Assad fights on thanks to Russia, Iran and Hezbollah
Israel, which a week ago justly accused Iran of abetting Assad’s massacre of Sunni Muslims, is keeping silent about Russia’s involvement in Syria.
As President Bashar Assad’s forces have survived into the fourth year of Syria’s civil war, the world media is noting another accomplishment of a regime that Western intelligence agencies once said should be a thing of the past. In the town of Yabroud near Damascus and the Lebanese border, the Syrian army and Hezbollah are methodically making progress in the struggle against the rebels.
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