Hezbollah supporters listen to the speech of Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah during a ceremony in Aita Shaab, Friday, Aug. 16, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Hezbollah won't assault Syrian refugees, an official assured Sunday, after the Nusra Front and ISIS warned that any attempts to target Syrians in the country would result in the deaths of more captives."We will not assault any Syrian refugees," said the head of Hezbollah's religious committee, Sheikh Mohammed Yazbek, arguing that such a move would only serve to spark sectarian and civil strife.In the Bekaa Valley, Syrian refugees residing in a camp near the Riyaq Baalbek -- Hawsh al-Ghanam highway near Baalbek, packed their belongings and left towards the western Bekaa.
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