrian Army, has accused Hizbullah of shelling Syrian territory with artillery and rocket launchers from bases inside Lebanon.

FSA chief of staff General Selim Idriss has threatened to shell positions of Hizbullah in Lebanon.

"Hizbullah has been shelling into villages around Qusayr from Lebanese territory, and that we cannot accept," Idriss told Agence France Presse.

Comments 26
Missing peace 05 March 2013, 23:16

wouldn t be surprising....

Thumb bigsami 05 March 2013, 23:36

Ya mustool lilfaglee.....the more you post the more of a moron you come across.....then again those are the clear signs of fagblower FT aka King Farsi!

Thumb andre.jabbour 05 March 2013, 23:47

;)

Thumb bigsami 06 March 2013, 00:03

Yes sir....keep them there and use as fertilizer mixed with cow manure because we have enough of them in Lebanon that we will used in the same manner when the time comes!

Missing realist 06 March 2013, 01:20

You are right what goes around comes around, tell that to yourself, cause come next year we will have suni jihadis in bekaa, this is a war you can't win idiot. Sun is are way too many and in the greater picture of civil wars as borders are erased you can't take on millions of angry Syrians, they would return you to your proper size, of course after they destroy our country cause of fools like you.

Missing inyourface 06 March 2013, 07:21

Salafists do the walking, and FSA do the barking. Ironic

Thumb geha 06 March 2013, 08:34

may they never return

Missing samiam 06 March 2013, 09:44

maybe in caskets....

Missing gabby14 05 March 2013, 23:18

Send them back in boxes. This Hezz action will only mean trouble for Lebanon.....it also proves they are not a resistANCE, BUT AN INTERNATIONAL TERROR THUG ARMY.

Missing gabby14 05 March 2013, 23:20

"Hizbullah has systematically denied sending fighters into Syria, though its leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah acknowledged in October 2012 that party members had fought Syrian rebels but said they were acting as individuals and not under the group's direction."

Nobody believes the lies anymore.

Thumb bigsami 06 March 2013, 00:10

lilfaglee = Nabatieh’s village idiot!

Enough said!

Thumb andre.jabbour 05 March 2013, 23:48

War propaganda? Nobody knows!

Missing anonymetexasusa 05 March 2013, 23:51

4, 000 to 5, 000!???!!!
Come on guys, you shouldn't exagerate, makes your claim sound less credible.
All experts (Lebanese , US, Israelis, etc..) put the total number of fighters HA has between 4, 000 to 6, 000.
Had they said that HA is preparing to send in 400 to 500 fighters, that would have sounded more plausible.

Thumb primesuspect 06 March 2013, 02:20

you're under estimating Hizballa... according to he Fars News Agency, they have 65.OOO fighters

http://www.farsnews.com/newstext.php?nn=13911026001114

Missing anonymetexasusa 06 March 2013, 04:38

Primesuspect
I think people didn't get it that u were being sarcastic... next time you should add LMAO to make it more obvious. ..LOL

Thumb kanaandian 06 March 2013, 00:19

how would the Free Syrian Army know? Because Hezbollah makes their plans public, and Turkey has infiltrator fake Shiites who leak inside info to Saudi newspapers, right? anyways, the Free Syrian Army is bad news and if Hezbollah members are killed in Syria, they can only blame themselves for being idiots. Hopefully 5000 Lebanese Salafists go to Syria too, never to return.

Default-user-icon GOD! (Guest) 06 March 2013, 01:30

Jesus my only son you need to brush up on your carpentry skills and build us an extension for the Jihadist wing, a Shiite load of 'em a cummin'.

Missing bombtheproblem 06 March 2013, 01:37

Here's to the next batch of Hezbos that are going to die performing their "Jihadi Duties". We salute you!

Default-user-icon Eli (Guest) 06 March 2013, 02:19

It wont be funny when these suicide bombing knife throat cutting terrorist come to lebanon or might i say given the green light to start the attacks in lebnaan. Just waiting for the green light from saudia arabia god help lebanon the future looks bleak first iraq then now syria next lebanon. Im for peace is it just a coincidence that where there is war in this world there is Islam

Thumb shab 06 March 2013, 08:31

Filthy militia

Default-user-icon trueself (Guest) 06 March 2013, 09:54

Hizbullah and Bashar are two coins for one currency. One should help the other in order for both of them to survive. If one dies the other dies too. Hence, comes the full support of Huzbullah. After all, husbullah fighters are many in Lebanon and some need to go for Shahadah in Syria. Like this, their numbers will dwindle in Lebanon and become acceptable. I am for huzbullah fighting in Syria so that we in Lebanon could live in peace when they become extinct.

Missing hammouds 06 March 2013, 10:40

Eli. No it's not coincidence. Rather its intentional as seen by the wars waged on it by the west and Israel.

Thumb music66 06 March 2013, 12:34

Hammouds your statement could be on the money, Israel is watching and monitoring no doubt what is happening in the middle east and is laughing at us who are of Arab decent.

Missing whyaskwhy 06 March 2013, 13:38

5,000 more pilgrims who will undoubtedly resolve the whole issue.....

Missing allouchi 06 March 2013, 15:38

hizbala sends mostly his poorly trained fanatics to Syria but keeps the better trained idiots in Lebanon to fulfill the Farsi mullah's wishes...hizb is putting the Lebanese Shia and their idiot Aounist Christians at risk of reprisals and terror...

Thumb beiruti 06 March 2013, 15:40

5000 fighters is not enough, Hezbollah should send 10,000 fighters to the Syrian meatgrinder, at least we will be rid of them in Lebanon.