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2 Hezbollah Terrorists Killed in Lebanon Clash

Two militants of the powerful Shiite Hezbollah movement were killed on Saturday in a firefight with members of a Sunni clan in eastern Lebanon, a security official told Gulf News.

“Members of the Shiite (Sunni) family opened fire at a Hezbollah checkpoint in the center of Baalbek, provoking militants to return fire,” the official said.

“The incident let to clashes that killed two Hezbollah members and wounded five people,” the official added.

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11 Responses to “2 Hezbollah Terrorists Killed in Lebanon Clash”

  1. Lucelly Arroyave says:

    good news, 2 terrorist out!!!!!!!!!!.

  2. good news, 2 terrorist out!!!!!!!!!!.

  3. Randy Dial says:

    The rest of the world gets trapped in between of their cross hairs. Are they working together in tandem on this?

  4. Randy Dial says:

    The rest of the world gets trapped in between of their cross hairs. Are they working together in tandem on this?

  5. Shirley Gruenhut says:

    Tant pis – only 2 killed – oh well, there’s always more where that came from.

  6. Tant pis – only 2 killed – oh well, there’s always more where that came from.

  7. Shirley Gruenhut says:

    I’d like to hear numbers approximating the “nth” degree – making glass smithereens out of those maggot murderers.

  8. I’d like to hear numbers approximating the “nth” degree – making glass smithereens out of those maggot murderers.

  9. I’d like to hear numbers approximating the “nth” degree – making glass smithereens out of those maggot murderers.

  10. David Neubart says:

    Well, on the downside, only two were killed. Twenty would have really been nice.

  11. Well, on the downside, only two were killed. Twenty would have really been nice.

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