And that Hezbollah could be put in the predicament of fighting for the Syrian Regime on one hand and then being put to the test of being the boisterous "defenders" of Lebanon against outside aggression on the other and having to strike back at Assad's loyalists if their missiles rain down on areas of Lebanon hosting incoming jihadists? Will the non-Hezbollah members of the Lebanese government demand that Nasrallah pivot and point at least some of his 60,000 rockets towards Damascus?
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