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Lebanese Reactions to Rocket Fire on Israel Show Support for Hezbollah Is Waning

The big news over the weekend wasn’t cross-border fire, but Lebanese Druze who attacked the Hezbollah fighters who shot rockets at Israel. As Lebanon faces a dire crisis, many have had enough

Jack Khoury
Jack Khoury
Jack Khoury
Jack Khoury

The origin of the rocket fire Friday at northern Israel’s Har Dov area, also known as Sheba Farms, wasn’t immediately clear. The finger was pointed at Palestinian or rebel groups seeking to challenge Hezbollah during the deepening crisis in Lebanon.

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