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Syria is recieving Aid...from all the wrong people

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Submitted by Jerusalem Center (Israel), May 19, 2013 at 04:12

The influence of Iran in Syria grows every day, and it is their contributions to the Hizbollah fighters that are of most concern. Removing Iran's control from Syria at this point will be close to impossible, and their involvement as a government with a terrorist organization is no small matter either.

Former Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Dore Gold, writes more about it here: http://jcpa.org/irans-arms-supply-to-hizbullah-international-dimensions/

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